Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of Russia’s national security council and former president, has called on Russians to attempt to “pirate” streaming entertainment content from the West to help retaliate against the U.S.’s decision to seize assets over the Ukraine War. Medvedev told TASS that Russians should obtain and distribute these films that are no...
Category: SPECIAL UKRAINE REPORT – Mar 28 2023
IMF REACHES AGREEMENT $15.6B LOAN FOR UKRAINE WITH SPECIAL DEAL
The International Monetary Fund, the international lender of last resort, announced last week that it reached a staff-level agreement to provide Ukraine with a $15.6 billion loan to make sure the country can continue its fight with Russia for years to come.
BIDEN PROMISED TO DESTROY NORD STREAM 2 PIPELINE: VIDEO PROVES IT
About three weeks before Russian tanks began to move into Ukraine last year, President Joe Biden held a news conference in Washington with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and said—in no uncertain terms—that the first casualty of the war would be the Nord Stream pipeline.
RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT: NUCLEAR ARMAGEDDON LOOMS ‘EVER MORE DISTINCTLY’ THANKS TO U.S., ALLIES
Anatoly Antonov, Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., said in an interview last week that the world is on the brink of a nuclear showdown unlike any time in history thanks to the West’s provocation and support for Ukraine.
TOP TREND, WWIII: U.K. NUKE NUTS SENDING KYIV DEPLETED URANIUM WEAPONRY
The U.K. laughed off Russia’s latest threat after announcing that it will provide Ukraine with Challenger 2 tanks and munitions made with depleted uranium.
CHINA RESPONDS TO CRITICISM FROM U.S., WEST OVER UKRAINE PEACE PROPOSAL
China called out the U.S. hypocrisy when Washington dismissed Beijing’s peace proposal.
XI MEETS WITH PUTIN IN RUSSIA, VOWS CONTINUED PARTNERSHIP
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow last week where the two spoke about their growing economic and security relationship, which was seen as a clear challenge to U.S. hegemony.
FORMER RUSSIAN PRESIDENT: U.S. IS OUR ENEMY
Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of Russia’s national security council and former president, didn’t mince words last week when he identified the U.S. as an enemy.