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Ukraine Loses Nearly 40 Troops in Fighting
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Russia has hundreds of tanks massing on the border..

*crickets*
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Meanwhile , back in Donetsk People’s Republic . . .


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DPR Militia Repulses Ukrainian Forces
https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/12/dpr-mi...an-forces/
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Quote:In addition to the schism, there's a civil split in Ukraine between the two parts of the country after Petro Poroshenko introduced martial law in the ten regions which are the least loyal to him. Besides, everyone strongly suspects that Poroshenko is plotting a new war with Donbass.
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Where there is imbalance I am the counterweight. Beware, for if you are a cause of imbalance you may not enjoy my presence.
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(01-11-2019, 03:39 AM)SkyCat Wrote:


good video @SkyCat
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(01-11-2019, 04:04 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 03:39 AM)SkyCat Wrote:


good video @SkyCat

Thanks. Porky is going to stage a provocation in the coming weeks or months before the Ukrainian election. Unfortunately, we will have to see how creative he can be.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Europe’s possible agreement to host US intermediate and shorter-range ballistic missiles will be tantamount to signing a "suicide pact" in light of Russia’s declared resolve to target these potential security threats, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the leader of Germany’s Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party, told Sputnik.

"If Europe were to accept the installation of new US missiles on its territory in this strategic environment, it would sign a suicide pact," Zepp-LaRouche said.

According to the politician, amid somewhat war-mongering rhetoric in the West, Putin "just reintroduced a reality principle and clarity" with his warnings.

"Despite President [Donald] Trump's stated intention to improve relations between the US and Russia, including that he may have one idea of replacing the INF treaty with a new agreement, Putin has to take into account the contrary intention of the neocons in the Trump administration and the British 'minister of war,' Gavin Williamson, who threatens to use 'hard power' and also claims that the 'boundaries between peace and war are becoming blurred,'" she clarified, making a reference to Williamson’s 2019 Munich Security Conference speech.

Meanwhile, Europe’s "fundamental self-interest," Zepp-LaRouche believed, lay in removing sanctions on Russia and re-establishing good relations with Moscow by creating "an economic zone from the Atlantic to the Pacific on the basis of integrating the Belt and Road Initiative, the Eurasian Economic Union and the EU."

She went on to note that such cooperation would create "a new security architecture" that should become the basis on which Europe builds its cooperation with the United States.

When asked to suggest ways to overcome the rifts in the global security environment between Russia and the West, Zepp-LaRouche opined that once the "real authors" of "Russiagate" — the scandal around Moscow’s alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election, which Russia strongly denies — were revealed, "most of the strategic tensions would evaporate."

In his annual address to parliament on Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that Moscow would be forced to provide an adequate response if Washington, following its planned withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, deployed missiles to Europe.

Putin stressed that Russian weaponry, in this case, could target not only areas posing a direct threat to Russia but also those areas where decision-making centers that determine and manage how the missile systems are used were located.

On February 2, the United States formally suspended its obligations under the 1987 INF Treaty, which bans all ground-launched missiles, conventional or nuclear, with ranges of 310 to 3,400 miles, and triggered the six-month withdrawal process. Washington said it would terminate this procedure if Russia agreed to be compliant with the pact. Moscow had suspended its participation in the treaty in response to the US actions. However, Putin stressed that all of Russia's proposals remained on the table.

The United States has been claiming that the range of Russia's 9M729 missile violates the treaty's limits, but Moscow has denied the allegations, stressing that they were unsubstantiated. Russia, in turn, has complained that US defense systems in Europe were equipped with launchers capable of firing cruise missiles at ranges prohibited under the INF Treaty.
https://sputniknews.com/europe/201902211...-missiles/
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(02-21-2019, 10:51 AM)Treebeard Wrote: MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Europe’s possible agreement to host US intermediate and shorter-range ballistic missiles will be tantamount to signing a "suicide pact" in light of Russia’s declared resolve to target these potential security threats, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the leader of Germany’s Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party, told Sputnik.

"If Europe were to accept the installation of new US missiles on its territory in this strategic environment, it would sign a suicide pact," Zepp-LaRouche said.

According to the politician, amid somewhat war-mongering rhetoric in the West, Putin "just reintroduced a reality principle and clarity" with his warnings.

"Despite President [Donald] Trump's stated intention to improve relations between the US and Russia, including that he may have one idea of replacing the INF treaty with a new agreement, Putin has to take into account the contrary intention of the neocons in the Trump administration and the British 'minister of war,' Gavin Williamson, who threatens to use 'hard power' and also claims that the 'boundaries between peace and war are becoming blurred,'" she clarified, making a reference to Williamson’s 2019 Munich Security Conference speech.

Meanwhile, Europe’s "fundamental self-interest," Zepp-LaRouche believed, lay in removing sanctions on Russia and re-establishing good relations with Moscow by creating "an economic zone from the Atlantic to the Pacific on the basis of integrating the Belt and Road Initiative, the Eurasian Economic Union and the EU."

She went on to note that such cooperation would create "a new security architecture" that should become the basis on which Europe builds its cooperation with the United States.

When asked to suggest ways to overcome the rifts in the global security environment between Russia and the West, Zepp-LaRouche opined that once the "real authors" of "Russiagate" — the scandal around Moscow’s alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election, which Russia strongly denies — were revealed, "most of the strategic tensions would evaporate."

In his annual address to parliament on Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that Moscow would be forced to provide an adequate response if Washington, following its planned withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, deployed missiles to Europe.

Putin stressed that Russian weaponry, in this case, could target not only areas posing a direct threat to Russia but also those areas where decision-making centers that determine and manage how the missile systems are used were located.

On February 2, the United States formally suspended its obligations under the 1987 INF Treaty, which bans all ground-launched missiles, conventional or nuclear, with ranges of 310 to 3,400 miles, and triggered the six-month withdrawal process. Washington said it would terminate this procedure if Russia agreed to be compliant with the pact. Moscow had suspended its participation in the treaty in response to the US actions. However, Putin stressed that all of Russia's proposals remained on the table.

The United States has been claiming that the range of Russia's 9M729 missile violates the treaty's limits, but Moscow has denied the allegations, stressing that they were unsubstantiated. Russia, in turn, has complained that US defense systems in Europe were equipped with launchers capable of firing cruise missiles at ranges prohibited under the INF Treaty.
https://sputniknews.com/europe/201902211...-missiles/

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