And on and on it goes. It’s difficult to believe our politicians anymore.
Trucks of Russian humanitarian convoy wait at the location outside Voronezh, some 400 kilometers outside Moscow, August 13, 2014.
Sat Aug 23, 2014 7:23AM GMT
By Jim W. Dean
Russia’s East Ukraine humanitarian aid convoy had to crash the border to get the badly needed supplies into Lugansk today.
The security concerns for the Red Cross were the last hold up, and as expected, Kiev shelled the area overnight knowing that the Red Cross could not move under those conditions. Putin decided that the fooling around time was over and made the call to go in. God bless the man… the statesman once again.
I had been delaying writing this column for a few hours while awaiting the results of the closed-door UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine’s claims of having been invaded by a humanitarian…
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