Nukes, Nord Stream, ZNPP, Crimea Bridge: Europe is in danger

The following notes emerged from a meeting of twelve women directors of the global women’s rights NGO RINJ Women who are alarmed at the devastating impact of the eastern Europe multinational war on women and children in the eastern Europe conflict area.

Cease Fire

According to notes taken at the meeting, the first priority of the women was to push for a cease fire by all parties fighting in Eastern Europe and that includes at least 55 nations stoking the war including all of NATO which has thousands of troops in-country, based on data assembled by over 1,000 humanitarian workers in the regions.

A cease fire now is expected to save tens of thousands of lives and assure Ukraine’s independence.

Evacuation of Ukraine for reason of Nuclear Threat and Civilian Infrastructure Sabotage

The second priority was to urge all persons in the conflict area to leave.  The rate of infrastructure sabotage demonstrates a depraved indifference to endangerment of ordinary families and casualties among civilians. Additionally, any discussion of nuclear war is sufficient to pack one’s bags and hit the road. (Joe Biden has warned of nuclear Armageddon.)

Epidemic: Depraved indifference to civilian lives. These three children are examples. People need fuel for heating, electricity, and transportation infrastructure without sabotage and without civilian endangerment.

These Children in Donetsk Need A voicePhoto credit: The Nurses of Donetsk

“Instead of trash talk, peace talks are needed,” says Dale Carter, security director of the RINJ Foundation.

“Trash talker Joseph Biden and ruthless statesman Vladimir Putin, the parties in this proxy war in Ukraine, need to start respecting the ethnic Russian civilians like these children in Donbass. Their families have suffered since 2014 at the hands of the Americans et al and they need an immediate cease fire and for these two men to discuss diplomatically the road to peace,” Ms. Carter summed up some of the concerns.

“Enablers like António Guterres who interfere with the peace process by taking sides and insisting that the ethnic Russians in Donbass do not have the right of self-determination need to learn that the right to self-determination is the right of a people to determine its own destiny. In particular, the principle allows a people to choose its own political status and to determine its own form of economic, cultural and social development.

“For example, the people of Palestine must be set free from their onerous occupation by Israel and the West. The West must stop shelling the peoples of Luhansk and Donetsk and allow them their right of self-determination as was the case with Crimea. Taiwan should be able to establish its autonomy within the Peoples Republic of China without external interference. The recent polls suggest the peoples of the island of Taiwan seek a quasi-status quo or in other words an autonomous self-governing status within the Peoples Republic of China.”

“America and NATO Deliberately Prolonging the War in Ukraine is a crime against humanity”

“The people who deliberately prolong this war and increase its intensity are risking the lives of billions of people and that may require their being held to account by whomever is left after the next catastrophe they create,” noted Geraldine Frisque, RINJ Foundation spokesperson.

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In common law and among the international statutes, Self-determination denotes the legal right of people to decide their own destiny in the international order.

Self-determination is a core principle of international law, arising from customary international law, but also recognized as a general principle of law, and enshrined in a number of international treaties.  For instance, self-determination is protected in the United Nations Charter and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as a right of “all peoples.”

The United States and Russia are conducting their activities in a manner of depraved indifference to civilian safety and human rights that now has thousands of people taking to the streets in Europe in protest. In their minds are the ordinary civilians who have endured artillery shelling and loss since 2014. The European population is much better informed than the stupid narrative of America seems to presume. In other words, the average person in Europe is a lot smarter than their politicians who keep pushing for nuclear war by interfering in the Ukraine civil war for 9 years. Now, more likely than any time in the past 60 years, the Ukraine war is headed toward a nuclear crescendo, warns the US President.

Crimea historically belonged to Russia from 1783 until 1954 when the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics randomly gave the region to Ukraine. Motivation for that move to this day is unexplained.

Russia annexed Crimea back into Russia following the Maidan Revolution and a Crimean plebiscite in 2014. Construction of the bridge commenced in February 2016. This weekend the bridge was attacked by saboteurs some of whom are believed to be aligned with or employed with the USA Central Intelligence Agency backing Ukrainian saboteurs.

The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) now in Russian territory and operated by Russian experts has lost its last external power source as a result of renewed Ukrainian artillery fire and is now relying on emergency diesel generators according to a civil society surveillance team of volunteers watching the ZNPP from a wide area around the plant to determine the source of the artillery fire.

As the 19-kilometer (12-mile) Crimean Bridge across the Kerch strait came under CIA attack on Saturday, so too did the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant which is now again on the brink of disaster as the cooling system is on its own reserve diesel power with not many days to go before that shuts down for lack of fuel.

1 September 2022 Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant

1 September 2022 Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. IAEA Photo

Whin a few hours Russian engineers and construction workers had the Kerch bridge back at full function but still undergoing integrity evaluation at its foundation level.

“Presumably the Russians are not blowing up the German Nord Stream pipelines; the 19-kilometer (12-mile) Crimean Bridge across the Kerch Strait, or the ZNPP nuclear plant, as Washington DC has claimed,” said Dale Carter, security director for The RINJ Foundation.

“Unequivocally, this sabotage is the work of the United States CIA advisors and operators working with Ukrainian operators who ended up injuring themselves,” said a USA operative boastfully when it was suggested that the British had played a role. “This is our work and for a good purpose. Infrastructure destruction will continue, and Russia will lose miserably in this war it started.”