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    White House press secretary Jen Psaki harshly criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday for delivering a Victory in Europe Day speech while continuing to wage war in Ukraine. Psaki claimed that Putin's speech was presenting "revisionist history" and was part of the Kremlin's "disinformation factory." "While President Putin and the Russian people celebrated Victory Day today, we're seeing Russian forces commit war crimes and atrocities in Ukraine as they engage in a brutal war that is causing so much suffering and needless destruction," Psaki stated. "This day is supposed to be about celebrating peace and unity in Europe and the defeat of Nazis in World War II. That is what is celebrated every year in Russia as well." "Instead, Putin is perverting history — changing history, to try it, or attempting to change it, I should say — to justify his unprovoked and unjustified war, which has brought catastrophic loss of life and immense human suffering," she continued. Psaki proceeded to recount the recent actions the administration has taken to provide security, financial, and humanitarian support to Ukraine, including banning...
    VLADIMIR Putin could escalate the war in Ukraine by sending in 600,000 troops and may decide to launch a tactical nuclear strike, a former NATO commander has warned. Sir James Everard, who served as NATO's Deputy Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, said the only way out for Putin now was to "significantly escalate" his forces in Ukraine or send in the nukes. 5 5Sir James said using nukes would be a 'grand strategic failure' on Russia's partCredit: Dan Charity - The Sun Speaking with The Sun Online, the commander said war-hungry Vlad - who had been expected to announce all-out war against Ukraine at today's Victory Day parade - was now "in trouble". Sir James warned said Putin faces being toppled by his generals if he didn't secure a solid victory in Ukraine soon. "He is in a terrible place. It was entirely of his own making," Sir James said. "I can't see him achieving his objectives without escalating conventionally." MORE ON THE WAR IN UKRAINEMISSILE MOUNTAIN Huge pile of missiles lays bare scale of Russia’s bombardment of UkraineFRESH HORROR...
    THE head of Britain's Armed Forces has said that a humiliated Vladimir Putin is running out of missiles trying to defeat Ukraine. Admiral Sir Tony Radakin claimed that the Russian president could be running low on armaments due to firing more than expected on the brave Ukrainians. 3Admiral Sir Tony Radakin claimed that Russia have now lost 25 per cent of all its forces in UkraineCredit: Talk TV 3Sir Tony believes Vladimir Putin is running out of missiles as a result of the Ukraine invasionCredit: AFP He also claimed that Russia have now lost 25 per cent of all its forces in Ukraine and are "struggling" to get any momentum in the Donbas region. It comes after reports that senior figures in the Russian army and security services have become increasingly frustrated with the sickly tyrant's handling of the deadly war. Sir Tony believes that Putin underestimated Ukraine before he ordered the initial Russian offensive. He said to TalkTV: "He potentially has a problem, because the rate of expenditure and the toughness of the fight is totally different to the one that he perceived...
    The UK has predicted that Vladimir Putin will use Russia's victory day parade on May 9 to announced the mass mobilisation of his population for a final push in Ukraine. Speaking on Friday, Britain's Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said that the Russian president might declare a new war against the world's 'Nazis' at the parade which sees Moscow mark the end of Russia's involvement in the Second World War. Putin launched his illegal invasion of Ukraine on February 24, calling it a 'special military operation' to 'de-nazify' Russia's neighbour - despite its president Volodymyr Zelensky being Jewish, and the far-right enjoying little support in the country. With Putin's military having failed in their first wave of military objectives, Moscow has re-focused its efforts on seizing both the east and southern coast of Ukraine. However, as in the first months of the invasion, Russian forces are being met with heavy Ukrainian resistance from Kyiv's determined armies. Some analysts had predicted that Putin wanted to be in a position where he could declare some form of victory on May 9. But with Russia's victory...
    Wladimir Klitschko has suggested he could make a sensational return to professional boxing - but only when the war in Ukraine is over and there is no Russian threat.  The 46-year-old - who was a world champion at heavyweight level for 11 years - retired in August 2017 following his defeat against Anthony Joshua at Wembley earlier that year. The Ukrainian has in the years since stayed away from the ring and after Russia invaded his homeland in February, he joined the Kyiv Territorial Defence in response to Vladimir Putin's assault.  Yet in an interview with German outlet BILD following Tyson Fury's victory over Dillian Whyte on Saturday night Klitschko - whose brother Vitali is also a former world champion and is now Mayor of Kyiv - says he has not ruled out donning his gloves once again.  'I also learned that despite the war, you shouldn't forget life. Sport is part of my life. I'm delighted that Tyson Fury won,' he said.  'Who knows, I don't want to promise anything big here, but if I'm in good shape and,...
    Some of that famous Ukrainian mud that helped defeat Russia's attempt to take Kyiv. The big news for now: Check out NASA FIRMS satellite imagery, designed to spot forest fires, but also great at tracking the front lines of a war. This is Kyiv and Chernihiv today:  What we’re seeing there is a whole lot of … nothing. The artillery has stopped. For comparison, here is imagery from a few days ago:  Russia actually pulled out. Its surrender in the Battle for Kyiv is complete.  While we still don’t have visual confirmation, this was reported earlier today:  x#Russians have abandoned Hostomel airport, per sr. US defense official #UkraineUnderAttack #UkraineRussianWar— Carla Babb (@CarlaBabbVOA) March 31, 2022 Hostomel is just north of Bucha, the site of some of the most vicious fighting in this war. You might recall in the early days of the war, when Russia kept air-dropping airborne VDV forces at the airport, while still surrounded by enemy territory, costing Russia hundreds of dead paratroopers. Eventually, Russia’s land forces reached the airport and Bucha, and that’s where the assault was stopped, on the...
    PRESIDENT Zelensky said 16,000 Russian troops are dead as his soldiers prepared to retake the first city that Putin seized.  The Ukrainian leader, 44, said his troops delivered powerful blows to Moscow’s forces and urged the Kremlin to negotiate an end to the war.  4Ukraine could recapture Kherson todayCredit: AFP 4Zelensky said Russia had lost 16,000 troopsCredit: AFP 4Putin's forces are said to be refocusing on "liberating" the Donbas regionCredit: EPA 4 But he warned he would never let any Ukrainian territory be handed over to tyrant Putin, 69, in a deal.  It came as adviser to Ukraine's ministry of defence Markian Lubkivskyi predicted troops could take back Kherson in the south today.  But he said he was sceptical over the Russian President’s claims his forces will no longer try to take the whole nation.  He told BBC Radio 4’s Today: "We cannot believe the statements from Moscow because there's still a lot of untruth and lies from that side. READ MORE ON UKRAINE WARVLAD'S BUTCHERS Inside Putin’s bloodthirsty top brass who bomb hospitals and gas kidsSICK THREAT 'Butcher of...
    President Biden has warned that Vladimir Putin is actively considering using chemical weapons in his invasion of Ukraine. That may be surprising to some, but it shouldn’t be. Moscow has been engaging in a dangerous game of escalation. The logic that existed prior to the conflict is just as strong today: Russia is periodically forcing a scenario where it must either escalate or risk acknowledging defeat by backing down in Ukraine. Some have found comfort in the fact that Russia has not yet used chemical weapons, suggesting that any threat to do so may well just be a bluff. This is almost certainly misplaced. At the start of the conflict, Russia was out to quickly and decisively decapitate the Ukrainian government and seize Kyiv. Russia wanted a swift military maneuver that would precipitate in Ukraine’s surrender. When that was not forthcoming, Russia engaged in further escalatory military action in the country’s east and south. After facing unexpectedly stubborn resistance, Russia’s campaign took an increasingly dirty turn. Hospitals, theaters, schools, and more are targets in Russia’s quest to capture Ukraine, as...
    by Newt Gingrich   As President Joe Biden prepares to go to Europe, we must recognize that, unless things change, there are likely to be two outcomes to the Russian war on Ukraine – and both are bad for America and the rule of law. First, the terror campaign of destroying cities and killing women and children is having a devastating effect. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, out of compassion for his people, is talking more and more about a negotiated settlement. A negotiated settlement will clearly give Vladimir Putin most of what he wants. It will be a Russian victory – an expensive Russian victory, but a Russian victory. A negotiated settlement with Russia winning will be a disaster for the rule of law. It will be a signal to dictators everywhere that with a weak American President and timid democracies, despots can attack their neighbors with virtual impunity. Second, Putin’s refusal to negotiate could backfire, and the steadily improving Ukrainian Army could start driving Russian forces back. This would create humiliation for Putin. In that circumstance, Putin could resort...
    London rally, March 13. Beware the Ides of March. US-China Perception Monitor:  Possible Outcomes of the Russo-Ukrainian War and China’s Choice Update on March 13, 2022: The following article was submitted by the author to the Chinese-language edition of the US-China Perception Monitor. The article was not commissioned by the US-China Perception Monitor, nor is the author affiliated with the Carter Center or the US-China Perception Monitor. Russia’s ‘special military operation’ against Ukraine has caused great controversy in China, with its supporters and opponents being divided into two implacably opposing sides. This article does not represent any party and, for the judgment and reference of the highest decision-making level in China, this article conducts an objective analysis on the possible war consequences along with their corresponding countermeasure options. Fascinating piece, worth a read. xIt was a bad day for the People's Convoy out in Hagerstown as they were hit with a few inches of snow and are now worried about getting stuck in the mud around the dirt speed track.— Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) March 12, 2022 Francis Fukuyama/AMERICAN PURPOSE: Preparing for Defeat...
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