US President Joe Biden said the war against racism in the United States never ends US President Joe Biden said the war against racism in the United States never ends

US President Joe Biden said the war against racism in the United States never ends

US President Joe Biden said the war against racism in the United States never ends  US President Joe Biden said, on Saturday, at a graduation ceremony at Howard University in Washington, that racism is one of the most serious threats facing the United States, and the battle against it never ends.  Biden: The war against racism in the United States never ends, The California Compensation Commission agrees to compensate black residents "Since the beginning, more than 240 years ago, there has been a constant struggle between the best in us - the American idea that we are created equal, and the worst in us - the harsh reality in which racism has long separated us from each other ... This is a never-ending battle," Biden said.  The American leader added that the idea of ​​white supremacy is "the most dangerous terrorist threat" in the United States, noting that he spoke about this during his inauguration in 2021, and once again called on American citizens to fight hatred and violence.  He said: "Hate never disappears, it only disappears between the rocks, and when the oxygen reaches it, it comes out from under this rock again."  According to The Daily Beast reporter Zachary Petrizzo, during Biden's speech, 12 protesters took out signs expressing their "dissatisfaction with the president and a number of other issues, such as Pentagon research."          Business Insider: Washington may "spoil" the Ukrainian counter-attack plans due to excessive pressure on Ukraine  General Ben Hodges, the former head of NATO forces in Europe, said that the United States could disrupt Ukraine's counter-attack plans by applying excessive pressure on Kiev.  "The one thing that I think could destroy everything is that the West is putting too much pressure on Ukraine," Hodges told Business Insider.  As the general stated, there are those in the US president's administration who are "not committed to the absolute victory of Ukraine," and, according to him, this proves the inability of politicians to clearly define the goal of Washington's assistance to Kiev.  Another interviewee with the magazine, Mark Kanchian, a retired US Marine colonel, noted that the conflict could "go on indefinitely" and that countries would "continue to throw money into it with no results".  The Russian Foreign Ministry had stated earlier that Western countries are calling on Kiev to continue offensive operations and occupy new Russian territories, although it realizes that such plans are doomed to failure.           "They are Nazis." A former US intelligence officer Ritter reveals the truth about Kiev's crimes  A retired US intelligence officer, Scott Ritter, said that a Nazi regime had already been set up in Ukraine, encouraging strikes against civilians in Donbass.  "I think Americans need to understand that we are fighting on the side of the bad guys, for the Nazis who are committing horrible crimes," Ritter said on the US Tour of Duty YouTube channel.  Ritter noted that the Kiev regime supports attacks on places where shops and schools are located, which leads to civilian casualties.  The analyst also drew attention to the fact that this was a deliberate bombing, because the Ukrainian forces possess not only NATO weapons, but also US intelligence data.          Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky questions Donald Trump's ability to resolve the conflict in Ukraine  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky questioned Donald Trump's ability to resolve the conflict in Ukraine as president of the United States. Considering that he needed to take a more in-depth look at the facts  On Saturday, Zelensky said during a meeting with representatives of the Italian media, answering a question about the possibility of settling the conflict if Trump wins the upcoming US presidential elections: “I want to remind you that Trump was president of the United States, and I had a meeting with him, because I was also president.” At that time.” “I’m not sure he was deeply aware of this case.”  Zelensky was quick to point out that he was not accusing Trump of anything. But he needs to take a deeper look at the facts. Therefore, "I can't add anything in terms of who will be president of the United States, this is what the American citizens will decide, and then we will see if Donald Trump is able to help solve the crisis."  It is noteworthy that Trump has stated on more than one occasion that he will find a solution to the conflict in Ukraine within 24 hours if he becomes president. According to Trump: In order to achieve this, he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.  The next US presidential election is scheduled for November 2024.

US President Joe Biden said, on Saturday, at a graduation ceremony at Howard University in Washington, that racism is one of the most serious threats facing the United States, and the battle against it never ends.

Biden: The war against racism in the United States never ends, The California Compensation Commission agrees to compensate black residents
"Since the beginning, more than 240 years ago, there has been a constant struggle between the best in us - the American idea that we are created equal, and the worst in us - the harsh reality in which racism has long separated us from each other ... This is a never-ending battle," Biden said.

The American leader added that the idea of ​​white supremacy is "the most dangerous terrorist threat" in the United States, noting that he spoke about this during his inauguration in 2021, and once again called on American citizens to fight hatred and violence.

He said: "Hate never disappears, it only disappears between the rocks, and when the oxygen reaches it, it comes out from under this rock again."

According to The Daily Beast reporter Zachary Petrizzo, during Biden's speech, 12 protesters took out signs expressing their "dissatisfaction with the president and a number of other issues, such as Pentagon research."



Business Insider: Washington may "spoil" the Ukrainian counter-attack plans due to excessive pressure on Ukraine

General Ben Hodges, the former head of NATO forces in Europe, said that the United States could disrupt Ukraine's counter-attack plans by applying excessive pressure on Kiev.

"The one thing that I think could destroy everything is that the West is putting too much pressure on Ukraine," Hodges told Business Insider.

As the general stated, there are those in the US president's administration who are "not committed to the absolute victory of Ukraine," and, according to him, this proves the inability of politicians to clearly define the goal of Washington's assistance to Kiev.

Another interviewee with the magazine, Mark Kanchian, a retired US Marine colonel, noted that the conflict could "go on indefinitely" and that countries would "continue to throw money into it with no results".

The Russian Foreign Ministry had stated earlier that Western countries are calling on Kiev to continue offensive operations and occupy new Russian territories, although it realizes that such plans are doomed to failure.



"They are Nazis." A former US intelligence officer Ritter reveals the truth about Kiev's crimes

A retired US intelligence officer, Scott Ritter, said that a Nazi regime had already been set up in Ukraine, encouraging strikes against civilians in Donbass.

"I think Americans need to understand that we are fighting on the side of the bad guys, for the Nazis who are committing horrible crimes," Ritter said on the US Tour of Duty YouTube channel.

Ritter noted that the Kiev regime supports attacks on places where shops and schools are located, which leads to civilian casualties.

The analyst also drew attention to the fact that this was a deliberate bombing, because the Ukrainian forces possess not only NATO weapons, but also US intelligence data.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky questions Donald Trump's ability to resolve the conflict in Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky questioned Donald Trump's ability to resolve the conflict in Ukraine as president of the United States. Considering that he needed to take a more in-depth look at the facts

On Saturday, Zelensky said during a meeting with representatives of the Italian media, answering a question about the possibility of settling the conflict if Trump wins the upcoming US presidential elections: “I want to remind you that Trump was president of the United States, and I had a meeting with him, because I was also president.” At that time.” “I’m not sure he was deeply aware of this case.”

Zelensky was quick to point out that he was not accusing Trump of anything. But he needs to take a deeper look at the facts. Therefore, "I can't add anything in terms of who will be president of the United States, this is what the American citizens will decide, and then we will see if Donald Trump is able to help solve the crisis."

It is noteworthy that Trump has stated on more than one occasion that he will find a solution to the conflict in Ukraine within 24 hours if he becomes president. According to Trump: In order to achieve this, he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

The next US presidential election is scheduled for November 2024.

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