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ADOLF - In the eyes of many looking on at the antics of Vladimir Putin, there is an inescapable similarity between the Russian president, effectively a dictator, and the former German chancellor. We are also reminded of Sussex Police, who also beat up prisoners who are asserting their rights to a fair hearing, and when they don't get that, an effective remedy. The United Kingdom is rife with human rights abuses that fall far short of Putin's Russia, but nevertheless, are serious issue on our radar.





The crime of Genocide is abhorrent, created after World War Two, borne of the horrors of the Holocaust.


It is reported that Vladimir Putin has made false allegations, as an excuse to invade the Ukraine. It is like the pot calling the kettle black. A Machiavellian spin on facts, as a propaganda exercise, that few people outside Russia will swallow - and many in Russia, know not to be true. But dare not challenge, for fear of being imprisoned, tortured, or worse; disposed of.


But then, Tony Bair did the same in invading Iraq. Another human rights massacre, based on bogus intelligence. And Queen Elizabeth knighted the disgraced former Prime Minister, for lying to the British public and killing thousands of innocent people. She is also said to have bailed out Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, in settling with Virginia Giuffre, to get him off claims of rape, of a minor. 


Russian forces have relentlessly targeted civilians and bombed hospitals as part of their invasion of the Ukraine. A fact not lost on the media, and now Boris Johnson is coming into his own, where during times of war, we need his kind of politics, to fight fire with fire - or it that bullshit?






THE CLASS SYSTEM - The rich get rich by exploiting the workforce. Being extremely wealthy, could be considered a crime, if the money made consists of immoral earnings. Immoral could be drug dealing, money laundering, or supporting a dictator who is abusing his position of office, by eliminating political opposition to remain in power - thus defeating the democratic process. Immoral may also mean being irresponsible when it comes to climate change.




Anyone supportive of an Aggressor, in terms defined by the Rome Statute, could be held to be vicariously liable, with their assets seized as potential proceeds of crime. 


You can imagine how Russia's allies might react to that. Because, they will be next. Hence, if (hypothetically) China were to side with Russia, all trade would cease with them, and all their foreign assets would be seized.


Without income from exports, Chinese billionaires would have to take a pay cut. The West, would need to find a different supplier of tea and rice. Not a big problem. The West is already looking to divest themselves on reliance on cheap imports, where those imports are produced with dirty electricity from coal fired power stations.


Tesla's, Elon Musk, might be one of the losers. But then they/he took a gamble setting up production behind the bamboo curtain. He is also dabbling with fire with crypto-currencies. You cannot make real world profits, without producing anything. Money, is just fictitious nothingness unless supported by something tangible, like gold or silver. Or wheat or orange juice. At the present time, nearly all currencies are unsupported by something linked to the ability of earth to sustain. And that is why we have global warming.











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Nazi death camp executions. Direct action killing of humans inconvenient to their cleansing and world domination agenda was a World War Two horror exemplified by the factory gassing of concentration camp inmates. Putin's Russia is not that different, when push comes to shove. Effectively, this is what Russia is doing to Ukrainians at the moment.





In Vladimir Putin's Russia, basic human rights are thrown to the wind.


The European Court of Human Rights is itself guilty of oppression in that they filter out cases on the slightest pretext, knowing that they should properly be heard. They offer no explanation for saying that a case in ineligible. There is a total lack of transparency in SDG terms. Hence, the European Court in Strasbourg, France, is a Human Rights violation abomination - instead of a paragon of virtue.


The International Court of Human Rights, only deals with the most serious cases, but has so far failed to define what they consider to be serious.





The West has rather obtusely been trading with evil, allowing a dictator with stated world domination ambitions for an Imperialist Russia, to accumulate sufficient wealth to launch attacks on the Ukraine.

But will it stop there? It is doubtful. Adolf Hitler did not stop, until the world plunged into war - and finally he shot himself in a bunker in Berlin (at least that is what we were led to believe). Is that how it will end for Putin. Or, will one of his General's do the honours?

Strangely, Vladimir Putin may have done the climate change cause a favour.

If ever there was a case for energy self-sufficiency, Vladimir Putin has presented us with a scenario that Europe, the USA and the rest of the free world should have seen coming a mile off.

But they didn't.

They were either too busy grabbing what they could for themselves. Or they were naive enough to believe that while their backs were turned, the biggest playground bully on planet earth would not strike.

Anyone who threatens to use nuclear missiles must surely be at least partly deranged, and be may sufficiently misguided or otherwise ignorant, or pig headed enough to use them.

It is bad enough having to keep such deterrents on stand-by just in case a lunatic does not get his own way and throws all his toys out of his pram. But to threaten to use them in aggression, tells us how dangerous Russia can be in the wrong hands.

In the right hands, with fully transparent elections and human rights equality for all, Russia could be an asset to sustainable development and a truly circular economy. Sadly, Vladimir Putin has demonstrated yet again, and in the views of many, that he is not the right man to lead Russia. He keeps control using fear and propaganda, presumably part of his KGB training. Not just fear, but alleged murderous executions, imprisonment and torture to control civil unrest. Thus disposing of genuine opposition at election time.

He refused to agree to phase out coal at COP26 as a feint. Gauging the reaction of China and India, with a surprise reaction from Australia, confirming to him that the main players are totally hooked on coal - addicted to cheap energy imports - and therefore likely to turn a blind eye to his HR transgressions. 

In reality, Putin needed gas, oil and coal income to continue, in order to fund his world domination agenda. And the backing of his rich Russian billionaires, who did not care that Russia was in the hands of the next Adolf Hitler, setting the planet up for World War Three. Witness Chinese indecision, with alliances over satellites.

That his customers are paying for him to plot against them may seem amusing to some.

Any way you look at it, Vladimir may have done us a favour by jumping when he jumped. But why did he jump?

He jumped when he thought the rest of the the world was busy elsewhere - and we were. Joe Biden was struggling with his domestic agenda. Boris was fighting to survive PartyGate. Europe is in perpetual turmoil. Also, because Putin realised that such a moment in time might not come again, with the Paris Agreement leading us to renewables, that would ultimately diminish his hold on nations who were dependent on his fossil fuel imports to keep their economies choking on carcinogenic fumes.

He saw the West allow Afghanistan to be taken over by the Taliban unopposed by the US, as a sign that he could do the same in the Ukraine.

All based on greed. Russia's greed for power, and the G20's (minus one) greed for continued growth based on exploitation of the planet. Regardless of global warming. It follows the G7 are impotent, having been snake charmed.


Russia's invasion of the Ukraine has shown us how reliant we are on fossil fuels, when we should have been independent a long time ago. War is harmful to the planet, but in this case may have done us a favour, if it has to get worse, before it gets better.

The conflict may help to accelerate the development of solar and wind renewables, as politicians finally get it, and focus up. Not on climate change, but on survival.

Renewable energy is the key to survival. Where energy equals power.

We cannot afford to keep on exploiting the world unsustainably. Continuing to use fossil fuels is making all the wrong people rich and powerful, at the expense of allowing them to build large military machines with stockpiles of fuel and cash to wage wars. Not only that, but with property overseas to escape to, if it all goes wrong. Remember the Boys From Brazil.

You cannot wage war if you don't have the operating capital to pay for military muscle, or the iron ore to make steel.


Then there is wealth, much of which comes from immoral or illegal earnings. Why did the rest of the world assist the oligarchs to buy up property in other countries with drug and other immoral earnings. The average Russian is no better off than they were under the Tsars. They are virtual slaves to be drained. If they complain, they are sent to the Gulag (other prisons) after being tortured by the FSB, the successor to the KGB. Under the direct instruction of Vladimir Putin.

The UK is one of the most guilty countries, in not closing money laundering loopholes, with London the dirtiest capital in the world. Boris Johnson was asked by his own MPs to take action, as was David Cameron, all those years ago. Germany is suckling on Russian gas. And so it goes on.

Our leaders did nothing. A sure signal to Vladimir Putin that he could get away with almost anything.


Countries that attack other nations, might have to face criminal prosecution via the International Criminal Court, and the tenets of the Rome Statute of 1998. It is a criminal offence to cause hurt to another human, from your actions or failure to act to prevent harm. Aggression is also a crime.







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In a world where a democratic system is held to be of paramount importance for peaceful progress, Vladimir Putin and his military and commercial generals are condemning Russia's youth to a life of servitude. The other leaders above are almost as bad, for prolonging a situation where fossil fuels are being used to fuel wars.





The only way to deal with dictator bullies, is to either eliminate them (but that is illegal). Or, to limit their offensive capabilities. Of which, one way is economic sanctions.

The other way is to nuke them, in retaliation for a first strike. But they'd have to fire first. Unless, like Japan in World War Two, the human cost of conventional warfare is so staggering, that tactical nuclear bombings begin to look like the least damaging option. And that would need to be a convincing argument, because of the fallout.

But even then, the 'reasonable' rest of the world would need to stay on top of financial transactions involving potential threats to peace.

Money from any country entering another should be fully verified for authenticity. Property that has been recently purchased (in the last 15 years) could be confiscated, pending authentication.

If each country becomes energy independent, then exports and imports are the next brake to be applied.

China has gained a foothold in every country with cheap imports made using coal fired electricity generating stations. India is doing the same. Flooding the world with cheap exports.

Cut off all trade with suspect countries. That means no purchases, and sourcing alternatives. It also means no exports to those countries. No matter how tempting cheap imports may be, or revenue from exports. This includes clothing, films, and other articles that are marketed via the internet. Anything originating from Russia, must be prevented from reaching our shores by any means

It is expected that Russian and their allies, may seek to infiltrate our markets using third parties - as a smoke screen - or laundering device. Amazon and Ebay are prime examples, selling Chinese goods to unsuspecting customers in the rest of the world.

Once identified, those assisting in such plans, should also be black-balled.

Banking transactions should be suspended. Transactions in the last 10 years should be investigated, as part of a disinfection process. All Russian or other, In-Name accounts should be frozen. Property, especially houses bringing in rents, should be confiscated as proceeds of crime.

Police in almost every country already cooperate to prevent the travel of convicted criminals and terrorists. All persons from suspect war criminal countries, should be treated as criminals. Meaning, no visas. No permits, save for peace talks, under a temporary White Flag of Truce.








Adolf Hitler and chum They are proponents of the Renting Age and Financial Slavery, as part of their kleptocratic agendas - not that far removed from Putin's vision where Russia dominates the world, supported by allied nations. Until, the final conflict, when there can be only one. And it will not be China that comes out on top. Though, many think they have commercial domination plans of their own.


In Wealdenland, they have been building executive houses to enable Russian oligarchs and other drug dealers and oil barons to launder their money. It appears not to bother this council's conscience one little bit. Just so long as they get a fat pension, by investing in oil and gas companies. To date, no British prime minister has made any effort to close the legal loopholes that have allowed the United Kingdom to become the money laundering capital of the world.












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