The Daily Brief 2021-12-08


This daily summary contains 3 articles about; {article_tags} in the following categories; Anglo-5, Australia, Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News, Russia, United-States, Eu, United-Kingdom.

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Oppose this evil, or all that was once great and good in this world will be gone

Published 2021-12-08 23:49:26 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Australia, Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News

Rob Slane Without any shadow of doubt, we have entered one of the darkest periods in history. Just last week, following the example of other Governments, Frau Merkel announced the segregation of 12 million Untermenshcen, describing it as an “act of national solidarity”. Remarkable for many reasons, not least of which the language being eerily reminiscent of the Tag der Nationalen Solidarität (Day of National Solidarity), which was instituted by Frau Merkel’s most infamous predecessor back in 1934. Meanwhile in Australia, along with the internment camps they have built there, the authorities in the Northern Territories are now subjecting the Aboriginal folk to the kind of… Continue ->


War Over Ukraine? Putin Gives Biden a Reality Check

Published 2021-12-08 11:35:06 by Tom Winter in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States

Yesterday’s online talks between the presidents of Russia and the United States lasted two hours, with a summit agenda including bilateral relations, strategic stability, plus the situation in Ukraine, and NATO expansion. What did they discuss? The Kremlin described the conversation between Vladimir Putin and Joseph Biden as businesslike and frank. The Kremlin press service said in a statement that Ukrainian themes prevailed among the topics, in particular, Moscow noted the lack of progress in implementing of the 2015 Minsk agreements on Donbass. “The President of Russia, with specific examples, illustrated the destructive line of Kiev <…>, expressed serious concern… Continue ->


Tanking to War

Published 2021-12-08 00:54:21 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-Kingdom, United-States

Brian Cloughley We can only hope that President Biden will ignore the war fanatics and agree that negotiation is preferable to confrontation. One of the recent political absurdities in Europe was a stage-managed photo sequence of Britain’s foreign minister Liz Truss posing boldly but comfortably with her head and shoulders poking out of the turret of a British army tank. The pathetic charade took place in Estonia, close to Russia, when she visited British troops deployed there as part of the U.S.-Nato buildup along Russia’s western frontier. She was on her way to attend a meeting of foreign ministers of the U.S.-Nato… Continue ->


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