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Report: Putin Has Moved His Family Into Siberian ‘Underground City’ Designed To Survive Nuclear War

Comments of crackpot professor probably completely made up. Posting it on Facebook is fine though, unlike any link to RT or Sputnik News

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A story that sounds completely made up is going viral as the information war ramps up concerning the conflict in Ukraine. A Russian professor has claimed that Vladimir Putin has moved his entire family into a secret underground city built to withstand a nuclear holocaust.

The Daily Mail reported on the assertions of Valery Solovey, a political scientist and former professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, who claims that Putin is both physically and mentally unwell, and has ordered family members to take up residence in a nuclear bunker in the Altai Mountains.

In a video posted online, Solovey asserted that “At the weekend, President Putin’s family was evacuated to a special bunker prepared in case of nuclear war,” adding that “In fact, it is not a bunker, but a whole underground city, equipped with the latest science and technology.”

“I hope this means something to you? That the President sends his family to this bunker?” said Solovey, who claims to have insider contacts in the Kremlin, and claims to have been interrogated for hours only last week by Russian authorities.

He also claims that Putin has a secret wife almost half his age in Olympic Gold-winning rhythmic gymnast Alina Kabaeva, who has been moved to the underground city.

This is all 99.99999% likely crackpot bullshit, but if you post the link on Facebook or Twitter it will not get blocked, unlike any story or video connected to Russia news channels RT and Sputnik News which are now completely banned throughout Europe.

Russia yesterday warned that any western country aiding Ukraine “should not fail to understand the danger of the consequences,” adding that “EU citizens and structures” involved in sending weapons to Ukraine would also be “responsible for any consequences.”

The Russian foreign ministry statement added that “The actions of the European Union will not go unanswered,” and “Russia will continue to ensure the realization of its vital national interests without regard to sanctions and their threats.”

“It is time for Western countries to understand that their undivided dominance in the global economy is long a thing of the past,” the statement also noted.

Meanwhile, globalists are calling for U.S. military intervention despite the clear risk that this would lead to a global nuclear conflict.

Others have warned that instituting a no-fly zone over Ukraine could also lead to disastrous consequences.

While Russia said it has no plans to occupy Ukraine, Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Sergiy Kyslytsya, directly compared Putin to Hitler, saying his nuclear threat would be suicide, and that “If he wants to kill himself, he doesn’t need to use a nuclear arsenal. He has to do what the guy in Berlin did in the bunker in May 1945.”

During the speech, Kyslytsya also likened the Russian invasion to that of the Nazi invasion of Ukraine in 1942.

Putin declared on Sunday he was putting his nuclear forces into “special combat readiness.”

U.S President Joe Biden was asked yesterday if Americans should be worried about nuclear war. He said ‘No’ through his face mask.

   Comforting.

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    Rand Paul Calls Out Complete Lack Of Oversight On Ukraine Aid

    “Didn’t someone try to legislatively mandate a special inspector general to scrutinize Ukrainian spending?”

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    Senator Rand Paul reacted Monday to news that the Biden administration is struggling to account for some $20 billion in aid that was sent to Ukraine, noting that both political parties ignored his call for an inspector general to overlook it.

    A report from Fox News, linked in a tweet by Paul, notes that according to there Washington Post, the Biden administration inspected only 10% of 22,000 weapons the U.S. has provided to Ukraine between February and November.

    It also outlines how Republicans could push for audits to determine where all the military aid is going and how much of it is ending up in the wrong hand.

    “Didn’t someone try to legislatively mandate a special inspector general to scrutinize Ukrainian spending?” Paul urged, adding “Oh, that’s right, it was my amendment and most Democrats AND Republicans opposed any semblance of oversight.”

    Just a fortnight ago, following the throughly debunked “Russian missile attack” on a Polish border town, which turned out to be a Ukrainian missile that had stayed off course, Biden asked Congress to provide another $37.7 billion in emergency aid to Ukraine.

    The United States has already pledged more than 52 billion euros in military, financial and humanitarian aid to Ukraine since the war began in February 2022 and October 3, way more than any other nation or nations combined.

    Infographic: Where Most Aid to Ukraine Comes From | Statista

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    Ukraine Tells People Not To Panic As WHO Warns Of ‘Life-Threatening’ Winter

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    The World Health Organization (WHO) announced in a Monday statement that the power situation in Ukraine is so dire that it will potentially be “life-threatening” for millions of Ukrainians due to the recent devastating series of Russian air attacks on the national energy grid.

    “Put simply – this winter will be about survival,” Hans Kluge, regional director for Europe at the United Nations’ health body, said from the Ukrainian capital. “This winter will be life-threatening for millions of people in Ukraine,” he added. 

    The attacks, the last major wave of which came this past Tuesday and continued intermittently into the weekend, are “already having knock-out effects on the health system and on the people’s health,” Kluge described. 

    “Continued attacks on health and energy infrastructure mean hundreds of hospitals and health care facilities are no longer fully operational,” the WHO official said. “We expect two to three million more people to leave their homes in search of warmth and safety,” he forewarned. 

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal last Friday estimated that half of the entirety of the country’s energy infrastructure has been disabled by the Russian attacks at this point. Millions are already without power as temperatures plunge and Kiev saw its first snow of the season starting days ago. 

    “Unfortunately Russia continues to carry out missile strikes on Ukraine’s civilian and critical infrastructure. Almost half of our energy system is disabled,” Shmyhal was cited in Reuters as saying.

    Politico reported last week that Congressional leaders had been given classified intelligence reports detailing the expected impact of Russia’s campaign to degrade Ukraine’s power grid. 

    “The Ukrainian government is warning Western allies that it is anticipating increased Russian attacks on its energy infrastructure in the coming days and that Kyiv does not have enough replacement parts to bring heat and power back online if those occur, according to two congressional officials and one Western official briefed on U.S. intelligence,” the report said.

    Politico detailed further that “Ukrainian officials have in recent days asked their American counterparts and more than half a dozen European countries for assistance preparing for a prolonged period with limited electricity and gas — a scenario Kyiv expects to complicate fighting on the ground and displace civilians, the officials and an adviser to the Ukrainian government said.”

    Amid emergency rolling blackouts and city or regional mandates banning use of large appliances and other imposed consumption limits, Ukraine government officials are urging the people not to panic. “Denying the panicky statements spread by social networks and online media, we assure you that the situation with the energy supply is difficult, but under control,” the energy ministry said in a Saturday statement.

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    AP Fires Reporter Behind False Report Claiming ‘Russian Missiles Struck Poland’

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    The Associated Press on Monday fired one of two reporters with a byline on last week’s now-retracted report that claimed “Russian missiles” had “crossed into NATO member Poland” and killed two people.

    From The Daily Beast, AP Fires Reporter Behind Retracted ‘Russian Missiles’ Story”:

    That report, which was widely cited across the internet and on cable news, was taken offline the following day and replaced with an editor’s note admitting the single source [a “senior U.S. intelligence official”] was wrong and that “subsequent reporting showed that the missiles were Russian-made and most likely fired by Ukraine in defense against a Russian attack.”

    On Monday, the AP fired James LaPorta, the investigative reporter responsible for that story, Confider has learned.

    The piece, which was originally co-bylined with John Leicester (who is still working at the AP), attributed the information to a single “senior U.S. intelligence official,” despite the AP’s rule that it “routinely seeks and requires more than one source when sourcing is anonymous.”

    The only exception, according to its statement of news values and principles, is when “material comes from an authoritative figure who provides information so detailed that there is no question of its accuracy”—a situation that seemingly did not occur, as the report was fully retracted last Wednesday.

    When reached for comment, an AP spokesperson did not comment on LaPorta’s ouster but instead wrote: “The rigorous editorial standards and practices of The Associated Press are critical to AP’s mission as an independent news organization. To ensure our reporting is accurate, fair and fact-based, we abide by and enforce these standards, including around the use of anonymous sources.”

    The Washington Post blamed internal “confusion and misunderstanding” for the report:

    Internal AP communications viewed by The Post show some confusion and misunderstanding during the preparations of the erroneous report.

    LaPorta shared the U.S. official’s tip in an electronic message around 1:30 p.m. Eastern time. An editor immediately asked if AP should issue an alert on his tip, “or would we need confirmation from another source and/or Poland?”

    After further discussion, a second editor said she “would vote” for publishing an alert, adding, “I can’t imagine a U.S. intelligence official would be wrong on this.”

    Woman moment.

    But a person at the Associated Press familiar with the larger conversations surrounding the story that day said LaPorta also told his editors that a senior manager had already vetted the source of LaPorta’s tip — leaving the impression that the story’s sourcing had been approved. While that editor had signed off on previous stories using LaPorta’s source, that editor had not weighed in on the missile story.

    Easton said the organization did not anticipate any discipline for the editors involved.

    “She” voted to publish this bombshell report that violated the AP’s own rules on the use of anonymous sources and risked sparking WW3 because she couldn’t “imagine” a senior U.S. intelligence official could be wrong but she is not being fired — only LaPorta is getting canned.

    Some great “standards” you got there, AP!

    This post was originally published at Information Liberation

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