All things Russia Vs. Ukraine (Covid 2.0) for March 9, 2022

BREAKING: Russia claims to have found the US biological weapons in Ukraine

the gateway pundit – **BREAKING VIDEO** Russia Tells the US “We Have Found Your Biological Weapons”

Russia told the United States on Wednesday, “We have found your biological weapons!”

“There was statement made by the Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, leave no doubt, will not give Washington to be silent this time. Their attempts, while spilling blood, to find biological and chemical weapons throughout the world. <b>We have found your own products. We have found your biological material. As it turns out it was all happening in Ukraine,”</b> Russia state-affiliated media reported.

Russia now demands the US to explain bio labs in Ukraine.

Russia accused the U.S. of violations of the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention and has covered it up.

BOYCOTT UPDATE: Russian cats are now banned from international competition

An international organisation for cats has banned Russian felines from participating in competitions following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

The Federation Internationale Feline (FIFe) announced in a statement that it was “shocked and horrified” at the situation unfolding in Ukraine and it “cannot just witness these atrocities and do nothing”.

“The FIFe Executive Board is shocked and horrified that the army of the Russian Federation invaded the Republic of Ukraine and started a war,” the statement read.

“Many innocent people died, many more are wounded and hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are forced to flee their homes to save their lives. We can all witness the destruction and chaos caused by this unprecedented act of aggression,” it added.

(This will make Russia pull out of Ukraine faster than… Ok I won’t make that joke. Its too easy and too obvious.)

1. Abp. Viganò: Globalists have fomented war in Ukraine to establish the tyranny of the New World Order

The Ukrainian people, regardless of what ethnic group they may belong to, are merely the latest unwitting hostages of the supranational totalitarian regime that brought the national economies of the entire world to their knees through the COVID deception.

Help Ukrainian refugees escape:

(LifeSiteNews) — Nothing is lost with peace. All can be lost with war. Let men return to understanding. Let them resume negotiating. Negotiating with good will and with respect for each other’s rights, let them realize that an honorable success is never precluded when there are sincere and active negotiations. And they will feel great – with true greatness – if imposing silence on the voices of passion, whether collective or private, and leaving reason to its proper domain, they will spare their brothers bloodshed and their homeland ruin.

2. From Canadian narrative spinners, CTV ‘News”: Montreal Symphony Orchestra drops Russian piano prodigy from concerts amid backlash

A young Russian pianist who was set to perform with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra this week has been struck from the schedule after protest.

However, the orchestra maintained its praise for 20-year-old Alexander Malofeev, who has been outspoken against the invasion of Ukraine, where he said he has some family members.

“The OSM feels that it would be inappropriate to receive Mr. Malofeev this week,” wrote a spokesperson for the orchestra, Pascale Ouimet, in a statement.

“We continue, however, to believe in the importance of maintaining relationships with artists of all nationalities who embrace messages of peace and hope. We look forward to welcoming this exceptional artist when the context allows it.”

(Once upon a time, orchestras embraced really great players, whatever their politics was, so long as they didn’t use those politics to defame the orchestra. Remember those days? They used to have a flagrante delicto clause in these kinds of contracts so they could shed you if you brought shame on the organization. Now they can shed you for anything at all. If this guy was Somali and shed for that reason, or Saudi, it would be racism or Islamophobia. I hope he sues.)

3. 42 minutes with Sean Stone, son of Oliver Stone on InfoWars with Alex Jones

More will be added as it becomes available and at least a quick look.

The following is Chinese Propaganda. Fairly ballsy of them in the shadow of Wuhan to make these claims. But that doesn’t make the claims entirely without merit. Especially when we know the gain of function work in China was paid for by the USA.

4. If Russia was planning to take these weapons research labs, why would they destroy them? I think its safe to say that had Russia actually surrounded the labs and taken them, the US would have gone to war directly with Russia because the US knows what these facilities really do and would want to stop Russia from having these capabilities, or exposing what they are to the point of war.


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28 Replies to “All things Russia Vs. Ukraine (Covid 2.0) for March 9, 2022”

  1. 2. “The OSM feels that it would be inappropriate to receive Mr. Malofeev this week”.

    The OSM feels threatened by the racists, that staff and buildings will attacked, and the Socialist Police will arrest them for offending under Hate Crime legislation.

    How can journalists ever fake the news, if citizens do it to themselves?

    • All this was, was that the Fourth Estate was not quick enough to paint Putin as an AntiFa Hero, fighting NAZI Ukrainians.

      If they had, it would be:

      2. “The OSM feels that it would be inappropriate to receive Ms. Dziuba this week”.

      The OSM feels that Ukrainians are zionists, that staff and buildings will be polluted by their presence, and the noble Socialist Police should arrest them for Hate Crimes against Humanity..

      How can journalists ever make news, if citizens will not report their neighbors?

      Communism. Both sides of Socialism, covered.

  2. Conductor Valery Gergiev sacked from Munich Philharmonic Orchestra

    The ideological mobilisation for war against Russia

    The brutal sacking of world-renowned conductor Valery Gergiev by the Munich Philharmonic on March 1 is the high point of an unprecedented smear campaign against all things Russian.

    Governments, media, universities, cultural and sports officials are demanding that Russian artists, scientists and athletes publicly oppose their own government or be summarily dismissed.

    […]Only hours after Russian troops crossed the border into Ukraine, the Social Democratic Party mayor of Munich, Dieter Reiter, issued an ultimatum to Gergiev, the chief conductor of the city’s Philharmonic Orchestra: either he clearly distance himself from Putin or he would be fired.

    When Gergiev did not respond to this ultimatum, all contracts with him were terminated with immediate effect. Previously, La Scala in Milan, the Vienna Philharmonic and the Lucerne Festival declared their collaboration with the Russian conductor to be finished and New York’s Carnegie Hall cancelled a concert with Gergiev and the Vienna Philharmonic.


    CNN – Anna Netrebko, Russian soprano, out at the Metropolitan Opera

    (CNN)Famed Russian soprano Anna Netrebko will no longer perform at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City this season or next after she refused to publicly distance herself from Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a statement from the Met.

    “It is a great artistic loss for the Met and for opera,” the company’s general manager, Peter Gelb, said in a statement to CNN. “Anna is one of the greatest singers in Met history, but with Putin killing innocent victims in Ukraine there was no way forward.”

    Alexander Malofeev – Grieg – Piano concerto

    • .”…after she refused to publicly distance herself from Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a statement from the Met.”

      Socialist thought crimes.

      She has a right to an opinion. The right to remain silent. If she used her profession to virtue-signal…

      We’re so screwed.

  3. europravda – See what your friend Putin has done’: Salvini mocked in Poland

    “See what your friend Putin has done”.

    A Polish mayor mocks Italy’s former hardline interior minister Matteo Salvini for his previous support of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  4. CBC – McDonald’s, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Starbucks join companies boycotting Russia

    McDonald’s, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Yum! Brands (KFC and PIzza Hut) are the latest multinational companies to announce they’re pausing business operations in Russia to protest the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

  5. ctv – Trudeau announces new $50M in equipment for Ukraine

    During his visit to Berlin, Trudeau said Canada is sending another $50 million in specialized equipment to Ukraine.

  6. US intelligence leaders testify before House Intelligence Committee

    ….fuelled by his disappointments, Putin could resort to using a small nuke

  7. the gateway pundit – **BREAKING VIDEO** Russia Tells the US “We Have Found Your Biological Weapons” (VIDEO)

    Russia told the United States on Wednesday, “We have found your biological weapons!”

    “There was statement made by the Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, leave no doubt, will not give Washington to be silent this time. Their attempts, while spilling blood, to find biological and chemical weapons throughout the world. We have found your own products. We have found your biological material. As it turns out it was all happening in Ukraine,” Russia state-affiliated media reported.

    Russia now demands the US to explain bio labs in Ukraine.

    Russia accused the U.S. of violations of the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention and has covered it up.


  8. The National Pulse EXCLUSIVE:

    Deleted Web Pages Show Obama Led an Effort To Build a Ukraine-Based BioLab Handling ‘Especially Dangerous Pathogens’

    Recovered by The National Pulse, the article raises serious questions about U.S. government activity in Ukraine, stretching back almost two decades.

    A deleted web article recovered by The National Pulse reveals that former President Barack Obama spearheaded an agreement leading to the construction of biolabs handling “especially dangerous pathogens” in Ukraine.

    The news comes on the same day that Biden regime apparatchik Victoria Nuland told the U.S. Senate that the American government is concerned about biological research facilities falling into Russian hands as a result of the ongoing conflict in Eastern Europe.

    Originally posted on June 18th, 2010, the article “Biolab Opens in Ukraine” details how Obama, while serving as an Illinois Senator, helped negotiate a deal to build a level-3 bio-safety lab in the Ukrainian city of Odessa.

    The article, which also highlighted the work of former Senator Dick Lugar, was additionally included in Issue No. 818 of the United States Air Force (USAF) Counterproliferation Center’s Outreach Journal.

    “Lugar said plans for the facility began in 2005 when he and then-Senator Barack Obama entered a partnership with Ukrainian officials. Lugar and Obama also helped coordinate efforts between the U.S and Ukrainian researchers that year in an effort to study and help prevent avian flu,” explained author Tina Redlup.×504.png

    A 2011 report from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences’ Committee on Anticipating Biosecurity Challenges of the Global Expansion of High-Containment Biological Laboratories explained how the Odessa-based laboratory “is responsible for the identification of especially dangerous biological pathogens.”

    “This laboratory was reconstructed and technically updated up to the BSL-3 level through a cooperative agreement between the United States Department of Defense and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine that started in 2005. The collaboration focuses on preventing the spread of technologies, pathogens, and knowledge that can be used in the development of biological weapons,” the report continues.

    “The updated laboratory serves as Interim Central Reference Laboratory with a depozitarium (pathogen collection). According to Ukrainian regulations, it has a permit to work with both bacteria and viruses of the first and second pathogenic groups,” explains the report.

    A separate document detailing Ukraine’s biolab network from the BioWeapons Prevention Project outlines in greater detail the scope of pathogens the facility has conducted research with.

    Among the viruses the lab studied were Ebola and “viruses of pathogencity group II by using of virology, molecular, serologica and express methods.”

    Additionally, the lab provided “special training for specialists on biosafety and biosecurity issues during handling of dangerous biological pathogenic agents.”

    The unearthed biolab facility follows intense scrutiny over the U.S. government’s decision to fund risky, “gain-of-function” research in Wuhan at a Chinese Communist Party-run lab with military ties.

  9. Trudeau praises Ukraine for defending “democratic values” during speech in Munich

    Trudeau gave a foreign policy speech, focusing on democracy, with members of Atlantik-Brückeat at the Munich security conference on Wednesday.

    The prime minister praised the Ukrainian people and their President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for defending democratic values amid Russia’s ongoing invasion.

    He also reiterated support for Ukraine and its territorial sovereignty, stating the sanctions imposed on Russia by his government are some of the toughest economic sanctions ever imposed by Canada.

    Trudeau is in Germany on a cross-Europe trip to discuss the situation in Ukraine with other world leaders.

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sent oil and gas prices soaring, as the eastern European country is a critical supplier of natural gas to Europe and sends oil to global markets.

  10. The Russian Store put up signs: can’t restock items from Russia and Belarus, but – not to worry – the great Russian diaspora is mobilized.

    Still, we joined the hoarding masses, clearing the last boxes of chocolates from Moscow I can’t live without. (Poroshenko’s candy factory in Ukraine makes caramels.)

    A day and a half without contact from my Russki’s family in Kiev.

    An interview with Mr. Sharansky was published Monday:
    Ten Questions for Natan Sharansky

    The legendary Soviet political prisoner and Israeli government minister on the war in Ukraine, the two Vladimirs, and the implications for the Middle East

  11. National Post – Exclusive: So many Canadian fighters in Ukraine, they have their own battalion, source says

    The International Legion for the Territorial Defence of Ukraine says the 550 would-be fighters from Canada are based in Kiev

    So many citizens of Canada have shown up in Ukraine to fight for the country’s new foreign legion, the organization has set up a separate Canadian battalion, says a Ukrainian government source.

    The news is more evidence of a historic movement by people here to join the armed forces of another nation, and potentially risk their lives in combat against Russian invaders.

    The 550 would-be fighters that have arrived from Canada so far are part of a battalion based in Kiev, said the representative of the International Legion for the Territorial Defence of Ukraine, who asked not to be identified for security reasons.

    “International legion volunteers are usually kept together for logistics purposes as it is easier for communication, to avoid language barriers,” he said.

    Meanwhile, a Ukrainian-Canadian activist helping in the recruitment of fighters in this country said hundreds more have volunteered to fight in Ukraine.

    Borys Wrzesnewskyj, a former Liberal MP who is helping Ukrainian diplomats organize volunteers for the International Legion, said his rough estimate is that at least 1,000 Canadians have applied to join the force.

    Canadians can sign up for the official Ukrainian-government program through the website or by contacting the embassy and consulates directly, but Wrzesnewskyj said many are simply “picking up and going” to Ukraine via Poland.

    “What is so heartfelt is that we have so many Canadian ex-military who are stepping forward and understand that this is just so fundamentally wrong,” he said about the response to Russia’s invasion. “They by nature are protectors and … they are willing to step forward, travel to Ukraine.”

    “They also are aware this isn’t just the battle for the freedom and democracy of 44 million Ukrainian citizens. Today, the people on the front lines of Ukraine … are defending the north-Atlantic democratic space.”

    Ukrainian diplomats have said that the country would give priority to Canadians with military experience, but welcome anyone interested in joining the fight.

    The embassy is vetting those who have applied. At least some Canadians cleared to go to Ukraine will receive training in Poland, according to Wrzesnewskyj and Chris Ecklund, a Hamilton, Ont., businessman who has set up his own group,, to assist those going overseas.

    The International Legion source said Ukraine would like to see airlines in Canada and elsewhere provide free passage to Poland for would-be fighters. For now, they must pay their own way or rely on funds raised by churches and other groups, he said.

    “We had a lady write us that her church started this campaign. It’s very sweet,” said the legion spokesman. “But if every airline donated at least five-to-10 seats on the plane tomorrow, we could have been able to get all those 20,000 volunteers (from around the world) faster to Ukraine.”

    Meanwhile, Ecklund said this week that the website has faced repeated attacks from suspected Russian hackers.

    The federal government has sent somewhat mixed messages to Canadians thinking of fighting in Ukraine.

    Melanie Joly, the foreign affairs minister, acknowledged that some people will make “individual decisions” to do so.

    But Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland later seemed to discourage them, saying Canada “will take a very appropriately severe view of anyone who is fighting this war.”

    ctv news – Can Ukraine win the war with Russia? PM Trudeau says ‘yes’

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he thinks Ukraine can win the war with Russia, and will survive as a sovereign country, but how that happens with the least amount of loss possible remains to be determined.

    Trudeau was asked on Wednesday for his assessment of whether Ukraine could prevail during a question and answer session following a foreign policy speech he delivered at the Munich Security Conference and the Atlantic Bridge, in Berlin.

    “Yes, I do. Unquestionably,” Trudeau said. “The question is how long it’s going to take.”

    “We are going to continue to stand with Ukraine as long as it takes. The sanctions we put on Russia will be able to stay in place as long as necessary to ensure a free and independent Ukraine once again,” said Trudeau.

    During his preceding speech, Trudeau also spoke about the value and importance of international co-operation in the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked invasion that has led to death and destruction in Ukraine.

    The prime minister has spent the week travelling throughout Europe meeting with key allies to discuss the ongoing situation in Ukraine. At each stop has sought to emphasize the unity among world leaders in condemning Russia’s actions.

    Chrystia Freeland and Mélanie Joly speak with reporters in Berlin – March 9, 2022

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