Russia-Ukraine War

  • Biden Offered Russia Part of Ukraine in Exchange for Peace?

    While Biden has continued to pledge to continue supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia “as long as it takes” with $113 billion in aid thus far, behind the scenes, the Biden administration has been telling the Ukrainian government that it will not be able to continue supplying massive levels of advanced weapons and munitions part early summer and that it will have to negotiate a diplomatic peace agreement with Russia to end the war later this year.
  • Peter Pry: March 24, 2022

    Dr. Pry warns that we cannot believe what we are seeing on TV and hearing from politicians about the Ukraine War. The narrative that Russia is bogged down or losing may be true. But the Ukraine government, and the Biden Administration, wants the world to believe this. Ukraine wants to encourage Western intervention. Biden wants the news focus to be on Russia's alleged failures in Ukraine, not on his catastrophic failure to deter Russian invasion. But what if the Russian's are themselves deliberately trying to provoke the West to fight in Ukraine, feigning weakness and failure so they can turn Ukraine into a tactical nuclear killing ground, Moscow's "final solution" to the problems of the U.S. and NATO? Remember the Battle of Austerlitz. Remember Afghanistan.
  • Worldview Report Audio Only: March 15, 2022

    We have some shocking revelations about those biolabs in Ukraine.
    Hunter Biden’s firm Rosemont Seneca provided capital for the firms behind the creation of the biolabs. On Tuesday, March 8, the U.S. State Department confirmed there were U.S. biolabs in Ukraine. Then on Wednesday, March 9, the Biden administration backtracked and insisted there were no US-funded biolabs in Ukraine. But the Gateway Pundit is reporting that it has the receipts showing there are documents that prove the US was funding several of the biolabs they set up in Ukraine to study potentially dangerous pathogens. Banner