“If you don’t support Ukraine—you support Russia.” —says Ukraine and Arizona Connect organization
Olichka (Oli) Nevinska the co-founder of Cactus and Tryzub (pronounced, tree-zoob) meaning freedom—sat down with Northeast Valley News on Saturday literally one hour after the U.S. Congress passed a last minute spending bill to keep the government open—but at the demand of hardline MAGA Republicans, the bill excluded funding to Ukraine.
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China's Businesses Increasingly Propping Up Russia's War Against Ukraine
In a new examination of the trade occurring between China and Russia, its becoming increasingly clear that Chinese firms are performing an absolutely critical role in both supporting the struggling domestic economy of Russia, as well as boosting the capabilities of the Russian armed forces engaged in fighting Ukraine.
Americans Don't Understand Left-Wing Politics
This article is not meant to "indoctrinate" or push a political ideology. I'm merely writing this so that people can be better informed. Compared to many other democratic countries, the Overton window in American politics is skewed, and is skewing, further to the right. Policies considered progressive in the US are viewed as moderate in many other countries. Even an extremely moderate president like Joe Biden, whose most leftist position is his support for unions, is regularly accused of being a socialist or radically left-wing. This is due to the fact that most Americans simply aren't knowledgable of what left-wing politics are. Most aren't given honest information on what leftism constitutes, and thanks to the lingering effects of Cold War-era McCarthyism, leftist ideologies are often demonized by the media and political figures.
Russia Prepares Nationwide Drills With Nuclear War Scenario
New reports say that the Russia will hold national drills at the beginning of next month to get ready for "the danger of armed conflicts involving nuclear powers." The Russian government will hold big drills all over the country on October 3 because there is a "growing danger of armed conflicts including [with] nuclear-capable powers near Russia's borders," the head of Russia's Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, or Rospotrebnadzor, told the Baza Telegram channel on Thursday. The channel is connected to Russia's security services.
Estonia Proposes Calling Russian Exclave Königsberg Instead Of Kaliningrad
In Estonia, the Riigikogu Foreign Affairs Committee has proposed that the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, named as such from 1946 onwards, should instead be referred to by its historical name of Königsberg for now on. The name itself is tied to the founding of the city in the year 1255 by Tuetonic Knights during the time of the Baltic Crusades, which were Christian colonization and military campaigns launched against the pagan Baltic, Finnic, and West Slavic peoples that lived in the area at that time.
Bucks County Beacon Writer Spotlight: Jennifer Cohn
How did you first get into journalism and writing?. Soon after the 2016 election, I became concerned about Russia’s attack on our election infrastructure and began researching the issue. I had time because, although I had practiced law for more than 20 years, I was no longer working outside of being a mom.
Ramzan Kadyrov Expresses Pride In Teenage Son For Beating Prisoner In Chechnya
Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Russia's Chechnya region, released a clip on Telegram showing his teenage son Adam punching and kicking a man cowering in a chair, before wrestling him to the floor and slapping him on the head. In the comments accompanying the video, Kadyrov expressed how proud he was of his son for beating up the prisoner, who is in jail in Chechnya following accusations of burning a Koran. The justification that Kadyrov gave for releasing the video, given that the assault it depicts occurred last month, was to settle any doubts as to whether the incident actually took place.
Ukraine Pounds Occupied Crimea
Kyiv is battering Russian forces in Crimea and elsewhere in Ukraine. Once again, the Ukrainian military has reached out and touched a key Russian commander, in an audacious missile strike that left the Kremlin speechless and pro-war Russian commentators reeling, and which was one more indication that Russia still hasn’t figured out how to protect even its most senior military leaders in Ukraine, 19 months into the war it started.
US Adds New Companies To Trade Blacklist Over Support For Russia
The United States has imposed new trade restictions on eleven Chinese and five Russian companies for their apparent roles in supplying components to the Russian government to construct drones for use in the war against Ukraine. All told, some 28 companies, some even from Finland and Germany, will be placed on a trade blacklist which will make it increasingly difficult for any suppliers in the U.S. to provide them technology. The fact that so many countries around the world are continuing to assist Russia in the production of military equipment that has been used to destroy not just Ukrainian military targets but also civilian targets far from the front lines is concerning to say the least.
Ukraine Claims Killing of Russian Fleet Commander in Crimea Attack
This post was written entirely by AI. Kyiv claims it killed Adm Viktor Sokolov, Russia's Black Sea navy commander, and 33 other officers in one of its strongest strikes on Crimea.
US Abrams Tanks Arrive In Ukraine For Use Against Russia
The first Abrams tanks produced by the United States have arrived in Ukraine for use in their counteroffensive against Russian forces in the occupied eastern portion of Ukraine. Upon learning of the arrival of the battle tanks, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy posted his appreciation on Telegram for the efforts of Ukraine's allies in helping make this possible. All told there should be some 31 of the battle tanks now at Ukraine's disposal in its ongoing efforts against the Russian occupiers.
Clinton on Putin: 'He'll Do It Again' – Shocking Insights in Exclusive Interview
In a recent interview on MSNBC's "Inside with Jen Psaki," Hillary Clinton, the former Democratic Party standard-bearer, voiced her deep concerns about the possibility of Russian President Vladimir Putin again interfering in future elections. Clinton's vexation was evident as she underscored the importance of taking Putin's intentions seriously, fearing that he might be underestimated this time.
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Russia Dismisses Ukraine's Peace Plan, Says "Let's Decide It On The Battlefield"
At the United Nations this past weekend, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed for the international community what many had already begun to fear over the past several months. Despite the setbacks Russia has faced in its war against Ukraine, which has seen hundreds of thousands of casualties and gradual losses of seized Ukrainian territory, President Putin and his supporters see the 10-point peace plan put forth by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as being "unrealisable" and that "It is not possible to implement this. It’s not realistic and everybody understands this, but at the same time, they say this is the only basis for negotiations." Such commets echo those made previously by Russia at the G20 last year, when they complained Ukraine was asking for too much.
Tucker Carlson Refutes Russian TV Show Rumors
An advertisement on Russia's Rossiya 24 suggested Tucker Carlson was launching a TV show in Russia. Carlson, 54, denies knowledge of the ad and has no plans for a Russian show.
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Russia Temporarily Bans Diesel and Gasoline Exports, Raising Global Fuel Prices
The Russian government has instituted a temporary ban on exports of diesel and gasoline, a move aimed at stabilizing domestic fuel supplies but which may drive up already high fuel prices worldwide.
Ukraine, Russia trade attacks
RUSSIA AND Ukraine are still at war (Shutterstock). The battle of missiles between Russia and Ukraine is continuing as the two nations exchange volleys. According to the Associated Press, Ukraine launched more missiles at Sevastapol in Russian-occupied Crimea, following Friday’s attack on a headquarters building of the enemy’s Black Sea fleet.