Sunday, February 27, 2022

"Neighbors' motion detectors and tunnel under the home" brainwash led by night visits for the sake of the politics and $$$$$

 Krka Pharmaceutical was the pioneer in violations/ treaties which no one in this world would touch in respect to Russia and Serbia(one took initiative in cross border crime and have had for that matter complete backup from USA, Germany, and foremost Great Britain known as United Kingdom - they needed on the other hand oil/gas, Russian minerals and other lucrative trade related issues going including Russian market). ITS ALWAYS THAT FIRST ONE THAT BREAKS ICE - ICE BREAKER IN RESPECT TO WHAT WE SEE TOOK PLACE NOW EVEN IN UKRAINE WAS IN 1995 ALREADY NO OTHER THAN KRKA PHARMACEUTICAL.

This is why our Novo mesto house so important for Putin ,  Bush, "Royals", Berlin, and everyone else willing to fish for fast and big money.

When Obama and his helpers tried to brainwash against me even people from ex Soviet republics occupied by Russia, things went badly for them as they knew whole Russian scenario which also included UNCLE TOMS' CASH FOR LIES part of the LONDONIAN money game - rotten Putin's deal....

Cruise missiles Russia is using today on ships and tanks(armored vehicles), we have seen first during George Bush's assault on Iraq. In 1995 when Western elites begun meetings with eastern European politicians of which Putin was #1(Putin represented Russian mafia - others were pushed away instead), Russia completely failed - collapsed incapable to produce even old Lada cars - one lost war in 1996 against 2 million Chechens in Chechnya. But declared new one after receiving assistance from West in 1999...and so it went from zero to what we se is taking place against Ukraine today.

@THE MAN THAT HE BECAME(will finish his work one started for uncle Romanov Putin in 2010) and his royal family in London - Better cyanide than anywhere near you and yours. You an insult for the world.
Naaaah...everything he does ENTITLED BACKSTABBING loser is hiding and lying about along his family. He wants to be seen as someone as something, but he hides behind pseudonyms and years of what one claims is related to "his" personal work(its a work of his writers and psychologists British taxpayers pay for).
2022 Russian War on Ukraine WITH TOTAL assistance and in agreement with West - how it all started and where world is heading

Petrofac, Gazprom enter partnership

Oct. 8, 2021
Gazprom and Petrofac have formed a partnership to export and promote the standards of the Russian energy industry domestically and internationally.

Offshore staff

LONDON – Gazprom and Petrofac have formed a partnership to export and promote the standards of the Russian energy industry domestically and internationally.

Under the five-year memorandum of cooperation, the two parties will collaborate on industry standardization initiatives as Russia’s energy sector invites international companies to assist its expansion domestically and overseas.

Initially Petrofac will support definition and development of pre-qualification and qualification criteria for local suppliers and local manufacturers.

The company has operated in Russia since 1993, and has offices in Moscow and Sakhalin Island.

Since 2006 Petrofac has also operated the Sakhalin Technical Training Centre, and increased its presence on the island in 2017 after securing a contract from Sakhalin Energy for its onshore processing facility.


Prince Charles’ Putin-Hitler remarks in Halifax set off firestorm in Britain

In Britain, Charles has sometimes been accused of compromising the Royal Family’s political neutrality with his strong views.


HALIFAX—The seemingly off-the-cuff comment reportedly made by Prince Charles in Halifax comparing Russian President Vladimir Putin's actions in Ukraine to the territory-seizing of Adolf Hitler has stirred debate in the United Kingdom about the role of the monarchy.

Labour party MP Mike Gapes weighed in with a tweet that suggested the Prince of Wales should have kept his comments to himself.

“In constitutional monarchy policy and diplomacy should be conducted by parliament and government. Monarchy should be seen and not heard,” he tweeted.

When someone asked him about the prince's right to free speech, he replied on Twitter: “If you are heir to throne or monarch what you say matters. Normal 'free speech' argument not relevant.”

Read more on the reported comments here

Prince Charles, Camilla touch down in Halifax for four-day royal tour

But Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg told the BBC the prince was “free to express himself.”

“I have never been of this view that if you are a member of the royal family somehow you have to enter into some Trappist vow of silence,” said Clegg. “I think he is entitled to his views. But I don't know whether those were his views because I just don't think providing a running commentary on what were private conversations is useful to anybody.”

Britain's Daily Mail said Charles made the comment during a visit Monday to the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax.

The newspaper reported museum volunteer Marienne Ferguson as saying her Jewish family fled to Canada from Poland when she was 13, but that other relatives failed to flee before the German army arrived in Gdansk in 1939.

It quoted Ferguson as saying she told Charles about her family background and how she came to Canada, and that Charles then said to her: “And now Putin is doing just about the same as Hitler.”

The Canadian Press could not reach Ferguson for comment about the report.

A spokeswoman for Clarence House, the residence of Prince Charles, told the news agency early Wednesday, “We don‘t comment on private conversations.”

“We do like to stress that the Prince of Wales wouldn’t seek to make a political statement during a private conversation,” the spokeswoman added.

Ferguson later told the BBC it was “just a little remark. I didn't think it was going to make such a big uproar.”

Tensions have grown between Putin and the West since Russia's annexation of Crimea earlier this year.

Charles has sometimes been accused of compromising the Royal Family's political neutrality with his strong views on topics including education, architecture and the environment.

He is due to join the Queen and leaders of the Second World War Allies — including Putin — at events in France on June 6 to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings that led to the liberation of Europe. There was no immediate comment reported from Russian officials.

The prince and his wife, Camilla, are scheduled to wrap up their trip to Canada on Wednesday in Winnipeg.

With files from The Associated Press

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