Tag: Putin

Go ahead, Kiev, make my day

MOSCOW, June 2. Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said that if Ukraine uses American supplied MLRS against Russian targets, the Russian Armed Forces will have no choice but to act to defeat decision-making centres. He explained what kind of centres he is talking about, in particular, this will affect the Ministry of Defence and the General Staff of Ukraine.

The Reasons to Worry Just Keep Piling Up for Davos Executives

Russia’s resolve and resurrection as a world power on a par with pre-1917 Imperial Russia is only part of the woes suffered by the hapless gathering of the self-anointed elite gathered at the World Economic Forum. Another migraine is rampant inflation that may be now out of control, a global food crisis and the strong likelihood of social unrest breaking out in Europe and the United States. If attendees at this year’s World Economic Forum came to Davos worried, they left with little to comfort them.

One Thousand Car Parade in Support of Russia after Washington attempts to divide Europeans

A car parade in support of Russia was held in Cologne on Sunday, according to the German magazine Focus. At first, about 150 motorcyclists took part in it, including from the Night Wolves biker club. After that, several hundred cars with Russian flags drove through the streets of the city. According to journalists, over a thousand people took part in the action.

Support for Russia is growing in Europe

Recently, over 900 vehicles with the Russian tricolour flag wended their way through Berlin as the German people showed remarkable solidarity with the Russian draining of the Ukrainian swamp. Was it a soul sentiment as the media-promoted Russophobia is closely related to Germaphobia? Ironically, the current anti-Russian sanctions and hatred is a mirror image of that of the Western powers before the onset of the equally preventable World War II in September 1939.

Washington Drags the American Hearse to the Crematoria

Continued arms deliveries to the Kiev regime could lead the United States and Russia into a direct military confrontation, says Russian Ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov. Earlier, the United States reported that they were supplying the Armed Forces of Ukraine and ultra-nationalist formations of Ukraine with anti-tank and anti-aircraft systems, drones, grenade launchers and small arms.