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Last Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy issued a warning to the West that Russian President Vladimir Putin's "real goal" is to push deeper into Europe and that the only way to stop him is for North Atlantic Treaty Organization nations to keep supplying tactical support to Ukraine.

Zelenskyy believes that Putin, whom Zelenskyy revealed earlier this month controls 20 percent of Ukraine, is eyeing invasions of Eastern European countries, including some that belong to NATO.

“Next year could be a worse situation [for] not only Ukraine but also several other states, possibly members of the alliance… under fire from Russia," Zelenskyy said. “The question is—who is next? Moldova? Or the Baltic countries? Or Poland? The answer is—all of them.”

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Zelenskyy added that "the Russian army… it does not want to stop in Donbas or somewhere in the south of Ukraine. It wants to absorb city after city, all of us, and then all in Europe, whom the Russian leadership considers its property, not independent states. This is Russia's real goal.”

Over the weekend, propagandists on Russian state television discussed what Moscow has in store as battles of attrition become the norm in Ukraine.

The panel threatened to weaponize hunger to prolong the conflict.

"Thanks to the idiocy of NATO countries, the world can anticipate hunger and a big war. Right comrade?" Russia 1 host Vladimir Solovyov asked panelist Leonid Kalashnikov, a Duma lawmaker.

"I wouldn't want it to come to big war. But I started to realize a few years ago and now it's becoming more and more clear that the West for us is lost for a long time, economically, among other things," Kalashnikov responded. "Some here seem to be harboring illusions, like some of our remaining elites, that perhaps everything will get resolved. No. It won't get resolved for years to come."

Kalashnikov suggested that Russia should launch new "special military operations" to defend itself against "dangers," despite Russia being the aggressor in Ukraine.

"Many think that demilitarization is limited to us destroying their strongholds and then the West will deliver more weapons. Of course, we're not idiots. We understand that this will also have to be dealt with. Last time here, I mentioned Israel as an example. What do you do when your country is in danger?" he said. 'We'll have to deal with those dangers by conducting special military operations."

Solovyov advocated for the annihilation of all "civilian infrastructure" in Ukraine, mirroring previous calls for committing outright genocide.

"If they say they will be delivering [weapons] then we have to stop being so classy and use other types of weapons and destroy the entire system of potential delivery, meaning bridges, railways, roads, airfields. Not in the way that they could easily be restored, but hit them so that the craters are such a size that attempting to bring anything in is unbearable. They're using roads to bring stuff, so we need to be regularly striking roads so they can't use trucks for transport," he said. "That means Ukraine is being signed up to have all of its civilian infrastructure destroyed."

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Duma member Andrei Gurulyov agreed, complaining that "all of Ukraine still has electricity. It has water, electricity, the internet, and TV. I assure you, we don't have to strike power plants. We need to hit distribution networks. That can very well stop all of Ukraine and they'll have no means to deliver anything. It will all be useless."

Referring to NATO, Gurulyov said, "right now, they're delivering MLRS, howitzers, they'll deliver anything there, up to a nuclear bomb, just to not let us win. Next, they'll send planes, anti-aircraft systems, then anti-missile systems and so on and so forth. They will not calm down."

He said that "all of this is complicated by the fact that current Western cities ruling the world are on the level of a sewer with those friends we just watched on the screen. It's hard to predict anything with respect to Ukraine. We should be ready for any turn of events."

Gurulyov then cited a "colleague" saying that to accomplish "denazification and demilitarization, we don't have to take all of Ukraine."

Solovyov interrupted with, "it shouldn't be limited to Ukraine."

Gurulyov called that "a pleasure to hear" and then recommended placing hypersonic missiles within striking range of the United States in order to usher in a third world war.

"Any détente happens after a good crisis, like détente that followed the Cuban Missile Crisis. Why? Because during the Cuban Missile Crisis, there was a direct threat to the territory of the US to which they had no immediate response. We should create similar circumstances," he said.

Gurulyov grumbled that "since the US is behind all this, and others are on their leash, we're ahead of everyone with hypersonic weapons. Our hypersonic weapons should be not only aboard traditional carriers but brought near to the vicinity of the United States with a flight time of five minutes maximum."

President Joe Biden, whom Gurulyov mocked, "will keep sitting there and stuttering but the rest will think about how to negotiate. That is the only scenario for us to be able to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. Only a direct threat to the US and the UK – you know how much I love them – will force all of them to the negotiating table where everyone can maintain their interests."

Gurulyov added that "analyzing all threats that are present is the basis for our future decisions and actions when some say, 'we ceded here or there.' First of all, in any war, you can't always keep winning, sometimes there might be defeats. Secondly, all of this is part of a greater plan of conducting not only a special operation but World War III, or for us, the second Great Patriotic War. For us, this is the second Great Patriotic War to defeat fascism. For us, this is the second Great Patriotic War. Today, just wish us victory and success and seriously think through the plans of how we can painlessly get to the next crisis that will be our ticket to the future."

Ministry of Defense propagandist Nadana Fridriksson of Zvezda concluded that "those countries in the post-Soviet space that decided to play with Westernness, neutrality, they should understand that they're next. Sooner or later, the Ukrainian campaign will conclude. After Ukraine, another country's turn will come."

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    KHLOE Kardashian has a trusted nanny for her kids named Andreza Cooper.

    The nanny takes care of her daughter, True, and her newborn son but fans have ripped the star for not "spending enough time" with the baby.

    5Andreza Cooper is the nanny to True Thompson and Khloe's newborn sonCredit: Instagram/Andreza Cooper 5The nanny gets to accompany Khloe to premieres and other eventsCredit: Instagram/andreza.cooper

    Andreza Cooper is a 37-year-old Brazilian native.

    Before working as a babysitter, she started out as a "newborn care specialist," according to an interview she did with Papo de Mae.

    Andreza also revealed that she has worked for other notable stars including standup comic Kevin Hart and actress Jordana Brewster.

    According to SparkChronicles, the 37-year-old moved out of Brazil at the age of 14 to Portugal, where she stayed until she was 25.

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    She studied fashion there and moved to America in 2010 with her sister.

    It was then that Andreza started working as a nanny full-time and realized she liked the profession.

    “I loved it right away. It was something that only happened sporadically when the couple went out alone, so it was very peaceful," the nanny said in an interview with Elas Que Lucram.

    While the 37-year-old does serve as a nanny to Khloe and her kids, her main job is supporting the family during the first months after the baby’s arrival and taking care of their needs such as room preparation, breastfeeding, and the routine of the child’s sleep.

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    In regard to True, Andreza said: "As we travel a lot internationally, I also monitor her sleep, because there are a lot of time zones, so, to change, I always travel with her when she is international.

    "If it's just three days, I keep Los Angeles time, if it's more than three days, local time is a little late."

    Andreza posts many pictures with Khloe and True on Instagram and has slowly become part of their family.

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    Andreza also makes adorable posts for True and Khloe when their birthdays roll around, so it is no surprise that the Hulu star returns the favor every year.

    The nanny turned 37 back in May and Khloe threw her a surprise bash.

    The reality TV star shared many Instagram stories of the decorations, which featured a bunch of pink balloons, gifts, selfies, and the celebration itself.

    The breakfast table consisted of plates with sugar-powdered waffles, strawberries, and cereal. 

    Andreza captioned the post: "And that's how I started my day. Someone very special made me breakfast," referencing True who smiled at the camera.

    In the next Story, the four-year-old had her hand on top of the large fruit salad, which included grapes, oranges, blueberries, and peaches. 

    The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum pouted her lips at the camera as she posed with her daughter and nanny. 

    The trio took another photo together as they shared their "happy" faces.  

    The Good American founder also brought in presents, which included a gift from Bottega Veneta for the birthday girl. 

    Andreza re-shared a sweet video from Khloe's Stories.

    During the throwback video, the nanny held a "tiny" True in her arms as they celebrated her previous birthday. 

    TAKING OFF

    Then in July of this year, Andreza accompanied Khloe on her sister, Kylie Jenner's private jet, for her 38th birthday.

    Before stepping onto the jet, Andreza posed with Khloe and True in front of a wall of pink balloons. 

    The women both wore black outfits and sunglasses and drank mimosas while on the jet.

    Andreza also took a snapshot of a small plate with avocado toast.

    The camera filmed the interior of the jet, which had even more balloons to commemorate Khloe's birthday. 

    The nanny goes with them on many trips and even attends premieres with the star sometimes.

    FORMAL EVENTS

    In February, The Kardashians star shared a snapshot of herself with her long-time nannies, Andreza and Monica Longanbach.

    The trio smiled at the camera while wearing their best formal attire.

    The group had gone to an event that supported friend Alexa Okyle, who is also the Director of Operations for the family business, Kardashian-Jenner Communications.

    GETTING REAL!

    Andreza has blessed fans with unedited pictures of the mother-of-two in the past.

    During a vacation this past June, Khloe celebrated her birthday once again by going paddleboarding with True and Andreza.

    The nanny posted an unaltered swimsuit snap of them to her Instagram to wish Khloe a happy birthday and fans were shocked.

    In the pic, she stood on a paddleboard with the mother and daughter sitting at the foot of the board.

    The trio was out at sea with only the clear blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean surrounding them.

    True's 37-year-old caretaker appeared to be steering the board with an oar, while Khloe used the opportunity for a photo opp.

    Khloe looked natural donning a one-piece black swimsuit, wide-brimmed hat, and sunglasses as she straddled the board.

    She held her toned arms straight out to the side while smiling at the camera in the distance.

    Andreza gushed over her boss in the caption: "Miss Khloé, Venus, tall baby!!!! It’s your birthday and I’m so happy to celebrate your life with you. You deserve just the BEST in this world, so don’t accept less than that! I wish you true smiles, tickle-belly-laughs, and TONS of love."

    Khloe responded with nothing but gratitude, replying: "My shesha!!!! My beautiful shesha!!! Thank you for everything!! You are the best!!!"

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    Even though her kids enjoy spending time with Andreza and Khloe's busy schedule, Kardashian fans have slammed the mother for not spending enough time with her newborn son.

    Khloe welcomed her second child- a boy via surrogate- earlier this month with her ex-baby daddy, Tristan Thompson.

    Despite Khloe desperately wanting a sibling for True, fans picked up on a few clues that she is not at home with the baby as often as she should be.

    Days after reports surfaced that Khloe's son had been born, she was seen out in Malibu sporting a sexy black dress.

    Fans flocked to Reddit to react, attacking her for neglecting her parenting duties.

    One particularly harsh critic commented on the thread, "Like, the baby is ~5 days old and she's caught dressed up in a 'tight black dress' for a night out," while others noted "clues" they believe gave way to an odd theory.

    Some Reddit users speculated that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum may not actually be raising her own baby.

    According to one Reddit user's outrageous theory: "The baby was just taken out of a woman that was essentially rented for nine months and when placed with his genetic mom was immediately ditched for a dinner outing and is a clear clue to him that he will be partially raised by a nanny for his entire life."

    They went on: "He's basically a part-time responsibility for Khloe and I'm not saying that to be mean, because that's just how kids are when you're that rich. It goes for all of the sisters.

    "The only thing that gives me a small bit of hope is the good things I've heard in regards to how Khloe treats True's nanny and how involved she seems to be compared to Kim and Kourtney."

    The Reddit user added: "He certainly won't be raised by Tristan, either, at least not in a fair way.

    "Because giving all of your attention to 3/4 kids makes you an unfair parent even to the three you are involved with by nature of showing favorites and them having to find a different way to meet Theo."

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    Khloe and Tristan's son was conceived just days before his cheating scandal broke out.

    She is not the only Kardashian to have her children raised by nannies though, as all of the daughters do.

    5Andreza celebrated True's birthday with an adorable picture of her dressed upCredit: Instagram/Andreza Cooper 5The nanny got to fly on Kylie Jenner's private jet for Khloe's birthday celebrationCredit: Instagram/Andreza Cooper 5Andreza loves sharing selfies of the Hulu star and herself on her social mediaCredit: Instagram/@andreza.cooper

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