Alex Christoforou, reports from Greece
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Now they have to say:
These Baltic states are funny when they catch those crazy Ukie ideas. Perhaps the Italian Maseratti luxury car company will be under Ukrainian sanctions. Because they illegally use the coat of arms of Ukraine as the company’s symbol 😎
“Paris — The head of France’s military intelligence has quit his post in what’s being seen as fallout from France misjudging Russia’s intentions in Ukraine. As the U.S. predicted Russia was ready to invade Ukraine, France preferred to believe it wouldn’t go that far.”
A blatant and convenient lie.
“On Wednesday, General Eric Vidaud quit his post as head of French military intelligence. French media reports said he was to be moved to another service this summer as part of an organizational reshuffle, but he preferred to quit now.”
How to compound an egregious lie.
The real reason he resigned and why Macron went on bended knee to Putin was to ensure French intelligence officers could escape along with the AZOV leadershuip from Mariupol. Needless to say, from evidence at the downed helicopters two French officers were included among the dead. General Vidaud’s resignation can be timed from receipt of the news in Paris.
A Gleb Bazov reported on Twitter:
“Further sources indicate the presence of two #France intelligence #DGSE operatives (both said to be dead) on board the crashed helicopter. This would explain #Macron’s desperate please to #Putin as of late to organize a French-led evacuation from #Mariupol”
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