- US Rejects Talks over North Korea, Declaring “All Options on Table”… Including War against the DPRK?
- Satellite Images Show Preparations for Nuclear Test at North Korean Site
- ‘US nuclear modernization: New arms race’
- Iran successfully test-fires Hormuz-2 ballistic missile
- Russian Aerospace Forces to Get 16 Sophisticated Su-34 Bombers This Year
- Russian Navy to Receive New Deep-Water Torpedo in 2018
- China upgrading navy to first class: Military officials
- GLOBAL LEADERS RATTLE THEIR SABERS AS THE WORLD MARCHES TOWARD WAR
- US Army Seeking New Military Bases in Europe
- China’s new stealth jet just entered service — and it exposes a huge weakness for the US
- Will Rejecting China’s Offer to Broker Peace in Korea Intensify the Standoff?
- Aerospace Jam: Russia’s Su-34 Bomber to Hide Entire Squadron From Enemy Radar
- Luxembourg court rejects US bid to freeze Iran assets, Washington appeals: CBI chief
More than two hundred and ninety-two thousand residents of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) have put their signatures to the appeal to three world-wide leaders, asking them to stop genocide of Donbass residents, the Republic’s People’s Council press-service reports.
- Ombudsman’s office: Ukraine’s military detain two DPR adherents
- ‘Donbassgaz’ restores gas supply to Kominternovo village
- Donetsk water filtration station resumes operation
- Five residential houses on Donetsk, Gorlovka outskirts damaged by AFU fire
- Ukraine’s punishers shell Donetsk mine named after Zasyadko
- Two DPR civilians wounded as a result of AFU fire
- Ukraine’s army shells six DPR localities in the afternoon
- Kiev military launch over 3,000 projectiles and mortar-shells on LPR territory
- Donetsk Defense: Situation Report, 03/11/2017
The adventures of the fake Ukro-Nazi Regime
- Ukraine prepares law legalizing infringement of Donbass residents’ rights
- Canada training Ukrainian troops, delivers ammunition used in Donbass – Moscow
- Ukraine thanks Belarus for assistance in ‘ATO’
- MH17 case in court: Russian official reveals Ukrainian BUK missile deployment
He and his buddy McCain, whining and complaining both of them, release them from their misery, please:
Life is about enjoying the simple pleasures. A comfy chair. A good book. Homemade cookies. Fanatical, anti-Russia tirades.
But some people are so miserable and awful that they are unable to find joy in these universal symbols of good living.
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham declared 2017 to be “a year of kicking Russia in the ass”. But apparently he is now too old and cranky to enjoy discussing how this “ass kicking” will occur.
During a Senate “hearing” about how much money Ukraine and other brave countries will need in order to continue defending the world against Russia, Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, was actually asked by Graham to limit his Russia ranting to five minutes.
What? Lindsey doesn’t want to hear a Ukrainian whine about Russia? This is not the Lindsey Graham we know and love.