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Ukraine: What the Corporate Press Refuses to Say

Ukraine has been part of Russia for centuries.

The New York Times on Ukraine: Vietnam Déjà Vu

It may be, as some allege, that the NYT has never met a war it did not want to get the U.S. involved in – or, once in, to escalate. However true that may be, I still cannot figure out why – why again.

The Referenda In Ukraine: A Historical Context

The Ukrainian War of Independence was a series of conflicts involving many adversaries that lasted from 1917 to 1921 and resulted in the establishment and development of a Ukrainian republic, most of which was later absorbed into the Soviet Union as the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic of 1922–1991.

UKRAINE WAR: Daily Actions and Analysis from Clandestine Cuban...

Somebody wake this guy up, his degree of insanity is harmful to the Ukrainian population. 

PUTIN SPEECH: On Expanding the War, “This is not a...

Putin speaks his nation and the world. This is quite serious

Brainwashed for War With Russia

Most Americans are just as taken in by the media as they were 20 years ago, when they were told there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. They simply took it on faith. Nor did the guilty media express remorse – or a modicum of embarrassment.

Putin: Lessons From Childhood

Despite the repeated promises of the US, Germany, the UK and NATO that NATO would not move further east, NATO kept moving east. NATO kept encroaching, moving closer and closer to a Russia that had been explicitly left out of the European Union and now saw the US led military alliance devouring territory as it moved right up to its borders. Russia was being cornered.

Russia Presents Evidence of US Ukraine-Based Military-Biological Activity to Geneva Convention

VT's Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio reports Russian military found bio laboratories in Ukraine

Ukrainian Nationalists: The Ideology of the Banderists

by Thierry Meyssan If Stepan Bandera was an agent of the Gestapo and left only the memory (positive for some) of the massacres and tortures...

UKRAINE WAR UPDATE: Is Russia or Ukraine Winning?

Reports from the Fog: Cuban Military analyst on Ukraine and Donbas

Russia Warns Longer-Range US Weapons for Ukraine Would Cross a ‘Red...

The Russian Foreign Ministry warned the US against providing Ukraine with longer-range missiles, saying that doing so would cross a “red line” and make Washington a “party to the conflict.”

Ukraine admits killing civilians

The government in Kiev was behind the deadly shelling in Kherson and organizing the murder of two pro-Russian civilian officials in Berdyansk on Friday, Mikhail Podoliak, an aide to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, confirmed in an interview.

Europe, More Than Putin, Must Shoulder the Blame for the Energy...

Europe’s arrogant, self-righteous posturing over Russian gas supplies, divorced from any discernible geopolitical reality, reflects precisely the same foolhardy mindset that helped provoke Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in the first place.

VITAL! The Italian Boss of Obama’s Coronavirus. Ukraine Laboratories Funded by...


Cuban Military Analysis on the Ukrainian War

Jack Heart Reports from the Fog and asks questions about the Ukraine War

Poking the Russian Bear

Have I missed something, or is our Government investing £billions of our money in a belligerent campaign against the world's largest country -- and in the process putting us all in harm's way -- without even a vote in Parliament?

Descendant of Ukrainian nazi collaborator mooted for NATO top job

The politician has paid tribute to Chomiak's legacy, despite knowing that he "was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper in occupied Poland that vilified Jews during the Second World War," according to the Globe and Mail newspaper.

How the West Brought War to Ukraine

It is rather that American policy makers have gone too far, and in doing so disregarded a fundamental fact; viz., that a friendly Ukraine is not a vital national interest for the United States, but it is one for Russia.

Dancing with the Politicians

Zelensky has reacted to criticism by shutting down opposition parties and media, assassinating dissident politicians and firing or imprisoning any other official who might be inclined to disagree with him.

How the War Is Choreographing Russia’s New Stance

Russia will turn toward the East and reinforce its relationships with China, India and other non-European nations who are unaligned with the US or who line up with a multipolar world not locked to American hegemony.

Russo-Ukrainian War (9)

The Ukrainian counter-offensive against in the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions appears to have stalled, with heavy casualties.

Europe’s Coming Winter From Hell: Thanks for Your Sanctions War, Washington!

The fact is, Europe’s industrial sector is natural gas driven, exposing it to a devastating cost-price crunch owing to the region’s suicidal sanctions on Russia and the resulting collapse of Russian pipeline gas supplies.

The Intel Drop – Ukie Losses in Kherson Drive ‘Staggering’

“On September 2, on the territory of Transcarpathia, we will honor the memory of heroes who died in the line of duty, fighting the Russian aggressor."

Joe Biden’s Demand of ‘Unconditional Surrender’ to Russia Will Fail

The price of gratuitous self-righteousness is always high. Moscow will never again allow Washington and its allies to transform Eastern Ukraine into a launching pad for offensive military operations against Russia proper. Washington’s distorted view of the world and the realities of twenty-first century warfare will not alter Russia’s control of Eastern Ukraine.

More Billions to Ukraine as America Falls Apart

The State Department and CIA thought it was a great victory to overthrow the elected government, but meanwhile the rest of us get the bill. No NATO and not one more penny for Ukraine!

How Darya Dugina died and what it means for Russia

The attack immediately became a matter of national importance. Leaders of political parties and top Russian officials attended her funeral, while the president posthumously decorated her with a state award.

The Dugina Assassination and the Zio-Anglo-American Empire’s Descent Into Hell

On the military front, the Russian victories at Popasnaya and Mariupol have led to fall of the Lisichansk-Severodonetsk salient. The Allied Forces of Russia, the DPR and LPR militias, the Wagner Group, and Ramzan Kadyrov’s Chechens, continue to chip away at Ukranian positions in Donetsk City and Soledar-Bakhmut.

What Did the West Promise Russia on NATO Expansion?

The clarity of the documentary record is still relevant today because it indicates that when Russia talks of a final red line at NATO expansion into Ukraine and right up to Russia’s border and of Western promises that neither NATO jurisdiction nor forces would expand beyond Germany’s borders, they are not engaging in historical revisionism as the West accuses but are expressing real existential fears and expressing legitimate expectations that the West will keep the promises they made in exchange for Russia keeping the promise it made in those 1990 and 1991 negotiations.

Attack with Car Bomb to “Putin’s Ideologist” Dugin: the Daughter Darya...

A car driven by the daughter of "Putin's ideologist" Aleksandr Dugin, Darya, exploded near the village of Velyki Vyazomi, on the outskirts of Moscow.

The West is hiding behind Vladimir Putin to advance its own...

Talk here in Europe has recently turned to energy rationing. The pretext? National security, or the need to stick it to Russian President Vladimir Putin. It’s absolute nonsense and a “crisis” entirely of their own making — contrary to what they want us to believe.

Putin lashes out at West’s ‘vanishing’ hegemony, outlines Russia’s goals

It is necessary to "restore respect to international law, and to its fundamental norms and principles."

Putin first, populists next – who else will Western leaders blame...

At the outset of the Ukraine conflict, Western officials proclaimed their unity against Moscow and vowed to accelerate their transition away from Russian fossil fuels and towards greener energy.

West can end fighting in Ukraine tomorrow – Roger Waters

I have a dog in the race. My father died in Italy fighting the Third Reich,” he added.

Most of the “fact-checking” organizations Facebook uses in Ukraine are directly...

In light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, an information war as bitter as the ground fighting has erupted, and Meta (Facebook’s official name) announced it had partnered with nine organizations to help it sort fact from fiction for Ukrainian, Russian and other Eastern European users. These nine organizations are: StopFake, VoxCheck, Fact Check Georgia, Demagog, Myth Detector, Lead Stories, Patikrinta 15min, Re:Baltica and Delfi.

Ukraine struggles to find money to pay troops

With around 60% of the budget being spent on the fighting, the minister said he has had to cut all unnecessary expenditures. But it’s still not enough, as tax revenues only cover 40% of government spending, the WSJ reports.

Ukraine: How the West Was Lost

Then quite abruptly around 2017 Britain designated Russia as an enemy nation, and the powerful fake-poisoning narratives with Russian guilt (Skripal, Navalny) served to demonise Russia ; plus the MH-17 shootdown story on 2014 contrived to be blamed on Russia.

As the tide turns in Ukraine, is the US preparing to...

As it becomes evident the war has been lost, someone will have to take the fall, and it appears that Washington is preparing to throw the leader in Kiev to the wolves.

Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, and the Global Culture War

There are two major reasons that war has come to eastern Europe, and they have very little to do with Ukraine or the horrible sufferings of the Ukrainian population.

US to Send Ukraine $5.5 Billion in New Budgetary, Military Aid

What can the average American do with $5.5 billion? Can we support struggling schools? Can we rebuild infrastructures? Can we give health insurance to families that are struggling to make ends meet?

The West Silent as Ukraine Targets Civilians in Donetsk using Banned...

Pro-Ukrainian commentators are, unsurprisingly, blaming Russia. Journalists claiming to care about civilians are perpetuating Ukrainian propaganda saying that Moscow’s forces are scattering the mines over civilian areas, never mind the fact that these territories are controlled by Russia’s allies.