“I want the Kiev authorities and their true handlers in the West to hear me now, and I want everyone to remember this: the people living in Lugansk and Donetsk, in Kherson and Zaporozhye have become our citizens, forever.” (Applause.)President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, on the occasion of Signing of treaties on accession of Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics and Zaporozhye and Kherson regions to Russia
This is a momentous event and one that marks the beginning of a new era in the annals of the history of mankind. Mark the date well, September 30, 2022. Other important dates will follow, with the next being today, October 1, 2022 – the day Russia will, I fully expect, finish off any hopes the nazi hordes of Ukraine have to prevent the dawn of this new era, with a determined stand of galant Russian forces in the town of Krasny Liman (Lyman?).
Russia is standing on solid ground under international law (as laid down in the UN Charter) with the new accessions. As Putin has said, they – “have become our citizens, forever.”
It does not matter whether the west, or even the western biased UN Secretary General – Antonio Guterres (who carries no authority to make biased political statements on behalf of the organisation regarding interpretation of those laws) – agrees or not. They are merely sore losers. The majority of the world will stand behind Russia – since the majority of the world now sees the crumbling west for what it is – an evil entity of decadent terrorism that has held sway in the world for far too long, and is now so severely self-emaciated that it is incapable of resisting the move to a more liberating world order. Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian MFA, has it right – ‘Guterres not authorized to interpret UN Charter — Russian foreign ministry’ – TASS.
The west will not be able to curb its frenzy of Russia hatred of course. They are too far gone to view their own actions objectively. And that puts them in great danger, because Russia is deadly serious about this. The west, if it wants the opportunity to continue through its deconstruction phase to perhaps rebuild later (maybe much later), had better have a serious look at the situation, and finally (they could have done this much earlier – saving many thousands [potentially millions] of lives in what has already, and what will soon now eventuate if they don’t) accept the prior Russian demands with all seriousness of thought and action.
I can’t say any more just now. I want to get my thoughts out there, for my own sake and with little expectation that they will make any difference. But, you know, there’s still hope.
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