Putin seeks to demilitarise and denazify Ukraine, as well as bring to trial those who perpetrated numerous bloody crimes against civilians

President of Russia Vladimir Putin:

February 24, 2022, 06:00

The Kremlin, Moscow

Citizens of Russia, friends,

I consider it necessary today to speak again about the tragic events in Donbass and the key aspects of ensuring the security of Russia.

I will begin with what I said in my address on February 21, 2022. I spoke about our biggest concerns and worries, and about the fundamental threats which irresponsible Western politicians created for Russia consistently, rudely and unceremoniously from year to year. I am referring to the eastward expansion of NATO, which is moving its military infrastructure ever closer to the Russian border.

It is a fact that over the past 30 years we have been patiently trying to come to an agreement with the leading NATO countries regarding the principles of equal and indivisible security in Europe. In response to our proposals, we invariably faced either cynical deception and lies or attempts at pressure and blackmail, while the North Atlantic alliance continued to expand despite our protests and concerns. Its military machine is moving and, as I said, is approaching our very border.

US President Joe Biden, head of the Biden crime family and having large personal economic ties to Ukraine and the Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky is terrified what the Russians will find when they turn Ukrainian authorities upside down

Why is this happening? Where did this insolent manner of talking down from the height of their exceptionalism, infallibility and all-permissiveness come from? What is the explanation for this contemptuous and disdainful attitude to our interests and absolutely legitimate demands?

The answer is simple. Everything is clear and obvious. In the late 1980s, the Soviet Union grew weaker and subsequently broke apart. That experience should serve as a good lesson for us, because it has shown us that the paralysis of power and will is the first step towards complete degradation and oblivion. We lost confidence for only one moment, but it was enough to disrupt the balance of forces in the world.

As a result, the old treaties and agreements are no longer effective. Entreaties and requests do not help. Anything that does not suit the dominant state, the powers that be, is denounced as archaic, obsolete and useless. At the same time, everything it regards as useful is presented as the ultimate truth and forced on others regardless of the cost, abusively and by any means available. Those who refuse to comply are subjected to strong-arm tactics.

What I am saying now does not concerns only Russia, and Russia is not the only country that is worried about this. This has to do with the entire system of international relations, and sometimes even US allies. The collapse of the Soviet Union led to a redivision of the world, and the norms of international law that developed by that time – and the most important of them, the fundamental norms that were adopted following WWII and largely formalised its outcome – came in the way of those who declared themselves the winners of the Cold War.

Of course, practice, international relations and the rules regulating them had to take into account the changes that took place in the world and in the balance of forces. However, this should have been done professionally, smoothly, patiently, and with due regard and respect for the interests of all states and one’s own responsibility.

Instead, we saw a state of euphoria created by the feeling of absolute superiority, a kind of modern absolutism, coupled with the low cultural standards and arrogance of those who formulated and pushed through decisions that suited only themselves. The situation took a different turn.

There are many examples of this. First a bloody military operation was waged against Belgrade, without the UN Security Council’s sanction but with combat aircraft and missiles used in the heart of Europe. The bombing of peaceful cities and vital infrastructure went on for several weeks.

I have to recall these facts, because some Western colleagues prefer to forget them, and when we mentioned the event, they prefer to avoid speaking about international law, instead emphasising the circumstances which they interpret as they think necessary.

Then came the turn of Iraq, Libya and Syria. The illegal use of military power against Libya and the distortion of all the UN Security Council decisions on Libya ruined the state, created a huge seat of international terrorism, and pushed the country towards a humanitarian catastrophe, into the vortex of a civil war, which has continued there for years.

The tragedy, which was created for hundreds of thousands and even millions of people not only in Libya but in the whole region, has led to a large-scale exodus from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe.

A similar fate was also prepared for Syria. The combat operations conducted by the Western coalition in that country without the Syrian government’s approval or UN Security Council’s sanction can only be defined as aggression and intervention.

But the example that stands apart from the above events is, of course, the invasion of Iraq without any legal grounds. They used the pretext of allegedly reliable information available in the United States about the presence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

To prove that allegation, the US Secretary of State held up a vial with white power, publicly, for the whole world to see, assuring the international community that it was a chemical warfare agent created in Iraq.

It later turned out that all of that was a fake and a sham, and that Iraq did not have any chemical weapons. Incredible and shocking but true. We witnessed lies made at the highest state level and voiced from the high UN rostrum. As a result we see a tremendous loss in human life, damage, destruction, and a colossal upsurge of terrorism.

Overall, it appears that nearly everywhere, in many regions of the world where the United States brought its law and order, this created bloody, non-healing wounds and the curse of international terrorism and extremism. I have only mentioned the most glaring but far from only examples of disregard for international law.

This array includes promises not to expand NATO eastwards even by an inch. To reiterate: they have deceived us, or, to put it simply, they have played us. Sure, one often hears that politics is a dirty business. It could be, but it shouldn’t be as dirty as it is now, not to such an extent.

This type of con-artist behaviour is contrary not only to the principles of international relations but also and above all to the generally accepted norms of morality and ethics. Where is justice and truth here? Just lies and hypocrisy all around.

Incidentally, US politicians, political scientists and journalists write and say that a veritable “empire of lies” has been created inside the United States in recent years. It is hard to disagree with this – it is really so. But one should not be modest about it: the United States is still a great country and a system-forming power.

All its satellites not only humbly and obediently say yes to and parrot it at the slightest pretext but also imitate its behaviour and enthusiastically accept the rules it is offering them. Therefore, one can say with good reason and confidence that the whole so-called Western bloc formed by the United States in its own image and likeness is, in its entirety, the very same “empire of lies.”

As for our country, after the disintegration of the USSR, given the entire unprecedented openness of the new, modern Russia, its readiness to work honestly with the United States and other Western partners, and its practically unilateral disarmament, they immediately tried to put the final squeeze on us, finish us off, and utterly destroy us.

This is how it was in the 1990s and the early 2000s, when the so-called collective West was actively supporting separatism and gangs of mercenaries in southern Russia. What victims, what losses we had to sustain and what trials we had to go through at that time before we broke the back of international terrorism in the Caucasus! We remember this and will never forget.

Properly speaking, the attempts to use us in their own interests never ceased until quite recently: they sought to destroy our traditional values and force on us their false values that would erode us, our people from within, the attitudes they have been aggressively imposing on their countries, attitudes that are directly leading to degradation and degeneration, because they are contrary to human nature. This is not going to happen. No one has ever succeeded in doing this, nor will they succeed now.

Despite all that, in December 2021, we made yet another attempt to reach agreement with the United States and its allies on the principles of European security and NATO’s non-expansion. Our efforts were in vain. The United States has not changed its position. It does not believe it necessary to agree with Russia on a matter that is critical for us. The United States is pursuing its own objectives, while neglecting our interests.

Of course, this situation begs a question: what next, what are we to expect? If history is any guide, we know that in 1940 and early 1941 the Soviet Union went to great lengths to prevent war or at least delay its outbreak.

To this end, the USSR sought not to provoke the potential aggressor until the very end by refraining or postponing the most urgent and obvious preparations it had to make to defend itself from an imminent attack. When it finally acted, it was too late.

As a result, the country was not prepared to counter the invasion by Nazi Germany, which attacked our Motherland on June 22, 1941, without declaring war. The country stopped the enemy and went on to defeat it, but this came at a tremendous cost. The attempt to appease the aggressor ahead of the Great Patriotic War proved to be a mistake which came at a high cost for our people. In the first months after the hostilities broke out, we lost vast territories of strategic importance, as well as millions of lives. We will not make this mistake the second time. We have no right to do so.

Those who aspire to global dominance have publicly designated Russia as their enemy. They did so with impunity. Make no mistake, they had no reason to act this way. It is true that they have considerable financial, scientific, technological, and military capabilities. We are aware of this and have an objective view of the economic threats we have been hearing, just as our ability to counter this brash and never-ending blackmail. Let me reiterate that we have no illusions in this regard and are extremely realistic in our assessments.

As for military affairs, even after the dissolution of the USSR and losing a considerable part of its capabilities, today’s Russia remains one of the most powerful nuclear states.

Moreover, it has a certain advantage in several cutting-edge weapons. In this context, there should be no doubt for anyone that any potential aggressor will face defeat and ominous consequences should it directly attack our country.

At the same time, technology, including in the defence sector, is changing rapidly. One day there is one leader, and tomorrow another, but a military presence in territories bordering on Russia, if we permit it to go ahead, will stay for decades to come or maybe forever, creating an ever mounting and totally unacceptable threat for Russia.

Even now, with NATO’s eastward expansion the situation for Russia has been becoming worse and more dangerous by the year. Moreover, these past days NATO leadership has been blunt in its statements that they need to accelerate and step up efforts to bring the alliance’s infrastructure closer to Russia’s borders. In other words, they have been toughening their position. We cannot stay idle and passively observe these developments. This would be an absolutely irresponsible thing to do for us.

Any further expansion of the North Atlantic alliance’s infrastructure or the ongoing efforts to gain a military foothold of the Ukrainian territory are unacceptable for us. Of course, the question is not about NATO itself. It merely serves as a tool of US foreign policy. The problem is that in territories adjacent to Russia, which I have to note is our historical land, a hostile “anti-Russia” is taking shape. Fully controlled from the outside, it is doing everything to attract NATO armed forces and obtain cutting-edge weapons.

For the United States and its allies, it is a policy of containing Russia, with obvious geopolitical dividends. For our country, it is a matter of life and death, a matter of our historical future as a nation.

This is not an exaggeration; this is a fact. It is not only a very real threat to our interests but to the very existence of our state and to its sovereignty. It is the red line which we have spoken about on numerous occasions. They have crossed it.

This brings me to the situation in Donbass. We can see that the forces that staged the coup in Ukraine in 2014 have seized power, are keeping it with the help of ornamental election procedures and have abandoned the path of a peaceful conflict settlement.

For eight years, for eight endless years we have been doing everything possible to settle the situation by peaceful political means. Everything was in vain.

As I said in my previous address, you cannot look without compassion at what is happening there. It became impossible to tolerate it. We had to stop that atrocity, that genocide of the millions of people who live there and who pinned their hopes on Russia, on all of us. It is their aspirations, the feelings and pain of these people that were the main motivating force behind our decision to recognise the independence of the Donbass people’s republics.

I would like to additionally emphasise the following. Focused on their own goals, the leading NATO countries are supporting the far-right nationalists and neo-Nazis in Ukraine, those who will never forgive the people of Crimea and Sevastopol for freely making a choice to reunite with Russia.

They will undoubtedly try to bring war to Crimea just as they have done in Donbass, to kill innocent people just as members of the punitive units of Ukrainian nationalists and Hitler’s accomplices did during the Great Patriotic War. They have also openly laid claim to several other Russian regions.

If we look at the sequence of events and the incoming reports, the showdown between Russia and these forces cannot be avoided. It is only a matter of time. They are getting ready and waiting for the right moment. Moreover, they went as far as aspire to acquire nuclear weapons. We will not let this happen.

I have already said that Russia accepted the new geopolitical reality after the dissolution of the USSR. We have been treating all new post-Soviet states with respect and will continue to act this way. We respect and will respect their sovereignty, as proven by the assistance we provided to Kazakhstan when it faced tragic events and a challenge in terms of its statehood and integrity. However, Russia cannot feel safe, develop, and exist while facing a permanent threat from the territory of today’s Ukraine.

Let me remind you that in 2000–2005 we used our military to push back against terrorists in the Caucasus and stood up for the integrity of our state. We preserved Russia. In 2014, we supported the people of Crimea and Sevastopol.

In 2015, we used our Armed Forces to create a reliable shield that prevented terrorists from Syria from penetrating Russia. This was a matter of defending ourselves. We had no other choice.

The same is happening today. They did not leave us any other option for defending Russia and our people, other than the one we are forced to use today. In these circumstances, we have to take bold and immediate action. The people’s republics of Donbass have asked Russia for help.

In this context, in accordance with Article 51 (Chapter VII) of the UN Charter, with permission of Russia’s Federation Council, and in execution of the treaties of friendship and mutual assistance with the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Lugansk People’s Republic, ratified by the Federal Assembly on February 22, I made a decision to carry out a special military operation.

The purpose of this operation is to protect people who, for eight years now, have been facing humiliation and genocide perpetrated by the Kiev regime. To this end, we will seek to demilitarise and denazify Ukraine, as well as bring to trial those who perpetrated numerous bloody crimes against civilians, including against citizens of the Russian Federation. Page 2/

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One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on February 27, 2022, in Joe Biden, Ukraine and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.

  1. Daviddd2, Seriously? NO in actual fact, I wasn’t referring to YOU.
    And yes, I’ve said in a number of my posts that “contrasting view points stimulate and challenge, enabling personal growth”. But when some people become rude, aggressive and omniscient in putting forward their case, I find that unnecessary and counter productive. I’m sure you’ll agree.


  2. D Johnston: Nobody is turning on anybody if you are referring to me. 🙂 I’m simply stating what I believe to be facts. Anybody is entitled to question my beliefs if they care to. It’s a rather healthy situation to be able to test and review one’s own perspectives from time to time. 🙂


  3. Oh man! The fur and feathers sure are flying on here all of a sudden…even regular contributors now turning on each other. Who needs trolls.
    W T ?!
    Very revealing.


  4. Daviddd2, Yes there is a very marked difference.


  5. lindseysymonds: “The majority demographic is Ukrainian and the state takes its name from them”

    Entirely ill advised statement, I’m afraid. The “majority demographic” takes its name from the regional geographic name. Look up Україна and what it means.

    The ethnicities of the people in the region have varied over centuries but that has not prevented any of them from referring to themselves as “Ukrainians” even though their ethnicity may be Russian or Polish or Lithuanian or mixed.

    I shan’t belabour the point but you may find it useful to distinguish between nationality and ethnicity.


  6. Daviddd2, But WHO?? with any intellect still listens to and/or goes anywhere near MSM with a barge pole for any reason anyway? I excised (or should that be excorsised) them from my life well over 2 yrs ago. If you develop an intolerance to nuts you don’t eat them. Easy.


  7. daviddd1 your argument is absurd

    Europe does not have a melting pot, mongrelization model of society which is a Jewish subversion for White demographics and only White demographics. Refer to the writings of Israel Cohen, Kalergi etc. . Ukraine rejects melting pot type of society.

    One has to have lived and traveled in Europe to have experienced the reality of its ethnic populations.. It doesn’t matter what European nation you live in – the citizenship of a state might be offered to many ethnically distinct demographics living within the borders of the country, the state might take its name from the nationality of the largest demographic that forms the state, but distinct people know who they are historically, culturally, linguistically etc and hold to their culture. .

    Like every other nationality the Ukrainians know who they are as Ukrainians – as do other demographics living in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.

    The majority demographic is Ukrainian and the state takes its name from them. They are a European folk. And like every other European nation they are governed by Jews because their state is owned by the Jewish Money Power – its financial pyramid – just as Russia is owned by the Jewish Money Power.

    The Russian demographic in Ukraine – in the East – does not support the Ukrainian state and wishes to be governed by Russia. Whereas Poles, Lithuanians, Slovakians etc living in Ukraine and holding citizenship of the Ukrainian state still hold their ethnic identities and in many examples different churches like the Ukrainian Orthodox and the Polish Catholics, but they support the Ukrainian state as a polity and their stake in it.


  8. I agree David: ‘They are still pursuing their historically unfulfilled ambitions.’

    This backward thinking mentality is all about the reunification of the old Roman Empire (in their minds).

    The original Empire headed by the Emperor (Caesar), symbolised by the one headed eagle, eventually collapsed and split into two, i.e., [i]. The Eastern Roman Empire and the Orthodox Church in Constantinople, under the Eastern Caesar, and [ii].The Western Roman Empire and the Catholic Church in Rome, under the Western Caesar. Their respective standards now had the twin-headed eagle, symbolising the one empire under two caesars.

    During the Middle Ages, with the fall of Constantinople, the centre of the Eastern Roman Empire re-located north into Russia, along with the Eastern Caesar (i.e. ‘Czar’), whilst the Western Roman Empire moved northward into Germany/Austria, along with the Western Caesar (i.e. ‘Kaisar’), – the Holy Roman Empire.

    In their antiquated minds, western leaders still fantasise about this imperial reunification under one caesar, – a western caesar of course.

    Someone should tell them, we have computer games for this kind of stuff now.


  9. Ed: “You have to ask Putin it was his speech. Ed”

    Not in this speech, Ed. But thanks for your help.


  10. You have to ask Putin it was his speech. Ed


  11. “Ukraine has been a distinct nation / ethnos on its own land for centuries.”

    Does that include the Poles, Russians, Lithuanians, Turkics, Hungarians, Romanians, Cossacks, Vikings, Khazarians…. all who lived in that region and ran the region on a revolving door basis at one time or another?

    Anyone living in the ethnically mixed region identified geographically as Ukraine was a “Ukranian”, as much as anyone living in Texas is a Texan. Being Texan is a long way from being of Texan nationality/ethnos.

    Sounds like you may have fallen victim to some historical rewrite. I’d appreciate it if you could reference it given that on any historical matter I can always be convinced otherwise.


  12. The West didn’t need to withdraw its military when the Soviets withdrew. All they had to do was not expand. Instead they pushed for their military forces as far as even in Georgia.

    Given that the Warsaw Pact was in fact a RESPONSE to the formation of NATO it becomes clear who is pushing forward to mutual destruction.

    But at least we know it’s not the first time, don’t we! No amount of spin and bellicose rhetoric can defeat the reality which is so observable to anyone who chooses to keep an open eye on what’s what.. You don’t have to be a Russophile to acknowledge reality.

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  13. Hermann, Precisely… but they’ve already well and truly crossed that line. Russia has contingently and strategically prepared for this inevitability and any further retaliatory actions by the West will simply be water off a duck’s back. Their astounding arrogance and stupidity as illustrated in Putin’s candid and erudite address, will result in their long overdue demise.


  14. First point – who uses the slanderous label ‘Nazi’? Communists/The Left/anti-Westerners/Jewish extremists. Why is Putin using it then? Johnny Gat/Vigilante Intelligence had a video exposing Putin’s support of BLM, his channel was deleted.

    Second point – If Ukraine needs to be ‘Denazified’, what is their Jewish president doing?? “Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelenskyy was born to Jewish parents on 25 January 1978 in Kryvyi Rih, then in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.”

    Third point – Where is the analysis on whether or not it is possible that we are facing Soviet Union 2.0? Have we all forgotten the lessons taught to us by Solzhenitsyn, Bezmenov and Golitsyn?

    Fourth point – If many are of the opinion that our governments and institutions have lied to us about nearly everything, why do we still believe the lies regarding the National Socialist Germans? Please read Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil by Gerard Menuhin. What is it about the National Socialists that they do not want us to know? That they provided a way out of the system we’re currently in now?

    Fifth point – If we understand there to exist a Deep State, then why do we constantly attack America? It would mean that it is not America behind many of these evils, but the Deep State that is embedded within American institutions, and other Western countries.

    If you truly want to understand the current system, please read Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil by Gerard Menuhin, and also check out Brendon O’Connell’s youtube channel.


  15. kull o moiski plane gone now


  16. What the… What’s with the West’s fetish of threatening or striking at Russia, starting with France and Napoleon, Austria and the Habsburgs, Germany and Hitler and all the way to the current and persistent NATO creep towards Russia’s border?

    Having lost SEVERAL TENS OF MILLIONS of Russians since Napoleon’s expeditions to Moscow do people really expect Russia to sit back and hang out for yet another assault?

    In view of the historical background of assaults on Russia, peace and security in Europe are not served by placing nuclear missiles on Russia’s borders. It’s likely to invoke a little too much deja vu for anyone with any sense of self preservation.

    The “brains trust” behind this latest development must be aware of that much. Yet they inexorably insist on shoving history down Russia’s throat as if they are still pursuing their historically unfulfilled ambitions.

    We’ve already had TWO World Wars, do we need yet a THIRD World War to satisfy the very same ambitions of two centuries ago? It is clear that it matters little to the “brains trust” whether the Czar, the Soviets, Putin or anyone else is in power in Russia.

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  17. I think it was 1997, when the West agreed, that if Russia withdrew its military from Europe, they would likewise withdraw.
    But instead, as Russia honourably withdrew (according to the treaty), the West not only, refused to withdraw, but on the contrary, advanced its military into the regions vacated by Russia.

    The West is simply re-enacting a cold-war version of Operation Barbarossa, which could now turn into a hot-war.

    Ukraine is Russia’s Stalingrad moment, where they are forced to make their stand. Their fight for the right to exist.

    The delusional bully-boy West, will eventually cross the line of no return, and ultimately, suffer the fate of the Nibelungs.


  18. Always good to hear both sides of the story. Why are we forbidden to hear the above information in the MSM? It’s not as if Putin is an irrelevant bit player. Thank you Cairns News,


  19. Ukraine has been a distinct nation / ethnos on its own land for centuries. It might have been part of larger polities like Poland Lithuania – but if they are not a nation , no one is a nation. They fell to the Bolshevik Revolution (the Jewish Communists) in 1922. Just as the Jewish Communist regime genocided millions of ethnic European Russians in Russia itself and changed the demographics, they genocided millions of the ethnic European Ukrainians and carted other millions of them off to the gulags.

    So they had a long stint under Communist rule from Moscow. If the Communists again take over Ukraine and incorporate it – they will still be right up against Europe – namely Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. These were the folks who were handed over to Communist rule by the Allies after WWII. They don’t want to be under Communism either.

    So it looks like Vlad is going to have his war in Europe.

    I seriously doubt the above English trans speech was broadcast in the Soviet Union in Russian. It sounds to me like it was crafted for Western consumption. I think the Russians are pretty much aware that the ZOG wars in the Middle East (Sionistskiye Gosudartva) were managed / co-ordinated by Israel with the US and the Soviet Union working together to regime change 7 nations and put Zionist occupied governments in those nations.

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  20. That is a good post. I share similar post on my wall at https://www.facebook.com/rick.pol.12 including several calls Putin has made to Trump.

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  21. At the risk of sounding like a micro-echo, America, you have bled the world long enough. Return to your borders or face world revolt.


  22. Here’s an article from today’s RT-News [27 Feb].

    Australia to fund lethal arms for Ukraine

    Canberra said it would provide lethal military assistance to Kiev with the help of NATO
    Australia to fund lethal arms for Ukraine

    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has ordered the funding of lethal military assistance for Ukraine – a step up from his previous commitment to non-lethal aid – as the military conflict between Kiev and Moscow continues.

    Australia would start supplying weapons to Ukraine through its NATO allies, Morrison announced on Sunday morning.

    “The Australian government will continue to stand up for what is right when it comes to Ukraine,” said Morrison, adding that though the country was “already providing significant support in terms of non-lethal aid,” he had decided to “provide whatever support we can for lethal aid through our NATO partners, particularly the United States and the United Kingdom.”

    Morrison said that Canberra would provide military assistance through the US, UK, and other NATO member states rather than shipping arms from Australia directly “because that’s the most effective way to do it.”

    Biden orders more aid to Ukraine
    Read more Biden orders more aid to Ukraine
    “They are already providing support in these areas and we will be assisting them with what they are doing,” the PM said.

    Australia is the latest country to pledge weapons and other military aid to Ukraine, following in the footsteps of the US, UK, Germany, and other NATO allies.

    This week, Germany promised to send Ukraine 1,000 anti-tank weapons and 500 surface-to-air missiles, while Belgium and the Netherlands vowed to deliver 2,000 machine guns and 200 missiles respectively.

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  23. Hi Editor, Thanks so much for retrieving this Federation address after the site was taken down. I will save it this time! For the candour and linguistic eloquence it should be ranked as one of the greatest of all time surely.


  24. Can he come to Australia next.
    Our government has been shooting civilians on the streets and using microwave weapons on unarmed peaceful protesters.


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