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Updated: Mar 8, 2023

The Biden regime publicly affirmed their commitment to a “legally-binding” accord in a press release Monday which will give the World Health Organization (WHO) control over U.S. pandemic policies, though work remains in certain areas.

International leaders are meeting this week in Geneva to consider a so-called “Zero Draft” of the agreement. As previously covered by The Gateway Pundit, the zero draft gives the WHO the power to declare and manage a global pandemic emergency.

Once a health emergency is declared every signatory, including the United States, must submit to the authority of the WHO. This includes caving to them on treatments, lockdowns and vaccine mandates along with government surveillance.

US state proposes $360k per person in slavery reparations

California’s plan to pay 1.8 million black descendants of slaves living in the state could cost $640 billion

Its an Ukrainian Passport!

The Narrative crafters at the Deep State have made up a bogus story to explain the Nordstream sabotage: Some unknown Ukrainians did it. We don't know who but it wasn't the US...

U.S. journalist Seymour Hersh says "they can't be that stupid" in reaction to NYT's article claiming a "pro-Ukrainian group" carried out the Nord Stream attacks.

Nazis in Ukraine

“And this is another thing that makes us and Russians simply biologically different species. In Ukraine, human dignity and freedom are real values,” said Ukrainian MP Inna Sovsun, proudly commenting on the bill on same-sex partnerships in Ukraine.

The lid on Bakhmut closes

🇷🇺🇺🇦⚡According to incoming information, the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to have big problems with the retreat from Artyomovsk (Bakhmut) towards Chasov Yar.

According to the Military Chronicle, the retreating units of the Ukrainian army massively leave heavy equipment in the city and suburbs due to fears of artillery strikes by PMC Wagner and aviation of the Russian Aerospace Forces. The light equipment used for the retreat cannot cope with off-road conditions.

On muddy roads, pickup trucks and cars get stuck and roll over, after which their use becomes impossible.

Infantry units abandon heavy weapons along the roads, leave only with small arms and almost instantly fall under artillery strikes.


Head of Wagner denies rumor he wants to take political power in Russia

Head of Germany denied rumor Europe is negotiating a deal with Russia around Zelensky.

Zelensky fires SBU in apparently response to rumor of overthrow.

🇺🇦✍️📄Zelensky unexpectedly changes the top of the SBU

The President made a number of changes in the leadership of the SBU. Decrees on resignations and appointments appeared on his website.

In particular, Alexander Yakushev was dismissed from the post of deputy head of the SBU. The head of the Department of Household Support Alexander Provotorov and the head of the department in the Zaporozhye region Boris Bezruky were also dismissed.

Eduard Fedorov has been dismissed from the post of head of the department in the Sumy region, Oleg Krasnoshapka will replace him. Instead of Igor Nosko, Oleg Khramov will head the Department of State Secrets Protection and Licensing of the SBU.

The AFU will not leave Bakhmut — this decision was made today at a meeting of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief's Headquarters.

Zelensky sentences Military to Death and Destyruction in Bakhmut

Vladimir Zelensky held a meeting of the Supreme Commander-In-Chief's headquarters

March 6, 2023 - 13:36 pm

Commanders of operational and strategic groups of troops reported on the situation in the main directions of the front.

The members of the Stavka discussed the situation in Bakhmut in particular detail. Assessing the course of the defense operation, the president asked the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny and the commander of the operational and strategic group of troops "Khortytsia" Alexander Sirsky about further actions in the Bakhmut direction. They called for the continuation of the defensive operation and further strengthening of our positions in Bakhmut.

In addition, the issue of the supply of weapons and equipment and their distribution in operational areas was considered at the Headquarters meeting.

The meeting was also attended by: Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak, head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense Kirill Budanov, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexey Danilov, commanders of the branches of the armed forces and operational areas. Members of the government, heads of law enforcement agencies and law enforcement agencies joined the Stavka meeting.

American Military Reality from WSJ:

The U.S. Is Not Ready for the Era of ‘Great Power’ Conflict

Since 2018, the military has shifted to focus on China and Russia after decades fighting insurgencies, but it still faces challenges to produce weapons and come up with new ways of waging war.

▪️ Despite an annual defense budget of more than $800 billion, the shift has been delayed by a preoccupation with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the pursuit of big-ticket weapons that didn’t pan out, internal U.S. government debates over budgets and disagreement over the urgency of the threat from Beijing, according to current and former U.S. defense officials and commanders. Continuing concerns in the Mideast, especially about Iran, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine have absorbed attention and resources.

▪️ Corporate consolidation across defense industry has left the Pentagon with fewer arms manufacturers. Shipyards are struggling to produce the subs the needed to counter China’s larger naval fleet. Weapon designers are rushing to catch up with China and Russia in hypersonics.

▪️ The U.S. military’s success in the Mideast came in part from air superiority and a less well-equipped foe. A conflict with China would be very different. The U.S. Asian bases and ports under attack and would need to support its forces over long, vulnerable routes.

▪️ If a conflict with China gave Russia the confidence to take further action in Eastern Europe, the U.S. and its allies would need to fight a two-front war. China and Russia are both nuclear powers.

▪️ The threat is mounting... Decades of ever bigger military budgets, have improved the lethality of China’s air force, missiles and submarines, and better training has created a more modern force from what was once a military of rural recruits.

▪️ China is developing weapons and other capabilities to destroy an opponent’s satellites. The CIA said President Xi Jinping has set 2027 as a deadline for the Chinese military to be ready to carry out a Taiwan invasion.

▪️ A China in control of the South China Sea and Taiwan would hold sway over waters through which trillions of dollars in trade passes each year. It would also command supplies of advanced semiconductors, threaten the security of U.S. allies such as Japan.

▪️ Many of the cutting-edge weapons systems the Pentagon believes will tilt the battlefield in its favor won’t be ready until the 2030s, raising the risk that China may be tempted to act before the U.S. effort bears fruit.

▪️At times, the pace has been slower than Lt. Gen. Hinote would have liked. “As we began to push for change, we lost most of the budget battles,” he said. “There is more sense of urgency now, but we know how far we have to go.”

📎 Wall Street Journal

European Peace Fund

The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called on EU members to "urgently" allocate additional assistance to the Kiev regime.

"We must allocate one billion euros from the European Peace Fund (EFF)* for the purchase and supply of 155-mm shells used by Ukrainian artillery," he said.

As a sign of compensation, the politician proposed to provide countries with a preferential rate of reimbursement of transferred ammunition up to 90% if the ammunition is delivered before a certain date. At the same time, Borrell insists on the extreme urgency of supplies, despite the exhausted reserves of the EU member states and the need to use their strategic reserves.

According to experts, such financing should make it possible to provide about 250 thousand 155-mm shells, worth 4,000 euros each, in the shortest possible time.

Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Edmondo Cirielli reacted negatively to Borrell's proposal, saying: "Most EU countries' stocks of weapons and ammunition remained at a critically low level. The use of a strategically inviolable reserve is unacceptable, due to the need to maintain its defense capability. Even if there are reimbursed finances, we will not be able to restore them in such a short period."

*The European Peace Fund (EFF) is an EU instrument with a budget of about 5 billion euros. It is aimed at increasing the capabilities of the armed forces to ensure security in the territories of the EU states. The budget is replenished by contributions from EU member states based on their GDP.


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