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Glazov Gang: How the Deep State is Exploiting the Russia-Ukraine War




This new Glazov Gang episode features Alex Newman, a senior editor for The New American. Follow him on Twitter: @alexnewman_jou.

Alex discusses how How the Deep State is Exploiting the Russia-Ukraine War, explaining Why the globalists want both sides to bleed.

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War in Ukraine. According to Moscow, 1730 Ukrainian fighters surrendered in Mariupol



War in Ukraine According to Moscow 1730 Ukrainian fighters surrendered

Russia reports rocket fire on border region +++ Baerbok. Russia uses hunger as a weapon +++ Selensky extends martial law for 90 days +++ Developments in the war in Ukraine. star-Tickers.

85th day of the Russian invasion of UkraineFighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops in Ukraine continued on Thursday night. In Kiev, President Vladimir Zelensky prepared the population for a long war, calling for a 90-day extension of martial law until August.

At the same time, Sweden’s Finland’s efforts to join NATO continue. As a sign of support, US President Joe Biden will receive high-ranking officials of the two Scandinavian countries, who have been neutral so far. However, Turkey is still against it, it has reservations about the reception. Nevertheless, European-American diplomats expressed confidence that the problem could be solved.

News about the war in Ukraine on Thursday, May 19.

10.44. She complains about the “second-class attitude” of “some” EU countries.

The Ukrainian government has called for a clear prospect of joining the EU, and has strongly criticized the attitude of some EU countries in the process. Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba complained on Twitter about the “second-rate attitude” of “some” EU countries. Earlier in the day, Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) weakened expectations in the Bundestag that Ukraine could move faster in the EU accession process.

10:06. According to Moscow, 1730 Ukrainian fighters surrendered in Mariupol.

According to Russian information, the fighters of the besieged Azovstal steel plant in the Ukrainian port of Mariupol have now surrendered. In the last 24 hours alone, more than 770 Ukrainians have been taken prisoner, the Moscow Defense Ministry said. This would hand over 1730 fighters at the beginning of the week. It was not clear how many people were still in the factory. According to earlier Russian information, there should be several hundred more.

The Ukrainian side did not confirm the numbers from the beginning. Earlier this week, Ki spoke of a slightly more than 260 evacuated soldiers, and only then announced that the “humanitarian operation” would continue. Looking at the figures released by Russia now, the complete conquest of Mariupol may become apparent after almost three months of war.

9.35. Scholz clearly denies the dictated peace in Ukraine

Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) has clearly rejected the Russian-imposed peace in Ukraine. “There will be no dictated peace because Ukrainians do not accept it as we do,” Scholz said in a government statement in the Bundestag.

“We all have one common goal: Russia must not win this war, Ukraine must survive,” Scholz said. “Only when Russian President Vladimir Putin realizes that he can not break Ukraine’s ability to defend itself will he be” ready to seriously negotiate peace, “the chancellor said. That’s why Ukraine’s defense capacity can be strengthened.

7.13. Russia’s border region accuses Ukraine of firing on one victim

The governor of Russia’s western Kursk region has accused Ukraine of shelling a city near the border. A civilian was killed in the village of Tyotkino at night, Governor Roman Starovoit wrote in the Telegram news service. A number of houses were also damaged. According to Russian sources, Tyotkino was attacked on Wednesday. The Belgorod region, which is also close to the border, also reported shelling. Ukraine did not initially comment on the allegations, and Russian information could not initially be independently verified.

At 6.31. The United States and Ukraine are talking about looting and abuse in Mariupol

The United States has blamed Russian forces for the violence in the port city of Mariupol. A U.S. official said Wednesday that Russian troops had “beaten” and “electrocuted” Ukrainian officials there. They too “would rob houses.” “Russian officials are concerned that these actions could further force Mariupol residents to resist Russian occupation,” he said.

The city of Mariupol told the Telegram that the Russians were trying to “return to the commercial port to export millions of dollars worth of grain, metal goods and other goods.” It is “theft”.

5.37. The United States has reopened its embassy in Ki

The United States has reopened its embassy in the Ukrainian capital, Ki, after a three-month closure. “We are officially resuming work at the US Embassy in Kyiv today,” US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said on Wednesday. The US flag was waved again near the embassy building. “The Ukrainian people, with the support of our security, defended their homeland from a ruthless Russian invasion. As a result, the ‘Stars and Stripes’ (US national flag) are flying over the embassy again,” Blinken said. Washington closed its embassy in Kyiv ten days before the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, temporarily relocating the embassy to the western Ukrainian city of Lviv and then to Poland.

2.08 in the morning. Baerbok. Russia uses hunger as a weapon of war

Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbok has accused Russia of using the blockade on grain exports from Ukraine as a weapon of war. “Russia has launched a grain war that is fueling the global food crisis,” Burbok said during a meeting of foreign ministers at the United Nations in New York. Moscow is doing this not only by blocking Ukrainian ports, but also by destroying silos, roads, railways and fields. According to the federal government, Russia is blocking the export of 20 million tons of grain to Ukraine, most of which is in the port of Odessa.

“Russia is not only waging its brutal war with tanks and missiles and bombs,” Berbock said. “Russia is waging this war with another terrible, quiet weapon, famine and deprivation.” This is happening at a time when millions of people in the Middle East and Africa are already at risk of starvation.

1.15. Selensky promises help to the victims of the Russian occupation.

The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky promised special state aid to all the victims of the Russian occupation of his country. He signed a corresponding law, Zelensky said in his evening speech. He did not provide details. The aid also applies to “all Kremlin prisoners,” as he puts it, in Crimea or in the Russian-occupied part of Donbas.

01.07. Melnik. Ukraine’s membership in NATO will reduce the risk of nuclear war.

Taking into account the planned membership of Sweden and Finland in NATO, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany Andrei Melnik considers his country’s membership in NATO feasible. “One thing is clear. We want to join NATO quickly. This can happen as quickly as in Sweden or Finland. “It will only require a purely political decision to integrate Ukraine quickly,” Melnik told the newspapers. Funke media group. “If Ukraine were in the bloc, the risk of nuclear war would be reduced. Then Putin would know. If Ukraine were to be attacked with nuclear weapons, it would have to take into account a nuclear strike. That would prevent him from doing so. ” Melnik also believes that Ukraine’s membership in the EU is possible in the next ten years.

12:00 Zelensky prepares the Ukrainians for a long war

The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky is preparing the people of his country attacked by Russia for a longer war. In his video message on Wednesday evening, he hoped that the people of the territories occupied by Russia in the south would be liberated by Ukraine. “Kherson, Melitopol, Berdyansk, Enerhodar, Mariupol, all our cities and towns that are under occupation, under temporary occupation, should know that Ukraine will return,” he said. How long it will take depends on the situation on the battlefield. “We are trying to do that as soon as possible. “We have a duty to oust the occupiers and to ensure the real security of Ukraine,” he said.

In this context, he also announced the announced extension of the martial law, the general mobilization for 90 days, until August 23. “Our army, all those who defend the state, must have all the legal means to act calmly,” Zelensky said.

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Vers la meilleure organisation de la finale de la coupe de la CAF au Nigéria



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Le gouvernement met à la disposition des supporters 30 000 billets gratuits.

En vue de la finale de la Coupe de la Confédération CAF Total Energie qui se jouera au stade Godswill Akpabio, à Uyo, ce vendredi, le gouverneur Udom Emmanuel de l’État d’Akwa Ibom a offert 30 000 billets qui seront distribués aux amoureux du football dans le pays.

Le président du comité d’organisation local (LOC) et commissaire d’État à la jeunesse et aux sports, M. Monday Uko, a révélé cela lors du briefing quotidien du Comité à Uyo.

Selon Uko, les billets gratuits seraient disponibles pour les fans à tous les guichets du stade international Godswill Akpabio et dans les locaux de toutes les stations de radio d’Akwa Ibom ainsi qu’ à la direction de Club de l’État, Akwa United.

Il s’agirait d’une action délibérée du gouverneur visant à alléger le fardeau financier que représente l’assistance au match pour les supporters et à faire en sorte que personne ne soit privé de cette occasion mémorable.

Les Orlando Pirates d’Afrique du Sud feront face à la Renaissance Sportive de Berkane du Maroc pour la première fois à Uyo ce vendredi, pour le droit d’être couronné champion de la deuxième plus grande compétition de football de club d’Afrique. Le coup d’envoi du match est prévu pour 20h00, heure d’Afrique de l’Ouest.

Le club sud Africain cherchera à remporter un deuxième succès dans le football africain après avoir remporté la Ligue des champions en 1995, tandis que le club Marocain qui est le champion en titre de la Coupe de la Confédération, fera sa troisième apparition en finale lors du coup d’envoi vendredi à Uyo.

La CAF a indiqué que le président de la Fédération ghanéenne de football, Kurt Okraku, et ses homologues du Togo, Antoine Folly, de la Côte d’Ivoire, Idriss Diallo, et de la République du Bénin, Moucharafou Anjorin, sont attendus comme invités spéciaux à la finale.



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