Ron Desantis: Israel First, Colombia Second, America Last – Banned Hipster Racist

….You see, the Empire works like a pair of divorce lawyers working together. One goes to the wife and does everything to encourage her to go scorched earth. Then the other lawyer works on the husband, trying to gin up as much hostility as possible. The two lawyers divvy up the money.

What happened to China′s ′Belt and Road′ projects in Nepal?

…According to geopolitical analyst C.D. Bhatta, both Sri Lanka’s sovereign-debt crisis and Nepal’s socio-structural tilt towards its southern neighbor, India, have contributed to the decline of the BRI in the Himalayan nation.

President on statements by Kissinger and NYT: They want to exchange lives of millions of Ukrainians for illusion of peace

Comment by tonytran2015: Kissinger was the architect of Paris Peace Accord of 1973 which led to the betrayal of South Vietnam by USA using the illusion of a “decent interval”. Has he any moral stand?

President on statements by Kissinger and NYT: They want to exchange lives of millions of Ukrainians for illusion of peace

President on statements by Kissinger and NYT: They want to exchange lives of millions of Ukrainians for illusion of peace

President Volodymyr Zelensky reminded those
seeking to make Ukraine give up territories to Russia about failed attempts to appease the aggressor in 1938.
“No matter what the Russian state does, there is always
someone who says: let’s take its interests into account. This year in Davos it was heard again. Despite thousands of Russian missiles hitting Ukraine. Despite tens of thousands of Ukrainians killed. Despite Bucha and Mariupol, etc. Despite the destroyed cities. And despite the
“filtration camps” built by the Russian state, in which they kill, torture, rape and humiliate like on a conveyor belt. Russia has done all
this in Europe,” Zelensky said in his evening address on May 25.

In this context, he mentioned the words by former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger who said that a piece of Ukrainian territory
should be given to Russia so that Russia would not be alienated from Europe.

“It seems that Mr. Kissinger’s calendar is not 2022, but 1938, and he thought he was talking to an audience not in Davos, but in Munich of
that time. By the way, in the real year 1938, when Mr. Kissinger’s family was fleeing Nazi Germany, he was 15 years old, and he understood
everything perfectly. And nobody heard from him then that it was necessary to adapt to the Nazis instead of fleeing them or fighting them,” the President stressed.

As noted, “symptomatic” editorials began to appear in some Western media stating that Ukraine must allegedly accept so-called difficult
compromises by giving up territory in exchange for peace.

Perhaps The New York Times in 1938 also wrote something similar. But now, let me remind you, it is 2022, Zelensky underscored.

“And behind all these geopolitical speculations of those who advise Ukraine to give away something to Russia, “great geopoliticians” are always unwilling to see ordinary people. Ordinary Ukrainians. Millions of those who actually live in the territory they propose to exchange for the illusion of peace,” the President stressed.

He is convinced that after the full-scale Russian invasion, the world was not ready for Ukrainian courage because, in his opinion, many in
the world had no habit of taking Ukraine into account.

“That is why I pay such attention to international platforms, addresses to parliamentarians, to parliaments, to the people of other countries, to communication with the expert community, with journalists, with students. We must do everything possible for the world to get a permanent habit of taking Ukraine into account. So that the interests of Ukrainians are not overlapped by the interests of those who are in a hurry for another meeting with the dictator,” Zelensky said.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said at the World Economic Forum in Davos that Ukraine should give up part of its territory to Russia and that the United States and the West should
refrain from seeking a defeat for Russia.

An editorial was published in the New York Times, the authors of which admitted that Ukraine would be forced to give up territories to
Russia to end the war.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba stated that Ukraine would not make concessions to Putin, because the strategy of
appeasing him from 2014 to the beginning of the full-scale invasion failed and had no chance of success in the future.

Ukraine Should Cede Territory and Become Neutral State, Kissinger Says

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the former Secretary of State even suggested that Ukraine should cede part of its territory, in order to reach a peace agreement in this conflict...

Ukraine war: Germany’s conundrum over its ties with Russia – BBC News

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February, many German politicians
have publicly admitted they got Vladimir Putin wrong. Even German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has apologised, saying it was a mistake to use trade and energy to build bridges with Moscow.

Solomon Islands MP defends military pact with China by comparing it to secretive Pine Gap facility in NT – ABC News

“The agreement was signed and drawn up very much for
the eyes of the government, an executive decision,” Mr [Danny] Philip, [a former Solomon Islands prime minister] declared during an online seminar hosted on Thursday.

“In matters of national security there are some things which do not need to … have the whole country’s legitimacy, in terms of national security,” he
told the event, hosted by the University of Hawaii.

…Mr Philip compared the arrangement to the highly secretive Pine Gap American satellite surveillance base hosted just outside Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

“There are agreements that open up all major ports in Australia that are not being seen by all the citizens of that country.”

Who exactly is Biden talking to during his many stays in Delaware? – Nwo Report

Comment by tonytran2015: Where were the FBI people? Were they having any FISA application?

Source: Andrea Widburg

When a man becomes president, he suddenly gains a new appendage: The Secret Service. Wherever he goes and whatever he does, members of the Secret Service are there, keeping an eye on him. And, like all bureaucracies, you can be sure that the agents are required to document everything on their watch. That’s why it’s truly peculiar that, in response to a FOIA request from the New York Post to see documents identifying Joe Biden’s visitors during his regular stays in Delaware in 2021, the Secret Service is claiming that it has no records with that information.

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The New York Post was curious about what goes on at Biden’s Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach residences in Delaware because he spent roughly 25% of his first year, not in the White House, but at those residences. For that reason, the Post asked for documents recording all visitors during more than a year of Biden’s time in office. And that’s when the Secret Service provided a bizarre response:

Secret Service Freedom of Information Act officer Kevin Tyrrell wrote in a response dated Monday that “[t]he Secret Service FOIA Office searched all Program Offices that were likely to contain potentially responsive records, and no records were located.”