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Articles Like This May Be Illegal to Publish in the Near Future: US Wants Russia/Belarus Alliance Severed

Monday, April 3, 2017 19:12
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~~The more we approach actual war against the manufactured enemies of the US, articles that question US policies may be censored and those that write and publish them arrested. When a nation goes to war they often silence the critics of war and label it sedition. There may come a day when news items like this will suddenly disappear from public view. If and when that happens now you know why it happened.

  The internet and all news sources can be controlled when the government deems it necessary to do so. This is why Americans need to have alternative ways to communicate and also a plan on how to react when there is no real, unbiased news available. You must be capable of going on auto-pilot when there is a time of censored news. In a time of war the US has on the books laws that can be implemented to control the press and any news sources that could jeopardize the success of their war plans.

  When there is a sudden call up for soldiers, the government does not want to contend with a negative backlash from the public. There will be a huge surge of main stream news extolling the virtues of patriotism and defending our way of life. and that it must be done “for the children”. This kind of propaganda will be employed to convince the public that going to war is not only necessary but patriotic, honorable and “sanctioned by god”. Not to mention the fact you could be arrested for resisting the dictates of the government. George Eaton

US Wants Russia/Belarus Alliance Severed

By Ray Larsen
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Since Soviet Russia’s 1991 dissolution, Washington broke its pledge not to expand NATO east.

 It wants all former Soviet Republics and Warsaw Pact countries incorporated into the alliance – Russia marginalized, weakened, contained, surrounded and isolated, its sovereign independence destroyed by color revolution or war.

 US Cold War strategy never ended, Sergey Lavrov earlier explained, a “regretful” situation fraught with risks. Like Russia, close ally Belarus is targeted for regime change.

 Neocon/CIA-connected Washington Post editors called its  President Alexander Lukashenko Europe’s “last dictator,” claiming he’s cracking down – on what appear to be externally-orchestrated protests, similar to ones in Moscow and other Russian cities days earlier.

 US attempts to disrupt and end Belarus’ special relationship with Russia failed so far. Moscow’s ambassador in Minsk Alexander Surikov said efforts continue to woo Belarus away from close ties with Russia.

“All the actions by (Washington and) the West, on both the Ukrainian and Belarusian flanks, all these actions have an anti-Russian character,” he explained.

“We understand that the next efforts will be directed at Belarus,” similar to the US-orchestrated coup in Kiev.

“We can see that a variety of delegations have become frequent visitors to the country. We are looking at this closely, but understand that for now, the West does not have the strength to tear Belarus away from Russia,” Surikov explained.

 ”And Belarus itself is not prepared to rush into the West’s arms, breaking all their economic ties” with Moscow.

 Noted for stability, orchestrated protests occurred recently, reflecting Western internal interference.

 Lukashenko accused Washington and Berlin of “efforts to destroy the country,” citing media revelations about US and EU governments, along with complicit NGOs, pouring “tens of millions of dollars” into Belarus for so-called “democracy promotion initiatives.”

 “(T)here will be no Maidan in Belarus,” he stressed. In March, an SUV with weapons and explosives tried breaching its border from the Ukrainian side – US dirty hands likely involved.

 Belarusian authorities aren’t waiting for things to get out of control they way they unfolded in Kiev. A US-orchestrated coup followed, replacing its democratic government with Nazi-infested putschists.

 April 2 was Unity Day, commemorating union between Russia and Belarus – based on a 1996 agreement, followed a year later on the same date for the Union between both countries.

 On April 3, Putin and Lukashenko met in St. Petersburg for discussions on issues of mutual concern – sadly on the day the city was rocked by a likely terrorist attack.

 Both leaders expressed condolences to families and loved ones of victims. Putin noted 25 years of bilateral diplomatic ties.

 Lukashenko made similar comments, stressing the importance of “protect(ing) the interests of our people.”

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