Russian Peace Negotiator Poisoned, Skin Peeled Off & Temporarily Blinded

Russian businessman Roman Abramovich and two other peace negotiators for Russia apparently suffered temporary blindness and skin peeling from the face and hands as a result of poisoning by a chemical weapon.

One U.S. official has said the government doesn’t believe the poisoning report of Abramovich and others.

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Video from Mariupol reportedly shows Russian forces escorting the neo Nazi Azov Battalion out of the liberated city as throngs of onlooking residents cheer.

A Mariupol resident celebrates the defeat of the neo Nazi Azov Battalion by removing the group’s sign from its suburban base.

“I’ve waited years for this,” he says.

Russian troops have reportedly captured most of Mariupol as of Monday, with this video showing them raising the Russian flag over a devastated building.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that Russia will restrict entry of citizens from “unfriendly countries,” ie the U.S., UK, Canada, Japan, Europe, Australia, South Korea, and others.

Other video reportedly shows Ukrainian forces blowing up a Russian military column somewhere in the country’s contested territory.

In short supply of military vehicles, Ukrainian civilians in Lviv are seen scrambling to repurpose trucks for military use.

Footage allegedly shows Russian forces targeting Ukrainian missiles with high-precision weapons.


Shocking video from Ukraine purportedly shows Ukrainian forces shooting and torturing Russian prisoners of war, prompting several journalists to call for an official investigation into these potential war crimes.

Warning: the following videos are graphic and viewer discretion is advised:

Following the circulation of the horrific videos of torture against Russian soldiers, an adviser to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky released a video reminding Ukrainian troops to adhere to the Geneva Convention.

Former Obama-appointed CIA director Michael Morell called Joe Biden’s calls for regime change in Russia an “unforced error” that ultimately “strengthens” Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Joe Biden is “all talk” about helping in Ukraine’s fight against Russia while asking the U.S. to supply fighter jets.

Peace talks between Ukraine and Russia will resume on Monday with delegrations from both sides meeting in Turkey.

Retired General David Petraeus says the city of Mariupol will likely be taken by Russian forces.

Mariupol has reportedly been completely destroyed amid fierce fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces.

Russian forces have reportedly destroyed a Ukrainian base near Chernigov.


Joe Biden refusing to rule out using first-strike nuclear weapons against Russia during a visit to Poland to see Ukrainian refugees on Saturday.

“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” Biden said of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a speech.

Biden’s White House walked back his incendiary comments calling for Putin to be removed from power:

“The President’s point was that Putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. He was not discussing Putin’s power in Russia, or regime change,” the WH official stated.

Russia has signaled that talks with Ukraine have made “no progress”, and according to western intelligence Russia is now “scaling back” its operation to focus mainly on liberating the Donbas region, an underlying goal of its invasion of Ukraine.

Russia is denying “fake news” reports that its forces gunned down civilians in Chernigov, a city in northern Ukraine.

Russia’s Defense Ministry also claims it destroyed a munitions depot and a fuel base on Friday with sea-based cruise missiles.

Fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces is reportedly breaking out near Lviv in Eastern Ukraine.


When asked by a reporter before heading to Europe whether he’s concerned about Russia staging “chemical warfare” against the West, Joe Biden claimed such an attack is a “real threat.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced the alliance will send four new battle groups to eastern member states: Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia to bolster support for Ukraine against Russia’s invasion.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia will only accept rouble for gas from “unfriendly countries” in an effort to prop up the currency which has plunged because of Western economic sanctions.

“I have taken a decision to switch to ruble payments for our natural gas supplies to the so-called hostile states, stop using the compromised currencies in such transactions,” Putin said.

Notably, Europe gets 40% of its natural gas from Russia.

Russia’s Deputy UN Ambassador Dmitry Polyanskiy claimed Ukrainian nationalists launched an attack on the Sumykhimprom plant in northeastern Ukraine, resulting in an ammonia leak.

A top adviser to Putin has reportedly resigned and fled the country.

Footage purports to show Ukrainian forces conducting air strikes against Russian targets.

Russia has reportedly destroyed a laboratory at the Chernobyl power plant that opened in 2015, which the European Commission stated contained “highly active samples and samples of radionuclides that are now in the hands of the enemy, which we hope will harm itself and not the civilized world.”

Democrats and neocons are still calling for Biden to continue supplying Ukraine with taxpayer-funded arms and equipment.

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