Australian National Review Founder, Says Putin Should Ignore Aust PM As 100% of Australians That Know the Facts About the Ukraine -Russia Conflict, Do Not Support the PM or Sanctions Against Russia
Australian National Review Founder, says “Putin should ignore Aust PM as 100% of Australian’s that know the facts about the Ukraine -Russia conflict, do not support the PM or sanctions against Russia but we should be sanctioning the illegal Ukraine Regime made up of Neo Nazi terrorist thugs”.
ANR Founder says 100% of Australians who are educated about the Ukrainian- Russia issue are either neutral or support Russia so Putin should be aware our Prime Minister only represents the “dumbed down Australians” and many are happy to support Russian companies and not support the “out of control cancel culture” pushed by left wing billionaire elites in bed with neo Nazis.
Vladimir Putin takes aim at Australia putting it on hit list of ‘unfriendly’ countries after Scott Morrison gave weapons to Ukraine
– Russia has published a list of so-called ‘unfriendly countries’ including Australia
– All corporate deals with those countries now must get Kremlin approval
– Australia has backed Ukraine with missiles and bullets in fight against invasion
Russia has included Australia in a list of 50 countries that have taken ‘unfriendly actions’ against it following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
Moscow published the list on Monday after being hit by Western financial sanctions.
All corporate deals with companies and individuals from the so-called ‘unfriendly countries’ now have to be approved by a government commission.
Australia is on the list after placing travel bans and financial sanctions on President Putin and his cronies and also sending missiles and bullets to help Ukraine.
The list follows a presidential decree on March 5 allowing the Russian government, companies and citizens to temporarily pay foreign currency debts owed to overseas creditors from ‘unfriendly countries’ in roubles.
Russian has included Australia in a list of ‘unfriendly’ countries published on Monday. Pictured: Putin on March 1
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to kill ‘every b*stard’ who targeted civilians fleeing from the country’s war-ravaged areas after harrowing images emerged of a family lying dead on a road as Vladimir Putin’s invading forces continued to shell the region.
The country’s leader said the family of four were ‘just trying to escape’ the town of Irpin, which sits on the outskirts of Kyiv, when they were killed in an attack by Putin’s forces.
He vowed to hunt down ‘every b*stard’ that shot at Ukraine’s cities and its people and ‘punish everyone who committed atrocities in this war’ before adding the country ‘will not forget’.
In a televised address Mr Zelensky said: ‘A man, a woman and two children. Right on the road. … when they were just trying to get out of town. To escape.
‘The whole family. How many such families have died in Ukraine! We will not forgive. We will not forget.’
Ukraine’s president continued: ‘We will punish everyone who committed atrocities in this war. On our land. We will find every b*stard. Which shot at our cities, our people. Which bombed our land. Which launched rockets. Which gave the order and pressed ”start”.
‘There will be no quiet place on this Earth for you. Except for the grave.’
Kyiv rejected Russia’s offer of ‘humanitarian corridors’ to evacuate civilians after it emerged several of them led to Russian territory or its close ally Belarus (top). Red Cross workers in Mariupol also said one of the routes Russia identified for civilians to leave the city had been covered with land mines
Hundreds of civilians have today been fleeing the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, after it came under heavy attack by Russian forces in recent days while Putin’s men try to encircle the capital
The stark warning comes after horrifying images showed four members of the same family, including two children, lying motionless on a pavement alongside their suitcases after they tried to flee Irpin, a town 12 miles from Kyiv, on Sunday.
Images emerged of the grieving Ukrainian parents of an 18-month-old boy weeping over their son’s dead body after the toddler was killed by Russian shelling in the the southern city of Mariupol.
The toddler’s death came after Russian forces shelled Ukraine’s second city just minutes into an agreed ceasefire on Saturday.
Today Kyiv rejected Moscow’s offer to open ‘humanitarian corridors’ when it emerged that some of the routes led straight to its territory.
Hundreds of civilians were pictured trying to flee the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, which has been the scene of heavy Russian bombardment in recent days – helped across a partially-destroyed bridge by members of the Ukrainian military who had blow it up days earlier to slow the Russian advance.
In a third round of peace talks between Russia and Ukraine on Monday, Russia revealed its demands.
Moscow is demanding Ukraine cease military action, change its constitution to enshrine neutrality so it cannot join the EU or NATO, acknowledge Crimea as Russian territory and recognise the separatist republics of Donetsk and Lugansk as independent territories.
It was the most explicit Russian statement so far of the terms it wants to impose on Ukraine to halt what it calls its ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, that is now in its 12th day and has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of civilians.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky meanwhile has dismissed Moscow’s claims that Ukraine must recognise the independence of the two eastern territories as ‘ultimatums’ from Putin.
The invasion launched on Feb. 24 has caused thousands of both civilian and military deaths, has sparked the worst refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two, and provoked outrage across the world.
Russia has long demanded that Ukraine agree to rule out joining NATO. In 2019, Ukraine’s then-president Petro Poroshenko signed a constitutional amendment committing the country to striving to become a member of NATO and the EU.
A view shows a residential building damaged by recent shelling, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, in Chernihiv, Ukraine March 3, 2022