WW3 Goes to New Level as West Seeks to Arrest Putin…Medvedev Warns Lindsay Graham
World War 3 was elevated to a new level today. The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Russia’s former president Dmitry Medvedev referred to the arrest warrant as toilet paper. And Mr. Medvedev issued a veiled threat against US Senator Lindsay Graham that the South Carolina Republican could be killed in a plane crash.
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- ICC: Putin responsible for illegal deportation of children
- Kremlin says arrest warrants ‘outrageous and unacceptable’
- Putin is third serving head of state to get ICC arrest warrant
- Warrant also issued for Russia’s top children’s rights official
Former Russian President and Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev summed up the “arrest warrant” with a single emoji, tweeting that there’s “no need to explain WHERE this paper should be used,” accompanying the comment with a toilet paper icon.
From Dmitry Medvedev
About the American drone.
Brief conclusions: there is no international convention on this subject. The Chicago Convention of 1944 and other international documents do not regulate these issues. By the way, let me remind you that the Americans destroyed the Open Skies Treaty, which gave the right to military inspections.
Domestic legislation is only being formed.
But the Air Code uses the terms “prohibited zones” and “restricted zones.” So, in accordance with Art. 15 VC establishes prohibited zones, dangerous zones (areas of ranges, blasting operations, etc.), zones of restrictions on aircraft flights and other elements of the airspace structure established for carrying out activities in the airspace. This is done by the government. Drones must also follow these rules. Especially during the period of hostilities, which is known to all users of the airspace. Moreover, it is sometimes difficult to fix the moment of entry by plane or UAV into the territorial sea.
And this is part of our territory to which our sovereignty extends.
In general, speaking in a simple way, the Americans are completely out of their minds. And to stand on ceremony with them is wrong. Although military contacts are needed, of course. Especially against the backdrop of statements by American bastards like Senator Graham that it is necessary to shoot down Russian planes. By the way, aviation accidents sometimes happen with such creatures.
The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant against Vladimir Putin. No need to explain WHERE this paper should be used🧻.
— Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE) March 17, 2023
Drone case: Yankees got brazen. To be polite with them is wrong, especially at the time of military operations. The military should surely keep in touch, while bastards like sen. graham say, Russian planes should be shot down. In fact, such beasts get into plane crashes sometimes
— Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE) March 17, 2023
Про американский беспилотник.
Краткие выводы: международной конвенции на эту тему нет. Чикагская конвенция 1944 года и другие международные документы эти вопросы не регулируют. Кстати, напомню, американцы разрушили Договор по открытому небу, который давал право на военные инспекции.
Внутреннее законодательство только формируется.
Но Воздушный кодекс оперирует терминами «запретные зоны» и «зоны с ограничениями». Так, в соответствии со ст. 15 ВК устанавливаются запретные зоны, опасные зоны (районы полигонов, взрывных работ и тому подобное), зоны ограничений полётов воздушных судов и другие установленные для осуществления деятельности в воздушном пространстве элементы структуры воздушного пространства. Это делается правительством. Беспилотники тоже должны соблюдать эти правила. Особенно в период боевых действий, о чём известно всем пользователям воздушного пространства. Тем более, что момент входа на самолёте или БПЛА в территориальное море подчас затруднительно отфиксировать.
А это часть нашей территории, на которую распространяется наш суверенитет.
В общем, говоря по-простому, американцы вконец оборзели. И церемониться с ними неправильно. Хотя и контакты военных нужны, конечно. Особенно на фоне заявлений американских ублюдков типа сенатора грэма о том, что надо сбивать российские самолёты. Кстати, и с такими тварями иногда случаются авиационные происшествия
In an appearance on Hannity Tuesday night, Senator Lindsey Graham floated the idea of starting world war three, before accusing the Biden Administration of doing exactly that.
Reacting to the apparent downing of an unmanned U.S. drone over the Black Sea by two Russian Su-27 aircraft, Graham suggested firing down any Russian aircraft that approaches an American asset over international waters.
“Well, we should hold them accountable and say that, ‘If you ever get near another U.S. asset flying in international waters, your airplane will be shot down,’” Graham proclaimed.
“What would Ronald Reagan do right now? He would start shooting Russian planes down if they were threatening our assets,” he added.
Lindsey Graham is a fucking idiot. https://t.co/1prnF6CvbD
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 15, 2023
Not sure Reagan would be doing that right now, actually Lindsey.
“All I can tell you is that on multiple fronts, we’re in a dangerous situation,” he continued, adding “Weakness creates provocation. They know they can get away with it.”
Graham then accused Joe Biden of acting like “a deer in the headlights,” before stating to Biden “if you don’t change your game and up your game, we’re going to have World War III.”
I was an NMCC watch officer under Reagan, and he would do nothing of the sort. We had two+ of these a week. The only difference is both sides were practicing attack runs and were carrying live nukes then. This one is of little consequence, even if Russia wants to pursue it. The… https://t.co/L1fmruyezH
— Bob Smalser (@spraguepond) March 15, 2023
Said exactly what a warmonger says…
— Ghost of Bezmenov (@GhostOfBezmenov) March 15, 2023
Should be the first to be drafted alongside Nuland if WWIII breaks out.
— Zaha (@HinodeArashi) March 15, 2023
So they say
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- Medvedev was president between 2008 and 2012 and a former prime minister
The two-day visit by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to Moscow next week will be business-like and “unburdened by any additional ceremonial things,” an aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin has revealed.
Yury Ushakov told journalists that a one-on-one meeting between Putin and Xi will take place at the Kremlin on Monday afternoon.
“We [Russia] attach great importance to this informal conversation behind closed doors because during it the most crucial and sensitive issues in the relations between the two countries, including conduct on the international arena, will be discussed,” he said.
On Tuesday morning, the Chinese leader is scheduled to hold talks with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. Negotiations involving the respective presidents and high-profile delegations from including defense and foreign ministers from both countries, will be held later in the day, according to the aide.
During the visit, Putin and Xi will discuss the conflict in Ukraine, Ushakov said, adding that Moscow values Beijing’s “measured” stance of the issue. China has resisted Western pressure to impose sanctions on Russia over its military operation, while consistently calling for a peaceful resolution of the crisis and singling out the role of the US in provoking it.
Special attention will be paid by the leaders to energy cooperation, Ushakov added. China became one of the largest consumers of Russian gas and oil after the resources were redirected from the EU over the past year, due to the sanctions standoff between Brussels and Moscow.
Putin and Xi will also talk about further expanding military cooperation in the presence of the two countries’ defense ministers, the Russian president’s aide noted.
Negotiations will conclude with the respective presidents signing a statement on deepening bilateral relations and expanding economic ties, the aide pointed out.
The talks in Moscow will give “a new impetus” to the rapidly developing relations between the neighbors, in which there is “no leader and no follower,” and where both sides trust each other, Ushakov pointed out.
Just imagine if Xi delivers a ceasefire in Ukraine.
That will change the World Order.
Russia’s military presence in Syria should become permanent, President Bashar Assad suggested in an interview with the RIA Novosti news agency on Thursday. He made the comments after meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow the day before.
Assad said he would welcome any Russian proposals to set up new military bases and boost troop numbers in the country, adding that Moscow’s presence in Syria is “a good thing” and does not need to be temporary or limited to just fighting terrorism.
“The war against terror is today’s topic, but it is temporary,” Assad said, adding that “Russia’s military presence in any country should not be based on anything temporary.”
Instead, the Syrian leader pointed out that the issue is about “international balance” and that Russia’s presence in Syria “is important in terms of the balance of power in the world as a country located on the Mediterranean Sea.”
He added that, in his opinion, superpowers today cannot defend themselves or fulfill their proper roles on the world stage if their presence is limited only to their state territories. “They should work outside of [their territories] through their allies in the world or through military bases,” Assad said.
“We believe that if Russia has a desire to expand the bases or increase their number, then this is a technical or logistical issue. If there is such a desire, then we believe that the expansion of the Russian presence in Syria is good,” Assad told RIA.
He noted, however, that the topic of bases has not been discussed by the two sides “from a military point of view” and that announcements on this kind of cooperation are rarely made due to the inherent secrecy of military issues. But he stressed that both Russia and Syria have a common view on the topic in both political and military terms.
Moscow and Damascus have had close ties since the Soviet era. In 2015, Russia sent its military into Syria to help Damascus fight against Islamic State and Western-backed jihadist groups opposing Assad’s government. In 2017, Russia deployed a navy logistics center in the city of Tartus for 49 years, which in the future is expected to be able to host up to eleven Russian warships, including nuclear vessels, at the same time.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy said tonight his government will “launch salvos of missiles from submarines . . . in the neutral waters of the Pacific Ocean, relatively close to the coast of the United States, equipped with imitation nuclear warheads.”
The date of this ‘exercise” is not yet known.
This will be Russia’s response to the United States sending B-52’s to within ten miles of Russian territory (an island in the Baltic Sea) wherein they practiced launching nuclear cruise missiles at St. Petersburg, Russia, earlier this week. That incident, earlier this week, was reported HERE
From the Russian Foreign Ministry: “We urge the United States to think about the consequences of its increasingly aggressive actions fraught with direct military confrontation with Russia.”