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2022年07月11日

日本製鉄東日本製鉄所6月からシアンが流出

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イスラエルはterror state こんなことを許していてはいけない 1





















※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2021/10/13のツイート
きょう、エルサレムのパレスチナ人の墓所に、イスラエル人入植者が放火した! イスラエル当局が、墓をブルドーザーで掘り起し破壊した後に! こいつら人間じゃない。
















※ Shin Hori@ShinHori1氏の2021/5/14のツイート
心の底からイスラエルの軍事行動を支持する中山防衛副大臣の発言、英語でアラブ世界に向けて発信されたことが判明
#中山泰秀防衛副大臣の辞任を求めます




イスラエルでは入植者が武器を持ってパレスチナ人の家を奪いに来るのです。文明国ではない。


FREE PALESTINE@MikePrysner氏の2021/5/13のツイート
Israel is playing with fire. They think they can inflict terror and violence on people who will be too scared to fight back. The Palestinian movement outside Gaza has not adopted armed struggle for a long time. But faced with extermination they can quickly turn the tables




次のように表示されるのは、アカウントが凍結されたためです。アカウント凍結が増えています。


※ spriters@neccamc1氏の2021/4/8のツイート
Published information indicates that an S200 missile was fired at an Israeli fighter tonight, but after the missile chased the fighter in Lebanese airspace, the fighter managed to escape using Chaf and Feller, and the element defense missile landed in an area between the borders

Lebanon and Israel fell. It should be noted that in previous missile attacks, Israeli fighter jets were not fired, and if it is decided to intercept the fighters, it can create a relative deterrent.

※ Syrian Girlシリア国旗@Partisangirl氏の2021/4/7のツイート
It’s time for pro-Palestinian sources to stop referring to the IDF as soldiers. The IDF is just a union of three terrorist troops: Irgun, Hagana and Levi. Israel isn’t a legitimate state. Every time I see the words “israeli” and “soldier” side by side I cringe.






RT2021/3/26
Google exposes nine-month counter-terror hacking op by ‘friendly’ government, raising questions about what makes an ally
A Google hacking team has exposed − and shut down − an expert counterterrorism hacking operation by a supposed US ally. While the report hid most details, it raised troubling questions on what constitutes an ally in cyberspace.

The tech giant’s Project Zero and Threat Analysis Group hacking teams uncovered and ultimately put an end to a counter-terrorism operation being run by a US ally, according to MIT Tech Review, which detailed the internal struggle at Google over whether to publicize the incident and what it implied for future cyber-espionage (apparently, all’s fair in love, war, and malware attacks).

Both Project Zero, which uncovers and exposes security vulnerabilities, and Threat Analysis Group, which tracks hacks believed to be run by governments, helped take down the “friendly” malware attack, which weaponized 11 zero-day vulnerabilities in the course of nine months. A zero-day vulnerability is a flaw that the software’s creator and user are unaware exists, a security issue that can be used as a backdoor and otherwise exploited until it is discovered.

Cropping up 11 times in nine months – more frequently than a typical zero-day exploit – the attack targeted devices powered by iOS, Android, and Windows. The exploits were innovative (MIT described them as “never-before-seen techniques”) and used infected websites as “watering holes” to deliver malware to unfortunate visitors. The infection process had been ongoing since early 2020.

MIT revealed on Friday that the hackers running the scheme were “actually Western government operatives actively conducting a counter-terrorism operation,” an unusual revelation given that tracing hacks to state-level actors is not the easy-to-grasp, cut-and-dried operation that US cybersecurity firms like CrowdStrike and FireEye like to describe when they speak with reporters.

Indeed, while Google’s Threat Analysis Group attributes hacks to states, Project Zero does not, though private security companies have been working on the capability to reliably “link hostile actions with foreign actors” for the last decade – an ability that has recently become more reliable, according to a RAND Corporation paper published in September.

Indeed, Google seems to have only been told it was a counter-terror op in an effort to convince it to allow the hack to continue. Instead, the Google teams went ahead and squelched the attack, in a move that reportedly “caused internal division at Google,” as well as “rais[ing] questions inside the intelligence communities of the United States and its allies.”

While Google managed to get the hack shut down, its announcement released vanishingly few details about the attack itself – who was responsible for the hack, who was the target, and certain technical aspects of the malware and its hosting were left out in a manner that is considered highly atypical for a release by the Google teams, whose work is relied-on and revered across the industry.

The decision appeared to be a compromise between the two Google teams, under the justification that even if the ‘good guys’ were running the hack to nab terrorists now, the 11 separate zero-day vulnerabilities Google had found them using over the past year would ultimately end up in the hands of the ‘bad guys.’ Better, then, to shut it down and keep the entire internet safe than to aid and abet criminals, whether they’re operating in the future or the present.

While cybersecurity teams regularly stumble over one another’s work in the process of patrolling their governments’ networks, certain policies could help decipher who the culprit in this particular instance might have been. The Five Eyes alliance – the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand – have a gentlemen’s agreement not to report hacking operations as long as both the security team and the hackers they’ve tripped over are friendlies, and the US in particular avoids uprooting its own operations in progress.

However, while the US considers Israel its top ally in the Middle East, the National Security Agency and CIA have reportedly both previously designated that country as *the* top spy threat to the US.

Perhaps most shocking is the implication that Google – a private company – can hold its own, national-security-wise, against whichever state sought to continue this counter-terror op without the tech giant spilling the beans to the world. A former senior US official made the point that not all hackers, even state-level powers, were in a position where they could so easily regenerate the kind of exploit capability Google would have shut down by revealing the vulnerability.

“The idea that someone like Google can destroy that much capability that quickly is slowly dawning on folks,” he said.

※ Syrian Girlシリア国旗@Partisangirl氏の2021/3/28のツイート
A one state solution is not impossible, it is inevitable. Israel will expand further into Palestinian territory. They’ll keep trying to ethnically cleanse the non-Jewish population and keep them stateless. But they will fail. Eventually the demographics will overwhelm them.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:25| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

This is an excellent way to get LongCovid

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米英では感染しても仕事を休めない

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自民党の改憲案 早わかり

いまさんからの投稿です。

自民党の改憲案をサクッと見せてくれるページを見つけました。
https://kaiseisouan.com/

私たちが今より幸せに暮らしていける事は、絶対に無さそうな案でした。
みんなこれでよいのかしらん?

自民党の改憲

大変わかりやすいです。ぜひご覧ください。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 13:53| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

2022/7参議院選挙

自民党の改憲案 早わかり


立憲と共産党の限界が指摘されています。そのとおりだと思います。



れいわは、大石あきこさんが政策面の調整を担当するようになって、安定感、安心感が感じられるようになっています。彼女は世界的な政治の動きを知っています。

共産党の山添拓さんも今の国会では代えがたい人材。れいわの山本太郎氏と共産党の山添拓氏の両者に当選してほしいです。


全体としては残念な結果になりましたが、新しい息吹が芽生えたと期待したいです。



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:51| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

Zelensky’s chief of staff “raises many concerns”

Kiev comments on US congresswoman’s allegations
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has responded to Victoria Spartz, who claimed Zelensky’s chief of staff “raises many concerns”
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko on Saturday accused US Congresswoman Victoria Spartz of attempting to bring “Russian propaganda” into American politics.

Spartz had earlier called on the US administration to develop a mechanism for tracking military assistance provided to Kiev, and expressed doubts about the reliability of President Volodymyr Zelensy’s chief of staff in an open letter to Joe Biden.

“We advise Ms. Spartz to stop trying to earn extra political capital on baseless speculation around the topic of war in our country and the grief of Ukrainians. Especially cynical are manipulations about Ukraine and its leadership from a congresswoman of Ukrainian origin,” Nikolenko wrote on Facebook.

He also called on Spartz to “stop undermining the existing mechanisms of providing US military assistance to Ukraine,” claiming that Kiev’s interaction with its American partners is completely transparent. Any “further bureaucratization and delaying the process” will only help the Kremlin, the Foreign Ministry spokesman claimed.

On July 8, in an interview with Fox News, Spartz called on Congress to establish “proper oversight” of billions of dollars in assistance provided to Ukraine. Just a few days prior to that, the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that “some of the foreign weapons supplied by the West to Ukraine are spreading throughout the Middle East region, and also end up on the black market.”

The head of Interpol, Jurgen Stock, also expressed concern that the conflict in Ukraine would result in numerous weapons being sold illegally.

In her open letter to the president, a redacted version of which was published on the same day, Spartz said the Ukrainian president’s chief of staff, Andrey Yermak, “raises many concerns with a variety of people” in the US and around the world. However, the congresswoman noted, he is believed to be “highly regarded” by Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.

“Based on a variety of intelligence, actions taken by Mr. Yermak in Ukraine and his alleged dealings in connection with Russia, Congress needs to obtain this information urgently to confirm or deny various serious allegations,” Spartz’s office explained.

The congresswoman brought Biden’s attention to the appointment of Oleg Tatarov as Yermak’s deputy responsible for the fight against corruption. She claimed that Tatarov “has been delaying the appointment of an independent anti-corruption prosecutor for over a year.” Spartz also noted that, prior to his appointment, Tatarov was investigated by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau but later his case “was allegedly inappropriately transferred to a regular prosecutor and closed.”

“Mr. Tatarov was also a top police official under former president Yanukovych prosecuting Euromaidan protesters,” the congresswoman said.

Tatarov became deputy chief of staff in August 2020. His appointment caused outrage for several reasons, including his alleged ties with Russia. The public organization ‘Family of the Heavenly Hundred’, which represented relatives of those killed during the Western-backed Euromaidan protests of 2013-2014, accused the former deputy head of the Interior Ministry’s investigation department of justifying and covering up “mass crimes and violations of human rights.”

Since 2017, Tatarov has been under investigation over alleged misuse of money set aside for the construction of housing for the National Guard. He has kept his position despite the fact that both his immediate supervisor, Andrey Yermak, and President Zelensky were forced to publicly defend him.

In late 2021, Yermak explained the appointment of Tatarov by saying the HR department had found Tatarov’s “professional level” to be suited to the position for which he was considered.

He also said that four-year-old accusations against Tatarov “have nothing to do” with his work in the presidential office.

In July 2021, responding to a petition demanding Tatarov’s dismissal, Zelensky stated that “no one shall be compelled to do what is not prescribed by law.” In 2020, he stated that Oleg Tatarov had not been involved in the dispersal of activists during the Maidan.
ウクライナ外務省は、ゼレンスキー参謀を "多くの懸念を抱かせる "と主張したヴィクトリア・スパーツに反論した。
ウクライナ外務省のオレグ・ニコレンコ報道官は土曜日、アメリカの政治に「ロシアのプロパガンダ」を持ち込もうとしているとして、アメリカの下院議員ヴィクトリア・スパーツ氏を非難した。

スパーツ氏は、キエフに提供された軍事支援を追跡するメカニズムを開発するよう米政権に要請し、ジョー・バイデン氏への公開書簡でヴォロディミル・ゼレンシ大統領の参謀の信頼性について疑念を表明していた。

「私たちはスパーツ女史に、我が国の戦争とウクライナ人の悲しみにまつわる根拠のない憶測で余分な政治資金を稼ごうとするのはやめるよう忠告する。特に、ウクライナ出身の下院議員によるウクライナとその指導者についての工作は皮肉だ」とニコレンコはFacebookに書いている。

彼はまた、キエフとアメリカのパートナーとの交流は完全に透明であると主張し、スパーツに「ウクライナにアメリカの軍事支援を提供する既存のメカニズムを損なうことをやめる」よう呼びかけた。これ以上の官僚化とプロセスの遅延」は、クレムリンを助けるだけだと外務省報道官は主張した。

7月8日、Fox Newsとのインタビューで、スパーツは議会に対し、ウクライナに提供された何十億ドルもの支援について「適切な監視」を確立するよう呼びかけた。その数日前には、ロシアのセルゲイ・ショイグ国防相が、"欧米がウクライナに供給した外国製兵器の一部は中東地域に拡散し、闇市場にも出回っている "と発言していたばかりである。

インターポールのユルゲン・ストック代表も、ウクライナ紛争によって多数の武器が違法に販売されることに懸念を表明している。

同日公開された大統領への公開書簡(編集版)の中で、スパーツ氏は、ウクライナ大統領首席補佐官のアンドレイ・ヤーマク氏が、米国および世界中の「さまざまな人々に多くの懸念を抱かせている」と述べた。しかし、バイデン氏の国家安全保障顧問であるジェイク・サリバン氏からは「高く評価」されているとみられると、同議員は指摘する。

「様々な情報、ウクライナでヤーマク氏がとった行動、ロシアに関連する取引の疑惑に基づき、議会は様々な深刻な疑惑を確認または否定するために、この情報を緊急に入手する必要がある」とスパーツ氏の事務所は説明した。

同議員は、バイデン氏に、汚職との闘いを担当するヤーマクの副官としてオレグ・タタロフが任命されたことに注目させた。彼女は、タタロフが「1年以上、独立した反汚職検察官の任命を遅らせている」と主張した。また、スパーツ氏は、タタロフ氏が任命される前、国家反汚職局によって調査されたが、その後、彼の事件は "不適切に通常の検察官に移管され、解決されたと言われている "と指摘した。

"タタロフ氏は、ヤヌコビッチ前大統領の下でユーロメイダン抗議者を起訴する警察幹部でもあった。"と同議員は述べている。

タタロフ氏は2020年8月に副長官に就任した。彼の任命は、ロシアとの結びつきが疑われるなど、いくつかの理由で怒りを引き起こした。2013年から2014年にかけての欧米の支援を受けたユーロマイドン抗議デモで殺害された人々の親族を代表する公共団体「天の百人一組」は、内務省捜査局の前副長官が "集団犯罪と人権侵害 "を正当化し、隠蔽していると非難した。

2017年以降、タタロフ氏は国家警備隊の住宅建設に充てられた資金の不正使用疑惑で捜査を受けている。直属の上司であるアンドレイ・イェルマクも、ゼレンスキー大統領も、公の場で彼を擁護せざるを得なかったにもかかわらず、彼はその地位を保っている。

2021年末、Yermak氏はタタロフ氏の起用について、人事部がタタロフ氏の「専門レベル」を検討した役職にふさわしいと判断した、と説明した。

また、タタロフ氏に対する4年前の告発は、大統領府での仕事とは「何の関係もない」とも述べた。

2021年7月、タタロフの解任を要求する請願書に対し、ゼレンスキーは "法律に定められていないことを強制されることはない "と述べた。2020年には、マイダンの際の活動家たちの散開にオレグ・タタロフは関与していないと述べた。

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posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:11| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

ポーランドは狂ってきている 1

Former Polish president suggests reducing Russia’s population
The West should either change the Russian “political system” or instigate a massive uprising, Lech Walesa believes
The world will never be safe as long as modern-day Russia exists, former Polish president Lech Walesa told French broadcaster LCI on Friday, claiming that Russia is “imperial” in nature and will always seek to “keep annexing peoples.”

Even if Western nations would help Ukraine to win its ongoing conflict with Moscow, they would still fail to make the world a safer place, Walesa argued, adding the international community would potentially see another conflict involving Russia “in five years.” “In ten years, we will see another Putin arise,” he added, referring to Russian president Vladimir Putin, who is increasingly portrayed as an autocratic strongman by Western officials and the media.

To avoid such a development, the West “must force [a] change of political system” in Russia, the former Polish president believes. If it proves to be impossible, “organizing an uprising” would be another option, he said.
According to Walesa, Russia still has “60 peoples, who have been annexed like Ukrainians [are being annexed] today.” It would be “necessary to stir those peoples … to action” to bring Russia’s population “back to less than 50 million,” the former president said, pointing to a potential forceful disintegration of the modern-day Russia. According to the latest population census held in 2021, Russia’s population currently amounts to around 147 million people, the state statistical agency, Rosstat, said in April.




NATO should give ultimatum to Russia – Polish general
The bloc should be prepared to introduce ‘anti-missile protection’ over Ukraine to defend its borders and Western weapons supplies, Stanislaw Koziej said
The former head of the Polish National Security Bureau, General Stanislaw Koziej, has called on NATO to deliver an ultimatum to Russia: either Moscow stops missile strikes in the western parts of Ukraine near NATO borders or the alliance imposes “anti-missile protection” over Ukraine.

In an interview with the Polish web portal Onet last week, Koziej, who was Poland’s national security chief between 2010 and 2015, said that NATO should protect the military equipment that Western countries are sending to Ukraine.

At the moment, the general said, Russian forces are trying to destroy the weapons by long-range missiles launched from the Black Sea, or with the help of strategic aviation.

This is “not acceptable,” Koziej claims. According to him, the fact that Russia is apparently using dual-purpose missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads gives NATO every reason to take steps to mitigate the risks.

“We have all arguments to take preventative measures and to inform Russia that if it does not stop attacking our border with long-range missiles, then from some day we will introduce anti-missile protection over Western Ukraine,” Koziej said.

Russia has long called on the West to stop “pumping up” Ukraine with weapons, warning that it would only prolong the conflict and lead to further problems. Moscow also made it clear that it would consider any foreign military equipment on Ukrainian territory a legitimate target.

In Koziej’s opinion, until now Russia has successfully “blackmailed” the West by threatening the potential use of nuclear weapons. Therefore, he argued, NATO should be prepared to shoot down Russian missiles “at an appropriate distance” from its border.

“In my opinion, this situation must be finally reversed or at least balanced. It cannot be that in the confrontation of two sides, only one scares, puts up barriers, conditions and red lines,” the former head of the National Security Bureau said.

On June 17, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia was not threatening anyone with nuclear weapons but that “everyone should know what we have and what we will use if necessary to protect our sovereignty.”

Commenting on the current situation in Ukraine from the military perspective, Koziej said that “nothing is decided yet.” While Russia is “slowly pushing forward,” the Western support remains a hope for Ukraine.

“Ukrainians have more and more modern military equipment from the West, and the Russians have the opposite, because they must also reach for obsolete, post-Soviet equipment,” he claimed.

Koziej hasn’t ruled out that Ukraine might suffer territorial losses.

“But in the sense of state unity, the strength of the Ukrainian nation, Ukraine’s position in the world or its chances of joining the West, Ukraine has won this conflict…,” he said.

Meanwhile, Russia, according to the general, “is losing the war” because its strategic possibilities will decrease, its position on the international stage will deteriorate and Russians’ standard of living “will drop significantly.”

Since the launch of Russia’s special military operation, Kiev has been asking NATO and Western countries to impose a no-fly zone over or provide Ukraine with the means to do so itself, such as anti-air defense systems and warplanes. These requests, however, remain unfulfilled as the West claims that such a move would put it in direct confrontation with Russia.

Russia attacked the neighboring state in late February, following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements, first signed in 2014, and Moscow’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. The German- and French-brokered protocols were designed to give the breakaway regions special status within the Ukrainian state.

The Kremlin has since demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked and has denied claims it was planning to retake the two republics by force.
ポーランド国家安全保障局の元局長、スタニスワフ・コジェイ将軍は、NATOに対し、モスクワがNATO国境に近いウクライナ西部でのミサイル攻撃を止めるか、同盟がウクライナに「対ミサイル保護」を施すかの、最後通牒を突きつけるよう呼びかけた。
2010年から2015年までポーランドの国家安全保障責任者を務めたコジェイ氏は先週、ポーランドのウェブポータルサイトOnetとのインタビューで、NATOは西側諸国がウクライナに送っている軍備を保護すべきだと述べた。
現時点では、ロシア軍は黒海から発射される長距離ミサイルや、戦略航空の力を借りて兵器を破壊しようとしていると同将軍は述べた。
これは「許されることではない」とコジェイ氏は主張する。ロシアが核弾頭を搭載できる多目的ミサイルを使用していることは、NATOがリスクを軽減するための措置を講じる十分な理由になるという。
「もしロシアが長距離ミサイルによる国境攻撃を止めないのであれば、いつの日か西ウクライナに対ミサイル防衛を導入することになる」とコジェイ氏は述べた。
ロシアは以前から、西側諸国に対して、ウクライナへの兵器投入をやめるよう求めており、それは紛争を長引かせ、さらなる問題を引き起こすだけだと警告している。また、モスクワは、ウクライナ領内にある外国軍の装備はすべて正当な標的とみなすと明言している。
コジェイ氏の考えでは、これまでロシアは核兵器使用の可能性を脅かすことで、西側諸国を「脅迫」することに成功してきた。そのため、NATOはロシアのミサイルを国境から「適切な距離」で撃墜する用意があるはずだと主張した。
「私の考えでは、この状況を最終的に逆転させるか、少なくとも均衡を保たなければならない。両者の対立の中で、一方だけが恐怖を与え、障壁や条件、レッドラインを設けるということはありえない」と、元国家安全保障局長は述べた。
6月17日、ロシアのプーチン大統領は、ロシアは核兵器で誰かを脅しているわけではないが、"我々の主権を守るために、我々が何を持ち、必要ならば何を使うのか、誰もが知るべきだ "と述べた。
ウクライナの現状を軍事的な観点からコメントすると、コジェイ氏は、"まだ何も決まっていない "と言った。ロシアが "ゆっくりと前進している "一方で、欧米の支援はウクライナにとって希望であることに変わりはない。
"ウクライナ人は西側からどんどん近代的な軍備を手に入れ、ロシア人は逆に旧式のソ連後の装備にも手を伸ばさなければならないからだ "と主張した。
コジェイ氏は、ウクライナが領土的な損失を被る可能性も否定していない。
「しかし、国家の統一、ウクライナの国力、世界におけるウクライナの地位、あるいは西側諸国への加盟の可能性という意味で、この紛争はウクライナの勝利である...」と述べた。
一方、ロシアは、戦略的可能性が減少し、国際舞台での地位が悪化し、ロシア人の生活水準が「著しく低下する」ため、将軍によれば、「戦争に負けている」のだという。
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・・・ロシアの外国の援助による兵器を破壊する作戦は効いています。ポーランドのいら立ちは相当なもの。ポーランドはこれまでもいろいろとロシアを挑発していますから、ロシアと対決することとなった場合の不利な立場を理解している。ウクライナ戦争の状況についても判断がぶれています。負けを認めたくない、認めるわけにはいかないということのようです。

Lukashenko warns Poland over western Ukraine
Belarus will have to react if Poland tries to “encircle” it, the president said
Belarus believes that Poland is considering taking over the western part of Ukraine, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Friday. He warned Warsaw against such a move, warning his country would have to intervene if it did.

“We cannot allow the Poles to encircle us,” he said. “As I once said, the Ukrainians and the Russians will ask us to preserve [Ukraine’s] integrity. So that [Poles] don’t take a bite out of it.”

Belarus facilitated Russia’s military campaign against Ukraine by allowing its troops to use its territory, but declined to deploy its own troops to the battlefield. Speaking during a visit to a factory, Lukashenko claimed that Western powers, Poland in particular, would like to drag his nation into the conflict. Warsaw acts boldly because it is being armed and financed by the US, he said.



これはその通りです。


West has right to give Ukraine nukes – EU lawmaker
Radoslaw Sikorski urged countries to “dissuade” Russia from using nuclear weapons against Ukraine

The West could provide Ukraine with nuclear weapons to help defend itself against Russia, Radoslaw Sikorski, a member of the European Parliament and former Polish foreign minister, said.

“The West has the right to give Ukraine nuclear warheads so that it could protect its independence,” Sikorski told Ukraine’s Espreso TV on Saturday.

Sikorski, who served as Poland’s foreign minister between 2007 and 2014, argued that Russia violated the Budapest Memorandum.

Under the 1994 document signed by Ukraine, Russia, Britain, and the US, Kiev agreed to surrender its Soviet-era nuclear arsenal. The signatories promised to “respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine.”

On Sunday, Sikorski reiterated his position, accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of threatening Ukraine with nuclear weapons and arguing that the West must “dissuade” him.

Last month, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexey Zaytsev denied that Moscow was planning to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. He said that claims to the contrary are “deliberate lies.”

Poland does not belong in EU – ex-president
Germany and France should establish a new bloc without Warsaw and Budapest, Lech Walesa said
Former Polish President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Walesa has suggested that the European Union should dissolve itself to create a new bloc without Poland and Hungary.

In an interview with the Polish portal Interia about the European Commission finally approving the National Reconstruction Plan for his country, Walesa, who was president between 1990 and 1995, said that sending billions of euros in investments to Warsaw would be a “failure” for the EU. In his opinion, these funds will be stolen “anyway” and thus “without the rule of law, it makes no sense to waste billions of euros.”

“The Union, instead of compromising with Poland, should dissolve itself and, moments later, create a new bloc based on Germany and France, but without Poland and Hungary,” he said.

If Poland still wanted to join the new union, Walesa argued, they would have to “accept obligations.”

The founder and longtime leader of the Solidarity Trade Union, known for his highly critical stance towards the current Polish leadership, said that his country is “losing billions due to a few frivolous politicians.”

Women attacked in Poland over Victory Day (VIDEO)
Pro-Ukrainian protesters started a fight at the monument for Soviet soldiers

ワルシャワでロシア大使にペンキをかけた事件もありました。若い人、特に女性が大きな役割。

ポーランドは、経済的にも問題を抱え、国民に不満がたまっていることも確かでしょう。

警官は見ぬふりをしています。

首相などの発言もひどい。この国はどこに行くのかわからなくなりました。

リトアニア、ポーランド、ウクライナ、そしてドイツなど、どこも今の政治的な姿勢、国民の反応が本当の姿なのだと思います。

ドイツは、政治学の研究者が多くても、現状に声をあげる人は少ない。

これらの国は、東洋人に対する人種的な差別もあります。

日本が戦争になったら、これらの国よりももっともっとひどいことになるでしょう。



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ウクライナは最悪の結果に向けて進んでいる 2













エルドアンはシリア北西部にいるテロリストを持て余している。ウクライナに再就職させればロシア軍が始末してくれる。


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・・・命からがら逃げていくのに弾薬を運んでいられませんよね。





Top Ukrainian official lashes out at Zelensky adviser
The head of the Security Council criticized Mikhail Podoliak for becoming the self-proclaimed “voice of the army”
The head of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), Alexey Danilov, has called out presidential adviser Mikhail Podoliak for making statements on behalf of the military.

Earlier this week, Podoliak unveiled an arms wish list for the West, saying Kiev needs 300 multiple-launch rocket systems, 500 tanks, and 1,000 howitzers to achieve heavy weapons parity with Russia.

On Saturday, in an interview with news outlet Liga, Danilov stressed that only senior military officials can make statements like this, questioning why Podoliak “is now the voice of the army.”


・・・キエフが米国から渡されたロケット砲でクリミヤの橋を破壊したらdecision centerを破壊するとロシアが警告しています。これまでは、ロシアはキエフの官公庁は攻撃していませんが、軍の本部や通信施設を破壊するでしょう。ウクライナ政府の施設を攻撃するときはおそらく事前に警告するでしょう。ゼレンスキーが非難しなければならなくなります。相手の自制を当然のことと甘く見ているのは、間違いです。そこまで行ったほうが早く決着するかもしれません。





Kremlin comments on EU leaders’ visit to Kiev
Moscow says it can hardly expect Ukraine to return to the negotiation table
Moscow hopes a visit by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis contributes to Ukraine adopting a more “realistic” stance on its conflict with Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Thursday.

Russia is, however, skeptical about the prospect of Ukraine returning to the negotiation table, he added. Moscow hopes the four leaders “would not focus solely on supporting Ukraine by pumping it full of arms,” the spokesman to Russian President Vladimir Putin said, pointing out that this policy would be “absolutely useless” and would only “prolong the suffering of people and deal further damage to this nation.”

Instead, Moscow hopes the four European leaders could use “these contacts” to make Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky adopt “a realistic stance on the situation,” Peskov added.

Earlier on Thursday, Victor Andrusiv, an aide to the Ukrainian interior minister, told journalists that Macron, Draghi, and Scholz might have come to Ukraine to encourage it to return to talks with Russia. “According to my information, Macron, Scholz, and Draghi are bringing us an EU candidacy status … and a request to return to the negotiation process with Putin,” he said.

Moscow also hopes the visit would help clarify Ukraine’s position on grain exports. Russia’s position on the issue has not changed, Peskov said, adding that Moscow is still ready to facilitate grain export from the Ukrainian ports. Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Ukrainian forces should demine the coastal areas first to make that possible.

“We do not know exactly if Ukraine wants it … because they stay silent on the issue,” Peskov said on Thursday, adding that the topic would “obviously” be on the visit’s agenda. The head of the Ukrainian president’s office, Andrey Ermak, also told journalists earlier on Thursday that “food security, weapons and support for Ukraine” would be among the issues Zelensky was expected to discuss with the four leaders.

モスクワは、ドイツのショルツ首相、フランスのマクロン大統領、イタリアのドラギ首相、ルーマニアのイオハニス大統領の訪問により、ウクライナがロシアとの紛争についてより「現実的」な姿勢をとることを期待していると、ドミトリ・ペスコフ報道官が木曜日に記者団に語った。

しかし、ロシアは、ウクライナが交渉のテーブルに戻るという見通しには懐疑的であると、彼は付け加えた。プーチン大統領報道官は、4人の首脳が「武器を大量に供給してウクライナを支援することだけに集中しない」ことをモスクワは望んでいると述べ、この政策は「全く役に立たない」し、「人々の苦しみを長引かせ、この国にさらなる損害を与えるだけ」だと指摘した。

その代わりにモスクワは、欧州の4人の首脳が「これらの接触」を利用して、ウクライナのヴォロディミル・ゼレンスキー大統領に「状況に対する現実的な姿勢」を取らせることを期待していると、ペスコフ報道官は付け加えた。

木曜日、ウクライナ内相の補佐官であるヴィクトル・アンドルシフ氏はジャーナリストに、マクロン、ドラギ、ショルツがウクライナにやってきて、ロシアとの交渉に戻るよう促しているかもしれないと語った。"私の情報によると、マクロン、ショルツ、ドラギの3人は、EUの立候補資格...そしてプーチンとの交渉プロセスへの復帰要請を持って来ている "と彼は言った。

モスクワはまた、今回の訪問が穀物輸出に関するウクライナの立場を明確にする一助となることを期待している。ペスコフは、この問題に対するロシアの立場は変わっていないと述べ、モスクワは依然としてウクライナの港からの穀物輸出を促進する用意があると付け加えた。これに先立ち、ロシアのセルゲイ・ラブロフ外相は、それを可能にするために、ウクライナ軍はまず沿岸部の地雷除去を行うべきであると述べた。

ペスコフは木曜日、「ウクライナがそれを望んでいるかどうかは正確にはわからない...彼らはこの問題について沈黙を守っているからだ」と述べ、この話題は「明らかに」訪問の議題になるだろうと付け加えた。ウクライナ大統領府のアンドレイ・エルマク長官も木曜日、記者団に対し、「食糧安全保障、武器、ウクライナへの支援」などがゼレンスキー氏と4人の指導者の間で話し合われる予定であると述べた。

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