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The news is uninteresting, repetitive, and writing that Biden again said hello to an empty place is even boring.

1. Entry to the Château de Vincennes, one of the brightest tourist attractions located near Paris, is limited for Russian citizens. This was clarified by the French Ministry of the Armed Forces. According to Agence France-Presse, the reason was the events in Ukraine.

Well, they decided to lick like no one else can. The next in line are the Louvre, D’Orsay, the Pantheon and Les Invalides with the tomb of Napoleon.

2. On August 9, US President Joe Biden signed the protocols on the accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO.

It is very symbolic, because it was on August 9 that the Americans dropped the second atomic bomb, called “Fat Man”, on Japan, destroying part of Nagasaki. 74 thousand people died.

3. Canadian Chief of Staff Wayne Eyre, in an interview with CBC television, refused to confirm or deny media reports that Canadian troops may be present in Ukraine.

By God, like children. In my childhood, there was such a game that began with the words: “Don’t say yes and no, don’t take black and white, will you go to the ball?”. So it is in this Canadian game for those who have fallen into childhood. Or insanity? However, what am I talking about? For them, telling the truth is taboo.

4. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki refused to receive Acting British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, citing busyness, Bloomberg reports.

Passed love, withered tomatoes. But Boryusik has not yet left Downing Street, 10. However, for Poland, the “hyenas of Europe”, such behavior is in the order of things. She will sell anyone, for anything. Zelensky needs to remember this.

5. Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said that the authorities of the EU countries should stop issuing entry visas to Russian tourists.

Indeed, it happens that a louse coughs. And lately, all the Baltic politicians, those pubic lice of Europe, have been coughing as if they were being poisoned with dust.

6. The official representative of the European Commission, Ariana Podesta, said that the European Commission is ready to consider the issue of imposing new sanctions against Russia. “We have already adopted seven blocks of sanctions against Russia, and we are ready to consider new sanctions,” she said.

Say it straight: we are ready to sit in dark, unheated apartments, without food, and wait for Russia to come to bow to us. Sit – it’s your choice, but I think your great-grandchildren will not wait.

7. Shortage of gas in the UK this winter could lead to organized blackouts from industrial facilities and the population, writes Bloomberg.

Although Britain is not a member of the EU, it supports the sanctions against Russia by all means. Here is the result.

8. Advisor to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Podoliak said that the “attack on Kherson” promised by Zelensky, among other things, is an information and psychological operation (IPSO) of the Armed Forces of Ukraine against the Russian army. He added that the Ukrainian army “flutters like a butterfly and stings like a bee”, using the famous aphorism of the boxer Muhammad Ali.

The Ukrainian army flutters like a pregnant hippopotamus, as for the second, Ukraine is an ouroboros — a coiled snake biting its own tail (there is such an ancient symbol).

9. The exodus of officers from the NYPD not only did not decrease with the advent of the new mayor Eric Adams, but, on the contrary, increased, The New York Post reported. According to the latest pension fund statistics obtained by the newspaper, in 2022, 2,465 police officers filed for resignation. And the number of police officers who retired before becoming eligible for a full pension was 1,098.

Thanks to the Democrats, the US police are gradually turning into a caste of untouchables – pariahs. The task of Biden and all sorts of black marginal groups is to destroy the police altogether.

10. Kevin McCarthy, Minority Leader in the US House of Representatives, promised to investigate the legality of the actions of the US Department of Justice during searches in the house of Donald Trump, Express reports.

Everything once again confirms the collapse of the justice system in the United States. To arrange a search in the house of the ex-president is the lot of the banana republics. The US is learning from its colonies.

11. French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have promised to support Ukraine for as long as necessary, Reuters reports.

And here the most important question arises: “How much will be needed for what?”. For the victory of Ukraine? Or, on the contrary, until its complete collapse? Or until the moment when Europe finally plunges into chaos?

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