Tag Archives: Russians

May 13 points ahead of cynical antisemite Corbyn

A Mail on Sunday poll shows that PM May has soared into a huge personal lead over antisemitic Jeremy Corbyn.

On March 4th, the Russians tried to murder the Skripals and May’s personal popularity soared to 13 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn. Her handling of the situation far outclassed the potty theories of the Labour leader, who was seen as a Russian stool pigeon, or as Boris Johnson put it, Russia’s useful idiot.   Continue reading

Why Israel launched an air strike on Iran in Syria

The Russians have fingered the Israelis as being responsible for the air strike on Syria on Monday night.   8 strikes were launched.  5 were diverted, but 3 hit the target bang on, killing soldiers in an Iranian base.

Former Israel Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Eitan Ben Eliyahu said the alleged use of chemical weapons “could not have gone without a response.”

Israel has repeatedly expressed its red lines when it comes to Syria. It will not allow the transfer of high-powered weapons to Hezbollah; it will not allow any breach of Israeli sovereignty; and, as apparently in this case, it will work to prevent Iran from entrenching itself in Syria.  Continue reading

In his battle with the Russians, Boris wins again

The Russians suffered another humiliating defeat in their attempt to brazen out the situation over the Skripal poisoning.   For once their jibes, contradictory explanations and arrogant sneering have got them absolutely nowhere.  Their demand for a joint investigation with Britain was rejected as the international comununity backed him in The Hague, not Putin.

The Foreign Office said:  The international community has once again stood with Britain in the face of Russian attempts to obscure the truth of the Skripal case.   Continue reading

Boris plays a blinder to unite the West against Russia, but Corbo insists it’s the Russian Mafia!

Writing in the Washington Post today, Boris gives a clear explanation of why the Government is sure that the Russians are behind the attacks on Skripal and his daughter.

He stresses how important it is for the Western world to unite in such a dangerous situation and how much we need our allies.    The US, Germany, and after some equivocation, France are all solidly behind the British action. Continue reading

New US Sec. of State Mike Pompeo won’t take any nonsense from the Russians

Mike Pompeo, America’s new top diplomat is a rock solid Trump man.  Ex Director of the CIA, he is will have the President’s back, and there is a natural understanding betwen the two. He admires the President’s ability to do things his own way. 

During his confirmation hearing, Pompeo stated that Russia “has reasserted itself aggressively, invading and occupying Ukraine, threatening Europe, and doing nearly nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of ISIS”.  Continue reading

Straight talking Boris levels with the Russians and it’s a bit of a culture shock

Boris was in Moscow today and his straight talking left the Russians reeling.  It was the first meeting for five years between a British Foreign Secretary and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, on Russian soil. 

Boris believes it is important not to shy away from the difficult situations we are involved in with the Russians.  He tackled the thorny subject of Russian interference in Western politics head on,  and he made the point, there was no successful interference in any of our elections. He also brought up the question of the Ukraine.  Continue reading

May’s unprincipled behavour is enabled by the MSM

There is only one person to blame for the dire state of Anglo/Russian relations and that is Theresa May.    The Russians have a right to be upset that PM May cancelled Boris Johnson’s trip to Moscow three times , then turned on him and screamed and abused him in the media.

Putin showed good will by giving Boris an open invititation to visit Moscow to discuss his 2016 pleace plan.  The invitation was an olive branch for peace. If Boris had been allowed to quietly go through the plan in depth with President Putin, who knows what would have transpired.  When May blocked the trip for the third time, the Russians, who unleashed their fury in the media, had every right to feel upset.  Boris certainly did. Continue reading