Japan rearms for war: What it means for Asia
Tokyo is working to assert itself as a global military power and could destabilize its entire region in the process
By Timur Fomenko, political analyst
Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida commenced 2023 with a tour of G7 countries, having visited France, Italy, the UK, the US and Canada. Holding the Presidency of the US-centric group for this year, Kishida will host its summit in Hiroshima in May.

While a lot of his trips focused on preparing ground for the summit, Kishida notably signed scores of defence deals along the way, showing how the visit ties in with Japan’s ultimate ambition right now: Rearmament.

Since the end of World War II, Japan’s military power has been limited by its constitution to be strictly defensive. The country renounced the right to settle disputes via armed conflict and ruled out having an army or fighting a war abroad. This has posed limitations on defence spending, but also made Japan reliant on the United States for its security. However, now these limitations are all but defunct, even if they still exist on paper. Tokyo has the well-equipped Japan Self-Defense Forces, effectively a standing defensive army, and has recently pledged to double its defence spending by 2027 and to attain “second strike” capabilities with an eye on both China and North Korea, spurring on a regional arms race.

In 2022, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated. While he passed away, his ideas of Japanese military revisionism remained. The climate of geopolitical competition in respect to the rise of China and North Korea’s nuclear missile program has served as a platform for Japan to effectively end its pacifist epoch. These changes have allowed the nationalist Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), despite unfavourable economic results for decades, to perpetually stay in power amongst its key coalitions and thus force through this revisionism, despite opposition from some members of the Japanese public.

While the United States has always seen Japan as the bulwark of its power-projection in Asia, a position it consolidated during the Korean War, it is now allowing Japan to “escape the leash” of its post-war military limitations, hoping it will help in the containment of China. The Biden administration has established a strategy of creating coalitions to target Beijing, such as for example, the Quad and AUKUS. The US aims to counter the rise of China through granting allies extended military capabilities and capacity that they did not have previously. Such as, for example, allowing Australia to gain nuclear submarines through AUKUS or, in this case, giving leeway for Japan to expand its military reach, such as building new air bases in Okinawa.

In doing so, Washington increasingly understands Japan as a critical asset in a Taiwan-related contingency with China, with Japanese territory being effectively 100 kilometers or so east of the island itself. Thus, Japan now recognizes the island as a critical variable in its own defence policy, because if Taiwan falls to mainland rule, Japan will be militarily ‘checkmated’ by China, which will subsequently change the balance of power in Asia against the US. A missile unit is now being built on a Japanese island close to Taiwan itself. While Tokyo does not officially recognize Taiwan’s independence and maintains a position of strategic ambiguity on the matter, its very close relations with the US and the fact that its constitution was amended in 2014 to allow for military action in defence of allies both increase the possibility of Japan directly intervening in a Taiwan conflict.

What is notable is how Japan is not just turning to the United States for its own military expansionism, but to other countries too. This includes deeper relationships with the UK, Canada and Australia, amongst others. For example, Japan will build a “next generation fighter jet” with the UK and Italy which will involve the use of AI. While it is clear that the United States is pushing its allies to work together to try and contain China, on the other hand such moves also set out how Japan is attempting to reassert its own strategic independence with a view to establishing itself again as a military power in its own right, something it has not attempted since the 1940s.

All this, however, brings a new dynamic of danger to Asia. First of all, in the geographic region of northeast Asia, Russia and China both see Japan as a potential military opponent, and will likely align greater in respect to this dynamic. Second, Japan’s militarism is escalating an already tense situation with North Korea, who, facing a stronger Tokyo, is motivated to increase its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities, finding greater justification to do so. Third, the sentiment of anti-Japanese nationalism in China will rise, meaning tensions between the two will increase. And, finally, despite a common ally in the United States, what will South Korea do in the face of an increasingly stronger Japan? It may feel militarily dominated or isolated, which will also force the country to arm itself further amid a myriad of challenges. As such, the rearmament of Japan will have a massive destabilizing effect on Asia, and it’s something Washington is happy to see occur in order to retain its clout over the region.









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結局 他の人に感染させるのが最大の悪





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残存ウクライナの人口は 1,650 万人を超えず

したがって、この紛争の後、この内陸の貧しいランプ ウクライナの人口は 1,650 万人を超えず、永久に人口が減少することになります。

基本的に、ルーマニアの別のバージョン - より貧しく、より絶望的です。

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Stop the proxy war in Ukraine!

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BREAKING − COVID ワクチンの終わりが近づいています。日本では、さらに2人の教授が発言しています。広島大学医学部の長尾正中教授、高知大学の佐野重俊教授
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ウクライナのドニプロ 住宅地での爆発にクレムリンが反応

Top Zelensky aide resigns amid apartment-block blast uproar
Aleksey Arestovich apologized for disclosing that Ukrainian defenses brought down Russian missile that caused a deadly explosion in Dnepr

A high-profile adviser to President Vladimir Zelensky has tendered his resignation, having admitted live on air that Ukrainian forces had shot down a Russian missile over the city of Dnepr before it reportedly landed on an apartment block, killing dozens. The remark has landed Aleksey Arestovich in hot water, as commenters claimed he was blaming the Ukrainian military for the deaths.

Arestovich shared his handwritten letter of resignation, addressed to Andrey Yermak, Zelensky’s chief-of-staff, on Tuesday morning. He claimed he was showing “an example of civilized behavior” by leaving his position in the Ukrainian government. It was not immediately clear if his request has been accepted.

The presidential aide previously described his remark as “a serious mistake, made during a live broadcast.”

“The level of hate directed at me is incomparable with the consequences of the on-air mistake,” Arestovich said. He offered apologies to those “deeply hurt” by his words, but not “to the people who are spinning this issue.”

Arestovich previously claimed that he'd received a tip from an acquaintance, an experienced military expert, who said he'd heard a blast from an interceptor missile before the Russian missile hit the residential building in Dnepr on Saturday. He reported it during a YouTube interview the same day.

The Ukrainian Defense Ministry denied having engaged the projectile and claimed that, in the first place, it didn’t have the capability to intercept Kh-22 air-launched cruise missiles. It claimed that its previous statements that some missiles of that model had been intercepted were “inaccurate.”

Ukrainian officials reported on Tuesday that the incident in Dnepr claimed at least 40 lives and injured 79 people, while 25 were listed as missing. The Russian Defense Ministry said it was targeting military sites and elements of Ukraine's energy infrastructure during the Saturday barrage. The Kremlin blamed Kiev for the deaths of civilians, with spokesman Dmitry Peskov stating that “this tragedy was the result of the actions of the air defense missiles.”

Yermak appointed Arestovich as a freelance aide in early 2020, which boosted his profile as a frequent commenter on all things related to the conflict with Russia. He was a speaker eagerly platformed by Ukrainian media outlets for years before that.

The veracity of his messages was called into question by Arestovich himself. In December 2017, he came out as a self-described propagandist, who had “lied a lot” since 2014 to boost the morale of Ukrainians and damage the image of Russia.

Arestovich may be launching a career as a politician with his resignation, Russian political expert Marat Bashirov suggested on his Telegram feed, reacting to the news. Zelensky’s office may find it “difficult to shut him up,” he suggested, alleging that Arestovich has patrons among the British intelligence fold. But he may also face violence from a radical nationalist with a wish to “take revenge,” the commenter predicted.






ウクライナ国防省は発射体の交戦を否定し、そもそも空から発射される巡航ミサイルKh-22を迎撃する能力はないと主張した。また、同型のミサイルを迎撃したという以前の発言は "不正確 "だったと主張している。






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速報: スコットランドの性別認識法は、前例のない動きで英国政府によって阻止されました。
スコットランド高等法院のアリスター ジャックは、この法律が成立するのを阻止する「セクション 35 命令」を提出しました。


スコットランド、性別変更手続きを簡易化 イギリス政府は懸念






London vetoes Scotland’s new transgender law
PM Rishi Sunak’s government has vowed to stop Edinburgh’s new gender recognition legislation from enactment
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エレノアのクラスで COVID の症例があり、今では全員が病気ですが、自宅での一連の検査では 4 日以上連続して陰性でした????

#1 お元気ですか?
#2 コメントで述べたように、RAT に表示されるまでに数日かかる場合があります。頬、喉、鼻が正確で、3 日目までに(+)が表示されることがわかりました。もう一度試してください。PCR の方が優れています。RSV/インフルエンザを忘れないでください。
#3時々FAINTです。 24〜48時間でほぼ常に+に変わります
つまり、次の 24 〜 48 時間での追加のテストです。不適切な言葉遣いをお詫びします。提案された時間枠外で RAT を読むべきではないというあなたの意見は完全に正しいです。ツイートは私に非常に多くの文字しか与えません:)
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A 感染した日に、喉の違和感などを感じる人もいるようです。感染性については、感染した日から生ずるとみられています。感染後すぐに症状が出なければ、本人が気づかないまま接触者に感染させていることになります。

B 検査で陽性が出た時には、症状のピークが過ぎつつある。これはPCRでも抗体検査でも似たようなものでしょう。PCR検査のほうがわずかなウィルス量でも検出できる面はありましょうが、わずかな時間早く判明しても、一般人にはほとんどメリットがありません。・・・→自力検査は、救急車を呼ぶときにオキシメーターの値とともにアピールの材料になる程度です。


C それよりも重要なのは、症状がピークを過ぎた後の感染性の判断です。感染性、移りやすさは、症状が改善しても長く続きます。下の表で感染から20日目になってもなお感染性ありとされています。








なぜ「コロナ後遺症」は長引くのか 持続感染で8日目以降もウイルス排出?専門家が指摘


HIV やその他の STI の予防に役立つのと同じように、COVID-19 から感染を防ぎます。

バリアというのは何でしょう。 STIは性感染症のことです。
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ウクライナのドニプロ 住宅地での爆発にクレムリンが反応

Kremlin reacts to blast at residential building in Ukraine
Russian military doesn’t target civilian homes, Dmitry Peskov says
Ukraine is to blame for the deadly blast at a residential building in the city of Dnepr on Saturday that killed dozens of people and even some Kiev officials have said so, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said.

“The Russian Armed Forces don’t target residential buildings or social infrastructure facilities. The attacks are only aimed at military targets,” Peskov told journalists.

“You’ve seen the conclusions of the representatives of the Ukrainian side, which say that this tragedy was the result of the actions of the air defense missiles,” he pointed out.

According to the latest data from the Ukrainian Emergencies Services, at least 36 people were killed and 75 others in the explosion, which delivered heavy damage to the building. The rescue operation saw almost 40 people being recovered from the rubble. However, the fate of 34 residents remains unknown, the agency said.


"この悲劇は防空ミサイルの行動の結果であるとするウクライナ側の代表の結論を見ただろう "と指摘した。


Zelensky aide flip-flops on apartment block blast
Aleksey Arestovich found himself in hot water after suggesting the building in Dnepr was hit by a Russian missile, downed by Ukrainians
The partial destruction of a residential building in the southeastern Ukrainian city of Dnepr has triggered a bitter spat between the country’s top officials, as they struggled to explain the exact causes of the incident. The scandal was prompted by the assessment offered by Aleksey Arestovich, a senior adviser to President Vladimir Zelensky, who said that the Russian missile might have been brought down by Ukrainian troops and ended up hitting the building.

The site was heavily damaged on Saturday, with some 25 civilians killed and 73 injured, according to Ukrainian authorities.

“It was shot down. It apparently fell on the [apartment] block. But it exploded when falling,” Arestovich said in a YouTube interview.

The assessment immediately came under fire, with Arestovich ending up accused of discrediting Ukraine’s military and assigning blame for the incident on it. The mayor of Dnepr, Boris Filatov, became particularly enraged by his statements, branding the presidential aide “a narcissistic animal and a foul mouth,” and urging the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and counterintelligence to “react.”




Russia says who is responsible for deadly Dnepr missile blast
The tragedy would never have happened if Ukraine had not illegally stationed air defenses in a residential area, Moscow's UN envoy said

Ukraine’s violation of international humanitarian law was the cause of the deadly missile explosion in its southeastern city of Dnepr, Russia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Vassily Nebenzia, said on Tuesday.

Speaking at a UN Security Council briefing on human rights in Ukraine, Nebenzia referred to the missile that struck a residential building last week, claiming the lives of at least 45 people and injuring another 79. According to the diplomat, the West chose not to speak “about the real background of those events, which had been provided… by Ukrainian officials.”

Nebenzia explained that “a Russian missile that targeted an energy infrastructural facility was downed by Ukrainian air defenses.” Since this air-defense system “was positioned in a residential quarter contrary to the norms of international humanitarian law... the missile fell onto a residential building,” he added.

Had the Ukrainian authorities complied with international law, “this tragedy would have never happened,” Nebenzia insisted. Moreover, Russia would have no need to target Ukrainian infrastructure if Kiev “had demonstrated readiness to negotiate on realistic terms that would have [addressed] the causes why the special military operation had been started,” the diplomat noted.

The Russian envoy went on to rebuke Western countries for not saying “a word of condemnation of almost unstopping airstrikes by the Ukrainian Armed Forces” on the Donbass city of Donetsk, which have also claimed numerous lives.

“In this case, however, the Kiev regime deliberately targets residential quarters where there are no military facilities,” Nebenzia stated.

On January 14, Russia conducted a missile strike “on the military command and control system of Ukraine and associated energy facilities,” according to the Defense Ministry. On the same day, a missile hit a residential block in Dnepr.

Following the incident, Aleksey Arestovich, a former adviser to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, said the projectile had fallen on the building after it was downed by Ukrainian air defenses. This sparked an outrage from many Ukrainian officials, which prompted Arestovich to tender his resignation. The former aide also apologized for his remarks, describing them as “a serious mistake.”

Moscow ramped up its strikes against Kiev’s infrastructure in early October, citing repeated Ukrainian sabotage on Russian soil, including the deadly bombing of the strategic Crimean Bridge.

“The Russian Armed Forces don’t target residential buildings or social infrastructure facilities. The attacks are only aimed at military targets,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists.








この事件を受けて、ウラジーミル・ゼレンスキー大統領の元顧問であるアレクセイ・アレストビッチ氏は、ウクライナの防空網によって撃墜された後、この建物に落下したのだ、と述べた。これは多くのウクライナ政府関係者の怒りを買い、アレストビッチ氏は辞表を提出することになった。元補佐官はまた、自分の発言について "重大な誤り "であると謝罪している。




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ヴィクトル・メドヴェチュク論文 / ポーランド世界大戦論 / ゼレンスキー暗殺計画 / デイヴィッド・L・フィリップス論評

Viktor Medvedchuk: Total Western support for Zelensky tells us that the US and NATO don't want peace in Ukraine
The West must shoulder blame for the conflict, as it has pushed KieListening to many Western politicians, it seems completely impossible to understand the essence of the current conflict in Ukraine, and the mechanisms which led us here.

Take US President Biden: He denies that American troops are directly involved in the conflict but at the same time he consistently emphasizes his country’s multi-billion dollar weapons supplies. If such huge sums are diverted for military purposes in Ukraine, it should mean that Ukrainian interests are extremely important for the US.

However, there is no desire for the US army to fight there. Thus, Kiev’s concerns are probably not so vital, after all. And do these weapon supplies, worth billions of dollars, amount to donations? A profitable business? Investments? Or are they for political purposes?

There are no clear answers.

Take the most recent revelations, from former German Chancellor Merkel, that the Minsk Agreements were just an attempt to give Kiev time to re-group. This revelation means that no one was ever going to establish peace in Ukraine. Which means, of course, that Russia was deceived.

But why? For the west to protect Ukraine or to to take it for themselves? And why did they need this deception if they could simply implement what was recommended by Germany? Or did Berlin deliberately suggest something that could never have been implemented? We could go as far as asking if political swindlers ought be held to account but it seems much more relevant today to start clearing the smoke from around the current situation.

What were the root causes? And how can we get out of a situation that is becoming ever more dangerous? Well, let us begin this analysis with the ultimate origins of the crisis.v into this catastrophe
Viktor Medvedchuk: ゼレンスキーに対する西側の全面的な支持は、米国とNATOがウクライナの平和を望んでいないことを物語っている。



しかし、米軍がそこで戦うことを望んでいるわけではありません。従って、キエフの懸念は、結局のところ、それほど重要ではないのだろう。そして、何十億ドルもするこれらの兵器供給は、寄付金に相当するのだろうか?儲かるビジネス?投資か? それとも政治的な目的なのだろうか?



しかし、なぜ? 西側がウクライナを守るため、あるいは自分たちのためにウクライナを手に入れるためか?また、ドイツが提案したことを実行に移すだけでよいのなら、なぜこのようなごまかしが必要だったのでしょうか。あるいは、ベルリンが意図的に実行不可能なことを提案したのだろうか。政治的詐欺師の責任を問うことまではできても、現在の状況の周辺から煙を取り除くことの方が、今日的であるように思われます。


Ukraine’s defeat may lead to WWIII – EU state's PM
The prime minister of Poland has urged Germany to send tanks to Ukraine
Ukraine’s defeat may lead to a Third World War, meaning Germany and other NATO countries must step up and send Kiev more weapons, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki claimed on Monday.

Speaking in Berlin at a celebration of German politician Wolfgang Schauble’s 50-year career, Morawiecki insisted that Germany must allow the delivery of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. Poland and Finland have promised Kiev the tanks, but need formal German permission to actually hand them over.

“Today Ukrainians are fighting not only for their freedom, but also in defense of Europe,” Morawiecki insisted. “I call on the German government to act decisively and deliver all types of weapons to Ukraine.”

“The defeat of Ukraine may become a prelude to World War III, so today there is no reason to block support for Kiev and postpone matters indefinitely,” he added.

The Polish PM also spoke of “Ukrainian blood being shed” to prevent what he claimed could be a Russian attack on other EU countries. Last week, Ukrainian Defense Minister Aleksey Reznikov said in an interview that Ukraine was shedding blood to carry out “NATO’s mission,” so the US-led bloc ought to supply it with weapons.

Germany has about 110 Leopard tanks that it could potentially hand over to Ukraine – 88 of which are the old Leopard 1s – but actually making them fit for service would cost hundreds of millions of euros and take about a year, Rheinmetall CEO Armin Papperger claimed in an interview over the weekend. 

Moscow has repeatedly warned the West that sending weapons to Kiev prolongs the conflict but will not change its outcome. German tanks “will burn like the rest” of Western weapons, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.

Morawiecki’s visit came on the same day German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht confirmed she was stepping down. Germany has pledged to begin the deployment of a Bundeswehr-operated Patriot air defense battery to Poland. That move was arranged after a Ukrainian missile struck a Polish village in November, killing two civilians. Warsaw ended up having to debunk Kiev’s claims that the missile had been Russian. 



"ウクライナの敗北は第三次世界大戦の前奏曲となる可能性があり、今日、キエフへの支援を阻止し、問題を無期限に延期する理由はない "と彼は付け加えた。





CIA director made secret trip to Kiev prior to Ukraine conflict – media
Bill Burns reportedly warned Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky that he might be assassinated
CIA chief Bill Burns reportedly made a secret visit to Ukraine in January 2022, a month before Russia’s offensive against Kiev started, and told President Vladimir Zelensky that Moscow was plotting to assassinate him.

The clandestine meeting between Burns and Zelensky came to light in a soon-to-be-released book by author Chris Whipple on Joe Biden’s presidency, Business Insider reported on Monday. The trip came at a time when the Ukrainian president was publicly dismissive of US claims that Russia was poised to attack Kiev and was arguing that the warnings were creating “panic.”

“Burns had come to give him a reality check,” Whipple wrote in his book, ‘The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House’. Biden had instructed the US spy chief to “share precise details of the Russian plots.”

While Zelensky had been reluctant to believe US intelligence assessments of a likely Russian offensive, he was immediately “sobered” and “taken aback” by the claim that he personally might be targeted. As it turned out, the assassination claim was apparently false, inasmuch as there have been no confirmed Russian attempts to kill Zelensky. Russian forces presumably had ample opportunities to take shots at the Ukrainian leader, especially as he ventured out of hiding increasingly, visiting such locales as Bucha and the front-line city of Bakhmut.

Whipple claimed that US intelligence was so detailed that it helped Ukrainian security forces foil two Russian attempts to assassinate Zelensky. Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov denied media reports in April that Moscow wanted the Ukrainian president dead, adding that regime change wasn’t among the goals of Russia’s military operation.

Burns, who served as US ambassador to Russia from 2005 to 2008, also provided Zelensky with details of the plans for Russia’s military offensive, according to Whipple’s book. The author didn’t identify his sources, saying his interviews were done on condition of anonymity. 

While Biden’s administration has tried to take credit for its warnings about the conflict, US intelligence agencies haven’t been altogether accurate in their Ukraine assessments. For example, they reportedly told the White House that Russia would overwhelm and defeat Ukrainian forces within a few days. The CIA’s plan was to support an insurgency against Russian occupiers.

BurnsとZelenskyの密会は、作家Chris Whippleが間もなく発売するJoe Bidenの大統領時代に関する本の中で明らかになったと、Business Insiderが月曜日に報じました。ウクライナの大統領が、ロシアがキエフを攻撃する用意があるというアメリカの主張を公に否定し、警告が "パニック "を引き起こしていると主張している時に、この出張は行われたのである。

バーンズは彼に現実を確認させるために来たのだ」と、ウィップル氏は著書『人生の戦い:ジョー・バイデンのホワイトハウスの内側』で書いている。バイデンはアメリカのスパイ主任に "ロシアの陰謀の正確な詳細を共有するように "と指示していた。





US and NATO mistakes led to Ukraine conflict – ex-State Department adviser
The Biden administration’s policy of “constraint” invited Russia to “test the boundaries of its bellicosity,” David L. Phillips argues
The West had “many options” to deter Russia from sending its military into Ukraine last February, but failed to avail of them and responded weakly when it happened, according to former US State Department adviser David L. Phillips, writing in the National Interest.

In an article published on Friday, Phillips, who worked with the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “telegraphed his plan to attack Ukraine long before the first shot was fired.”

“By exercising unilateral constraint and making unforced concessions, the Biden administration invited Russia to test the boundaries of its bellicosity,” Phillips wrote.

He argued that, with the US fearing Russia could put its nuclear weapons to use if the West interfered, Biden responded to the conflict “carefully with half-measures.”

Biden’s early pledge that NATO troops would not be deployed in Ukraine was “unnecessary,” claimed Phillips, who directs the Program on Peacebuilding and Human Rights at Columbia University.

When it comes to sanctions on Russia, these were “implemented so incrementally that Putin was able to cushion their impact on Russia’s economy,” he added. Philips also suggested Ukraine should have been provided with “state-of-the-art NATO weaponry” from the outset.

Had the West taken “proactive preventive measures” before Russia launched its offensive in February last year, this could have "changed Putin’s calculus,” he claimed. For instance, if NATO had set up a war crimes tribunal for Ukraine, the “prospect of accountability" would act as a deterrent, he argued.

Once the conflict began, however, Phillips suggests NATO could have “deployed more troops to frontline states like Romania” to demonstrate “resolve and readiness.” It could also have implemented a no-fly zone over certain beleaguered cities – a step the NATO decided against, fearing it would bring the bloc into direct conflict with Russia.

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, 2022, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian president Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

Shortly before the hostilities broke out, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Last September, Donetsk and Lugansk, as well as Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, were incorporated into Russia following referendums.


"一方的な制約を行使し、無理な譲歩をすることで、バイデン政権はロシアに好戦性の限界を試すように誘った "とフィリップス氏は書いている。

彼は、西側が干渉すればロシアが核兵器を使用する恐れがあるため、バイデンは "中途半端な手段で慎重に "紛争に対応したと主張した。





ロシアは2022年2月24日、キエフがミンスク合意を履行していないとして、ウクライナに軍を派遣した。ミンスク合意は、ドネツクとルガンスクにウクライナ国家内での特別な地位を与えることを目的としたものである。ドイツとフランスが仲介したこの議定書は、2014年に初めて署名された。ウクライナのピョートル・ポロシェンコ前大統領はその後、キエフの主な目的は、停戦を利用して時間を稼ぎ、"強力な武装勢力を生み出すこと "だったと認めている。

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:35| Comment(0) | 国際・政治


もう 1 つ: 心臓突然死: Covid はこれらを引き起こすことがよく知られており、感染後少なくとも 1 年以内: いわゆる「軽症」の Covid では、少なくとも 6 か月後までに死亡の可能性が 10 倍に増加します:
通常の場合と同様に、これはワクチンによって攻撃されており、すべての人を殺しています: この非常に説得力のある投稿からわかるように、明らかにビットコインにも熱心な「心臓専門医」から?もちろん。

アメリカン アイドルのスター、CJ ハリス (31 歳) が、「明らかな心臓発作」の後、突然死亡した。心臓専門医としても、20 代と 30 代の人々が定期的に心臓発作で亡くなっていなかった時代を思い出せる年齢です。おそらく、Covidの死に焦点を当てている人は、突然死に焦点を当てるべきです!
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:59| Comment(0) | Covid19


人に何を伝えたらいいのかわからない。 3年が経ちました。この超拡散イベントの真の範囲を知ることは決してありません。有名人は、彼らのヘルプが静かに死ぬか、労働力から抜け出し、障害があり、見捨てられている間、最高のケアを受けることができます.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:28| Comment(0) | Covid19



2023/01/15 14:16読売新聞
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:15| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

Covid literally infects the immune system

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 07:33| Comment(0) | Covid19




Moscow provides details on latest missile strikes against Ukraine
The most recent barrage targeted Kiev’s military command and control sites, as well as associated energy facilities, MOD has said
The Russian Defense Ministry has said that the latest missile strikes against Ukraine on Saturday hit “all assigned targets.” Earlier, Kiev’s officials reported that the country’s power grid had been damaged in several regions on the same day.

“On January 14, 2023, a missile attack was carried out on the military command and control system of Ukraine and associated energy facilities. All assigned targets have been hit. The objectives have been reached,” the military said in its statement on Sunday.

Multiple strikes were reported by Ukrainian officials and media outlets on Saturday, with Energy Minister German Galushchenko claiming Russian missiles made it through to multiple energy infrastructure sites across the country. Ukraine’s largest private energy operator, DTEK, said that two of its thermal power stations came under attack. Footage circulating online suggests at least one of the facilities sustained heavy damage, with its main machinery hall destroyed.

A residential building was heavily damaged amid the strikes in the southeastern Ukrainian city of Dnepr (previously known as Dnepropetrovsk), according to videos published on social media. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said that some 25 civilians were killed and 73 were injured. Kiev officials have laid the blame on Moscow, but given differing accounts about what transpired.

Moscow ramped up its strikes against Kiev’s infrastructure in early October of last year, citing repeated Ukrainian sabotage on Russian soil. The attacks followed the bombing of the Crimean Bridge, which Moscow blamed on the Ukrainian military intelligence service and its Western partners. The attack was widely celebrated by top Ukrainian officials and the country’s postal service even released a commemorative stamp hours after the blast. One road section of the bridge was severely damaged, killing three civilians. However, Ukraine denied involvement.

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, 2022, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to stop the fighting in Donbass and give Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. Brokered by Germany and France, they were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian president Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

Shortly before hostilities started, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Last September, Donetsk and Lugansk, as well as Kherson and Zaporozhye Regions, were incorporated into Russia following referendums.
ロシア国防省は、土曜日に行われたウクライナに対する最新のミサイル攻撃は、"割り当てられたすべてのターゲット "を攻撃したと発表した。これに先立ち、キエフの当局者は、同国の電力網が同日、いくつかの地域で損害を受けたと報告した。

"2023年1月14日、ウクライナの軍事指揮統制システムと関連するエネルギー施設に対してミサイル攻撃が行われた。割り当てられた標的はすべて命中した。目的は達成された "と、軍は日曜日に声明で述べた。




ロシアは2022年2月24日、キエフがドンバスでの戦闘を停止し、ドネツクとルガンスクにウクライナ国家内での特別な地位を与えることを目的としたミンスク合意を履行しないとして、ウクライナに軍隊を派遣した。ドイツとフランスが仲介し、2014年に初めて調印された。ウクライナのピョートル・ポロシェンコ前大統領はその後、キエフの主な目的は停戦を利用して時間を稼ぎ、"強力な武装勢力の創設 "にあったことを認めている。


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:34| Comment(0) | ウクライナ


First nuclear-propelled torpedoes for Russian mega-submarine ready – media
The Poseidon weapons are among the latest additions to the country’s nuclear deterrence
Russian shipbuilders have produced a full set of atomic Poseidon torpedoes, which will be carried by the nuclear mega-submarine Belgorod, a source close to the Defense Ministry has told TASS.

The new boat will be armed with the weapons “in the nearest future,” the source stated, adding that the weapon system has completed tests on its various elements, including the propulsion system.

Poseidon has an onboard nuclear reactor to generate propulsion and carries a powerful nuclear warhead as a payload. The first hints about its development were released by Russia in 2015. The weapon is yet to formally enter military service.

The system is designed as a hard-to-intercept weapon of mass destruction that can obliterate strategic naval assets, such as military bases, shipyards and aircraft carrier strike groups. It can also inflict massive damage on coastal cities in the event of a full-blown nuclear war.

While few details have been published about the torpedo, it’s known to require a specialized platform for deployment. The Russian military reported plans to build up to four nuclear submarines configured for this mission.

The first of them, the Belgorod, was completed in 2019 and commissioned in July last year. It’s not clear how many Poseidon torpedoes constitute a “set” for a vessel. Most assessments said the submarines can carry as many as six, but some suggested that up to eight can be deployed by a single boat.

The Belgorod has a reported displacement of 30,000 tons submerged and a record length of 184 meters. Poseidon torpedoes are believed to be 16 to 24 meters long and are expected to be carried in transport containers attached to the hull of the submarine rather than in internal tubes.







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posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:30| Comment(0) | コロナワクチン


心臓死の増加に対応して、追加の 2,500 万人の英国市民にスタチンを投与。 「超過死亡」の原因の調査についてはどうですか?
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Ex-Russian president shames Japan over nuclear remarks
Tokyo is “talking nonsense” by joining with Washington's warnings against Moscow, Dmitry Medvedev has said
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has defiled the memories of the hundreds of thousands who perished in the US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has claimed on Saturday.

The comments were in response to a warning issued by Kishida and US President Joe Biden, that if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine it would be an “act of hostility against humanity and unjustifiable.” The two leaders issued the statement after talks in Washington, DC on Friday.

Writing on Telegram, Medvedev, who serves as the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, described the statement as “hideous cringe.” 

“I will not even comment on the paranoia over the nuclear plans of our country,” he added.

Russian officials have repeatedly stated that Moscow does not intend to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. In October, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that doing so “would make neither political, nor military sense.” Under its official nuclear doctrine, Russia would only use the weapons in response to an attack with weapons of mass destruction or when there is “a threat to the existence of the state as a whole.”

Medvedev also said that Kishida was “talking nonsense about Russia in a degrading loyalist frenzy” which has led to him “betraying the memory of hundreds of thousands of Japanese who were burned in the nuclear fire of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.”

The former president went on to say that the Japanese PM “does not care one bit that the only country that effectively used nuclear weapons was the United States,” and “their only victim was his motherland.” He added that Kishida should demand that the US president repent for the attack, but he is just “attending personnel for Americans. And servants cannot be courageous.”

The atomic bombing of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki took place on August 6 and 9, 1945, respectively, at the end of WWII, and remains the only instance in which nuclear weapons have been used in combat. The death toll in the two blasts is estimated at 70,000 to 135,000 in Hiroshima, and 60,000 to 80,000 in Nagasaki.


ロシアの安全保障理事会の副議長を務めるメドベージェフ氏はテレグラムに書き込み、この声明を "hideous cringe "と表現した。 

"我が国の核計画をめぐるパラノイアについてコメントすることもない "と付け加えた。

ロシア政府高官は、モスクワがウクライナで核兵器を使用する意図はないと繰り返し述べてきた。プーチン大統領は10月、「政治的にも軍事的にも意味がない」と述べた。公式の核ドクトリンでは、ロシアは大量破壊兵器による攻撃に対応する場合か、"国家全体の存立を脅かす "場合にのみ核兵器を使用することになっている。

メドベージェフはまた、岸田氏が "劣化した忠誠心の狂騒の中でロシアについて無意味なことを話している "と述べ、それが "広島と長崎の核の炎で焼かれた何十万もの日本人の記憶を裏切ることになった "と述べた。





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