Tuesday, November 29, 2022

UDZ

"Ukraine Russia War Status update - Col Doug Macgregor" (Napolitano). 

"Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 279".

"In America, You Can Have Impeccable Academic Credentials and Still Be a Dummy" (Johnson).  It gives these guys too much credit to describe them as 'stupid'.  They are corruptly trading on their credentials to talk up war, which is what (((pays))) in Washington.

"Vladimir Putin’s Vision of a Multipolar World" (Giraldi).

"Ukraine Armistice - How the UDZ of 2023 Will Separate the Armies Like the Korean DMZ of 1953" (Helmer).  Note the last paragraph.

The rejection of Putin's extremely reasonable ask:  "To Make Sense of War" (Shamir).

"What to expect in Russia’s winter offensive in Ukraine" and "US-Turkiye brinkmanship won’t reach a point of no return" (Bhadrakumar).

"Turkey Takes Advantage of Its Privileged Position With Moscow, Washington and Tehran- At Syria’s Expense" (Magnier).

""There Is Growing Annoyance With The Polish Position": EU Fails To Agree On Russian Oil Price Cap As Full Ban Looms" (Durden).

"Reporter Who Offered Curious Details on Paul Pelosi Hammer Attack Not Seen on Air in Nearly a Month" (Tsukanov).

"Zhou Enlai’s Posthumous Triumph" (Lawrence):

"Readers of this column may recall the admiration I have severally expressed for Zhou’s Five Principles. All five had to do with how nations should conduct themselves in an emerging era of unprecedented multiplicity: They were mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, nonaggression, noninterference in the internal affairs of others, equality and mutual benefit in relations, and peaceful coexistence.

Zhou fashioned these principles as Beijing and New Delhi worked out the Sino–Indian Agreement of 1954. Then they assumed a life of their own. Nehru took to citing them. They were incorporated into the People’s Republic’s constitution. When Sukarno hosted the seminal meeting of the Non–Aligned Movement at Bandung in 1955, the NAM declared its Ten Principles, elaborations of Zhou’s Five.

I have always thought of Zhou’s principles as great ideals. I still consider them in this way. A scholar named Dawn Murphy compares them with the tenets of the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia, wherein the European powers settled on a code of conduct among themselves that amounted to an early formula for achieving peaceful coexistence and avoiding war."

"The Crux of the Putin-Xi Revolution for a New World Order – Arresting the Slide to Nihilism" (Crooke). 

"New York Times Decides Lockdowns are Actually Draconian and Economically Destructive when China Does Them" (eugyppius).  We should not forget that strict Chinese policies regarding COVID are based in its correct belief that it is under waves of American biological warfare attacks, using different variants to prolong the pandemic.

A thread:

Also, a thread

"Nikolai Mushegian - Mystery Death of Crypto King" (Aangirfan).  "Young Crypto Founder Shocks Industry With Sudden Death at 30 in His Sleep" (Houghtaling).

"60-80% of Twitter accounts posting on Russia-Ukraine war are bots, 90% pro-Ukraine" (Mihindukulasuriya).

Prelon Twitter was absolutely corrupted as part of its gaslighting purpose:
blog comments powered by Disqus