Wednesday 19th of June 2024

history is being written by the developing countries away from the american empire.....

History will not look fondly upon the “Nazis and the liberals” who are pushing progressive ideology, such as transgenderism, onto children, political analyst Jackson Hinkle told RT in an interview on Tuesday. 

The host of ‘The Dive with Jackson Hinkle’ stressed that the US and Western Europe are beginning to lose their global influence in an “ever-changing multipolar world” and are becoming a “hollow skeleton of power” and a “crumbling empire.” 

“Empires are most dangerous when they’re rising or falling, and right now that’s definitely the case for the United States and the West,” Hinkle said, noting that apart from a nuclear war, there is little Washington could do to stop the development of countries like China and Russia.  

“There is really no hope of stifling the success of the whole world,” he said. 

Hinkle also commented on the crisis in Ukraine, including the recent reports about a missile attack on a outdoor market in the city of Konstantinovka. The analyst stated that the fact that Western media articles have, contrary to their usual reporting, decided to put the blame for the incident on Kiev, could indicate that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s time in office could be limited as critical voices begin to break through. 

“Any US asset abroad eventually meets its demise,”Hinkle said, noting the examples of Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden. “Zelensky, may, or may not, be close to meeting that cruel end,” he continued, pointing to the incredible amount of Ukrainian lives that have been lost in the “suicide mission” that is Kiev’s attempts to battle Russia’s forces. Hinkle stated that there should already be thousands of people flooding the streets of Ukraine protesting against the Kiev government, but, due to fear of being “imprisoned, or worse” these protests aren’t happening. 

As for his prognosis about the end of the conflict, Hinkle stated that he hopes Russia eventually succeeds in “liberating Ukraine from the Nazis.” He added that he believes Poland is likely to move into western Ukraine with the consent of Washington, which, along with London, wants to turn Europe into a new power. 

“They want Poland to rise, by joining with Ukraine. They want to build up the Nordic states on the border with Russia. And they want to hurt Germany, Italy and France,” Hinkle said, noting that the US is already pushing policies to stifle growth on those three countries, and blew up the Nord Stream pipeline, causing European economies to crash.



discord grains....

By Antoinette RadfordBBC News 

One of Ukraine's staunchest allies, Poland, has announced it will no longer supply weapons to the country as a diplomatic dispute over grain escalates.

The nation's prime minister said it would instead focus on arming itself with more modern weapons.

The move comes as tensions between the two nations rise. 

On Tuesday, Poland summoned Ukraine's ambassador over comments made by President Volodymyr Zelensky at the UN. 


He said some nations had feigned solidarity with Ukraine, which Warsaw denounced as "unjustified concerning Poland, which has supported Ukraine since the first days of the war".

Poland's prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, announced the decision to no longer supply Ukraine with weapons in a televised address on Wednesday after a day of rapidly escalating tensions between the two countries over grain imports.


"We are no longer transferring weapons to Ukraine, because we are now arming Poland with more modern weapons," Mr Morawiecki said.

The grain dispute began after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine all but closed the main Black Sea shipping lanes and forced Ukraine to find alternative overland routes.

That in turn led to large quantities of grain ending up in central Europe.

Consequently, the European Union temporarily banned imports of grain into five countries; Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia to protect local farmers, who feared Ukrainian grain was driving down the prices locally. 

The ban ended on 15 September and the EU chose not to renew it, but Hungary, Slovakia and Poland decided to keep on implementing it. 

The European Commission has repeatedly stated that it is not up to individual EU members to make trade policy for the bloc.


Earlier this week, Ukraine filed lawsuits to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against those countries over the bans, which it said were a violation of international obligations.

Ukraine's Economy Minister Yulia Svyrydenko said that "it is crucially important for us to prove that individual member states cannot ban imports of Ukrainian goods". 

But Poland said they would keep the ban in place, and a "complaint before the WTO doesn't impress us". 

Mr Morawiecki said they would increase the number of banned products from Kyiv if Ukraine escalates the grain dispute. Poland's foreign ministry added that "putting pressure on Poland in multilateral forums or sending complaints to international courts are not appropriate methods to resolve differences between our countries". 

Despite the ban, the three countries said they would still allow grain to be transported through them to other markets. 

Kyiv called for Poland to "leave emotion aside" after their ambassador was summoned and instead suggested the parties should adopt a constructive approach to resolving the dispute. 


The French Foreign Minister, Catherina Colonna said on Wednesday an EU study revealed Ukrainian grain imports would not cripple European farmers, and described the tensions as "regrettable".

Poland has provided much support to Ukraine as it defends itself against Russia, urging Germany to provide the country with Leopard 2 battle tanks, pledging fighter jets to the country and welcoming more than 1.5m refugees from Ukraine.





aussie cossack...

Simeon Boikov, a Sydney-born activist and videoblogger dubbed the ‘Aussie Cossack’ in his country for his unabashedly pro-Moscow stance, has been granted Russian citizenship.

His name was listed in a decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, which granted Russian nationality to 41 foreign-born applicants. 

Boikov has been drawing the ire of Australian media for years, with critics blasting him as a “propagandist” who is abusing the country’s supposedly relaxed free speech.

In January, Ukrainian ambassador to Canberra Vasily Miroshnichenko accused Boikov of exposing him to “a major telephone harassment campaign” by sharing his private phone number in a YouTube video. The diplomat filed a complaint with the Australian federal police over the incident.

Miroshnichenko was campaigning to ban Russian athletes from the Australian Open tennis championship at the time, and Boikov invited his followers to share their opinions on that to the diplomat. 

Later in the same month, the New South Wales Police reported that an arrest warrant had been issued in Boikov’s name, after he failed to show up for a court appointment. The case involved a scuffle between him and a elderly man during a pro-Ukrainian rally at Sydney’s Town Hall in December last year.

He was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm after the incident, with his passport revoked on the eve of a planned flight to Moscow. Boikov took shelter at the Russian consulate in Sydney, claiming to be a victim of persecution and petitioning for Russian citizenship. An Australian magistrate convicted Boikov in absentia in February.