Sir Michael Fallon, Minister of Defence
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“In the eyes of posterity it will inevitably seem that, in safeguarding our freedom, we destroyed it. The vast clandestine apparatus we built up to prove our enemies’ resources and intentions only served in the end to confuse our own purposes; that practice of deceiving others for the good of the state led infallibly to our deceiving ourselves; and that vast army of clandestine personnel built up to execute these purposes were soon caught up in the web of their own sick fantasies, with disastrous consequences for them and us.” Malcolm Muggeridge.
12 Aug 2015: The British Army is to be sent to the Ukraine to train the Ukraine Defence Forces
The United Kingdom Secretary of State for Stoking up Conflict, Michael Fallon, just announced (during a visit to Kiev that the British Army) is going to be investing more UK taxpayers’ money into training the Ukrainian army, increasing the number of soldiers in the programme from just over 1,000 to around 2,000 by the end of the year. Another Battalion of the Highlanders Regiment is being deployed
But Article 10 of the Minsk II Accords states the following: There will be a pull-out of all foreign armed formations, military equipment, and also mercenaries from the territory of Ukraine under OSCE supervision. Disarmament of all illegal groups.
Judge for yourselves: Is this in compliance with Minsk II? Or is it a flagrant violation of it?
During his visit he told Ukrainian Prime Minister that the visit “reaffirmed the UK’s support”. and went on to say: “Seven thousand people have already died in the Ukraine, right on the doorstep of Europe … This is not a frozen conflict, it’s still red hot. We are not going to turn our back on Ukraine.”
Of course he conveniently forgot to mention that the majority of those 7,000 or so dead people are civilians in the South East of Ukraine (they are Ukrainians too), who died at the hands of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, or the so-called volunteer battalions such as the one led by arch Nazi Stepan Bandera.
Three questions to Mr Fallon:
1. Is the UK Government going to sanction itself for violating the Minsk II Accords?
2. In reaffirming the UK Government’s support for “Ukraine”, do we include those “Ukrainians” who have been shelled relentlessly by the “Ukrainian” Government?
3. Are we going to be training any of those nice chaps with the SS runes?
Stepan Bandera’s Ukraine’s irregular force
29 Sep 2016: Uk to Take up Leadership Role of the European Nations Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) in 2017
UK armed forces are building a stronger relationship with Albania by working side-by-side on NATO exercises improving mutual effectiveness meeting security challenges in the Balkans.
Soldiers from the Army’s Grenadier Guards and Royal Marines from Kilo Company 42 Commando joined Albanian troops and personnel from the US, Kosovo and Montenegro in Biza in a combined field training exercise.
8 Oct 2016: 2,300 UK maritime forces take part in exercise with Albania
An amphibious task group, the Joint Expeditionary Force Maritime comprising Royal Navy and Royal Marines joined Albanian forces for an exercise in the Adriatic and the Gulf, reinforcing the UK’s relationships with allies, ensuring the task group’s response readiness.
the UK force was led by the warships HMS Ocean and HMS Bulwark supported by Navy vessels RFA Mounts Bay and MV Eddystone, a Tailored Air Group made up of Chinook, Merlin, Wildcat and Apache helicopters, and lead elements of a Royal Marine Commando group, Royal Navy divers and Commando engineers.A small number of Army and Royal Air Force personnel also took part.
The Minister of defence, Sir Michael Fallon said: “The contribution of maritime forces as well as two Royal Navy warships underlines the UK’s strength at sea and our strong defence partnership with Albania. The UK is committed to work with Albania meeting security challenges in the Balkans and demonstrates the ability the UK has to deploy highly effective maritime forces at short notice, anywhere in the world.
In addition to this exercise, the UK has over 3,000 military personnel deployed on operations around the world, underlining Britain’s global military footprint.
9 Oct 2016: Russia must be held accountable for its war crimes, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said today.
Sir Michael said “a much more aggressive Russia” had made the decision to be a “competitor” to the West, as he accused it of murder and war crimes in Syria. He said: “The regime is bombing its own people, its own children, its own women, and it’s being aided and abetted by Russia. There’s increasing evidence that Russia is party to the slaughter that’s now going on. We hoped Russia would become a partner to us in the West, but clearly Russia has decided to be a competitor.
They said that right at the beginning they were going to come in and help us fight Daesh (ISIS), they haven’t done that. They’ve been helping (Syrian president Bashar) Assad bomb his own people, they’ve been flexing their muscles in the Black Sea, they’ve been militarising in Crimea, we’ve seen this pressure on the Baltic states, and they’ve tried to interfere in elections — they even tried to interfere on the Dutch referendum on the Ukraine association agreement.”
28 Nov 2016: Sir Michael Fallon has warned NATO is “prepared to defend” any of its member states amid rising tensions between Russia and the West.
Fallon, said Vladimir Putin has been testing the alliance’s resolve with recent military manoeuvres, which included stationing nuclear weapons in firing distance of Europe. He said Nato had to respond to Moscow and is fully “prepared” to come to the defence of any member state.
He continued: “Testing, that’s what he’s [Putin] been doing. We’ve seen long-range aviation, Russian bombers flying down the edge of our flight region, more submarine activity, manoeuvres on the borders outside the Baltic states and across the border from Poland, more maritime activity in the Baltic, we’ve had this cruiser group sail through the English Channel. So, Putin, I think is testing the alliance and we have to respond.”
The Secretary of Defence also called for NATO members to increase military spending to meet the guidelines which say nations should spend two per cent of their GDP on defence as the alliance “pulls itself together”.
4 Feb 2017: Michael Fallon – The Nutty Brit
Enter Sir Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary of the Poodle-in-Chief, the United Kingdom, who insinuates that Russia is launching a campaign of cyber attacks targeting democracy in the west, “weaponizing misinformation”.
Is he nuts? Firstly, Russia is a democracy and has a President who enjoys an 80%+ approval rating . Secondly, Fallon should publish any supporting facts in public for all to see. Thirdly, what is this nonsense about “misinformation”? Misinforming whom about what?
Who forged papers falsely linking Saddam Hussein to yellow-cake uranium produced in “Nigeria” (in fact it is from Niger and the document was forged by guess who?)
Who provided “concrete intelligence” to the UK’s bed-master about Saddam Hussein’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (in fact a thesis copied and pasted from the Net and sexed up by Blair and his spin doctors)?
Who was it that invaded Iraq based on shamefaced lies?
Who supported terrorists in Libya that they had listed as proscribed?
Who lied about Syria, claiming that the elected government was using chemical weapons against their own soldiers?
Who supported terrorist groups in Syria who cut the heads off small boys?
Who Staged an illegal coup in Ukraine, backing a motley bunch of fascists, terrorists and murderers.
Who perpetrated massacres of Russian speaking Ukrainians and threatened to clear the Ukraine of Jews?
Who copied and pasted photographs from the Net from two decades before and relating to another country claiming President Assad was murdering civilians (when the photography pertained to a NATO massacre in Iraq two decades before)?
Who conducts 24-hour-a-day cyber terrorist attacks against western publications?
The international community is fast losing patience with the UK and its partner in crime across the Atlantic. It is a fact that the world does not need the UK or USA. They need the World.
If the US and UK wish to do something worthwhile, they could assist other countries resolving the contamination of the Worlds oceans. Today a whale beached itself in Norway trying to die because it had so many plastic bags in its stomach it was driving the poor creature…to suicide. When a whale decides that death is better than the living hell humankind has created, then something is wrong.
So instead of bickering and threatening other nations, the US and UK could do something in tune with the hearts and minds of humankind.. Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey Pravda.Ru