Modern Russia is not the USSR, and this is why there are no calls from the Russian working-class for assistance from the International working-class! Modern
A group of Islamic Chechen Special Forces soldiers capture six AFU soldiers – all kidnapped from their homes by the Neo-Nazi Ukrainian State – and
“We are holding a solemn and respectful meeting dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the formation of the USSR (in 1922). Today the theme of the Centenary of the creation of the USSR is on the front page of our ongoing work. We will revive our land, and together with other fraternal and friendly nations we will build a peace-loving, strong, just, Socialist homeland – a ‘new’ USSR!” he said.
The US-backed President Zelensky of the Ukraine has stated that Sidorko was a “misunderstood” youth who needed an outlet for his youthful vigour! (Zelensky was reported as being “furious” – when he was unexpectedly asked at a recent Press Conference ‘How many sides does a football have’ by “Agents Provocateurs” – after he could not answer the question). Sidorko was planning on supporting the US Soccer team at the 2022 World Cup – but his hopes were dashed when he was informed Qatar was an “Islamic” country!
This reminds me of how the side supported by the US (acting within non-English speaking nations or regimes) always manages to give interviews (or holds
Until August, the advantage was on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Neo-Nazi National Guard – but after the change of leadership – the militia forces managed to turn the tide in their favour and encircle the Ukrainian Neo-Nazi Group (the so-called ‘Cauldrons’). In early September, the Minsk Protocol was signed in Belarus. The document, in particular, prescribed a significant reduction in military activity. During all eight years of the conflict, the parties will sign a number of such agreements. However, these agreements will be repeatedly violated by the Ukrainian side. It is important to note that during the acute phase of the conflict in Donbass, the Ukrainian side repeatedly used heavy weapons. At the same time, not only strategic objects, but also peaceful settlements were subjected to shelling. According to the UN, by mid-2021, about 9 thousand people became victims of the conflict (3.3 thousand civilians and 5.7 thousand militia) – although this number varies – with other estimates far higher. The number of refugees, according to the same report, amounted to 1.3 million (fleeing primarily into Russia).