US President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Russian leader Vladimir Putin go head to head
By Lilan LBliss
Here are our top stories today. But first, watch as US President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Russian leader Vladimir Putin watched and listened in amusement as journalists battled for pictures about two hours ago in Geneva, Switzerland
The Biden-Putin Summit. And although many Africans may not be paying attention to that Summit, it will have major implications for the African continent whether people there know it or not.
Some of the key points raised at the summit are cyberattacks and election interference by cybercriminals inside Russia.
Though President Biden says he raised the issues of human rights abuses all around the world and that case human right abuses taking place in Russia and the imprisoned Americans, he told Russian President Vladimir Putin that he will not tolerate attempts to interfere in the US elections
On the contrary, Vladimir Putin responded ahead of Biden’s briefing, he blasts the U.S by saying, he does not want to see the gruesome murder of George Floyd take place in Russia, in his words. If the West believes it, it doesn’t mean it’s the objective truth. The US undermined strategic stability. Russia is creating stability. We do not create instability.” he sad
Also, Putin still briefing, spitting fire, ahead of Biden’s briefing, President Biden did not invite me to the White House and I did not reciprocate. When I look into his eyes I did not see anything, He is a seasoned politician, it may be hard to believe but hear this, Putin says the highest number of cyberattacks emanating from the U.S. Not Russia Russian President Putin, says 16th June 2021
Cyberattacks is fast killing nations in Africa, Banks, Private Bodies and Individual Are Hacked Daily
Why this meeting matters to the world around us is because it’s almost unbelievable that a guy can be in Russia, the USA, China, Indie and steal your money in Africa Nigeria unaccounted for and most time these hackers are uncaught
This is already happening in Africa but most people are not aware – banks being hacked, identities thief, health records and money being stolen are cyberattacks and hacks already taking place in Africa, but often not reported.
The world is changing and everything that happens here in the U.S., including wild conspiracy theories with millions of people being brainwashed by a fictional online God known as ‘QAnon’,
In Africa majority of people are still far from reality, most of them are blinded by religious fallacies, tribal war, men fighting for their gods and God which eventually has been happening in Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Sudan and elsewhere in Africa. Africans region pays less attention to cyberattacks and hacks around them and here two world leaders and discussing head to head on the sad development
Before now the United States and the European Union Tuesday has called for the perpetrators of human rights violations in Ethiopia‘s Tigray region to be brought to justice, they have also issued a joint statement making it clear that the U.S.A and the E.U are seriously watching the happenings in Nigeria
And to which “foreign forces” maybe withdraw from Ethiopia. The U.S. and the EU also shared “deep concerns” about the growing political and ethnic polarization throughout Ethiopia that threatens the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The call came on the same day the Washington Post Editorial Board said starvation and hunger are being used as a weapon of war against civilians in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and the immediate United States action is crucial.
The United States and the European Union need to act fast, people are dying of hunger in this part of the world, if there is a time of being humane, the time is now
Developing Tension: President Biden is losing patience with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali
“This humanitarian catastrophe, which U.N. officials say could rival the epic Ethiopian famine of 1984 if not arrested, is a deliberate result of the military campaign waged in Tigray since late last year by the government of Abiy Ahmed and the allied Eritrean regime of Isaias Afwerki,” said the Washington Post.
The Washington Post joins many prominent countries and international organizations, including the United States, the European Union, and the United Nations, in exposing the deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia.
While calling on the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments to cooperate with humanitarian efforts to reach the region and save the country from unexpected complete ends
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