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Johnson’s Folly: PM Led UK To Brink of War with Russia in Black Sea Naval Clash

Johnson’s Folly: PM Led UK To Brink of War with Russia in Black Sea Naval Clash
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Charge of the Light-Headed Brigade
Charge of the Light-Headed Brigade
June 26, 2021

Moonofalabama raises a very interesting point about the illegality of the UK’s actions above and beyond the ‘innocent passage’ subterfuge. 1) The UK, like the UA, considers Russia an occupying power of Crimea 2) The UK I assume, like the UA, considers armed conflict in the Donbass a conflict between Ukraine and Russia. EVEN IF one were to concede or agree with these 2 points, the following then necessarily applies as the Law of the Sea now subordinates to the Law of Armed Conflict. ‘Occupation also extends to the occupied State’s territorial waters (internal waters and territorial sea) to the… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Charge of the Light-Headed Brigade
June 27, 2021

Their first mistake is that the Crimea is today part of Russia, as it has always been in the past except for a few decades when it got annexed to the Ukraine. 80% of Crimeans are ethnic Russians who speak Russian, and voted in a landslide election to return to their former motherland Russia. Any Ukranians who lived in Crimea had the choice to move back to the Ukraine. Crimea is therefore not “occupied” by Russia. Neither the UK nor the US have any right whatsoever to meddle where they are not wanted and where they don’t belong.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
June 28, 2021

The whole notion is anyway complete BS, even before the collapse of the USSR, Crimean Oblast was an autonomous region, with the independence of Ukraine, the status was upgraded to ‘Autonomous Republic of Crimea‘ within Ukraine. They had/have their own parliament and they rejected the illegal criminal violent bloody unconstitutional overthrow of the democratic elected gov in Kiev, they didn’t reconize/accept any authority by the illegitimate criminal NAZI-Terrorist + Western backed “Coup D’éta” Puppet-Regime. They hold a referendum according to Ukrainian + Crimean Law with 97% in favor of joining the RF with an turnout of 83%. EVERYTHING the colective… Read more »

Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
Reply to  Charge of the Light-Headed Brigade
June 28, 2021

I agree with you.

We have the absurd situation where the US/UK fermented the criminal coup that ousted the sitting elected president of Ukraine in 2014.

The US/UK still wish to steal Crimea to house a NATO base. They had even measured up the ‘carpets and curtains’ for the NATO officers mess in Sevastapol 🙂

The unjustified hubris of the US/UK elite has no bounds and will in time lead to the death of us all if they are not stopped ald placed in a secure loony bin.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Florian Geyer
June 28, 2021

The fascist US/UK imperialist dipshits and their NATO-Mafia World-Terrorism Racket…should learn from history. Russia will NEVER give up the strategic control of Crimea [since the 17th century] and the ‘Kerch Strait’. Why? it’s the gateway to the ‘Sea of Asov’ and more important the access to the River + Canal Network into the heartland of Russia. The Ottomans tried it and failed, the British tried it with the help of the Ottomans a century later [Crimean War 1853-56]. Napolean tried to invade Russia by land and it failed desasterous, the Brit [failed] attempt if they had any succeess infiltrate Russia… Read more »

Last edited 25 days ago by Brokenspine66
Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
Reply to  Brokenspine66
June 28, 2021

The last British attempt to rape and plunder Russia was in the 1990’s of course and they nearly succeeded with US and Israeli plunderers, as we are aware of.

The chosen route today in order to plunder Russia seems to be by creating discord within Russia.

Ironically, the further that NATO seeks to isolate Russia, the further Russia seeks to Look East.

Demonising a whole nation tends to bind disparate groups together and the ‘paid for’ NATO nation agitators are able to be removed or neutered by Russian security forces.

We live in interesting times 🙂

Carol
Carol
Reply to  Florian Geyer
June 29, 2021

The retarded Johnson could be legally sectioned for being a danger to himself and the public.

Falcone
Falcone
June 26, 2021

First Boris appointed a fireplace salesman as Minister of Defence now he has a fruit farmer. What could go wrong?

Out of their sight, Out of their minds
Out of their sight, Out of their minds
Reply to  Falcone
June 26, 2021

Perfectly logical to me. Whatever goes rotten in the MOD can safely be cremated before it begins to stink.

Cats Belching in Unison
Cats Belching in Unison

If ever he appoints a lady’s underwear salesman, then we know we’re beyond the point of no return.

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
Reply to  Cats Belching in Unison
June 27, 2021

Question is: does the loony who thinks he’s the re-incarnationnof Winston Churchill ( he spent lots of time to imitate his speaking) do the appointments or is it Carrie Antoinette ?

Dan
Dan
Reply to  Falcone
June 29, 2021

He was a journalist therefore incompetence surrounds itself with same.

Golden oriole silver birc
Golden oriole silver birc
June 26, 2021

Knowing whether a risk is worth taking depends upon a number of factors. Is the risk necessary / unavoidable, what could be the consequences of things not going to plan, and what will be gained ?
In my opinion the answers to these questions are : NO….WAR….NOTHING

Tiddly Winks
Tiddly Winks
Reply to  Golden oriole silver birc
June 26, 2021

The RF plays chess, the US plays checkers and the UK plays tic-tac-toe.

The Simian Grenadiers
The Simian Grenadiers
Reply to  Tiddly Winks
June 26, 2021

….and the UA plays ‘who can hold a lit cherry bomb in their hand the longest’.

Terry R
Terry R
June 26, 2021

What more can one expect from Johnson who was a member of both the highly exclusive sixth form Eaton Society (known as Pop) and later the Oxford University Bullingdon Club? It is documented that the Bullingdon Club members referred to local townspeople as “oinks” and would routinely trash establishments on nights out only to have their rich parents cover the damages. This arrogant attitude has no doubt carried through to his adult life. PS: Even David Cameron as an Eaton boy was not elite enough to be selected for the POP club. See the 2011 Express article titled “A very… Read more »

Vera Gottlieb
Vera Gottlieb
June 26, 2021

This guy is nuts! Him and his Tories are sending the UK down the drain.

Pardonne moi
Pardonne moi
Reply to  Vera Gottlieb
June 27, 2021

He and his Tories.

Inderjit sahota
Inderjit sahota
June 27, 2021

Horrifying to say the least as to what might have been

Read
Read
June 27, 2021

This is what happens when “JEWS” own your politicians & your reserve “Peoples Bank”
Putin kicked out the Rothschild Cunts,the Jew can,t stand that Lmao

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Sea Mites at the Helm
Sea Mites at the Helm
Reply to  Read
June 27, 2021

I heard he offed Marc Rich too. 😉

Interesting factoid though. The Tsar sold Alaska so that he could pay off a large debt to the Rothschild Bank. That’s what I read once anyway.

Last edited 27 days ago by Sea Mites at the Helm
JerryBear
JerryBear
June 27, 2021

Not content playing Russian roulette with these dangerous experimental drugs they’re pushing onto British citizens, now Johnson deliberately puts the lives of British Servicemen and women (not to mention Russian as well) into harms way for no better reason than to try to appear ‘big’. Talk about “little man syndrome”. Johnson has created a Gov’t of occupation not even answerable to Parliament and the power has gone to the heads of these reckless and idiotic demagogues.

Carol
Carol
Reply to  JerryBear
June 29, 2021

It’s a great pity Russia didn’t just torpedo them. That would have given retard Johnson a big headache. After all, the US and UK are the biggest killers on the planet.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Carol
June 29, 2021

Containing them and force them to surrender and impound their vessel because IMO the UK provocation was a war like act take the crew prisoners.

waine
waine
June 28, 2021

If Boris wants a barney with Russia, why dosen’t he call out President Putin and get in the ring with him (I know who would win ) I don’t want to be barbecued.

Jasonovich
Jasonovich
June 29, 2021

The hatred of Russians is institutionalized in the British ruling classes, I came across this old letter to the MOD, dating back to 2017. I apologized I know this isn’t directly relevant to the article but I felt I need to air my anger, even after 4 years, this is in respect of my wife’s job application to the MOD, who was successfully appointed for the position (clerical position working in an Army barracks) but failed the vetting process based on her ethnicity. See letter below and draw your own conclusions. Dear J A Hxxxxxxxxxx   I acknowledge the receipt… Read more »

Carol
Carol
Reply to  Jasonovich
June 29, 2021

I don’t mean to be rude by why on earth would your wife want to join the evil British Military Industrial complex? I’d think they probably did her a favour.

Dan
Dan
June 29, 2021

Boris Johnson is yet another accidental UK PM. Clearly, voting in the five eyes is a complete waste of an hour.

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