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Russian blitz on Ukraine | Crimea bridge explosion | Latest on the conflict | Scott Ritter Show





On episode 8 of the show we are joined by Dmitry Kulikov, a Russian political scientist, publicist and political consultant. Expert of the State Duma Committee of the Russian Federation on CIS Affairs and Relations with Compatriots. Film producer, TV and radio presenter.

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14 hours ago, Macnamara said:

Zelensky and NATO plan to transform post-war Ukraine into ‘a big Israel’

Alex-Rubinstein.jpegAlexander Rubinstein·September 17, 2022


for reference, let me ad, that from the islamic perspective,

it was said by the prophet muhammad pbuh,

that the false messiah - antichrist - dajjal  will be blind in one eye.
Furthermore stated that it will be like floating (Shaking), but not staying at one place. 
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said that the skin color of Dajjal will be Reddy White (Like English and Irish people).

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said that Dajjal would have a prominent forehead and an abnormally wide neck.
His height will be shorter! He would have a hunch in his back but still,
he would be very powerful. He would be able to walk, but not like a normal person.

He will be having curly long hair, and they will look like snakes handing from his head.
Dajjal will never have the ability to make children, he will be sterile. Dajjal, will be a man, not a woman.

Lastly, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stated, that he will have the word “KAAFIR” between his eyebrows and forehead.
The people of Allah, people who are following Islam will be able to see it clearly while others won’t be able to see it.

Now, when we look at israel, there is the "kfr" brigades.
and when we look further, nato has a "kfor" battalion.

I assume that it will be connected to one or both of these
military divisions












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Wars are unimaginably expensive. In the past entire countries have gone broke, Kings reduced to puppets and nations left in a centuries debt (Versailles Treaty), all because of the cost of war.


The Iraq and Afgan war cost the U.S two point four trillion dollars. $2,400,000,000,000, that's two point four million million.


Take a one metre wooden pallet, fill it with $100 dollar bills until its dimensions are one metre cubed and then fill an entire football field with those pallets. That's around two trillion dollars.


So they devised a way to pay for their wars.


Now, the very same people that own the military industrial complex also own and sell the oil. So its no wonder that whenever a war brakes out, fuel prices get hiked.


They sell the fuel and they fund the war, so now the cost of war is extorted directly from the people.


Render unto Caesar...

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Something has spooked Beijing to immediately evacuate hundreds of Chinese citizens living in Ukraine. In a notice published on Saturday, the Chinese foreign ministry strongly urged its citizens to leave Ukraine immediately. The Chinese embassy promised to vigorously aid Chinese nationals who wished to be evacuated.


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HUGE! Russian Forces Intercept Tac Nuke from the West! Russel Bentley Explains, hear it here FIRST!


Streamed live on Oct 15, 2022 Russian forces intercepted a Western Tactical nuke in Ukrainian Military Control! This is a changing point, and incredibly dangerous. Tune in!


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There's No Chance of Negotiating an End to The Ukraine War


Oct 14, 2022
United States and worldwide Geopolitics analysis. Russia Ukraine conflict latest news update with Colonel Douglas Macgregor.
Interview with Clayton Morris, Redacted.



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Russian general in charge of Ukraine operation speaks out

18 Oct, 2022
Sergey Surovikin described the situation as “tense” and has not ruled out that he might have to make difficult decisions

Army General Sergey Surovikin on Tuesday spoke to the media for the first time since assuming overall command of the ongoing Russian military operation in Ukraine. 


Describing the situation as particularly “tense” around the city of Kherson in his statement to the broadcaster Rossiya-24, he added that the military may be forced to make “difficult decisions.”


“The NATO command of the armed forces of Ukraine has long been demanding offensive operations in the Kherson direction from the Kiev regime, regardless of any casualties – both in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and among the civilian population,” Surovikin stated.


The Russian military is aware of Kiev’s plans to use “prohibited” means of waging war in the Kherson area, Surovikin added. Namely, Ukraine is preparing a massive strike on the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant, located on the Dnieper River, as well as launching massive rocket and artillery attacks on Kherson itself.


“These actions can lead to the destruction of the infrastructure of this large industrial center and massive casualties among the civilian population,” Surovikin said.


In the ongoing effort to dislodge the Russian military from its positions, Kiev is pouring its reserves en masse into the frontline, the general said. The vast majority of those reserves are “territorial defense units, who have not been properly trained,” Surovikin added. Such troops have low morale, thus they are propped up by “barrier squads” composed of hardline nationalists “who shoot anyone trying to leave the battlefield,” he claimed.

The enemy’s daily losses amount to hundreds of casualties. We have a different strategy. <...> We are not aiming at fast-paced offensives, we spare every soldier and methodically grind the enemy’s attacking forces. This not only minimizes our own losses, but also significantly reduces the amount of victims among the civilian population. 

“The enemy is the criminal regime that pushes Ukrainian citizens towards death. We are one people with Ukrainians and only wish for Ukraine to be a state independent from the West and NATO and friendly towards Russia,” Surovikin said. 


Surovikin assumed overall command of Russian troops participating in the military operation earlier in October. The general has significant combat experience, ranging from hostilities in Chechnya to the operation in Syria, for which he was awarded the title of Hero of Russia back in 2017.



According to media reports, Surovikin was given the nickname ‘General Armageddon’ by his colleagues over his hardline and unorthodox approach to warfare. His elevation into the new role has coincided with Russia ramping-up aerial bombings across Ukraine, with cruise missiles and suicide drones attacking crucial infrastructure sites in the country.




Civilians to be relocated from Kherson – governor

18 Oct, 2022


The Russian region will move its citizens away from the right bank of the Dnieper River amid the ongoing fighting


The relocation of civilians from a potential combat zone in Kherson region was announced by Vladimir Saldo, the caretaker governor of the new Russian region of Kherson, on Tuesday.


The move comes amid speculation surrounding a new Ukrainian offensive and warnings about possible attempts by Kiev to destroy the dam of a local hydroelectric power plant, he explained.


“There is an immediate danger of flooding in the territories due to the planned destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric dam and release of water from a cascade of power plants upstream of the Dnepr River,” Saldo said.


The decision comes as the Russian military is reinforcing its positions in the region, Saldo explained. The relocation will help avoid mass civilian casualties from the ongoing hostilities and enable “the Russian troops to perform their duties in defending Kherson Region.”

This decision has been prompted by the creation of large-scale defensive fortifications so that any attack may be repelled. Where the military operates, there is no place for civilians. Let the Russian Army carry out its task.

The civilian population will be now withdrawn to the left bank of Dnieper in “an organized, step-by-step fashion, and accommodated for free,” Saldo explained. Residents of Kherson Region who are willing to move to somewhere else in Russia will be provided with real estate certificates, in accordance with guidelines announced earlier in the day by the Russian government, the governor added.


The announcement comes as Russian Army General Sergey Surovikin, the recently-appointed commander of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, made his first public remarks since assuming his role in early October. Speaking to the Rossiya-24 broadcaster, the general admitted that the situation around Kherson was “tense” and “difficult decisions” may have to be made.


Kherson Region has been under the control of the Russian military since March. The region, along with neighboring Zaporozhye and the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, overwhelmingly voted to join Russia during a referendum in late September. The polls were rejected by Kiev and its Western backers, who denounced them as a “sham” and refused to acknowledge their outcome.




‘Unthinkable’ number of mercenaries gathered in Zaporozhye – authorities

9 Oct, 2022
Soldiers from more than 30 countries have been spotted, a local official claims

Ukraine has amassed a sizeable amount of foreign fighters on the frontline in Zaporozhye Region, which recently voted to join Russia, Vladimir Rogov, a member of the local administration’s chief council, told RIA Novosti on Sunday.


The Kiev regime has accumulated an unthinkable number of mercenaries on the line of contact. We know about representatives from more than 30 different countries,” Rogov said.


He went on to say that Ukraine has been deploying to the area both mercenaries and troops from the western part of the country in order to instill terror in local residents who voted in the recent referendums.


In late September, Zaporozhye, along with Kherson Region and the two Donbass republics, voted overwhelmingly in referendums to join Russia. On Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin signed into law unification treaties with the former Ukrainian territories, officially making them part of Russia.


Zaporozhye Region is also home to a nuclear power plant, which has been under Russian control since March. It has been repeatedly shelled throughout the conflict. Moscow has accused Ukraine of attacking the facility, while Kiev blames the Russian forces.


Russia has on numerous occasions conducted strikes on foreign fighters in Ukraine, including with high-precision weapons. Moscow has also warned that the best thing mercenaries from other countries can expect in Ukraine is a “long term in prison.”


On September 21, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu claimed that Russian forces and the militias of the Donbass republics had eliminated more than 2,000 mercenaries, with 1,000 foreign fighters remaining in the ranks of the Ukrainian military.



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"I Saw Horrific War Crimes Committed by Azov", Adrien Bocquet talks - (ENG Subs)





May 13, 2022 Adrien Bocquet, a former French commando, who was in Ukraine with a humanitarian mission, reports on what he witnessed there: Ukrainian Neonazi fighters' military crimes, BUCHA, racism, use of civilian infrastructure to store and fire weapons.

Azov is everywhere, not just at Azovstal, and he estimates their numbers to be 20,000 when you include all the committed volunteers from all over.

Russian soldiers who surrendered were tied up, then shot in the knees with a Kalashnikov and left to bleed to death, while officers were shot in the head.

He has video evidence of Ukrainian war crimes. Azov shelled Ukrainian territory causing casualties, through their ineptitude and then blamed it on Russians with the full complicity of the Western media that thought it would make for more sensational reporting.

His advice to volunteers who want to go "help" in Ukraine? Don't go unless your a seasoned military person or war journalists.

"One of the main ideas of Ukraine is to lie to yourself and others as much as possible. If you tell the truth then everything will collapse. This is our basic unbalanced contradiction" - Ukrainian presidential adviser Arestovich, April 2022

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the fake news propaganda on russians leaving kherson




Ukraine has called on residents to ignore the Russian move.

The head of Kherson's regional administration said Russia wanted to take civilians hostage and use them as human shields. The transfer or deportation of civilians by an occupying power from occupied territory is considered a war crime.



Putin introduces martial law in former Ukrainian regions



The decision comes amid reports that Kiev is gearing up for a large-scale offensive against the capital of Kherson Region

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tit for tat strikes on subsea infrastructure in retaliation for the nord stream pipeline?


or is the cabal just deepening the problem, reaction, solution perfect storm they are creating in the west of energy shortages, food shortages and bio-weapon jabs dressed up as 'vaccines' to destroy health?

Shetland is completely cut off from the mainland as phones, internet and computers are hit by blackout after subsea cable is cut

  • Communications in Shetland have been completely shut down this morning
  • Phones, internet and computers are not usable amid the total blackout
  • The south subsea cable between the islands and the mainland has been cut 

By Danya Bazaraa For Mailonline

Published: 11:04 BST, 20 October 2022 | Updated: 11:44 BST, 20 October 2022

Repairs to another cable connecting Shetland and Faroe are ongoing after it was damaged last week. 



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What could happen if Putin uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine: Terrifying computer simulation reveals how a Russian strike could trigger a war that kills 34 MILLION people in just five hours 


The Ukraine war has reignited discussions around the prospect of nuclear war, and renewed interest in models like this one. Dr Alex Glaser, one the creators of Plan A, told Newsweek : 'As far as one can tell, this is the most serious crisis with a potential nuclear dimension involving Russia and the United States/NATO since the end of the Cold War, even if the risk of a nuclear war is still considered 'small'-as many analysts would argue. A crisis like the one we are currently facing often results in miscommunication between parties, exacerbated by the fact that there remain very few active lines of communication between Russia and the US/NATO.'


Revelation 9:18 

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The US-Nazi Connection Since World War II: From Inspiring the Third Reich to Supporting the Neo-Nazis of Ukraine

Global Research, October 20, 2022

America’s Frankenstein: The Neo-Nazis of Ukraine

As we know from the valuable lessons of history that the US government and the CIA had supported and trained Ukrainian Nazis since 1946.  The CIA had organized “Stay Behind” operations with the OUN-B (neo-Nazi Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists) in Eastern Europe and other areas to assist Ukrainian nationalist who were sent to destabilize Soviet Ukraine with covert operations such as using commandos to assassinate Soviet officials, to sabotage infrastructure and to commit acts of terrorism.

The history of the US government and its CIA operatives shows that it supported Ukrainian war criminal Stephan Bandera to advance the Ukrainian underground movement to destabilize Soviet Ukraine, so the CIA and their Office of Policy Coordination (OPC) and the Office of Special Operations (OSO) planned covert operations with the OUN-B and provided support to the anti-Soviet Ukraine Insurgent Army (UPA) for psychological warfare within the Soviet sphere of influence.   The CIA declassified their historical account of their association with Ukrainian Nationalists who collaborated with the Nazis during the Cold War in ‘Cold War Allies: The Origins of CIA’s Relationship with Ukrainian Nationalists’  by Kevin C Ruffner detailed how the “CIA reestablished and expanded its contacts with the Ukrainians and others for covert action against the Communists and as wartime assets to be used behind Red Army lines as guerrillas, saboteurs, and resistance leaders.”  The historical account went further and stated that “The sometimes brutal war record of many emigre groups became blurred as they became more critical to the CIA.”

Fast forward to November 2013 were there were large-scale protests which was known as the Euromaidan against the policies of President Victor Yanukovych who made the decision to have closer ties with Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union instead of proceeding with the idea of having a political and economic relationship with the European Union by rejecting their free-trade agreement.  Then in February 2014, what is known as the Maidan Revolution took place that ended up in violent clashes between the protesters and the government’s security forces in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv which led to a coup against the democratically elected president, Viktor Yanukovych.  Soon after, the Russo-Ukrainian war began and the birth of the Neo-Nazi inspired Azov Battalion was established as they became the resistance against anything Russian.

On January 22nd of this year, Yahoo News who is part of the mainstream media published an article titled CIA-trained Ukrainian paramilitaries may take central role if Russia invades basically admitted that the CIA was secretly training Ukrainian forces since 2015:

While the covert program, run by paramilitaries working for the CIA’s Ground Branch — now officially known as Ground Department — was established by the Obama administration after Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea in 2014, and expanded under the Trump administration, the Biden administration has further augmented it, said a former senior intelligence official in touch with colleagues in government

According to Yahoo News, an unnamed former senior intelligence official said that “If the Russians invade, those [graduates of the CIA programs] are going to be your militia, your insurgent leaders,” and that “we’ve been training these guys now for eight years. They’re really good fighters. That’s where the agency’s program could have a serious impact.”  One must wonder how many were actually radicalized neo-Nazis.

In 2018, Reuters published a commentary by Josh Cohen ‘Ukraine’s neo-Nazi problem’ that explains Ukraine’s problem with the Nazis filling the ranks of its National Militia.  Cohen said that in “a January 28 demonstration, in Kiev, by 600 members of the so-called “National Militia,” a newly-formed ultranationalist group that vows “to use force to establish order,” illustrates this threat.”  Cohen added that the National Militia has recruited members from the Nazi-affiliated Azov Battalion:

Many of the National Militia’s members come from the Azov movement, one of the 30-odd privately-funded “volunteer battalions” that, in the early days of the war, helped the regular army to defend Ukrainian territory against Russia’s separatist proxies. Although Azov uses Nazi-era symbolism and recruits neo-Nazis into its ranks, a recent article in Foreign Affairs downplayed any risks the group might pose, pointing out that, like other volunteer militias, Azov has been “reined in” through its integration into Ukraine’s armed forces. While it’s true that private militias no longer rule the battlefront, it’s the home front that Kiev needs to worry about now

Cohen obviously is following the mainstream media narrative when he said that Putin seized Crimea which in fact, it was the Russian-speaking Crimean people who voted in a referendum to reunite with the Russian federation.  But to his credit, Cohen does mention the fact that the Azov Battalion and the Right Sector are held in high-regards since they fought Russian-backed separatists.  Cohen also mentioned the Azov battalion’s children’s training camps:

When Russian President Vladimir Putin’s seizure of Crimea four years ago first exposed the decrepit condition of Ukraine’s armed forces, right-wing militias such as Azov and Right Sector stepped into the breach, fending off the Russian-backed separatists while Ukraine’s regular military regrouped. Though, as a result, many Ukrainians continue to regard the militias with gratitude and admiration, the more extreme among these groups promote an intolerant and illiberal ideology that will endanger Ukraine in the long term. Since the Crimean crisis, the militias have been formally integrated into Ukraine’s armed forces, but some have resisted full integration: Azov, for example, runs its own children’s training camp, and the careers section instructs recruits who wish to transfer to Azov from a regular military unit

Although Cohen’s claims expose Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis, he also follows the Western establishment and the mainstream media’s narrative that “the Kremlin’s claims that Ukraine is a hornets’ nest of fascists are false: far-right parties performed poorly in Ukraine’s last parliamentary elections, and Ukrainians reacted with alarm to the National Militia’s demonstration in Kiev” which are all lies.  Cohen’s statement is false, in fact, it’s a contradiction when he wrote at the beginning of his article that the “National Militia’s members were recruited from the Azov movement” but not to worry because “Azov has been “reined in” through its integration into Ukraine’s armed forces” at least according to Cohen who sourced his misinformation from Foreign Affairs magazine which is a publication owned by the Council of Foreign Relations, a favorite of of the US political establishment. 

So, does the US government, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the CIA support Ukrainian Neo-Nazis in their ongoing war efforts against Russia today?  Well, the answer to that question should be obvious by now.


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Timothy Alexander Guzman writes on his own blog site, Silent Crow News, where this article was originally published. He is a regular contributor to Global Research.


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‘Ukraine has bombed us day and night’ – Kherson locals



Ukrainian forces have targeted a civilian river crossing in the city of Kherson for a second day in a row, local authorities say. While the area remains too dangerous to stay in, and residents are relocating to safety, RT's Igor Zhdanov visits one of the places welcoming those in need.


Ukrainian forces shell civilians trying to leave Kherson


Young reporter of the "Tavria" TV Channel Vlada Lugovskaya was among those on the ferry crossing when the Ukrainian forces targeted civilians with HIMARS using cluster munitions. 4 dead, 13 injured. This was a civilian column – just people who wanted to leave the city. MFA


Ukraine Shells School, Church, Kindergarten & Cultural center Russia & the Western Media Ignores It


Ukrainian strike kills civilians in Russia – governor

The shelling of Belgorod Region also caused a power blackout and injuries to a dozen people, Vyacheslav Gladkov has said

Two civilians have been killed and a number of others injured in a Ukrainian strike on the Russian town of Shebekino in Belgorod Region, which borders Ukraine, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said on Saturday.


“According to confirmed data from the Ministry of Emergency Situations, two civilians have been killed,” he wrote on Telegram. Earlier in the day, Gladkov reported that eleven people had been injured in the shelling, four of them seriously wounded.


According to Russia’s Investigative Committee, one of those killed was a minor. Telegram news channel Mash claimed the victim was 16 years old.


The governor said that the Ukrainian strikes also resulted in a blackout which affected almost  15,000 local residents, adding that it would take several hours to restore power supply.



Gladkov also noted that unspecified “civilian facilities were damaged,” adding that all the victims are being cared for by medical services.


After Russia started its military operation in Ukraine in late February, Kiev’s forces have repeatedly shelled and launched drones against civilian and military targets in Belgorod Region. On Friday, a Ukrainian strike destroyed a school, a kindergarten and several private houses in the area.


On Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin imposed martial law in four former Ukrainian territories while introducing a “medium action level” in a number of parts of Western Russia, including Belgorod Region. The new alert regime gives regional officials additional authority to ensure security and react more quickly to any emergencies.




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Ukraine Shells Russian Orphan Housing Project In Russia


Ukraine has been intensifying its attacks on the Belgorod Region of Russia. In this Special Report I show you how Ukraine forces shell a Russian Orphan Housing Project, Mall and sports center in the village of Shebekino in the Belgorod region of Russia.


Ukrainian strike kills one journalist, injures at least 10 – Russian official

21 Oct, 2022
According to local authorities, reporters were deliberately targeted in Kherson

At least one journalist was killed and several others injured in an overnight Ukrainian strike on a crossing point over the Dnepr River in the city of Kherson, a senior official with Russia’s Civic Chamber said on Friday.


“We have 10 journalists alone injured, one died. Two relatives of the journalists were killed, another one is in a critical condition,” Aleksandr Malkevich told the broadcaster Rossiya 24.


Earlier, the deputy head of the Kherson Region administration, Kirill Stremousov, said the strike had killed four civilians. A further 13 were wounded, according to the local health service. Stremousov claimed that the Ukrainian military targeted “the journalists deliberately, to eliminate those who are covering the situation in Kherson Region.”


Multiple journalists with the local Tavria broadcaster were caught in the strike, including the channel’s director, Oleg Klokov, who was killed, according to Stremousov. Other reporters working with the channel, Konstantin Mochar and Vlada Lugovskaya, as well as Tavria cameraman Ruslan Voskresensky, suffered injuries.


Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched a criminal probe into the attack. Ukrainian “nationalists” have targeted relocating civilians with HIMARS “cluster munitions” to try and inflict heavier casualties on them, the Committee said in a statement, condemning the “blatant cynicism of the Kiev regime.”


According to local emergency services, the attack was carried out with the use of US-supplied HIMARS multiple rocket launchers. The Ukrainian troops fired at least 12 missiles at the river crossing near the Antonovsky Bridge, which had been damaged in previous repeated strikes, with 11 of the munitions intercepted by anti-aircraft defenses.


The attack came as Russia announced the relocation of civilians from the right bank of the Dnepr river in Kherson Region, citing the overall “tense” situation on the frontline, as well as intelligence on Kiev’s plans destroy the dam of a local hydroelectric power plant. Some 15,000 civilians have been relocated already, with a total of 60,000 planned to be evacuated.

READ MORE: Four killed in Ukrainian strike on river crossing point – Kherson official



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