A disturbing update from Ukraine that should worry ALP Defence Minister Richard Marles
Another brother has fallen, code named “The Cat” (Kot), he was a fearless soul, someone that would easily stride into enemy territory to destroy warehouses full of enemy firearms and munitions. On one such mission on the way out they come across an enemy tank. This particular tank seemed somewhat off-balanced as its turret was pointing up while steadily revolving all without purpose. So, curiosity got the better of them, they cautiously approached the rear of the tank. On close inspection the access panels had been welded shut, including the man hole at the top of the tank. So, a friendly conversation followed, it turns out the Ukrainians inside the tank were trapped, welded in by the Ukrainian right sector.
These young men were told to go and fight the Russians something that wasn’t first and foremost in their hearts. To pass a friendly cigarette to the trapped Ukrainians the Russians poked them down the barrel of the gun. After some effort the Russians were able to free these men whom were extremely grateful as they thought that the Cossacks would be inclined to kill them but they didn’t.
Then they came across another two such tanks while opening the third tank “The Cat” was shot in the back by a Ukrainian sniper, the Cat bled out. Numerous incursions by The Cat and never a scratch until now, when news of his deeds reached Moscow, he was awarded the medal of honor, he truly was one of the best.
My men reported back last night, it seems there was a terrible fire fight in the kавидов бров in the Kharkov region. My Cossack brothers destroyed many young Ukrainians, many of them would have been lucky to have reached the age of 17 years all wearing new uniforms, my brothers hearts are full of sorrow for what transpired.
This is a pain they’ll carry for the rest of their lives. I was informed that the bodies were literally piled up three people deep. Not only are our fighting brothers dying but we are ploughing under our other brothers for no good reason. Zelensky lost approximately 4000 people in this fight, in an area roughly 2 square kilometres. This pig personally gave the order to mobilise these young men.
Indian, China and Pakistan have refused to buy US hydrocarbons and have turned to Russia as their preferred supplier. The RF has mobilised a large force in the Nikolaevka region. There the Ukrofascists tried another counter offensive. In the first attempt they lost 800 souls in the second they lost 300 as well as 80 pieces heavy military hardware. A warehouse stocked full of munitions was levelled.
More news soon, if Australian authorities (ASIS and Australian Signals Directorate) do not keep trying to censor our communications.
Labor Prime Ministerial aspirants never had a real job but want to run Australia – God help us if that happens
Anthony Norman Albanese born 2 March 1963) is an Australian politician serving as Leader of the Opposition and leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) since 2019. He has been member of parliament (MP) for the division of Grayndler since 1996. Albanese was deputy prime minister of Australia under the second Rudd Government in 2013 and a Cabinet Minister in the Rudd and Gillard Governments from 2007 to 2013.
Albanese was born in Sydney and attended St Mary’s Cathedral College, before going on to the University of Sydney to study economics. He joined the Labor Party as a student, and before entering parliament worked as a party official and research officer. Albanese was elected to the House of Representatives at the 1996 election, winning the seat of Grayndler in New South Wales. He was first appointed to the Shadow Cabinet in 2001 and went on to serve in a number of roles, eventually becoming Manager of Opposition Business in 2006.
After completing his economics degree, Albanese took on a role as research officer to the then-Minister for Local Government andAdministrative Services, Tom Uren, who would become a mentor to him. In 1989, the position of Assistant General Secretary of the New South Wales branch of the Labor Party became vacant when John Faulkner was elected to the Senate. The election to replace him was closely disputed between the Labor Left’s Hard Left and Soft Left groupings, with Albanese being elected with the backing of the Hard Left, taking on that role for the next six years. In 1995, he left the position to work as a senior adviser to New South Wales PremierBob Carr.
Solicitor Richard Marles was elected to Federal Parliament as the Member for Corio in November 2007.
Marles is the Deputy Leader of the Australian Labor Party, Shadow Minister for National Reconstruction, Employment, Skills and Small Business, and Shadow Minister for Science.
Born and raised in Geelong, Marles is an avid Geelong Cats fan. Marles was educated at Geelong Grammar School and has an LLB (Hons) and BSc from Melbourne University.
He began his career with Labor legal firm Slater and Gordon. In 1998, he became Federal Assistant Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union where he was responsible for bargaining with national transport companies and managing the union’s activities in the Australian Industrial Relations Commission.
In 2000, he became Assistant Secretary of the ACTU and ran the Working Hours Case, which gave workers the right, for the first time, to refuse unreasonable amounts of overtime.
Marles was a member of the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission and led the ACTU’s work on OHS. Richard also led an innovative program of co-operation between the Australian and Papua New Guinea union movements.
During the Rudd-Gillard Governments, he served as Minister for Trade, Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Parliamentary Secretary for Innovation and Industry.
He lives in Geelong with his wife Rachel and has four children.