Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’
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Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’

The U.S. government’s plan to conquer Russia is based upon a belief in, and the fundamental plan to establish, “Nuclear Primacy” against Russia — an American ability to win a nuclear war against, and so conquer, Russia, Eric Zuesse writes. Russia and Belarus fear another blitz invasion — a modernized version of Germany’s infamous Operation…

To What Degree Is Zelensky Complicit in Plotting Terrorist Attacks in Belarus?
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To What Degree Is Zelensky Complicit in Plotting Terrorist Attacks in Belarus?

President Lukashenko’s claim last week that his special services busted a Ukrainian-armed and opposition-led terrorist cell that was plotting attacks all across the country raises questions about the degree of Zelensky’s complicity in this regional destabilization operation. “Shadow NATO’s” Regional Terrorist Plot Belarusian President Lukashenko made headlines late last week after he announced that his…

Lithuania and Poland Are Challenging Russian and Belarusian Energy Structures in the Baltics
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Lithuania and Poland Are Challenging Russian and Belarusian Energy Structures in the Baltics

Both Lithuania and Poland are attempting to challenge Russian and Belarusian energy dominance in the Baltics. Although Poland is trying to wean itself off Russian energy reliance, Lithuania is acting far more aggressively by attempting to force Latvia to follow their anti-Russian/Belarusian agenda. The Lithuanian Seimas (Parliament) called for strict political pressure on neighboring Latvia,…

Belarusian Protests Are Spilling over into Poland but Warsaw Is Beginning to Blame Russia
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Belarusian Protests Are Spilling over into Poland but Warsaw Is Beginning to Blame Russia

Polish leaders at all levels continue to speak with enthusiasm about the need to fully support “peaceful protests” in Belarus and to help them morally and financially. However, with widespread protests across Poland now, the same national leaders are angrily condemning their “peaceful protesters.” Not only do they condemn the protestors, they are also supporting…

People to Autocrats: Not So Fast
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People to Autocrats: Not So Fast

With a week to go, nearly 70 million voters have sent in their ballots or stood on line for early voting. The pandemic hasn’t prevented them from exercising their constitutional right. Nor have various Republican Party schemes to suppress the vote. Some patriotic citizens have waited all day at polling places just to make sure…

The Endgame in Belarus is in View
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The Endgame in Belarus is in View

After a lull of the past 3-4 weekends, the anti-government protests in Minsk, Belarus, roared back to life today. This comes in the wake of three things. One, there are some incipient signs that Moscow feels frustrated with the Belarus strongman President Alexander Lukashenko for retracting on the assurances he gave to President Vladimir Putin…