Ever Since Russia Made It Known They Would Be Holding International Military Tribunals in Mariupol, the Deep State Machine Flipped a Switch and Began Their Disinformation Campaign to Hijack the Buzzwords and Accusations
Ever since Russia made it known they would be holding International Military Tribunals in Mariupol, the Deep State machine flipped a switch and began their disinformation campaign to hijack the buzzwords and accusations. These are literal Nazi tactics of accusing the other side of that which you are guilty.
Now they are trying to brainwash Americans by associating these buzzwords with Putin and not them. Buzzwords like “crimes against humanity”, “military tribunals”, “war-crimes”, “atrocities”, “genocide”; all the things the Deep State are guilty of in Ukraine, they have now accused Putin of, without evidence.
This also contradicts previous narratives that Russian forces were slaughtering civilians indiscriminately at will. Which of course was war propaganda and false.
In conclusion, Rubio is frantically exhausting all his resources to cover up Ukraine. He is adamant that we should continue sending tens of billions of our tax dollars to Ukraine to cover up the biological malfeasance carried out by him and his Deep State buddies.
Let’s hold Rubio accountable and ask him what he is hiding.
Senators Urge Probe into Russian ‘Filtration’ Camps as Part of Potential Genocide
Senators Marco Rubio and Tim Kaine asked President Biden to investigate whether Russia’s forced deportation and mass detention of Ukrainians constitute genocide or crimes against humanity, in a letter this afternoon.
The two lawmakers urged Biden to increase U.S. efforts to investigate Russian filtration camps in Eastern Ukraine, also pointing to the State Department’s formation of an “Atrocity Crime Advisory Group” with the U.K. and the EU.
“This effort should include investigations of filtration camps in order to determine if such camps have evidence of crimes against humanity or genocide,” they wrote.
They continued, citing reports on the conditions within the camps:
Despite their sanitized, euphemistic name, these camps have similarities with earlier Soviet efforts at destroying non-Russian ethnicities. Public reporting suggests that these camps are the earliest indications of coordinated, state-directed atrocities against the Ukrainian people. Escapees from these camps describe ghetto-like conditions where Russian authorities seek to identify individuals with ties to the Ukrainian military, journalists, or civil society – including even searching for tattoos that indicate sympathy for Ukrainian nationhood. Some reports estimate as many as 400,000 Ukrainians have been processed by these camps, including through forcible deportations, to work in remote regions of Russia, provide support for the Russian forces occupying their own country, and have been tortured. If the history of Russia’s use of filtration camps in Chechnya is any indication, it is possible that many of these individuals face the prospect of mass violations of their human rights.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken released a statement in July calling on Russia “to immediately halt its systematic ‘filtration’ operations and forced deportations in Russian-controlled and held areas of Ukraine.” He added, “The unlawful transfer and deportation of protected persons is a grave breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention on the protection of civilians and is a war crime.”
Blinken’s statement specifically cited reports indicating that Russian authorities are separating Ukrainian children from their parents and “disappearing” certain Ukrainian detainees who don’t make it through the filtration process. A top Ukrainian prosecutor had previously investigated the forced deportation of children to Russia as part of a genocide.
An unclassified U.S. intelligence assessment said in June that “those deemed most threatening during the filtration process, particularly anyone with affiliation to the military or security services, probably are detained in prisons in eastern Ukraine and Russia, though little is known about their fates.”
US Assistant Secretary of State Nuland Admits The Existence of Biolabs in Ukraine
Marco Rubio & CIA Director William Burns talks about Biolabs in Ukraine
ICYMI: Rubio: Ukraine Needs A Lifeline—Now
Ukraine Needs a Lifeline—Now
By Senator Marco Rubio
The Wall Street Journal
May 6, 2014
Ukraine’s future as a sovereign nation is under threat as Russia continues to behave aggressively in the region. President Obama and European leaders are considering imposing broader economic sanctions to punish Vladimir Putin for unlawfully annexing Crimea. They should do it quickly.
This would make it clear to the Kremlin, which is deeply involved in managing Russia’s economy and military, that belligerent behavior has consequences. But in addition to hurting Russia with sanctions, the U.S. should strengthen Ukraine economically. This will help the country withstand Mr. Putin’s attempted takeover.
One way to increase the chances of a prosperous future in Ukraine is to strengthen the nation’s currency, the hryvnia—for a stable monetary foundation is necessary for economic growth. Even as the value of the Russian ruble has fallen almost 9% against the dollar in 2014, Mr. Putin takes comfort in knowing that the hryvnia is doing worse: It has plummeted 35% against the dollar since January. The currency’s weakness is part of his plan to bring Ukraine to its knees.
This is where America and our European allies can throw a wrench into Mr. Putin’s designs, rather than standing idly by as the hryvnia collapses under physical and psychological intimidation from Russia. We should encourage the establishment of a Ukrainian currency board, an institutional arrangement that anchors the value of national money to a more stable currency. Under a currency board, the hryvnia would be convertible into the dollar or the euro at a fixed rate, and backed by Ukraine’s own hard currency reserves. The International Monetary Fund would supplement the reserves with a special-purpose loan arrangement.
A currency board would help Ukraine’s money become as reliable and stable as the world’s dominant reserve currencies. The effects would ripple throughout the economy: Foreign investors could have confidence that the hryvnia is not in a death spiral, and Ukrainians would know that Mr. Putin cannot annihilate the value of their personal savings. Such stability would encourage the nation under siege to maintain its faith in free people and free markets.
Equally important: Moscow would immediately face the dismaying reality that Ukraine’s money is suddenly far more dependable than its own. Russia is already on a spending blowout to save the ruble as economic conditions deteriorate: Russia’s central bank has spent more than $23 billion intervening in foreign exchange markets since January. On April 25, the bank raised its key interest rate by 50 basis points to 7.5%, a desperate attempt to tamp down the inflationary effects of a weakening ruble. Monetary policy is not Russia’s forte in global affairs, and so the U.S. and Europe should use their advantage strategically to hurt a vulnerable adversary.
English/Español: Rubio Introduces Bill to Expedite Emergency Aid for Ukraine
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced an emergency supplemental appropriations bill to provide security, humanitarian, and economic assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies assisting Ukraine. The bill aims to fulfill President Biden’s urgent request for $6.4 billion in funding for the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State to respond to the crisis caused by Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. This funding is urgently needed and cannot wait until the March 11th funding deadline.
“The Ukrainian people have displayed immeasurable courage in the face of Putin’s barbaric attack,” Rubio said. “Ukrainians are asking for support, including weapons, ammunition, and communications equipment. They cannot wait for business as usual here in Washington, they need help right now. The United States must act quickly to ensure Ukraine’s survival, success, and future prosperity as a part of Europe.”
Rubio is the Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, a member of the Senate Committee on Appropriations, and a senior member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Specifically, the $6.4 billion bill:
- Makes available to the Department of Defense:
- $1 billion to provide the Government of Ukraine a list of weapons requested by the Ukrainian government. This includes small arms, grenade launchers, and ammunition, man-portable missiles and rockets in a ready-to-fire configuration, night vision goggles, drones, communication equipment, bullet-proof armor, rations and medical kits.
- $1 billion to provide the governments of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and other NATO Allies with replacement planes, tanks, munitions, anti-air and anti-tank weaponry to both bolster their deterrence efforts against a Russian invasion and to replace equipment donated to the Government of Ukraine.
- $1 billion to procure defense articles to replace those transferred to Ukraine and NATO allies.
- $1 billion to enhance the Department’s capability to defend against a cyberattack originating in Russia or Belarus, that targets critical U.S. infrastructure or the U.S.’ ability to retaliate to a nuclear attack.
- $400 million to the Department of Defense to deliver emergency humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. Encourages the Administration to consider the efficacy of using the military to deliver humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.
- Makes available to the Department of State:
- $500 million to address the humanitarian needs in Ukraine due to the impact caused by Russia’s invasion. Encourages the administration to follow the guidelines of the New Partnership Initiative so that aid is directed at independent Ukrainian organizations, rather than large international organizations.
- $500 million to assist refugees fleeing from Ukraine so that they are provided with adequate facilities in neighboring countries.
- $500 million to rebuild Ukrainian infrastructure damaged by Putin’s invasion.
- $500 million to support the revitalization of Ukraine’s economy after the invasion.
RUBIO PRESENTA LEGISLACIÓN PARA ACELERAR AYUDA DE EMERGENCIA A UCRANIA
Washington, D.C. — El senador estadounidense Marco Rubio (R-FL) presentó un proyecto de ley de asignaciones suplementarias de emergencia para brindar seguridad, asistencia humanitaria y económica a Ucrania y a los aliados de la OTAN que están ayudando a Ucrania. El proyecto de ley tiene como objetivo cumplir con la solicitud urgente del presidente Biden de $6.4 mil millones de dólares en fondos para el Departamento de Defensa de EE.UU. y el Departamento de Estado de EE.UU. para responder a la crisis causada por la invasión de Ucrania por parte de Putin. Esta financiación se necesita con urgencia y no puede esperar hasta la fecha límite de financiación del 11 de marzo.
“El pueblo ucraniano ha demostrado gran valentía frente al bárbaro ataque de Putin”, Rubio dijo. “Los ucranianos están pidiendo apoyo, incluyendo armas, municiones y equipos de comunicación. No pueden esperar que Washington siga como de costumbre, necesitan ayuda ahora mismo. Estados Unidos debe actuar con rapidez para garantizar la supervivencia, el éxito y la prosperidad futura de Ucrania como parte del continente europeo”.
Rubio es vicepresidente del Comité Selecto de Inteligencia del Senado, miembro del Comité de Asignaciones del Senado y miembro del Comité de Relaciones Exteriores del Senado.