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Medvedev on referendums: DPR, LPR, Kherson

The referendums in Donbass are crucial not only to the systemic protection of the residents of the LNR, DNR, and other liberated territories, but also to the restoration of historical justice.

They completely change the vector of Russia’s development for decades. And not only our country. Because after their implementation and acceptance of new territories in Russia geopolitical transformation in the world will acquire irreversible character.
Encroachment on the territory of Russia is a crime, the commission of which allows the use of all the forces of self-defense. But it is no less important that once changes are made to the Constitution of our state, no future leader of Russia, no official will be able to reverse these decisions.

This is precisely why Kiev and the West are so afraid of these referendums. This is exactly why they must be held.


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  • Col...'the farmer from NZ'


    This is music to my ears as the vast number of components of the Zone B financial/trade/security morph into a relentless monumental juggernaut.

    The acronyms are so utterly numerous and confusing that it is difficult to comprehend their combined momentum, especially as they begin to align more closely in their common goals and agendas.

    The Zone A City of London/Wall Street [AKA Natostan racketeers] are dead meat… all they have to offer is the pathetic Warshington con launched by, of all people, the imbecilic Biden.

    This is labelled the IPEF… the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, which they claim is based on… “resilience, sustainability, inclusiveness, economic growth, fairness, and competitiveness for our economies.”

    Yeah right… so these pigs are about to fly!… far too little and way too late now for at least 90% of the countries of the globe [by population] to swallow this one, even if they plaster lipstick on this pig with a shovel.

    And in stark contrast ZONE B’s offerings…

    SCO… The Shanghai Cooperative Organisation [2013], successor to the Shanghai Five, is a permanent intergovernmental international organization, the establishment of which was announced on June 15, 2001, in Shanghai by the Republic of Kazakhstan, the People’s Republic of China, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Uzbekistan. It was preceded by the mechanism of the Shanghai Five.

    In June 2002, the Charter of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization was signed at a meeting of the Council of Heads of State in St. Petersburg, and on September 19, 2003, it entered into force. This is a basic statutory document that fixes the goals and principles of the organization, its structure and main activities.

    On June 8-9, 2017, Astana hosted a historic meeting of the Council of Heads of States of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, during which the status of a member State of the Organization was granted to the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

    It now has some 22 countries as members/observers/dialogue partners and ASEAN, CIS and UN are guest attendees.

    CHOS… The Council of Heads of State is the top decision-making body in the SCO. This council meets at the SCO summits, which are held each year in one of the member states’ capital cities. Current council…

    Xi Jinping (China)
    Narendra Modi (India)
    Kassym-Jomart Tokayev (Kazakhstan)
    Sadyr Japarov (Kyrgyzstan)
    Shehbaz Sharif (Pakistan)
    Vladimir Putin (Russia)
    Emomali Rahmon (Tajikistan)
    Shavkat Mirziyoyev (Uzbekistan)

    CHOG… The Council of Heads of Government is the second-highest council in the organisation. This council also holds annual summits, at which time members discuss issues of multilateral cooperation. The council also approves the organisation’s budget. The current Council of Heads of Government consists of…

    Li Keqiang (China)
    Narendra Modi (India) (usually sends a deputy
    Alihan Smaiylov (Kazakhstan)
    Akylbek Japarov (Kyrgyzstan)
    Shehbaz Sharif (Pakistan) (usually sends a deputy
    Mikhail Mishustin (Russia)
    Qohir Rasulzoda (Tajikistan)
    Abdulla Aripov (Uzbekistan

    RICS… Russia China India [AKA Drivers of the Eurasian century]
    Conceived by Russian foreign minister Yevgeny Primakov in 1998.
    The group was founded on the basis of ending its subservient foreign policy guided by the US, and “renewing old ties with India and fostering the newly discovered friendship with China.”

    CSTO… Collective Security Treaty Organisation is an intergovernmental military alliance in Eurasia consisting of six post-Soviet states: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan.

    Similar to Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, Article 4 of the CSTO establishes that aggression against one signatory would be perceived as aggression against all. The charter reaffirmed the desire of all participating states to abstain from the use or threat of force. Signatories are prohibited from joining other military alliances

    CRRF… Collective Rapid Reaction Force… a joint combined arms task force comprising independent military units from the CSTO member states. CRRF was created in 2009 with the aim to counter limited military aggression against CSTO member states and to fight against terrorism and drug trafficking.

    INSTC… Institution of North-South Transport Corridor… a paltry little [7,200-km-long] multi-mode network of ship, rail, and road routes for moving freight between India, Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia, Central Asia and Europe.

    EAEU… The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an international economic union and free trade zone comprising countries located in central and northern Asia and Eastern Europe. The founding member states of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia established the union by treaty in 2014 and officially implemented the agreement beginning on Jan. 1, 2015. It is estimated that nearly 200 million people live within the member states and that EAEU countries have $5 trillion in combined GDP.

    RCSA… Russia and China Strategic Alliance… an informal alliance that was cemented when Chinese President Xi Jinping hosted Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Beijing Olympics. In a joint statement, the two said that “friendship between the two states has no limits” and “there are no forbidden areas of cooperation.”

    Lots happening

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