Well done Britain. Here are the children we are killing in Donietsk.

There are no words to qualify those who are arming and financing Zelensky who commits these atrocities.

🩸Badina Veronica Sergeevna was 10 years old: yesterday she was murdered by the Ukrainian Nazis that Europe and the United States arm and publicize.

A year ago, the girl overcame a serious illness. He fought for his life for years, loved dancing and playing. Yesterday she was killed by the bombings that the Zelensky regime carries out daily on Donetsk, expressly on civilian residential areas, on markets, schools, hospitals, houses: where there is no military objective.

The Kiev regime bombs expressly to kill civilians: for 8 years it has been perpetrating Genocide against Donbas in an unequivocally criminal action that nevertheless the West and its machinery of media lies hide. In these weeks the bombings of Ukrainians against civilians in Donetsk are daily and massive.❗

from Intel Slava on www.vk.com

12 Responses to “Well done Britain. Here are the children we are killing in Donietsk.”

  1. Occams says:

    As a former warrior, it’s getting harder and harder to just sit on the sidelines. Restarting my Russian studies tonight, put my Arabic on hold.

    Although this same thing might well be headed this way.

    Jeeeez. Have we fncked up everything enough leaving these psychopaths in charge?

    • Aldous says:

      G’day Occams. Nowadays I prefer to refer to these out and out scumbags as sociopaths:
      “In a nutshell, people with sociopathy may have little empathy and a habit of rationalizing their actions. But they do know the difference between right and wrong.
      Psychopathy, according to Hare, involves no sense of morality or empathy.”

      They know full well that what they are doing is very wrong and evil but they go ahead and do it anyway.
      Psychopaths don’t think like that and the difference between right and wrong is so blurred for them as to be virtually non-existent.
      However, most people out there have never heard the term ‘sociopath’ so psychopath will do nicely.
      I honestly wish it was much harder to hate western ‘leaders’ because I hate them so much these days that I have nothing to look forward to each day like hating them some more.
      God and Karma will surely revenge it. Regards.

  2. Aldous says:

    “Badina Veronica Sergeevna was 10 years old: yesterday she was murdered by the Ukrainian Nazis that Europe and the United States arm and publicize.”
    MURDERED is the correct word because they weren’t ‘killed’ as in a car wreck but MURDERED. Premeditated and planned. Utterly evil and despicable. A heinous crime.
    How do they live with themselves one might ask? Easy for these mental illnesses aka western puppet politicians whose sociopathic traits tick all the right boxes for them to be in office – not power of course which remains firmly with the equally sociopathic bankers etc.
    I see the kakistocracy of Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) has completely collapsed and the filthy thieving rats are fleeing for their lives. It’s a bloody good start and it’s certainly kicking off in Netherlands and other European countries.

  3. ian says:

    Well, Occams, Aldous, I was never in the military, and any gung ho that I had is gone home, but I have a really strong desire to severely destroy those doing this. Having said that, and I in no way want to make this event less terrible, I know that there are always horror stories as bad and in some cases worse than this in wars. Civilians in Germany for example were raped and brutalised by Russian and US and British troops at the end of WW2.
    A horror story if ever there was one. I find it all disturbing AF, and yet, the only story we ever hear of from WW2 is one we are forbidden from questioning

  4. Tapestry says:

    You ‘see’ a thousand deaths a day and you harden to it, but sometimes one incident like this one can penetrate, and leave you reeling at the horror of it all. The video of the parents caressing her dead body inside the bloodied blanket is an image that scars the mind. Although we never met, her death will stay with me – and many of us, and symbolise what Britain and the US are doing – murder is the only word. Intentional, deliberate – no excuse – our political leaders and media are the perpetrators and the accomplices. Their silence and censorship are their actions, and their deadened minds are quite content. Not one of the candidates for the Conservative leadership will even admit we are killing civilians by our actions. They intend to murder many more, yet they come on our screens trying to look respectable as they justify foul murder of innocent children at every opportunity. Money and power is all their eyes can see. They have no heart. The only politician I have met who states that this war must be ended as soon as possible and that the killing of young people is simply wrong is former soldier Robin Tilbrook. How can you politically support anyone else? While we have one politician who realises what is right and what is wrong, he/she should be supported. If we do not, we become accomplices too.

    • ian says:

      Yes I agree Tap’, the shocking power is very high. I have several images from Iraq burned into my memory too. Horrific.

    • Aldous says:

      “…he/she should be supported. If we do not, we become accomplices too.”
      A bit strong imho Tap but these are emotive times.
      I know people/friends in UK who cannot wait to tactically vote their nasty Tory bastard MP out of office for what they have done and represent, especially with fatboy BoZo at the helm.
      Obviously nothing will change but would it change if a few English Democrats got elected ?
      Just a thought.

  5. Tapestry says:

    I find the same emotional effect in the Philippines. You see poverty every day, and you simply get hardened to it. But every now and then you meet someone who’s courage in adversity simply cracks open your emotions. The pride someone shows doing what to us would be a lowly task, and getting just a little money for their family. You can’t get emotional all the time, but every now and then it penetrates your defensive shell, the knowledge of the goodness to be found in humanity at the lowest and harshest economic level. Likewise with the little girl killed by shells and weapons we fund and supply. I feel a terrible shame and don’t care how few votes a man who wants this to stop, wins. I will support him through and through. And if my fellow men won’t follow his lead, then that is their affair. You need to rub Tory killing smiles into a total bowl of truth. NO point getting another bunch of slimy killers called Labour or Lib Dem. Take all of their faces and devilment out of our realm, and the demons that possess them. This is a spiritual battle Aldous, across dimensions we cannot fathom. If we don’t follow what we know to be right and oppose what we know to be wrong, we are as nothing.

    • Aldous says:

      Morning Tap. I understand what you mean and empathize almost 100% with what you are saying. UK’s FPTP voting system is – imo – mainly to blame (more like main reason) for the tactical voting phenomenon.
      The ONLY way to often (try to) unseat an unpopular MP or party candidate – and send out the strongest message – is to switch one’s usual allegiance to the next preferred choice and make that vote count far more than casting it for a fringe party candidate who is most likely to lose their deposit anyway.

      I fully realise that the three main UK parties are virtually one and the same these days – the LibLabConspiracy or LibLabContrick, the one party with three names, I often used to read – but hopelessly splitting the vote and allowing the same miscreant through to that winning post by the FPTP back door has surely got to be taken into account.
      Not forgetting about vote fraud and dodgy ballot boxes and counts.

      The system is so stacked (as intended) against fledgling parties like English Democrats. Even UKIP couldn’t make any serious inroads into Westminster with almost a million national votes at one General Election. I don’t know about Wales but Scotland and Northern Ireland have MPs sitting in Westminster with far less of their particular country’s overall votes.

      Correct me if I’m mistaken but a Tory voter will tactically switch allegiance to the Liberal Democrats and a Labour voter will do likewise. What is unlikely to occur is where a usual Labour voter will ever vote for a Tory but instead rather abstain. Similarly, a usual Tory voter will not vote Labour but opt instead for the Lib Dems who appear to have become the default protest party of choice for many. I suppose as well that we must never forget that we do not live in so-called ‘democracies’ but villainous and murderous ‘corporatocracies’ driven mainly by the military industrial and big pharma complexes.

      It will be very interesting to see what happens as a result of the Tory leadership contest, always assuming that it is not taken over by events in eastern Europe. No doubt Starmer will be clamouring for an early and snap GE which he is unlikely to get unless the men in suits decide otherwise. The Tory turkeys are unlikely to vote for Christmas otherwise.
      With my English roots, I would certainly vote for Robin Tilbrook’s English Democrats – assuming they stood a candidate – but I would always consider voting tactically if there was a realistic possibility of unseating the likes of Boris Johnson. Regards.

  6. sovereigntea says:

    Whodunnit ?

    To better understand the role of the Central Intelligence Agency of Langley (Virginia), the powerful American counter-intelligence that guides the decisions of the Five Eyes alliance made up of the Anglo-Saxon secret services of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, it is necessary to recall some decisive examples that are added to this very interesting article published by geopolitics expert Joseph Mercola.

    In both the Balkan and Syrian wars, the CIA played a fundamental role in the use of Al Qaeda and ISIS terrorists alongside jihadist formations defined as rebels against Slobodan Milosevic’s Serbia and the government of Bashar Al Assad.

    But these plans were preceded by painstaking propaganda campaigns artfully orchestrated by the Otpor group of Belgrade, which later became Canvas in other color revolutions, and by the Syrian Observatory on Human Rights which were amplified by complacent media.

    As we have highlighted in various inquiries on lobbying and management, CIA officials have been replaced over time by individuals selected by the multinational McKinsey which was financed specifically for this purpose by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


    • sovereigntea says:

      The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation finances some of the world’s leading media annually, including the scientific journals that have promoted the propaganda on the anti-Covid vaccines created with huge lucrative purposes by the American Big Pharma (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and Novavax) to give a response to the SARS-Cov-2 virus created in the laboratory in an affair between the US and China that was perpetrated thanks to funding from the Pentagon and USAID, the American government agency used by the CIA as a financial tool in foreign operations.

  7. sovereigntea says:

    Among the most successful campaigns of disinformation and mystification of reality plotted by Langley’s 007 were the repeated coup attempts in Venezuela and the successful one in Ukraine, where the special Ground Branch then trained the paramilitary Nazis of the Azov Battalion, largely captured by the Russian army in Mariupol.

    NB All the links to Gospa News articles have been added aftermath
    How CIA and Other Global Intelligence Agencies Use Media to Promote ‘The Great Reset’

    by Dr. Joseph Mercola

    Story at a glance: