Biden: The World Is Witnessing The “Beginning Of A Russian Invasion of Ukraine”

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    Joe Biden claims that the world is now witnessing the “beginning of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.” He also joined in the ratcheting up of tensions by issuing sanctions on Russia over its “invasion.”

    Biden’s remarks followed an address from Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Russian public on Monday evening, when the ruler announced he was recognizing the independence of two Russia-backed separatist areas in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region: the self-proclaimed People’s Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk (DNR and LNR). This prompted a set of sanctions from Western countries, including Germany halting approval of a major gas pipeline from Russia, according to a report by ABC News

    Ukraine’s military has also announced that it has begun calling up some reservists in response to an order from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. About 36,000 troops aged 18-60 will be called to follow the commands of their master and engage in a war. Zelensky emphasized that it was not yet a full mobilization but just the “active reserve,” or troops with combat training. He also said the order was necessary because Ukraine’s military now needs to be at “heightened readiness” for any changes in the situation on the ground with Russia.

    The Ukraine Security Council has also called for a nationwide state of emergency following Putin’s move. According to a report by Aljazeera, the measure, which must be formally approved by the parliament, requires stepped-up document and vehicle checks among other measures, the council’s secretary Oleksiy Danilov said on Wednesday.

    Tensions continue to rise as the rulers begin to demand others use force and violence to harm their fellow humans living on a different plantation.

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    Government troops in front-line trenches in Ukraine’s east said on Monday heavy weapons fire from Russian-backed separatists had intensified to provoke all-out conflict. This comes as rulers in the U.S. continue fear-mongering of Russia seeking a pretext for a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, according to Reuters. 

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      11 Comments

      1. Anonymous

        So what does he intend to do about it?

        FWIW, the Ukraine has been shelling civilian cities in the Donbas for over a week now. Maybe under orders from Biden to protect his interests in the Ukraine.

      2. Reprint

        “World events do not occur
        by accident. They are made
        to happen, whether it is to do
        with national issues or with
        commerce; and most of them are staged and managed by those who
        hold the purse strings.”
        ~ Denis Healey

      3. Covid 19

        What about me? Focus on
        me. Forget the war. Look at
        me! Look at ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
        ~ Covid 19

      4. Ha!!

        Hope they don’t push our
        fearless leader too far.
        Then again, a light breeze
        would also topple Joe.

      5. Antonio Faucist Tyrannus

        Obviously this is all part of the globalist plan to establish their Great Reset. Unfortunately most people are clueless about reality because they watch and read Fox, CNN, Washington Post, New York Times, and other official misinformation sources.

      6. Salite

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        Ukraine calls emergency, urges citizens to leave Russia; Putin marks military holiday
        By United Press International -February 23, 2022

        Supporters of Ukraine rally at United Nations headquarters in New York City on February 17 as the U.N. Security Council holds a meeting on the Russia-Ukraine standoff. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
        Feb. 23 (UPI) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday showed no signs of backing down over Ukraine — despite a spate of new economic sanctions from all directions and more certain to come — and used the crisis to mark Defender of the Fatherland Day across Russia.

        After declaring two pro-Russian, separatist-held regions of eastern Ukraine independent earlier this week and moving troops into the areas, Putin essentially said on Wednesday that Russia’s security interests are non-negotiable.

        “Our country is always open for a direct and honest dialogue, for searching diplomatic solutions to the most complicated issues, but I should repeat that Russia’s interests and the security of its citizens are unconditional,” he said, according to the state-run TASS news agenc.

        “That is why we will continue developing, upgrading the army and fleet, increase their efficiency.”

        Putin this week moved Russian troops into the Luhansk and Donetsk regions for “peacekeeping” purposes after declaring them independent of Ukraine. The regions, collectively known as the Donbass, have considered themselves independent for years but no other country had recognized them until Putin did Monday. Ukrainian forces have been at war with the Kremlin-backed separatists in the Donbass since 2014.

        Some Western leaders, including U.S. President Joe Biden, view Putin’s new troop deployment as an invasion of Ukraine.

        In Kiev on Wednesday, the government moved to declare a state of emergency and told 2.5 million Ukrainian citizens living in Russia to leave immediately over fears of an invasion by Moscow.

        The Ukrainian foreign ministry said Russia’s increased aggression could lead to significant restrictions with limited “consular assistance.”

        Kiev’s state of emergency will last for 30 days, but could be extended to 60, a Ukrainian official said.

        There were signs of another meeting between Putin and Biden to discuss a diplomatic resolution to the crisis, but such a summit is now seen as unlikely, given Putin’s actions this week. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Tuesday that a Biden-Putin meeting is not currently in the plans.

        “Who in the Lord’s name does Putin think gives him the right to declare new so-called countries on territory that belongs to his neighbors?” Biden said during an address Tuesday updating the crisis. “This is a flagrant violation of international law and demands a firm response from the international community.”

        Another scheduled meeting between U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov, scheduled for Thursday, has also been called off.

        Putin, in the meantime, said he remains open to diplomacy to resolve the crisis — but showed little indication that he intends to change course in Ukraine, which has drawn Russian aggression partly due to its aspiration to join NATO.

        “Today ensuring the defense capacity of our country remains a prior task of the state, whereas armed forces serve as a safe guarantee of national security, the peaceful life of our citizens, the stable, gradual development of Russia,” Putin said Wednesday in remarks to commemorate Defender of the Fatherland Day, an annual holiday honoring Moscow’s military and marking the creation of the Red Army in 1918.

        “We see how challenging the international situation is, what risks the existing challenges pose, such as destabilizing the system of control over arms or NATO’s military activity. Russia’s urging to create a system of equal and indivisible security that would protect all countries remains unanswered.”

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        Russiahoax February 23, 2022 At 7:29 pm
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        Nobody in America gives a shite what Russia is doing in Ukraine when we’re walking past dead homeless people in the streets of San Francisco or hearing about children shot in Chicago. Or paying 5 bucks a gallon for gas. FU morons. What a JOKE the USA has become under Biden! Weak. Weak. Weak. Meanwhile CIA backed propaganda media channels like CNN and MSNBC IGNORE 1400 plus TERRORISTS and cartel drug dealers and mules bringing fentanyl daily coming over our US borders. IDIOTS! It’s none of the USA’s business what Russia does. Russia, by the way, helped the US WIN WW2, did you forget that you idiots? And while you illogically hate Russia you ignore CHINA persecuting Christians and minorities. Killing them? Brining us Covid? You FOOLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Russia is just a distraction from your own evil done within US government. You are evil to the core. Russia is none of the USA’s business especially when the USA can’t even protect it’s own borders or it’s own people dying in the streets. Enjoy your gas prices under Biden. And now his script writers trying to divert your stupid attention onto Russia while wanting you to ignore US border issues and US city crime and Biden’s enrichment in China and Ukraine. Idiots.

      7. Bill

        If only we had a president that was as equally concerned about our own borders. To defuse the whole situation all the US had to do was say Ukraine will not be admitted in NATO. There would be no crisis and nothing lost because Ukraine will never be in NATO anyway. We have weapons, troops, military facilities, or missiles pointed at Russia in every country adjacent to them. Who can blame them for not wanting a heavily NATO militarized Ukraine. That’s like shoving a gun in someone’s gut and expecting them to like it. How would we like it if they wanted to do the same say in Mexico, Bermuda, Bahamas, or Canada. For the neo-cons it is not about NATO or even Ukraine, these are just a red herring, it is about destroying Russia. The neo-cons want Russia destroyed for two reasons; they threw off Bolshevik communism, and it is a European / Christian country that is too powerful to bully.
        As for China, if it takes Taiwan there will only be the required official propaganda and temporary howls and then nothing, sanctions will be meaningless. China has thousands and thousands of US companies and corporations operating there, we are almost completely dependent on them for manufactures goods, they have basically cornered the global rare earth metals markets, and we owe them a ton of money. Oh, and one other, China has lots of influential Americans on the payroll.
        The gov’t / officialdom is not only allowing illegal immigration, it is facilitating it, against the wishes of a large majority of the citizens. No expense or method is being spared to bring in hordes of immigrants, even covertly, all while being caught in lie after lie about what is really happening on the border. It goes on unabated.
        Of course they are calling all this good gov’t. Isn’t everything just lovely!

      8. Zippy

        This is a wag the dog moment to distract the world from what has been going on. Period

      9. Jocko

        WOW! Sleepy Joe finally woke up!

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