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I think Jacob is setting himself up to be wrong when he predicts that Washington will walk back the near-genocidal intensity of its anti-Russian propaganda. The neocons/neoliberals who control the American Federal Government, it’s foreign policy, and every non-elected bureaucracy within it, never admit mistakes or row anything back. And they hate Russia more than anything else on this planet.
They can afford not to have to walk anything back because the people they’ve turned into zombies via their saturation-bombing anti-Russian propaganda are not the sort of people who will remember or want to remember any of this a few weeks or months down the line.
And to guarantee that they will not remember it, they’ll have been herded along at a brisk trot (like the sheep they are) on to the next mesmerizing object the government wants to put in front of them as fully deserving of all their hatred. We’ve all read about this totalitarian technique in Orwell’s masterpiece, 1984.
The American masses will forget all the sooner because mainstream media and Big Tech will also implement a studied “radio silence” when it comes to the whole subject of Ukraine. It will disappear down an epistemic rabbit hole for most Americans. The way so many other foreign policy disasters engineered by the neocons/neoliberals have disappeared from public memory and discourse over the last few decades.
Here is a Google map that is updated every day. It is the same map as Defense politics Aaaasia uses… Someone once said “wartime is when people learn about geography” I bet most of you didn´t know where Donbass was before the February 24th 😉
Keep up the good work Mr. Dreizin. By the way, do you speak Russian, I´ve heard you pronounce Russian words and sentences a few times and my wife who´s Russian say it sounds almost without any accent. Da Pravda! 🙂
T read now that USA and EU intend to use oil from Iran and Venezuela as a replacement for Russian oil?
Is that feasible?
Great site great info well done
For those who want a daily Map update
I heartily second that recommendation. Military Summary and Analysis was early with the call that the Russians took Tatyanovka – based on his own analysis of observations in social media, not any official pronouncements – and with full recognition of its ramifications: the rapid collapse of the Ukrainian positions in Studenov and Sviatogorsk, and outflanking the Ukrainian defenses blocking the advance from the west, Bogorodychne and Dolnya. This could be the beginning of the end of Ukrainians holding Slavyansk.
All of the fake news reporters should be hanged. Tens of thousands of people’s lives are lost because of their evil.
Let’s be nice.
While western clamour for negotiations remains muted, I feel when this time comes Russia will be more reluctant to make concessions, too much blood has been spilt, this cannot avoid contaminating the soil in which compromise must grow. I feel the collective west must learn some hard lessons over its behaviours and attitudes towards Russia and its President, I welcome that reverse because for far too long, led by the United States, it has acted without regard to anyone else.
Hello. A daily dynamic map is available in english on the russian telegramm channel Rybar. About the “,map”, an information i got when i was 45 is that not everyone learns the same way, there are 3 different ways: the video, the audio and the kinesthetic. It is tough for someone who learns with video to keep focuses on audio.Even if what you or the duran talk about is interesting , for someone who learns with video we disconnect.The best example i can give you is i almost never asleep with Alex (whan he walks in the cities) but it happens often with Alexander (even if Alexander has a better level). Good work.
“Since 2014 the Ukraine has been a special project of the United States” — does it go back further? Consider the Orange Revolution (2004-5). In 2007, Globe and Mail correspondent Mark MacKinnon wrote:
The United States also played a leading role [in promoting pro-Western Mr. Yushchenko], as it came to see the Ukrainian election standoff as a major battle in a new cold war that it was fighting with a resurgent Kremlin for influence across Moscow’s old empire. The Bush administration was particularly keen to see a pro-Western figure as president to ensure control over a key pipeline running from Odessa on the Black Sea to Brody on the Polish border.
The outgoing president, Leonid Kuchma, had recently reversed the flow so the pipeline carried Russian crude south instead of helping U.S. producers in the Caspian Sea region ship their product to Europe.
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The Orange Revolution “was a well-organized street rally which had been based on the experience of the Serbian and Georgia revolutions,” says Sergei Markov, a Kremlin strategist sent to Kiev in 2004 to aid the Yanukovich campaign.
The Odessa-Brody pipeline is mentioned several times in the article. As this map shows, it is clearly in a strategic location, given its connection between Odessa and Europe by way of Hungary and Slovakia:
Incidentally, Ukrtransnafta owns the pipeline. It was reported that the oligarch Igor Kolomoisky, sponsor of President Zelensky, was most likely behind the armed take-over of Ukrtransnafta’s offices back in 2015.
You and Brian Berletic can give yourselves a pat on the back.
Shashank Joshi, Defence Editor at The Economist (rabid anti-Russia publication) on Twitter:
“One interesting thing I learnt recently: Ukraine is losing a lot of artillery because of poor maintenance: some of it is having to be sent back to Poland for repair. On the one hand, Ukraine absorbing Western hardware much faster than some expected. But this isn’t without issues.”
Factor in that with a disrupted rail network, its +700 miles by road from the Donbass to Poland…
Biden/US administration can’t find reverse or pause. To even pivot for them on Ukr/Russia seems a stretch too far. I suspect that they may attempt to shift the spotlight to other issues with MSM support and quietly try negotiating with Russia on some deal, but I don’t feel Russia (or China) will be in the mood to do favors for Dems midterm prospects.
Biden/US administration is an avalanche of incompetence and corruption. The November election will be about the economy for voters.
When it comes to the electorate, “walking back” the “foaming at the mouth” people might not be so easy over here. There was a lot of Russia hate dormant in Europe. Now it’s been aroused the politicians might have trouble putting it back in the box.
So suicide by sanction will be with us for a while yet. Especially since the politicians, particularly in Germany, see energy sanctions as the surest road to Net Zero.
Why should the Russians talk? They’re dealing with liars who break every agreement. And apart from that they’re winning.
Very brave to predict what the Brandon regime will do. I would only observe they mostly do the opposite of what they should do. Seems you’re pridicting they will do something that would make sense, so I would go to ten and give you 2 to 1. If I were a gambler.
No, they aren’t walking back the Russia-hate. Ukraine is on the front page of the NY Times AND the WaPo. Today Mark Miller directly compared Russia to Nazi Germany in remarks for D-Day.
No, there is nothing Ukraine/Russia-related “above the fold” on today’s WaPo print edition cover, and, nothing at all on same for the New York Times (above or below the fold.) Clearly you are not speaking to what I spoke to in my video. Perhaps, watch it again.
Allegedly DC, London and Brussels are working on a “negotiated settlement” (amongst themselves, behind Ukraine’s back) to offer Russia. Now, given the vitriol, spite and hatred they have directed towards Russia, economically, culturally and militarily, am I alone in thinking that when the time comes, given that Vlad is already holding every ace in the deck (and one or two up his sleeve), it will be a remake (sans violence) of that epic bar scene at the end of Unforgiven?
The hubris and lack of self-awareness of that which they have been engaged in requires more than a modicum of payback, and aside from the Ukraine itself, I cannot imagine begging Putin to take back his $300b in frozen foreign reserves is going to cut the mustard.
Go long popcorn.
There is no point in negotiating with Ukraine. Anyone who us intelligent enough to consider a concession might be out of power before the ink dries. 8 years and 2 Minks agreements got Ukraine into this war. It seems that entire cabinet is made of millennials formally employer in entertainment, who think they are shooting a mini-series.
Talking about propaganda, remember that montage image you posted on Con Coughlin’s articles at the Daily Telegragh, Jacob?
Grab a barf-bag, and check out the Daily Express’s offerings. Only since yesterday on the first search page, mind you!
The mind boggles.
The US will say Ukraine decided to surrender it was their decision. Back to before the “inflict pain on Russia,” and all the American minions will believe poor Ukranians tried their best. Then Russia as a conquerer could still be hated. Maybe even more. The U S will not change the narrative of America the good. facing an unfathomable world of enemies.
Can we assume that most civilians were evacuated from Severodonetsk while the Russians held all of the commercial/residential areas? If the Ukes want to make one last push there the Russians may just back out of town and saturate the area with artillery. Lots of infrastructure damage but it may be worth it to inflict a major defeat on the Ukes, especially since these troops are nationalist heavy.
good on the rumble acct. but the embed video from todays 6/6 post hasn’t made it there. I prefer to avoid yuetube when possible. screw them. thank you for your time and efforts though
It will be there in next hour
Stay a great American Jacob!
Maybe it’s the same thing, but they’ll imply that they’ve been saying it all along – they’re never wrong!