Never in the history of literature has a writer gone into a self-induced psychotic state in order to summon a Psychic Psychotic Character in order to wage a propaganda war against a world leader amassing troupes on the border of a sovereign nation. How I have been able to PREDICT the future with Miriam Starfish Christling, and Victoria Rosamond Bond, is worth a study by a reputable organization, because Art and Literature are always on the front line of WAR. There was a suggestion that the Ukraine may not be the target of Putin. I wonder if his troupes will invade the Czech Republic. Bohemia has been a traditional target in the history of warfare because of its strategic location. The Bohemian People are asking for unity from fellow member of the European Union. I will be setting up The Bohemian Union Headquarters in Crockett California, the home of my grandfather, who may be the Real Last Bohemian.
My post of July 3, 2018, will go down in history as a shining example of True Prophecy. I came under attack by my End Time neighbors who saw me as a competitor for the Lunacy of David J. King who backed the QAnon Insurectionists. Putin and Trump – are psychos! I believe Ian Fleming is speaking through me, and I am a TZADIKIN.
Unity for all the Bohemian People!
John Prescowitz BNA
President: Bohemian Nation In America
“Posture Statement Preview,” the agency prefaced the tweet which was issued just before midnight E.T. “The spectrum of conflict today is neither linear nor predictable. We must account for the possibility of conflict leading to conditions which could very rapidly drive an adversary to consider nuclear use as their least bad option.”
The strange statement elicited a slew of panicked responses from those on Twitter who were quick to ask for clarification.
“What does this even mean?” one person replied as another added: “That’s a pretty ominous statement.”
The Russian diplomatic mission to Czech has about 120 diplomats and personnel, said Czech officials, more than twice the size of missions to comparatively sized countries or the size of the Czech mission to Russia. Russia Monday expelled 20 Czech diplomats in retaliation for the weekend’s move.
Czech also barred a Russian company from bidding on billions of Euros in contracts to maintain the Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant.
“Losing this many intelligence officers will reduce the amount of activity and capabilities of the Russians for now,” said the central European official. “And Putin will now see the losses of billions in contracts from the nuclear sector. That project was critical not just for the income to Russia but for the influence over local affairs the contract would give.”
“This is real punishment for the Russians but I remain skeptical that this sort of thing affects their behaviour although its possible some intelligence officials have to explain how they could have gotten caught in such a sensitive and critical area as Czech,” said a NATO military intelligence official.
Former President George W. Bush described the modern-day GOP as “isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent, nativist” in an interview Tuesday that was packed with implicit criticism of the most recent Republican president.
A day after the European Union’s top diplomat warned that over 100,000 Russian troops have now gathered on Ukraine’s border and in annexed Crimea, new satellite images show the mighty stockpile of military equipment that the Kremlin has deployed to back them up.
“It is certainly bigger than that one in 2014,” chief Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby said. “We do continue to see that buildup,” he said, characterizing the situation as “seriously concerning.”
The Pentagon has declined to provide specific intelligence on how many Russian troops have taken up positions near Ukraine. A senior European Union official, however, estimated the size of the Russian force to be around 100,000 troops.
Moscow fired back at European leaders on Tuesday after it was accused of involvement in a 2014 explosion at an ammunition depot in the Czech Republic, accusing the west of harboring “mass anti-Russian hysteria.”
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the remark, according to Reuters, while denying that Moscow was responsible for raising tensions with the west even as tens of thousands of Russian troops are amassed near the border with Ukraine.
His remarks came in apparent response to accusations from the Czech Republic surrounding the explosion in Vrbetice that killed two people. Czech police released photographs of suspects who strongly resemble two suspects previously accused of involvement in the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in the U.K.
“It has been announced by the Czech authorities that the two GRU Officers that were charged with the attempted murder of the Skripals in Salisbury, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, were also behind the deaths of two civilians and an explosion in the Czech town of Vrbetice,” said the U.K.’s foreign office in a statement obtained by CNN.
In response to the findings, Czech officials moved to expel more than a dozen Russian diplomats from the country, a move that was met with reciprocal expulsions of Czech diplomats from Moscow.
Russia’s foreign ministry ripped the Czech government’s expulsions as “based on unfounded and far-fetched excuses,” and accused Prague of trying to please the U.S.
This was “an effort to please the United States against the background of recent US sanctions against Russia, the Czech authorities have even surpassed their overseas masters in this regard,” said a foreign ministry statement on Sunday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Czech Republic will ask European Union and NATO allies to take action in solidarity with Prague in its row with Moscow, including expelling Russian intelligence officers from their countries, acting Foreign Minister Jan Hamacek said on Tuesday.
“We will call for collective action by European Union and NATO countries that will be aimed at a solidarity expulsion of identified members of Russian intelligence service from EU and NATO member states,” Hamacek told a televised news conference.
Hamacek said he had summoned Russia’s ambassador in Prague for Wednesday, where he would inform him of a further Czech reaction. He declined to say what the reaction would be.
Czech officials have pointed out Russia had more diplomats in Prague than the Czech Republic had in Moscow, which had made the Russian expulsions more damaging to embassy operations.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Tuesday that the Czech Republic’s allegations of Russian involvement in the 2014 explosion were unfounded and formed part of a wider series of attempts to contain Russia.
Prague has previously said it had evidence backing the suspicion that the warehouse blast was caused by the same agents of Russia’s GRU military intelligence blamed for the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in Britain in 2018. Moscow also denies involvement in the Skripal case.
PRAGUE (Reuters) -The Czech government will not invite Russia’s Rosatom to take part in security assessments before a planned tender for a new unit at the Dukovany nuclear power plant, Industry Minister Karel Havlicek said on Monday.
The decision, which effectively excludes Russia from the multi-billion dollar tender, was announced two days after Prague expelled 18 Russian embassy staff, saying it suspected Russian intelligence was involved in explosions at an ammunition depot in 2014.
Russia has dismissed the accusation as absurd.
Rosatom called the decision to exclude it regrettable and politically motivated.
“We regret this decision of the Czech authorities, because the Russian and Czech nuclear industries had serious prospects for the development of a mutually beneficial partnership, not only in the Czech Republic, but through joint work in third countries as well,” it said.
“The Russian offer envisioned the involvement of hundreds of Czech and European companies in the project of the Dukovany nuclear power plant expansion project, which could have included contracts worth billions of euros. Thus, by excluding Rosatom from the tender, the Czech authorities are pushing aside their own national industry.”
The row is the biggest between Moscow and Prague since the end of Soviet domination of eastern Europe in 1989.
Debate was already fierce over whether Russia should have a place in the tender for a new unit to replace aging blocks at Dukovany, owned by majority state-controlled utility CEZ.
The Industry Ministry announced in March a pre-qualification round, set as a security assessment for potential bidders, before the launch of the tender which is expected after a new government takes office following an election due in October.
Havlicek said on Monday that invitations for the assessments would be sent to U.S. group Westinghouse, France’s EdF and South Korea’s KHNP. Rosatom would also be excluded from delivering key nuclear technology even in a consortium.
He reiterated that the next government would launch the tender and determine the list of bidders.
Security services had previously warned of risks of Russian or Chinese participation.
Czech political parties agreed to exclude China earlier this year but, before the row with Russia, Havlicek and other state officials had sought Russian participation to keep competition up.
(Reporting by Robert Muller, writing by Jason Hovet, additional reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin in Moscow; editing by Andrew Heavens, Timothy Heritage and Sonya Hepinstall)