Saturday, June 3, 2023

Lying About Murder

 Hearing Testimony,

  Christine sends this essay from Gilbert Doctorow, which he concludes thusly.
  Let there be no confusion here. The Ukrainian attack on Shebekino, a purely civilian town with no military value whatsoever, IS the long awaited Ukrainian “counter offensive.”  It is the action of a spent military force which cannot engage the Russian armed forces on the field of battle.  Evidence on Russian television suggests that day by day their advance west from newly conquered Bakhmut/Artyomovsk is proceeding relentlessly. The entire line in Donbas is pushing back the Ukrainian forces, which have not brought into play their much touted Western tanks and other top supplies, since they would be destroyed for lack of air cover and for lack of the munitions that the Russians have been systematically eliminating through missile strikes on weapons caches over the past several weeks.
  Meanwhile, the Russian Talking Heads are paying close attention to President Biden’s fall on the podium yesterday during an awards event. They find it utterly shocking that this senile creature called Joe holds the fate of the world in his unsteady hands
(Not Really. Obama runs Joe's earpiece.)

  Big Serge summarizes the Battle of Bakhmut, which ran for almost 300 days.
​  ​So, my current working estimates for losses in the Battle of Bakhmut are some 45,000 for Ukraine, 17,0000 for Wagner, and 5,000 for other Russian forces.
But perhaps even this misses the point.
​  ​Ukraine was losing its army, Russia was losing its prison population.
​  ​Adjudicating the Battle of Bakhmut is relatively easy when one looks at what units were brought to the table. Bakhmut burned through an enormous portion of the AFU’s inventory, including many of its veteran assault brigades, while virtually none of Russia’s conventional forces were damaged (with the notable exception of the Motor Rifle brigades that defeated the Ukrainian counterattack). Even the Pentagon has admitted that the vast majority of Russian casualties in Ukraine were convicts...
..Meanwhile, Ukraine was left with virtually no indigenous offensive power - the only way it can conduct offensive operations is with a mechanized package built from scratch by NATO. For all Ukraine’s bluster, the force commitment at Bakhmut left it unable to undertake any proactive operations all through the winter and spring, its multi-brigade counterattack at Bakhmut lamely fizzled out, and it left its supporters grasping at straws about an immanent counteroffensive to encircle Wagner by a reserve army that doesn’t exist. It was even reduced to sending small flying columns into Belgorod Oblast to launch terror raids, only to have them blown up - discovering that the Russian border is in fact crawling with forces of the very much intact Russian army.

​  Moon of Alabama(Germany)  The Ukrainian Military Is In Bad Shape
​  ​Erik Kramer and Paul Schneider are two former U.S. special operations soldiers who have been in Ukraine since 2022 to train Ukrainian troops.
At War on the Rocks they paint a dark picture of the state of the Ukrainian military.

​  ​Blinken Dismisses Calls for a Ceasefire, Says US Must Build Up Ukraine’s Military
​  ​The US will focus its efforts on arming Ukraine and not attempting to bring the war to a negotiated settlement, America’s top diplomat said. Secretary of State Antony Blinken laid out a plan to massively expand Kiev’s military before talks begin.[This buildup was thoroughly done from 2014 to 2022.]
​ ​In a speech delivered in Finland on Friday, Blinken stated, "The United States – together with our allies and partners – is firmly committed to supporting Ukraine’s defense today, tomorrow, for as long as it takes." He continued, "We believe the prerequisite for meaningful diplomacy and real peace is a stronger Ukraine, capable of deterring and defending against any future aggression."
​  ​Blinken dismissed the idea of even a temporary pause in the fighting. "Some countries will call for a ceasefire. And on the surface, that sounds sensible – attractive, even. After all, who doesn’t want warring parties to lay down their arms? Who doesn’t want the killing to stop?" He said. "But a ceasefire that simply freezes current lines in place and enables Putin to consolidate control over the territory he’s seized…It would legitimize Russia’s land grab. It would reward the aggressor and punish the victim."​  [No self-reflection or embarrassment at all.]

​  ​RFK Jr Calls For "Mature Conversation" On Ukraine As Admin Is "Lying To Us" 
​  ​"Our government is lying to us about it. The media is going on with the lie…It’s a laundering operation for the Military Industrial Complex."​ ...
​  ​"We were told that the reason we were going over there is because it was a humanitarian mission," RFK Jr said. "But then every choice that we made along the way, that's been about prolonging the war and increasing the bloodshed, and refusing to negotiate. If it was a humanitarian mission we would won't to terminate the war, to shorten it, and to reduce the amount of bloodshed," he continued.

​"Laundering operation for the MIC": ​86% of American howitzers that the United States tried to supply to Ukraine from Kuwait turned out to be broken

​  ​Facing a potential contempt of Congress vote, FBI Director Christopher Wray relented and has agreed to bring a subpoenaed document from the Biden family investigation to Capitol Hill for lawmakers to inspect on Monday
​  ​The document in question, an FD-1023, contains uncorroborated allegations that an informant provided the FBI in June 2020 alleging that Joe Biden, when he was vice president, was engaged in a bribery scheme to change US policy in return for $5 million to his family’s businesses, lawmakers have said.

​ ​Trove Of Nearly 10K Hunter Biden Laptop Photos, Docs Appear On Organized Website
​  ​Nearly 10,000 photos from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop were uploaded to a new website -, which has been intermittently unavailable since launch due to overwhelming traffic.

​Moon of Alabama (Germany) Missing The Context - U.S. Media Fail To Understand Persian Gulf Diplomacy And Action
 There is a lack of ability or lack of willingness in 'western' media and politics to see the world through the eyes of others. This leads to wrong conclusions about certain situations and in consequence to misguided policies.
  An example is yesterday's New York Times piece about an recent announcement by the United Arab Emirates....
​  So here is the real story, the one the UAE based its decision on:
Iran and the UAE have made peace and want to build on that. They want win-win economic relations with each other.
The U.S. steals an Iranian tanker load.
Iran reacts by seizing two U.S. related tankers.
The U.S. revives a U.S.-led maritime security force to push against Iran's tanker seizure.
The UAE rejects to take part in the renewed anti-Iranian measure and says so publicly.
  That is the full context the UAE acted in.
  The New York Times however completely ignores the first two issues. Neither UAE-Iran relations nor the tanker the U.S. has seized are mentioned in its piece. It only reports the third and fourth measure to then misinterpret number 5, the step the UAE has taken in consequence of 1 and 2.

​Thanks Oxymoron in Oz. ​Vaccinated Veterans MORE Likely to Die from COVID, VA Study Proves​ , ​It is Even Worse to Be Boosted

  One of the  ways to adapt an infectious agent to a host animal (or human) is to "pass" it through a series  of animal hosts, letting it mutate so that the mutations that work most effectively will predominate over time. This is a kind of lab-engineering of a viral pathogen.
“?? Serial passage in ACE2-transgenic mice”
Another Elephant in the Room: Dr. Fauci's February 4, 2020 e-mail about SARS-CoV-2

​  ​The family of a college student who died from heart inflammation caused by Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has sued President Joe Biden’s administration, alleging officials engaged in “willful misconduct.”
​ ​  While speaking to his mother at home on Oct. 27, 2021, Watts suddenly collapsed. Emergency medical personnel rushed to the home but found him unresponsive. He was rushed to the same hospital in an ambulance. He was pronounced deceased at age 24.
​  ​According to a doctor at the hospital, citing hospital records and family members, Watts had no past medical history on file that would explain his sudden death, with no known history of substance abuse or obvious signs of substance abuse. His mother described her son as a “healthy young male.”
​  ​Dr. Robert Stoppacher, a pathologist who performed an autopsy on the body, said that the death was due to “COVID-19 vaccine-related myocarditis.” The death certificate listed no other causes. A COVID-19 test returned negative. Dr. Sanjay Verma, based in California, reviewed the documents in the Watts case and said that he believed the death was caused by the COVID-19 vaccination.

​ Steve Kirsch: ​ I asked parents when they first noticed ASD behaviors in their child relative to the time of the NEAREST vaccination visit.
  If vaccines aren’t triggering autism, then the number of times a parent notices autistic behaviors BEFORE a wellness visit where a vaccine is given should be comparable to the number of times AFTER the visit.
  I asked 642 parents who had previously reported having an autistic child in previous surveys to fill out my survey. I received 273 responses.                      58 parents reported first seeing autistic behaviors within a month AFTER a vaccine appointment.       
  0 parents reported first seeing autistic behaviors within a month BEFORE a vaccine appointment.

​Unharmed (pictured with Jenny this morning at Yoakum Tom Tom {tomato} Festival parade)

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