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Trump pulls US out of Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty
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Putin threatens to build new missiles after Trump pulls US out of Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty
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'Vladimir Putin announced Russia will develop new intermediate-range missiles as he pulled the country out of a Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty – mirroring a similar move by President Trump.

“The American partners have declared that they suspend their participation in the deal, we suspend it as well,” Mr Putin said during a televised meeting with foreign and defence ministers.

“They have announced they will conduct research and development, and we will act accordingly.”

He ordered the Russian military to start work on creating new missiles, including hypersonic weapons, and told ministers not to initiate disarmament talks with Washington. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov aso accused the US of an “outright violation” of the treaty and other arms deals.

It comes after Donald Trump announced on Friday that the US will withdraw from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty with Russia in six months “unless Russia comes back into compliance”.

The pact, signed by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987, banned both countries from possessing or test-firing ground-launched cruise missiles with a range between 300 and 3,100 miles.

Russia has been accused of violating the deal by developing a cruise missile, known as 9M729, which has a reported range of 300 to 3,400 miles. The Kremlin denies the allegation and claimed the US has deployed defence systems capable of launching intermediate-range missiles in Romania.'



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US senators re-introduce Russian sanctions 'bill from hell'
« Reply #226 on: Feb 14, 2019, 06:24:01 am »
 

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US senators re-introduce Russian sanctions 'bill from hell'
http://www.rt.com/usa/451406-sanators-bill-sanctions-russia-lng/





'A group of senators have introduced a bill suggesting a wide range of sanctions against Russia.

The bill, sponsored by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham (South Carolina) and Democrat Bob Menendez (New Jersey) will target Russia’s banking and energy sectors, as well as its foreign debt. The Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act (DASKA) of 2019 may affect individuals who the US would deem to “facilitate illicit and corrupt activities, directly or indirectly, on behalf of Putin.”

Graham introduced a similar bill last year, dubbed the “sanctions bill from hell.” The bill that failed to pass would have also called on Congress to declare Russia a “state sponsor of terrorism,” would have make it harder for the US to leave NATO, and would have accused Russia of committing war crimes in Syria, among a laundry list of other provisions. Similar ideas were relocated to the new proposal. “President Trump’s willful paralysis in the face of Kremlin aggression has reached a boiling point in Congress,” Menendez said in a statement on Wednesday. Graham, an ally of Trump, echoed the sentiment of the fellow lawmaker, minus his criticism of the president.

“The sanctions and other measures contained in this bill are the most hard-hitting ever imposed – and a direct result of Putin’s continued desire to undermine American democracy,” he wrote.

Russian interference in American elections has never been proven. A handful of Russian nationals have been charged with interference, but those indictments are largely symbolic.

Graham and Menendez’ bill comes one day after the Senate Intelligence Committee announced it had found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election. Another House investigation came to the same conclusion last year.

Regardless of the committee’s conclusion, Graham and Menendez’ bill promises a raft of hard-hitting sanctions on Russia. These sanctions target banks that “support Russian efforts to undermine democratic institutions in other countries,” sanctions on Russia’s cyber sector, and sovereign debt.'



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Parents blame… UK government, British media, but not Russia
« Reply #227 on: Feb 16, 2019, 07:16:41 am »
 

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Parents of woman killed by ‘poison used on Skripal’ blame… UK government, British media, but not Russia
http://www.rt.com/uk/451587-amesbury-victim-family-blame-govt-skripal/





The grieving parents of Dawn Sturgess, the only person killed in the bizarre Skripal poisoning affair, say they are angry at the British government and press, but don’t hate Russia, which London made the villain in the story.

In an interview with the Guardian, Stan and Caroline Sturgess blamed the government for settling Sergei Skripal, the former double agent at the heart of the Salisbury poisoning scandal, in the Wiltshire town. They believe this decision started the chain of events that led to the death of Dawn, who lived in Amesbury, some 7 miles (12 kilometers) to the north. Neither Moscow, nor the Russians that London has been accusing of attempting to kill Skripal with a “military-grade poison” are the sides they feel are immediately responsible for what happened.

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“I can’t take it personally,” said Caroline. Stan added: “If they’d targeted Dawn specifically, it would be different.” He said of the alleged attackers: “I don’t care if they are arrested or put in prison.”


While the two don’t dispute the accusations against Russia, they apparently don’t buy into the framing of what happened to Skripal as an over-the-top attack on Britain. “He took risks – he must have known there was a chance people were still after him,” Caroline said.

They also believe their own government is not being forthcoming about what happened.

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I want justice from our own government. What are they hiding? I don’t think they have given us all the facts. If anyone, I blame the government for putting Skripal in Salisbury.


The mistrust could have something to do with the couple’s personal experience. They say the British authorities and media slandered their daughter to make her death fit a narrative that they wanted. Initially painted as an asocial drug addict, Dawn was more of a hippie type, who may have had problems with booze, but didn’t take recreational drugs.

“They were trying to get out the message that ‘this couldn’t happen to you, don’t worry, it’s because of their lifestyle’,” Caroline said referring to Dawn and her partner, Charlie Rowley, who survived after being poisoned with the same substance that killed Dawn.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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Gavin Williamson: Russia is getting away with murder
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/feb/15/gavin-williamson-russia-is-getting-away-with-murder





'Foreign operations by private Russian security groups allow the Kremlin to get away with murder while denying it has blood on its hands, the UK defence secretary has said.

Days after a speech in which he appeared to threaten to send aircraft carriers to confront China in the South China Sea, Gavin Williamson again struck a bellicose tone, risking further damage to an already dire relationship with Russia by accusing it of acting recklessly over the Salisbury novichok attack and trying to goad the west into a new arms race.

“We’ve seen Russian recklessness and disregard for life on the streets of Britain,” Williamson told the Munich security conference, an annual gathering of global foreign and defence officials. “The Kremlin is also taking the fight into the ‘grey zone’. Operating without rules using espionage, military, political, cyber, economic and even criminal tools to undermine its competitors … Their clandestine use of proxies – mercenary armies – like the infamous and unaccountable Wagner group, allows the Kremlin to get away with murder while denying the blood on their hands.

“Nato matters more today, because an old adversary is very much back in the game,” he added, accusing Russia of breaching the intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) treaty and “trying to goad the west into a new arms race it simply is not interested in and does not want, making the world a less safe place”.

Russia suspended the INF treaty this month after Washington announced it would withdraw in six months unless Russia ends what the US says are violations of the 1987 pact. Moscow denies those allegations and says Washington is the one flouting the rules. It has accused the US of inventing a false pretext to exit a treaty it wanted to leave anyway in order to develop new missiles. Washington has denied that.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
« Reply #229 on: Feb 18, 2019, 07:12:15 am »
 

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Trolling Russia, or mocking British paranoia? HUGE Russian flag flies from Salisbury Cathedral
http://www.rt.com/uk/451666-salisbury-cathedral-huge-russian-flag/





The English city synonymous with the poisoning of a Russian double-agent woke to a peculiar sight this morning – an enormous Russian flag waving down from Salisbury’s cathedral, famed for its 123-meter spire.




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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror - Skripals Hoax
« Reply #230 on: May 18, 2019, 10:39:46 am »
 

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The OPCW, Douma & The Skripals
http://off-guardian.org/2019/05/17/updated-the-opcw-douma-the-skripals/





'In view of the latest revelations from the leaked report, which seem to prove that at least some elements of the Douma “chemical attack” were entirely staged, we want to take look back at the chaotic events of Spring 2018.
<ul>
 <li>What was the agenda behind the Douma false flag?</li>
 <li>Why was the US response seemingly token and ineffective?</li>
 <li>Why was the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson fired?</li>
 <li>What agenda tied the Skripal case to the Douma attack?</li>
</ul>
The following is an extract from an article by Catte originally published April 14th last year, which takes on a greater weight in light of certain evidence – not only that the Douma attack was faked, but that the OPCW is compromised.

You can read the whole article <a href="https://off-guardian.org/2018/04/14/the-skripal-event-and-the-douma-gas-attack-two-acts-in-the-same-drama/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">here[/url]. <strong>PRIMARILY UK INITIATIVE?</strong>

The neocon faction in the US is usually (and reasonably) regarded as the motivator behind much of the western aggression in the Middle East.

Since at least 2001 and the launch of the “War on Terror” the US has led the way in finding or creating facile excuses to fight oil wars and hegemonic wars and proxy wars in the region. But this time the dynamics look a little different.

This time it really looks as if the UK has been setting the pace of the “response”.

The fact (as stated above) that Mattis was apparently telegraphing his own private doubts a)about the verifiability of the attacks, and b)about the dangers of a military response suggests he was a far from enthusiastic partaker in this adventure.

Trump’s attitude is harder to gauge. His tweets veered wildly between unhinged threats and apparent efforts at conciliation. But he must have known he would lose (and seemingly has lost) a great part of his natural voter base (who elected him on a no-more-war mandate) by an act of open aggression that threatened confrontation with Russia on the flimsiest of pretexts.

Granted the US has been looking for excuses to intervene ever more overtly in Syria since 2013, and in that sense this Douma “initiative” is a continuation of their longterm policy. It’s also true Russia was warning just such a false flag would be attempted in early March. But in the intervening month the situation on the ground has changed so radically that such an attempt no longer made any sense.

A false flag in early March, while pockets of the US proxy army were still holding ground in Ghouta would have enabled a possible offensive in their support which would prevent Ghouta falling entirely into government hands and thereby also maintain the pressure on Damascus. A false flag in early April is all but useless because the US proxy army in the region was completely vanquished and nothing would be gained by an offensive in that place at that time.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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