Wednesday 4 January 2023


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Deception Delusion and Handing Taxpayers Money To War Criminals For a Lost Cause

International Humanitarian Law specifically protects hospitals. 

On January 3, 2023, Ukrainian formations fired from the HIMARS MLRS at the central district hospital in the city of Tokmak, Zaporozhye region. 

During the shelling, the hospital lived its normal life: doctors and nurses provided assistance to local residents affected by the shelling. At that moment, Ukrainian formations hit the medical facility.

The commander of a separate medical sanitary battalion, major of the medical service Alexander Seikaev, personally organized the evacuation and shelter of patients and visitors to the medical institution. After the evacuation, he returned and stayed with non-transportable seriously ill patients. These people, unfortunately, did not have time to evacuate to a safe place.

But a real doctor decided to be with his patients to the end, like a captain who cannot leave the ship until all crew members and passengers, without exception, leave it.

Unfortunately, Major Seikaev died along with the patients who were in the building, when several more attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine were inflicted on the hospitals. The officer was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage.

The Geneva Conventions and their additional protocols stipulate that the sick and wounded, medical staff, hospitals and mobile medical units may under no circumstances be the object of attack. 

This also applies to wounded military personnel being treated in the hospital and to armed medical workers – if they are armed to defend their lives and those of the wounded.

January 2023

Rishi Sunak promises more military aid for Ukraine's fight against Russia in the coming weeks in new call with Zelensky as they discuss ways to 'bring victory closer'

Mr Sunak told the Ukrainian president that the country could 'count on the UK to continue to support it for the long term'.

A Downing Street spokesperson said: 'The leaders discussed the abhorrent drone attacks on Ukraine in recent days, and the Prime Minister said the thoughts of the UK were with the Ukrainian people as they continued to live under such bombardment.

'The Prime Minister said Ukraine could count on the UK to continue to support it for the long term, as demonstrated by the recent delivery of more than 1,000 anti-air missiles.


At 5 January 2023 at 00:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

GCHQ - Just Listening ?

JEREMY Fleming, the head of GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters), one of three leading spy agencies in the UK, has publicly discussed the agency’s wish to promote ‘pre-bunking’ – feeding the public with information designed to undermine narratives before they even appear on social media. In other words, spy agencies originally tasked with monitoring events are now engaged in spreading propaganda about things that haven’t actually happened, and probably have been doing so for a long time.

Fleming described pre-bunking as a process of issuing ‘public warnings’. This is, you will appreciate, a misuse of the term since the ‘public’ are not aware that they are hearing ‘warnings’. They are being fed information or denied access to information without being told who is ultimately controlling the narrative. This is happening all over the world, as revealed by Elon Musk’s revelations about the role of the FBI in closely censoring Twitter content.

At 5 January 2023 at 01:06 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leaked files reveal the Anomaly 6 spy firm is providing intelligence to the British military through a cut-out involved in the Kerch Bridge bombing and other acts of dangerous sabotage in the Ukraine conflict.

On December 6th, The Grayzone revealed how British military and intelligence agencies were deploying technology created by shadowy private intelligence firm Anomaly 6 to illegally spy on citizens across the globe.

The company’s technology effectively transforms every individual on Earth into a potential target for surveillance and/or asset recruitment by monitoring the movements of their smartphone. Anomaly 6 embeds tracking software in popular applications, then slices through layers of theoretically anonymous data to uncover a wealth of sensitive information about a device’s owner.

Anomaly 6’s services are provided to Britain’s soldiers and spies through Prevail Partners, a private military company which The Grayzone has exposed as Whitehall’s arm’s-length cutout for prosecuting its proxy war in Ukraine. The firm has constructed a secret partisan terror army on Kiev’s behalf, and helped plan the Kerch Bridge bombing by Ukraine’s services.

Now, the Grayzone can reveal that Prevail is exploiting Anomaly 6 to provide “decision-enabling intelligence to the UK’s defence and security architecture.”

Files anonymously leaked to this outlet reveal that Britain’s Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) has used Anomaly 6’s technology to monitor and track the movements of Russian military and intelligence personnel in real-time, on both a group and individual basis. Through aggressive harvesting of data, the technology has enabled the planning of military offensives and artillery attacks, assassinations, asset recruitment, and other measures.

The leaked files raise serious questions about whether Anomaly 6’s technology has been used throughout the Ukraine conflict in an array of targeted operations against specific individuals and infrastructure. If it has, Britain bears ultimate responsibility for the outcome of these disturbing actions, which in some cases amount to crimes against humanity.


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