On this day a year ago
I recently blogged about my trip to Porton Down in 1994 or 1995 with the then Ukrainian Ambassador to London, Mr. Komissarenko, a trained biochemist, who later headed a laboratory institute in Ukraine.
Nicola Sturgeon, the fake “nationalist”, and would-be dictator, who pretends to be a sort-of “prime minister” of a sort-of almost-independent country.
They might at least keep their emotional propaganda a little bit plausible…
If only the “virus” propaganda were true, and all those MPs suddenly died from lack of facemask nonsense and “social distancing” nonsense. Fantasy politics?
The U.S. Government has blinked…
Thank God for that.
Certainly no-one is suggesting that the UK declare war on Israel. Oh…wait a minute, though…
Late afternoon music
In a way, though, it is rather funny… this silly woman, and would-be dictator, pretending to be some kind of world leader, when in fact her opinion counts for precisely nothing internationally. She heads what is little more than a glorified multi-county council.
Apparently, some orchestras, including one in Cardiff, are now refusing to play Russian music, even that of Tchaikovsky, who died long before Putin was around, and long before the establishment of Soviet power.
I am, therefore, playing some Tchaikovsky tonight.
5 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 9 March 2022”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17899587/ukraine-war-russia-british-fighter/ What was he doing there before the invasion? 🤔
Looks like he is an adventurer. “Have war, will travel”…
He obviously realized that a war was about to happen, and wanted part of it. He got part of it.
I suppose that he might have been an agent of British Intelligence, but that seems unlikely, his story having been printed in the newspaper. Also, he would presumably not have returned to the UK so soon.
Shows how chaotic the Kiev regime is, the way he was treated etc. Brutal, too. I wonder how many prisoners the Ukrainians are taking. Or do they just get a bullet in the head?