On this day a year ago
Historically, Russia usually wins in wars of attrition.
Time will tell.
Looks like the Turks are avoiding the Zelensky regime.
I was expelled from Twitter in 2018, by reason of a conspiracy by a quite small but well-funded pack of Jews.
I was living in the USA when a lying Kuwaiti girl claimed to have seen atrocities committed by Iraqi troops at a hospital in Kuwait City. Her lies were accepted unquestioningly by the “free” American msm (and, therefore, American people, most of them): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nayirah_testimony.
[Incidentally, “Nina Byzantina” is the nom-de-plume of Nina Kouprianova, the former wife of American “alt-Right” luminary, Richard Spencer: see https://observer.com/2017/09/interview-nina-kouprianova-wife-of-alt-right-leader-richard-spencer/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_B._Spencer]
Also incidentally, I am just listening (unusually; I rarely do that) to a podcast on which a Dr. Richard Spence (I think not the same, despite the similar surname) was a guest; may be of interest: https://espionagehistoryarchive.com/2016/05/19/dr-richard-spence-espionage-secret-societies-the-occult/
Another interesting (written) piece from the same blog: https://espionagehistoryarchive.com/2016/05/13/kgb-cia-counterintelligence-martha-peterson-ogorodnik/#more-1221.
Late tweets seen
I can only imagine that the tweet of “Steve Lawrence” is some kind of joke.
Something that has struck me in the past decade, when I have been a serial visitor (not usually as patient) to NHS hospitals, is the lack of any restful, peaceful atmosphere. It must be terrible to be unwell and not only have to live, and sleep, in a ward full of strangers but also with the amount of noise of all sorts. Like being in a busy railway station.
I never saw Ricky Gervais stand up for the free speech rights of, inter alia, me…or Alison Chabloz, or David Icke, or Jez Turner, or David Irving (etc)…