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Zelensky’s three step peace plan w/Brian Berletic from The New Atlas and Gonzalo Lira (Live)

Zelensky’s three step peace plan w/Brian Berletic from The New Atlas and Gonzalo Lira (Live)
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  1. Is Markel being involved in 3rd? Does poroshenko ? Does Makron?
    Madness bo be considered 🙄
    Hopefully Africans wouldn't gaulible and or too desperate to believe in western garbage.

  2. We have to be so thankful for the world wide web because we can now see things in real time. Back in 1991 when the US attacked and bombed Iraq after they invaded Kuwait, everybody back then thought that Saddam Hussein was the worse thing since snake venom; when in fact it was revealed much later that the Kuwaitis were slant drilling into Iraq's oil fields. In other words, they were stealing Iraq's oil; but of course the western mainstream propagandists would never have told us this.

    So if we go back and observe the US and the west in general with all their colonial and hegemonic practices, anyone with one tenth of a brain cannot trust the west with all their false promises and pretense. I wouldn't trust them standing directly in front me; I would be thinking that they might be somebody else.

  3. Thank you guys for another very interesting discussion. One cannot overstate the value of work that you are providing. And in the essence open up a lot of peoples mind to new concepts. However I am strongly disagreeing with you on the topic of Russia simply losing the information war or campaign just because of cultural differences. I do agree with you that this is one of the issues. Being a Russian myself and living for more than a half of my life in the United States, I do see a lot of cultural differences. They are obvious. However , let me use this as an example. The RT channel that was extremely successful in the West was simply canceled in the West. All kinds of accusations were place against. They were labeled as Kremlin tool. Forbidden from attending most important events and conferences. And at the end it was canceled. I cannot see any posts by RT in the telegram because “it violated local laws” message pops up. Now another point that you have to consider is how brainwashed western (and I have to go by American) people are in regards of Russia related issues. I lost track of how many times I heard Americans say “well, they are Russians, what else can you expect from them”. And it doesn’t come from lack of trying by Russian side. Look at American pop culture, it’s Hollywood. Find one positively portrayed movie character who is Russian. Even kids’ cartoons would use bad characters who are either Russian, or have Russian names or simply speak with Russian accent. You can say that hatred towards Russia is consumed with mother’s milk. Now we all know how judicial system works in US for example. You have the right to stand a trial in front of impartial jury. Russia does not have an impartial jury in the West since 17th century. Basically as soon as it started affirming itself on a world stage. Russia is failing in projecting its message to western audiences. But firstly it’s not for lack of trying. If our political powers were able to silence our still acting president, do you really think that Russia would be given a chance to reach peoples ear? Russians doing are pretty decent job in other “non-civilized” (according to our politicians) part of the world.

  4. Thank you guys for another very interesting discussion. One cannot overstate the value of work that you are providing. And in the essence open up a lot of peoples mind to new concepts. However I am strongly disagreeing with you on the topic of Russia simply losing the information war or campaign just because of cultural differences. I do agree with you that this is one of the issues. Being a Russian myself and living for more than a half of my life in the United States, I do see a lot of cultural differences. They are obvious. However , let me use this as an example. The RT channel that was extremely successful in the West was simply canceled in the West. All kinds of accusations were place against. They were labeled as Kremlin tool. Forbidden from attending most important events and conferences. And at the end it was canceled. I cannot see any posts by RT in the telegram because “it violated local laws” message pops up. Now another point that you have to consider is how brainwashed western (and I have to go by American) people are in regards of Russia related issues. I lost track of how many times I heard Americans say “well, they are Russians, what else can you expect from them”. And it doesn’t come from lack of trying by Russian side. Look at American pop culture, it’s Hollywood. Find one positively portrayed movie character who is Russian. Even kids’ cartoons would use bad characters who are either Russian, or have Russian names or simply speak with Russian accent. You can say that hatred towards Russia is consumed with mother’s milk. Now we all know how judicial system works in US for example. You have the right to stand a trial in front of impartial jury. Russia does not have an impartial jury in the West since 17th century. Basically as soon as it started affirming itself on a world stage. Russia is failing in projecting its message to western audiences. But firstly it’s not for lack of trying. If our political powers were able to silence our still acting president, do you really think that Russia would be given a chance to reach peoples ear? Russians doing are pretty decent job in other “non-civilized” (according to our politicians) part of the world.

  5. Just to respond to Gonzalo with his comments on Serbia and the probability of NATO opening a new front there. I concur that Russia would be hard pressed to focus their energies on two different fronts at the same time; however, if and when NATO attacks Serbia, they too will be focused on two fronts and as a consequence distracted to some extent from Ukraine which should see a weakening on their frontlines, and this should be the cue for Russia to up the ante and hammer Ukraine into oblivion. So opening a new front will have its pros and cons for NATO also.

  6. Alexander, I think the Dostoyevsky quote to which you are referring is from The Brothers Karamazov: "Why do you hate so and so, so much?" And he had answered them, with his shameless impudence, "I'll tell you. He has done me no harm. But I played him a dirty trick, and ever since I have hated him."

  7. As a Russian i want to make a notion regarding Russia's trust in the West. The statement about Russia's desire to believe the West is not entirely correct. I think it wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that the vast majority of Russian population never trusted a word, coming from western politicians. In fact, since day 1 after signing the Minsk accords it was common belief in Russia that they will never be upheld by Ukraine and the West. And the prowestern stratum, who largerly fled Russia in two waves after the start of SMO and start of mobilization was always a minority. As for Putin and Russian elites, I don't really think that they actually believed the West either, otherwise they wouldn't be preparing for the conflict all those 8 years, so in my opinion, these Putin's words regarding Merkel is just a playing dumb, she made a political blunder and Putin jumped on the opportunity to exploit it in order solidify Russia's position in the Global South and East.

  8. The gentlemen presenters are quite well informed about Russia, but they don't know much about Russia. Never has a Russian person bowed his head to the West, it was done by officials, and this is a minimal part of society. Officials in the late USSR were attracted by the West with the possibility of privatization and enrichment. And as for the low coverage of problems in the Donbass by the Russian media and the fact that the Russians cover the problems little, I can answer briefly, since the 1990s, all the media in Russia have been under liberal globalists. Moreover, even now, during the Special Military Operation in Ukraine, there is resistance from liberal officials and many media outlets inside Russia.

  9. the advantage you see if you don't allow reporters to the front during the war because sman has what you want in the newspapers

    write "we win" although one sits there at the four lines of propaganda like gobels in hitler's time

  10. Could it be that all of us who regularly attend this type of discussion and analysis driven by Duran, Gonzalo and Brian. Do we have the slightest notion of the enormous responsibility, courage, modesty, perseverance, professionalism demonstrated by these four gentlemen?

    Could it be that by watching and confronting all of this we become impassive and lethargic in relation to the events and facts that we are currently experiencing?

    In my position, the answer is simple, continuing to seek better information and listen to different points of view and, whenever possible and feasible, give body to the manifesto.

  11. How do you deal with trillions of $ in derivatives contracts? how do you unwind all cleared and bilateral trades? De$zation is not as simple as it sounds. The implications will be global depression which will lead to widespread conflicts

  12. NoMayor it is much, MUCH too early to pronounce any one of today's leaders as "the greatest" since anybody. Your question shows perfectly just how much our society has become an instant gratification necessary. There are much more productive avenues of questions and I invite you to find them.

  13. Russia should send out people like the SBU did, to DEAL with Macron, Merkel and Poroshenko – and leave them with the word LIAR branded on their foreheads. What, only cartels can do shit like this? Nah. It should be done. It NEEDS to be done.

  14. HEADS UP – HERE
    Austrian politician criticizes Merkel’s words on Minsk agreements: on Presna Latina

    “The frankness with which Mrs. Merkel speaks on the subject is frightening,” the Austrian politician said on television. “Such words undermine the basis of trust between the parties,” he said.

    In an interview published on December 7th with the German newspaper Die Zeit, Angela Merkel described the conclusion of the Minsk agreements as an attempt for Ukraine to gain time in strengthening itself, prior to attacking, overrunning, and seizing the Donbass region.

    According to her, it was clear to everyone that the conflict remained frozen and the problem had not been resolved, but this is what gave Ukraine invaluable time. Merkel expressed doubts that NATO member countries could provide support to Kiev at the time to the extent that they do now.

    During the signing of the agreement in the city of Minsk, Belarus, the Ukrainian authorities promised to amend their Constitution to grant autonomy to Lugansk and Donetsk, as well as to hold local elections in both regions.

    President Vladimir Putin claimed that the Minsk agreements were killed by the current Kiev authorities, long before the recognition of Lugansk and Donetsk people’s republics, so Merkel’s statements only justify the start of the special military operation.

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