Poland Promises to Become Independent of Russian Gas by 2022

Piotr Naimski, who is the person made responsible by the Polish government for energy security says that thanks to the Baltic Pipe, which is currently being built, and the LNG terminal at Świnoujście, most of Polish gas will come from the opposite direction, and not from Russia…

From Polskie Radio (in Polish)

This Piotr Naimski also said that Poland wants 6 nuclear reactors by 2040…

POLAND STRONK

Ukrainian Nazi Lizards Blocked a Shipment of Russian Coal in Lvov Region

Enemy Putler coal has arrived to keep Ukrainians warm…

Some of the aboriginals were not very happy about this…

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Semyon Semenchenko: “We were able to get all of the arrested out of police [station]. I too was let go. They compiled a record of the crime. I am waiting for the decision of the court in Chervonohrad. Those that were hurt were given medical help. And the most important of all, the Spetznaz, the police, hired thugs were not able to break through the blockade. Local people have gathered, we have prevailed. I thank all that helped, who made reposts, who was bothered and sought out advocates. We are continuing our fight. No stepping back, Glory to Ukraine!

Earlier this blog reported that Ukraine will buy 72% of coal for local thermal power plants from Russia.

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Look at All the Russian Officials That Have Real Estate in the EU, and Elsewhere in the West

The EU needs to help the Russian people, who are being robbed by Putler’s cronies to pay for real estate in the EU! Help Russia, please! Sanction these people!EEUvGjYU8AEIbZ9.jpg

But in reality, the EU is absolutely cool with this Russian connection. Do you honestly think they would kick these fat cats out to develop real estate in Crimea or Abkhazia?

Dear Ukrainians, do you still ask why Russia was allowed back into the PACE?

Trump Will Cut Funding to the Defense of East Europe From Putler to Fund his Border Wall

Trump needs to deliver on his election promises…

I quote from Defense News:

Defense Secretary suggested European allies replenish the $771 million meant to shore up Europe’s defensive posture against Russia to President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border barrier.

The announcement is sure to jar European allies, where NATO members have nervously watched the president’s on-again, off-again commitment to the alliance. And it could deal a blow to the narrative among allies that Trump’s boisterous rhetoric should be taken with a grain of salt, given that money has kept flowing from Washington despite trans-Atlantic disagreements.

Half of the $3.6 billion for the border wall would come from dozens of U.S. military construction projects, and the other half would come from projects in Europe and the Pacific. In Europe, there were roughly 40 projects, including training facilities for special forces in Estonia and aviation infrastructure in Germany, Hungary and Slovakia.

Trump may Block Military Aid to Ukraine

Reuters reports:

The White House is reviewing whether $250 million in military assistance should be sent to Ukraine in keeping with President Donald Trump’s view that U.S. foreign aid must be justified, two senior administration officials said on Thursday.

The money is intended for use by Ukraine in its struggle with pro-Russian separatists backed by Moscow.

“The president has made no secret when it comes to foreign assistance that U.S. interests abroad should be prioritized and other foreign countries should also be paying their fair share,” said one of the officials, who shared details of the plan on condition of anonymity.

The officials said chances are the money will be allocated as usual but that the determination will not be made until a policy review is completed and Trump makes a final decision. The federal fiscal year ends on Sept. 30.

“Agencies are under no restrictions from preparing to obligate those funds, and agencies still have adequate time to obligate those funds prior to the end of the fiscal year,” the official said.

Moscow annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region in 2014.