Alex Christoforou: May 2, dark day for Odessa. EU, no more washing clothes

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  1. VT… thanks so much for publishing Gonzalo, Alex, Alexander and their guests, it brings a lot to the conversation. Patrick Lancaster has been a bulldog for bringing the embedded Russian point of view, brave reporting that isn’t faked. After hearing about the Mariupol theater and 300 civilians claim by Kiev, I watched as PL went through the structure, end to end, filming it. First, there no bodies or big pools of blood. There was nobody that could have cleaned up 300 bodies, I’m sure. And while there was collapse, maybe mortars, it didn’t seem incinerated like a rocket hit.. That video is proof of false flag reporting by the west… but stellar journalism of Patrick Lancaster.

  2. The Ukrainian ambassador to Germany called Chancellor Scholz an “offended liver sausage.”
    Kiev’s Ambassador Andriy Melnyk, with the “diplomacy” inherent in today’s Ukrainian politicians, did not hesitate to describe the decision of Chancellor Olaf Scholz to refuse to come to the capital of Ukraine to meet with Zelensky.

    “Playing the offended liver sausage is not very statesmanlike.”

    The adequacy of the Kiev authorities has long been in doubt for any sane person. There is a strong feeling that the presumptuous Ukrainian politicians are not just begging for more and more help from the West, but consider European countries obliged to provide it to them. I wonder how long the leaders of Western countries who threw their last pride at Zelensky’s feet will endure humiliation? In Germany itself, after Melnik, they have repeatedly criticized him for his undiplomatic attacks on Berlin, but this ambassador continues to work in Germany.

    • Thank´s for the information but about their posture, one have to admit that we (E.U) are the one´s who throw them to this situation and knowing about it, one have to profit from it and the ukranian politicians are doing it well taking in account that they sacrificed their country toward´s western geopolitics. Noticed that Biden even asked for 38 billion dollars just to fead the situation? In the E.U they already talk´s about it.

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