Biden Regime Behind Czech Expulsion of Russian Diplomats

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The Czech Republic is virtual US occupied territory, its pro-Western puppet regime following orders from Washington.

The same is true about most European countries.

Pentagon forces occupy them. CIA and other US dark forces infest them.

In response to Biden regime orders, Prague expelled 18 Russian diplomats, falsely calling them spies involved in a 2014 munitions depot explosion.

Pro-Western Czech prime minister Andrej Babis falsely claimed there’s “well-grounded suspicion about the involvement of officers of the Russian intelligence service GRU… in the explosion of an ammunitions depot in the Vrbetice area.”

No evidence was cited because there is none.

The Biden regime’s embassy in Prague said the US “stands with its steadfast ally, the Czech Republic (sic).”

“We appreciate their significant action to impose costs on Russia for its dangerous actions on Czech soil (sic).”

On Monday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova slammed Prague for its unacceptable action, saying:

Its hostile act “means that not 18 but 62 Russians have to leave the Czech Republic, because there are family members. This includes 28 children.”

“As for the Czech Republic, one should understand that plenty of problems have accumulated in the EU’s member states and in the West in general…”

It’s “necessary to (invent fake accusations) and political measures to hide these problems.”

“Russia is a time-tested instrument, a thesis that has been long put into circulation, and which is used in such cases,” adding:

“Of course, (Biden regime hardliners are) behind” Prague’s action — wrecking relations with Moscow at the same time.

Separately, Zakharova explained that Prague’s hostile to Russia act is connected to a Biden regime assassination plot against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko — jointly foiled by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) and Minsk, a joint statement saying the following:

“In a special operation conducted by the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation alongside the State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus (KGB), the illegal activities of Yuri Leonidovich Zyankovich, a dual citizen of the United States and the Republic of Belarus, and Belarusian citizen Alexander Feduta were prevented, as those had been scheming to stage a military coup in Belarus in accordance with the tried and tested ‘color revolution’ scenario with the involvement of local and Ukrainian nationalists, as well as the physical removal of President Alexander Lukashenko.”

Both individuals were involved in a US planned “armed uprising in Belarus.”

After taken into custody, they said for the plan to succeed, “it was necessary to physically remove nearly all the top figures of the republic.”

“They described in detail the plan of a military coup, including the seizure of radio and television centers to broadcast their address to the nation and the blocking of internal troops and OMON (riot police) loyal to the authorities in the capital.”

“They were preparing a blackout of the Belarusian power grid to hamper the actions of the army and law enforcement agencies.”

Some armed groups located at hidden bases were supposed to launch an active phase.”

“(T)he conspirators were apprehended by the Russian security services and handed over to the Belarusian counterparts.”

The above scenario has US plotted color revolution fingerprints all over it — a failed attempt to gain another client state along Russia’s border.

On Saturday, Czech police falsely accused two Russian citizens of involvement in the depot explosion, once again no evidence cited to suggest guilt.

Britain wrongfully charged the same individuals for the false flag incident involving Sergey and Yulia Skripal.

Staged by the Theresa May regime in March 2018, Russia was wrongfully blamed for what it had nothing to do with.

Nor were the Skripals harmed by a deadly novichok nerve agent — able to kill anyone exposed to a minute amount in minutes, no recovery possible.

According to Russian lower house State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Leonid Slutsky, Czech authorities were following “Washington’s Russophobic” agenda by expelling its diplomats.

In response, the Kremlin declared 20 Czech officials persona non-grata — ordering out of Russia by Monday evening.

Biden regime hardliners achieved a virtual break in Czech relations with Russia.

Acting as a US political pawn, Czech leadership drove a stake into the heart of relations with Moscow not easily repaired soon or longer-term — shooting itself in the foot at the same time.


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Stephen Lendman is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).

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