1. A Mark Steyn take on the leader of the Free World
2. Tucker. Must see
(The psychopathy of those who rule us knows no boundaries.)
A year before the meeting, Canada’s Joint Task Force Ukraine produced a briefing on the Azov Battalion, acknowledging its links to Nazi ideology.
Canadian officials who met with members of a Ukrainian battalion linked to neo-Nazis didn’t denounce the unit, but were instead concerned the media would expose details of the get-together, according to newly released documents.
The Canadians met with and were briefed by leaders from the Azov Battalion in June 2018. The officers and diplomats did not object to the meeting and instead allowed themselves to be photographed with battalion officials despite previous warnings that the unit saw itself as pro-Nazi. The Azov Battalion then used those photos for its online propaganda, pointing out the Canadian delegation expressed “hopes for further fruitful co-operation.”
(How long have they been planning these events?)
4. Germans have witnessed the movement of military assets
Due to the current security situation, military shipments have been occurring in Germany for several days. “We cannot say what is being moved where at the moment. We do not give any information about it, explains a spokesman for the Bundeswehr. Sightings of military transports on rail or road were filmed by witnesses in Giessen, Mannheim, Zwickau, on the A4 and A6. (Video)
(Nothing gets the eyes off of criminal and corrupt and deadly Western leadership malfeasance like a global war)
5. Joe Biden in 1997 explaining how he mocked Russia when they explained continued NATO expansions meant they would ally with China
Also an interesting side point, when told by the Russians that they may have to look to China as an alternative if NATO keeps expanding, Biden joked with them by saying “good luck”. How things have changed. pic.twitter.com/OPhwjIGXyu
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6. Trudeau intends to expand and renew the role of NATO in the region of Central and Eastern Europe