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White House Tells Americans: ‘Suck It Up’ For The Sake Of The “Liberal World Order”

White House Tells Americans: ‘Suck It Up’ For The Sake Of The “Liberal World Order” Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, The White House has told Americans they must continue to endure crippling high gas prices in order to preserve the “liberal world order” and support Ukraine. Yes, really. The comments were made by Biden advisor Brian Deese during a CNN interview when he was asked about the cost of living crisis. “What do you say to those families that say, listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?” the host asked Deese. “This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm,” Deese responded. CNN: “What do you say to those families that say, ‘listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?’” BIDEN ADVISOR BRIAN DEESE: “This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm.” pic.twitter.com/LWilWSo72S — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) July 1, 2022 Countless Americans couldn’t care less about preserving the “liberal world order” in support of Ukraine, and would undoubtedly rather put America first. Indeed, polls have shown that whenever they’re told the consequences of ‘supporting Ukraine’, appetite for American involvement plummets. But that’s not the view of the president, who also said yesterday that Americans should suffer pain at the pump for “as long as it takes” because ‘Putin bad man’. 🚨: NY Times’ Jim Tankersley asks Biden, “How long is it fair to expect American drivers to pay that premium” for the war in Ukraine? Biden: “As long as it takes.” pic.twitter.com/PnRX95xT48 — John Cooper (@thejcoop) June 30, 2022 Biden once again blamed “Russia, Russia, Russia” for high gas prices, despite inflation already soaring before the war in Ukraine and his

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Poland Completes Belarus Border Wall To Repel Middle East And African Migrants

Poland Completes Belarus Border Wall To Repel Middle East And African Migrants Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and a delegation of security officials traveled to their country’s border on Thursday to mark the completion of a 186-mile steel wall along the Belarus frontier. In remarks to reporters, Morawiecki used some some spin to deflect liberal attention from Poland’s selective approach to immigration that welcomes Ukrainians while rejecting Syrians—by portraying the migrant barrier as part of the West’s confrontation with Russia:  “The first sign of the war in Ukraine was (Belarus President) Alexander Lukashenko’s attack on the Polish border with Belarus. It was thanks to (our) political foresight and the anticipation of what may happen that we may focus now on helping Ukraine, which is fighting to protect its sovereignty,” he told reporters.  Belarus has backed Russia in its invasion of Ukraine, to include allowing Russian forces to use Belarussian territory. Lukashenko’s “attack” on Poland came in the form of weaponized migration, as his government encouraged Middle East migrants to come to Belarus and then attempt to enter the European Union via the country’s borders with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. That move was seen as a novel form of retaliation for EU sanctions against Belarus over its treatment of dissidents.  Thousands of migrants from Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and Africa poured into Belarus and proceeded to the Polish border, where they endured bitter cold in their quest to cross the border. At times, the situation has brought major confrontations. In November, hundreds of migrants pushed toward the border near the Polish village of Kuznica and attempted to defeat a barbed wire fence with spades and other tools.  “This is part of the inhuman and really gangster-style approach of the Lukashenko regime that he is lying to people, he is misusing people … and

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