Rebel. Neuroscientist. Philosopher.
"Let the lie come into the world, let it even triumph. But not through me." Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Jul 6 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
These track 2 talks might be meant to test the ground for a negotiated solution in Ukraine, which won't come easily and quickly, but they are above all a signal to Zelensky, from the Bidens, to deliver or bow down. 1/ nbcnews.com/news/world/for…
My humble opinion is that Biden wants to chose the next president of Ukraine before the US elections. Someone whom Biden can trust on the Bidens' family affairs in Ukraine, in a heated electoral contest in 2014. 2/
May 31 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
President Putin: "Not only were we deceived and told that there would be no NATO expansion to the east, but then, they also reached Ukraine." en.kremlin.ru/events/preside…
Putin: "In 2014, as you know, they carried out a coup d’état and simply began to destroy everyone who, one way or another, wanted to build normal relations with Russia.
They also unleashed a war and military operations in Donbass. Then they deceived everyone to keep their guard… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
May 30 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Gordon Hahn: "As I have written in my book Russian Tselostnost’ and in articles on related issues here, Russian thinkers prefer wholeness, unity, solidarity, communalism, and cooperation to what they view as Western division, partisanship, individualism, and competition."… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
"Fratricidal wars are the most brutal wars, and the NATO-Russian Ukraine war is no exception. Atrocities committed by both armies and each side’s trumpeting of the other’s crimes eventually will create a powerful dynamic of mutual antagonism and hate."
May 30 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
The war that NATO provoked in the heart of the European continent in Yougoslavia has never ended. It is a frozen conflict. NATO client Kosovo has been following the Ukraine playbook, provoking ethnic Serbs repeatedly, and now wants to unfreeze the conflict.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
NATO promotes membership in exchange of added 'security', but what it really does is provoking conflict for added security. This is the NATO business model. But I believe NATO will be terminated by its own clients because not all businesses can expand indefinitely, some end up… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Apr 16 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
The Kiev regime's suppression of internal political opinions that call for compromise, pragmatism and peace, is deep, to the point that they have created the conditions that render any future compromise to end the war nearly impossible. archive.is/IxmaK#selectio…
The only thing that will bring an end to the Ukraine war is a change of regime in Kiev because a Russian total defeat in Ukraine back to the pre-2014 border is impossible.
Apr 15 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
US trained soldiers in African countries have been responsible for a recent spate in military coups in their countries, sometimes repeatedly, three times in Mali and three times in Burkina Faso. rollingstone.com/politics/polit…
All military coup leaders in Africa have been trained by the US. They harbour ambitions because very often they are not well paid and well equipped, so they strive to topple the leadership and make gains for themselves.
Apr 14 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
"Macron, who was accompanied to China by dozens of French business leaders, was joined for part of his three-day visit by European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen in a gesture of common European purpose towards Beijing." ft.com/content/2ed66f…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
"Yet any sense of unity was undercut by arrangements that flattered the French leader with a banquet, military parade and other trappings of a state visit, while von der Leyen was excluded from several of the lavish events"
Mar 17 • 20 tweets • 6 min read
This, on the twentieth anniversary of the Iraq war. The ICC is always looking for ways to lose whatever credibility it might still have. theguardian.com/world/2023/mar…
Putin waged this war in part to protect ethnic Russians in Ukraine from the persecutions of the Kiev regime, he wasn't going to leave these children.
Mar 4 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
The Russian embassy in the UK is tweeting on the Skripals' 'poisoning', which happened five years ago, reminding us that it is via this event that the campaign to stigmatize Russia in the eyes of the world started in earnest. The UK gov prefers to remove from the people's… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Stumbled upon this on @timtron2020's timeline. It is from 2020, but it is timely. The efforts to discredit Russia in the West that started around Trump's election have multiple aspects, not the least poisoning stories, none of which withstands scrutiny. ahtribune.com/world/europe/r…
Mar 3 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Matt Taibbi reveals that the Obama established Global Engagement Center "kickstarted the process of shifting the national security establishment's focus from counterterrorism to 'disinformation', turning America's warfare mechanism inward" racket.news/p/twitter-file…
"The scary angle on GEC is not so much the agency as the sprawling infrastructure of “disinformation labs” that have grown around it."
Feb 16 • 17 tweets • 3 min read
Seymour Hersh's interview in @berlinerzeitungm (Thread, translated by DeepL):
"Joe Biden blasted Nord Stream because he didn't trust Germany." berliner-zeitung.de/politik-gesell…
Hersh retraces his story with the journalist, but what he makes clear is the repeated threats on Nord Stream from Biden and Nuland, before the Russian invasion.
Feb 15 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
An Israeli firm sought to influence more than 30 elections around the world for clients by hacking, sabotage and spreading disinformation, according to an undercover media investigation by Le Monde, El Pais, and Der Spiegel. lemonde.fr/en/pixels/arti…
You know who are the number one conveyors of fake news, doing it in the open without corrections, and without apologies? The media who did the investigation on the Israeli firm. 1/
Not the first time Trudeau wades into US politics and social divisions.
Usually, after a tragedy, a foreign head of state sends condolences to their counterparts, or via their counterparts, to the country in general.
What Trudeau is doing here is adopting social divisions and fractures from the US and projecting them onto the Canadian landscape.
Nov 20, 2022 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Gen. Milley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff: "The probability of a Ukrainian military victory, defined as kicking the Russians out of all of Ukraine, to include ... Crimea, the probability of that happening anytime soon is not high, militarily" news.yahoo.com/us-pressures-u…
Winter is coming to a Ukraine without electricity and Russia is preparing a winter offensive along the whole frontline. But I do not trust the Americans, they might want, with this latest call for political solution, a halt to the war, a temporary truce.
Nov 19, 2022 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
The missile that fell in Poland: the view from Moscow. The incident serves as a reminder that NATO serves the vital interests of the US, and the US only. rt.com/news/566725-us…
‘The US won’t sacrifice Chicago for Warsaw’
Nov 16, 2022 • 25 tweets • 4 min read
Yesterday, Nov 15, a prologue to WWIII happened on Twiter.
An anti-missile launched by Ukrainian forces lands in Poland killing two and destroying a tractor.
Immediately, Zelensky, his regime and their parrots in the media started accusing Russia. 1/
Imagine there was no dissent in the West.
Imagine we all believed Zelensky and his parrots that Russia was the culprit.
Today we would be marching toward a real WWIII.
Remember this the next time you read something in the media taken from the Kiev regime talking points. 2/
Nov 16, 2022 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
China's Xi giving lessons in statesmanship to clueless Trudeau.
Outside his fan base among the globalist Liberal elite, no one likes or respects Trudeau.
Nov 15, 2022 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
On the topic of alleged missiles in Poland—Missiles or Grain Elevators? Both Explode, FYI
Two people died as a result of an explosion in Przewodów in the Hrubieszów district, on the border with Ukraine... representatives of the military, went to the site. t.me/Slavyangrad/20…
"Przewodów is a small town located five kilometers from the border with Ukraine...
There was an explosion at a grain dryer. Among other things, destroyed elements of local infrastructure and a farm tractor, the policeman told the local media."
Nov 14, 2022 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Final details of the price cap to be imposed by wealthy G7 democracies and Australia are still coming together...
Yellen: The existence of the cap would give India, China, and other major buyers, leverage to push down the price they pay to Moscow. thedailystar.net/business/news/…
"The cap is a concept promoted by the United States since the EU first laid out plans in May for an embargo on Russian oil to punish Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine."
Nov 13, 2022 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
Israeli violations of Lebanon's airspace were a daily occurrence when I was a child. There is even less now, because of Hezbollah.
Before, they used to do it to bomb Palestinian refugee camps and terrorize Lebanese. Now, they do it to bomb Syria while confusing Syrian radars. 1/
Lebanon definitely needs the S-300 missile system. But the state is so much groveling before the feet of the US, all the time, that I do not see this happening anytime soon. 2/