Russia and Australia should be partners in the Asia-Pacific. Instead Canberra seems perennially paranoid about the Russian threat. Such a mindset is nearly as old as Australia.
In the 1850s at the height of the Crimean War – fought primarily between Russia and Britain – Australia was gripped by paranoia of a Russian invasion. As rumours spread that the Russian Navy had invaded the port of Melbourne, the British colony started building coastal fortifications to repulse the invasion – that never came.
Europe is occupied. Migrants, bomb explosions of terrorists, the economic collapse of Greece, Brexit and many problems inside the 28 countries of the EU — these are the results of American war against Europe. This war started when Americans had designed the doctrine about the Great triangle 3G. It says directly that the future will be determined in the clash of America, Europe and China (the largest multinational empires). It is difficult to believe for ordinary European citizens who are brainwashed day and night that Russians and Muslims are the evil and the threat for European democracy.
The events in Ukraine have shown very distinctly the extent of fascism in Ukrainian society. The revival of neo-Nazi tendencies in the form of ultra-Ukrainian nationalism began on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s.
Following the liberation of historic Palmyra, "the pearl of the desert," by the Syrian Arab Army with the assistance of the Russian Aerospace Forces, some Western media sources have made an attempt to downplay the remarkable feat.
The recapture of Palmyra by Syrian forces with Russian air support has caught the US and its NATO allies by surprise. It seemed the Western capitals were numbed by the astonishing news.
Syrian towns Nubl and al-Zahra in Northern Aleppo province had been occupied by the Free Syrian Army since July, 2012. After their liberation on the February 3rd and following improvement of their living conditions, residents are expressing their gratitude to Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.
Germany's intelligence services have been mobilized to investigate whether the Kremlin is using 'Cold War propaganda methods' in an all-out informational attack on the German government. Pondering how Russia might interpret the accusations, experts say that they may signal an expansion of the campaign of information warfare against Russia.
Heavy trucks amassed at the Belarusian-Lithuanian border because of suspended freight traffic between Russia and Poland, the State Border Committee of Belarus said on its website Sunday.
The German chancellery has recently been spooked by the idea that Russia might revive its “KGB methods of Cold War propaganda” in an attempt to destabilize Germany; it has therefore tasked its intelligence service to investigate whether the Kremlin really wants to “divide Europe” or are the fears just “an uncontrolled Internet rumor?”
German authorities have expressed concern over what they describe as “exaggerated” Russian coverage of the recent events in the country.