All things Russia Vs. Ukraine (WEF Vs. the free world) for March 3, 2022

1. Canadians Will Face Economic ‘Collateral Damage’ Over Country’s Actions on Ukraine, Freeland Says

As Canada ramps up sanctions against Russia in recent days in response to its invasion of Ukraine, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland acknowledged on March 1 that Canadians could feel some repercussions from the measures.

“At the end of the day, if we are truly determined to stand with Ukraine, if the stakes in this fight are as high as I believe them to be, we have to be honest with ourselves, I have to be honest with Canadians, that there could be some collateral damage in Canada,” she said during a press conference in Ottawa.

Freeland, who’s also finance minister, said she discussed with other G7 finance ministers earlier that day and they agreed that “in order to be really effective, in order to really have an impact, we are going to have to be prepared for there to be some adverse consequences for own economies.”

The minister said that although Canada will be impacted, it is much more the case for European countries.

2. Friendly ‘Ukrainian’ refugee assists other refugees getting on the train by pointing directions at them with his knife.

3. Amazing Polly on the WEF

4. The ‘Crying Journalist’ Demanding Boris Drags Britain to War is a Biden-Linked World Economic Forum Global Leader.

On Tuesday morning, “journalist” Daria Kaleniuk confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, demanding NATO enters the war in Ukraine, despite massive public objections to Western nations becoming involved.

Kaleniuk, however, is scarcely the “journalist” Western media outlets are portraying. Instead, The National Pulse can reveal, Kaleniuk is a long-time political activist recently used in the Joe Biden 2020 campaign. Additionally, Kaleniuk serves as a World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Young Leader.

The WEF is led by Germany economist Klaus Schwab, and has become infamous for globalist intervention around the world, including but not limited to the “Great Reset” with its idea of abolishing property ownership at its core.

“You’re coming to Poland – you’re not coming to Kyiv, Prime Minister. You’re not coming to Lviv,” said Kaleniuk, in remarks being lauded by the international press.

“Because you are afraid. Because NATO is not willing to defend. Because NATO is afraid of World War 3 – but it has already started.”

5. Video on the destruction of bio labs around Russia. This is primarily from the American PoV.

6. Ukrainian MP explains the fight is for the whole NWO for the democratic countries. REMINDER: Communists have a proprietary definition of “democratic. Essentially an initiate language version of one, which means communism, in exactly the way the Muslim Brotherhood party that took over Egypt for a while was called the Freedom and Justice party. Except it meant Freedom to implement the sharia, and justice meaning all things by sharia.

(More will be added here and in the comments as the day passes.)

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27 Replies to “All things Russia Vs. Ukraine (WEF Vs. the free world) for March 3, 2022”

  1. Tears for Ukraine, Sanctions for Russia, Yawns for Yemen, Arms for Saudis: The West’s Grotesque Double Standard

    Ahed Tamimi’s image posted as example of Ukrainian confronting Russia soldiers

    Ukraine is the most corrupt globalist owned Country in the world. It’s literally the Cabals Headquarters.

  2. RT -New footage shows Russian convoy in Kiev region

    Russia’s Ministry of Defense has released new video footage of Russian troops and military vehicles advancing towards the Ukrainian capital.

    It shows tanks, trucks and armored vehicles said to be in and around the Kiev region, as the conflict in the country enters its eighth day.

  3. europravda -Will Europe have to return to coal if Russia cuts off gas imports?

    If coal plants are reopened in the EU, we can say goodbye to reaching the net zero targets the bloc has promised to reach.

  4. europravda – Vladimir Putin wax statue removed from Grévin Museum in Paris after it was ‘attacked’

    ‘He was attacked a few times this weekend, and we received a few threats on the phone.”

  5. US troops rush to Europe amid war in Ukraine

    Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s 3rd Infantry Division based at Fort Stewart, Georgia, are deploying to Germany to train with NATO allies and to deter further Russian aggression following its invasion of Ukraine.

  6. sky news UK – Ukraine invasion: Drone footage shows devastation in Borodyanka

    Drone footage shows residential buildings destroyed in a small town just 40 miles away from the capital Kiev.

  7. sky news australia – EU membership for Ukraine ‘isn’t going to happen in a hurry’

    Farage says membership to the European Union for Ukraine is “not going to happen in a hurry”.

    “For Ukraine to join the European Union would be a very lengthy process, they’d have to get their laws to a level of compliance with EU laws before they’d be allowed,” he told Sky News host Paul Murray.

    “But all of it, frankly, just shows you that NATO and the EU – who for years have tried this expansionist policy – have made a terrible mess of things.”

  8. CNN – US and Europe target Russian billionaires’ yachts

    France has seized a yacht owned by Russian oligarch Igor Sechin, the French finance ministry said in a statement on Thursday.

  9. MSNBC – DOJ Task Force To Target Russian Billionaires’ Yachts And Assets

    Edward Fishman, the former Russia Sanction Lead at the State Department, joins MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the “unprecedented sanctions” on the Russian economy and what the impact will be for the wealthiest Russians who have their “toys” taken from them.

  10. WaPo -International Cat Federation bans Russian cats from competitions

    The International Cat Federation says it has banned Russian cats from its international competitions in the latest rebuke to Russia since it invaded Ukraine last week.

    The federation, which considers itself “the United Nations of Cat Federations,” said in a statement that it was “shocked and horrified” that Russian forces had invaded Ukraine and “started a war.” Known as FIFe (for its French name, Fédération Internationale Féline), it said that the measures were decided Tuesday and that officials could not “witness these atrocities and do nothing.”

    It said the rule would remain in place until the end of May and would then be reviewed.

    “No cat belonging to exhibitors living in Russia may be entered at any FIFe show outside Russia, regardless of which organization these exhibitors hold their membership in,” said the organization, which spans almost 40 countries.

    Explosions continue to rock Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, where air raid sirens blare into the night. Fierce battles are raging across the country, and a U.N. agency says 1 million people have been displaced.

    Photos taken across Ukraine have shown families abandoning their homes, carrying their children and pets as they flee.

    The federation, which was established more than 70 years ago, also said it would not allow cats bred in Russia to be imported or registered in any of its pedigree books. Officials said they would be donating funds to assist cat breeders in Ukraine and thanked neighboring countries for their efforts to help Ukrainian refugees.

    According to its website, the federation holds more than 700 shows globally each year, with more than 200,000 cats exhibited from Brazil to the United Kingdom.

    Countries around the world have imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia following President Vladimir Putin’s invasion. In the days since the war began, Russia has been banned from numerous events and is becoming increasingly isolated on the world stage.

    In a bid to showcase solidarity with Ukraine and its people, countries worldwide have united in their efforts to impose crippling measures on Putin and his allies in Europe and the United States.

    Sports federations and leagues have aggressively sidelined Russia’s teams and athletes, and boycotts have also rocked Russia’s cultural, entertainment and travel industries.

    On social media Thursday, reactions to the federation’s ban — deemed by some as “cat sanctions” — were mixed. Some critics called the move “ridiculous.”

    “Russian breeders should not be punished for a war that isn’t of their making,” one user wrote on the federation’s Facebook page.

    Others, however, said that any act of solidarity — no matter how small — should be applauded.

    “Russian athletes are currently banned from virtually every event. Why should cat breeders/exhibitors not be banned as well?” read one tweet.

  11. – The damned CANCEL CULTURE –

    ** Carney: Russia Got Canceled and China Got the Benefit **

    It seems likely that China will be a big beneficiary here. It would love nothing more than for the rest of the world to shun Russian oil, leaving it as one of the only customers left. And it would likely be all too happy to purchase the assets, financial and otherwise, that U.S. companies are looking to shed – at a steep discount, of course. Meanwhile, the restrictions on exporting technology and other products to Russia will create a market ripe for Chinese dominance.

    In other words, the global effort to cancel Russia is a big boon to the communists who still rule China.

  12. CBC – The Canadians going to fight, assist in Ukraine

    …. some Canadians are travelling there to take up arms or assist with the growing humanitarian needs even though many don’t have direct ties to the country.

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