24 May 2022

Sussman Trial: Mook Outs Clinton as “Russiagate” Shot-Caller

“The trial of former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann crossed a critical threshold Friday (May 20),” Jonathan Turley writes at The Hill, “when a key witness uttered the name ‘Hillary Clinton’ in conjunction with a plan to spread the false Alfa Bank Russian collusion claim before the 2016 presidential election.” The witness: Robby Mook, who managed … Continue reading Sussman Trial: Mook Outs Clinton as “Russiagate” Shot-Caller → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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22 May 2022

Politics: The Real Meaning of the Word “Prompt”

“Failed gun legislation is the norm,” reads the headline at Axios, “after mass shootings like Buffalo tragedy.” Further down in the story, we read that an October 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas “prompted fresh calls from lawmakers on both sides to pass gun control legislation.” Also relating to the Buffalo shooting, the Sunbury, Pennsylvania Daily … Continue reading Politics: The Real Meaning of the Word “Prompt” → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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20 May 2022

The DWP is about to become a corporate fascist regime

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will have new powers like the police. The government will allow it to arrest claimants and issue … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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19 May 2022

Think Words Aren’t Magic? Think Again.

“Word choices by politicians and activists matter,” writes Matt Yglesias. “[S]wing voters tend to self-identify as moderate, and as a result, people who want to win should try to portray their ideas as moderate, common-sense reforms rather than sweeping vehicles for change. At the same time, words are not magic.” I disagree, but context matters. … Continue reading Think Words Aren’t Magic? Think Again. → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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17 May 2022

Israeli forces just attacked another Palestinian funeral

The occupying Israeli forces have attacked another Palestinian funeral, just days after violating the funeral of a journalist they killed. Israeli forces: violating funerals … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Suppressing Insane Ideas Doesn’t Stop Insane Conduct

Why did Payton Gendron (allegedly, but he live-streamed it, so it’s not like there’s much doubt) murder ten people at a Buffalo, New York grocery store on May 14? The pat, and at least partially correct, answer, is that Gendron subscribes to something called the “Great Replacement” theory.  That’s mostly what we hear about in … Continue reading Suppressing Insane Ideas Doesn’t Stop Insane Conduct → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 3

The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 3 By Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai It is a fact that ‘The Kashmir Files’ presents a wholly false picture of the situation in Kashmir. The agenda of ‘The Kashmir Files’ is to... Read More › - Voice of East
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15 May 2022

Crime Begets Crime, ICE Edition

On May 10, Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology released a report — “American Dragnet: Data-Driven Deportation in the 21st Century” —  which you should find disturbing but shouldn’t find surprising. The part you should find disturbing: “ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement]  has created a surveillance infrastructure that enables it to pull detailed dossiers … Continue reading Crime Begets Crime, ICE Edition → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Pakistan-backed US Military Factor: Everything Is Getting Messy Again In Afghanistan

Pakistan-backed US Military Factor: Everything Is Getting Messy Again In Afghanistan By Andrew Korybko Afghanistan’s internal insecurity, border tensions, and the potentially Pakistani-backed US military factor are combining to create yet another storm in the New Cold War that threatens to... Read More › - Voice of East
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13 May 2022

Boris Johnson sacking civil servants will save 0.4% of the government’s budget

Boris Johnson has said he’s ordered civil service bosses to sack 90,000 members of staff, according to reports in the corporate media. The reason? … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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12 May 2022

The War in Ukraine Highlights Two Empires in Decline

Nearly three months into the war Ukraine, events up-ended quite a few assumptions by quite a few people. I count myself in that crowd. I didn’t expect Vladimir Putin to order the invasion. When he did, I expected it to go the way of the 2008 Russo-Georgian War — a quick rout of Ukrainian forces, … Continue reading The War in Ukraine Highlights Two Empires in Decline → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Australia has gone woke. ‘Mateship’ is on the brink of being banned.

Just picture an Australian culture where ‘She’ll be right, mate’ and G’day, mate’ are outlawed, banned,  possibly even illegal with hefty fines. - Aral Bereux
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11 May 2022

The DWP is facing an inquiry into disability assessments

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is currently the subject of an inquiry. It is about the department’s controversial health and disability assessments. … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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“Privacy”: Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

On May 9, The Hill reports, the US Senate passed — with unanimous consent! — a bill to “formally allow the Supreme Court of the United States Police to provide around-the-clock protection to [the justices’] family members, in line with the security some executive and congressional officials get.” While sponsor John Cornyn (R-TX) justified the … Continue reading “Privacy”: Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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10 May 2022

Ban the word Mate and you’ll have a world of pain from me, mate!

. . . now they’re apparently trying to ban the word 'mate’ in Australia because it’s not inclusive? W.T.F, mate, W.T.F. - Aral Bereux
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9 May 2022

President Putin’s Victory Day Speech Comprehensively Explained Ukraine Conflict

President Putin’s Victory Day Speech Comprehensively Explained Ukraine Conflict By Andrew Korybko From the times of ancient Kievan Rus to World War II and into the present day, Donbass has always been an indispensable part of Russia’s historical identity. Russian President... Read More › - Voice of East
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Monthly Review, Mon, 09 May 2022 12:37:15

Today, our choice of book is Kevin Carson’s “Studies in Mutualist Political Economy” (https://t.co/2FZ1nWu6zK). Studies in Mutualist Political Economy is an intriguing non-fiction work, so if we’re going to give it the recognition it needs, we’re incuding it on our lists. In this case, we discovered ideas that are absolutely eye-opening in their understanding of the world. Before you’re done, you should appreciate how politics readers reacted. In the words of one reader, “Kevin Carson refuses to pull punches against those whose political philosophies are inconsistent, whether they are on the left or right, radical or mainstream. His piercing criticism of those with less consistent positions, within the framework of a political ideology which is, by all accounts, a sort of "in-between” for modern libertarianism and classical socialism, is quite fantastic. The accounts of primitive accumulation and debunking of “lasseiz-faire” myths are exquisite. I recommend this book to anyone with an interest in politics, an ability to think critically, and an open mind.“ If you read this post, you might as well go the whole way and search for your own copy. If not, keep track of what’s next by using the email subscription option right at our website.
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8 May 2022

Imran Khan Has A Solid Point About India Buying Russian Oil Despite Its Ties With The US

Imran Khan Has A Solid Point About India Buying Russian Oil Despite Its Ties With The US By Andrew Korybko Relations with Russia were largely an abstract concept for those in Pakistan who were even aware of how rapidly ties had... Read More › - Voice of East
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7 May 2022

Abortion: Out of the Political Trap

Whether or not Roe v. Wade is overturned, it will be headed the way of the Kansas-Nebraska Act. The Supreme Court decision establishing a broad decriminalization of abortion throughout the United States has been unusually resilient for such a contentious subject. For nearly half a century, the verdict seemed as settled as any could be … Continue reading Abortion: Out of the Political Trap → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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6 May 2022

The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 2

The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 2 By Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai Tobeya Ibitayo, writer and columnist of St. Louis Magazine’s Culture newsletter, USA asked internationally known Indian scholar, Arundhati Roy on April 22, 2022, about ‘The Kashmir... Read More › - Voice of East
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5 May 2022

“Democracy” Doesn’t Work as an Argument Against Overturning Roe v. Wade

In the wake of a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion which, if it represents a final vote, would overturn Roe v. Wade, pro-choice advocates are marshaling their best — and worst — arguments against removing that ruling’s protections for abortion. As always, I’ll refrain from sharing my own opinions on abortion as such. I’m not … Continue reading “Democracy” Doesn’t Work as an Argument Against Overturning Roe v. Wade → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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4 May 2022

Israel’s Support Of Neo-Nazis In Kiev Confirms The Veracity Of Lavrov’s Worldview

Israel’s Support Of Neo-Nazis In Kiev Confirms The Veracity Of Lavrov’s Worldview By Andrew Korybko This collection of facts ranging from those connected to Jewish complicity in the Holocaust to Israel’s political support of Neo-Nazis in Kiev confirms the veracity of... Read More › - Voice of East
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George Eustice was great on breakfast TV – if you’re the Tories

The government wheeled-out minister George Eustice to do the breakfast TV rounds on Wednesday 4 May – and his appearances underscored the class war … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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3 May 2022

The Draft Opinion Leak Isn’t the Real Supreme Court Scandal

On May 2, Politico hit America with a bombshell scoop: A leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning the last 50 years of federal jurisprudence on abortion, discarding Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and returning the matter to the states. Predictable responses ensued: Outrage from pro-choice activists who want Roe left intact, and outrage … Continue reading The Draft Opinion Leak Isn’t the Real Supreme Court Scandal → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Daily Mail hits top tier sh*trag status twice in one story

The Canary is no fan of Keir Starmer’s Labour Party. But we’re even less of a fan of the Daily Mail. So, when it … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Trigger Warning

Originally posted on The Watchers Series: INTRODUCTION In 1762, a man by the name of Jean Jacques witnessed the publication of one of the most influential books on political philosophy ever written. It was his book. Written in a time of political angst and religious turmoil; and already fresh in exile, (rejecting an offer to… - Aral Bereux
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2 May 2022

Free Chapters of The Watchers: A Dystopian Thriller

(By Aral Bereux) Although Julianna Rae’s story recalls a fictional time when the One World Order grasps the United States of America in its stranglehold, events and new technology development are based on current times. Electronic tattoos, RFID chips, hostile drones and the Social Credit System are all insidious certainties threatening our innate rights as... Read More - Aral Bereux
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29 April 2022

The Guardian just protected the DWP over cancer patients’ hardship

Cancer patients are struggling to eat and heat their homes. That’s what a charity found when it surveyed 2,000 people living with the disease. … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Twitter Shouldn’t Tolerate Mainstream Media Journalists Glorifying Terrorism

Twitter Shouldn’t Tolerate Mainstream Media Journalists Glorifying Terrorism By Andrew Korybko Siddiqui is a perfect example of what the US-led West truly thinks about terrorists in Pakistan. While their governments sometimes talk tough about them for political reasons, they secretly support... Read More › - Voice of East
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28 April 2022

Note to Biden Administration: Election Years Are Particularly Bad Times to Call Black Voters Stupid

A year ago, the Washington Post reported that the Biden administration was poised to propose a ban on menthol cigarettes. On April 28 the US Food and Drug Administration (supposedly an independent agency, but clearly operating per Joe Biden’s “suggestions”) finally announced its plan to move forward with the ban, which also includes cigars. Now, … Continue reading Note to Biden Administration: Election Years Are Particularly Bad Times to Call Black Voters Stupid → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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27 April 2022

The BLA’s Anti-Chinese Terrorist Attack Is A Failed Attempt To Hold Balochistan Back

The BLA’s Anti-Chinese Terrorist Attack Is A Failed Attempt To Hold Balochistan Back By Andrew Korybko The objective socio-economic interests of the Baloch people are inextricably connected with their government’s Chinese-backed plans to comprehensively develop this de facto feudalist province, not... Read More › - Voice of East
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Class war from the Tories just went up a gear

We’re currently in the midst of a class war in the UK. However, if you’re the political and media class, it’s a “cost of … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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26 April 2022

Can Elon Musk Save Twitter?

Mere days after my column explaining why Elon Musk shouldn’t buy Twitter, Elon Musk bought Twitter  — sort of. His offer’s been accepted, but there’s likely a good deal of red tape to get over before he hands over the cash and the current board hands over the keys. Given his continually adversarial relationship with … Continue reading Can Elon Musk Save Twitter? → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 1

The Kashmir Files: Myth Or Reality? – Part 1 By Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai ‘Early reviews in the Indian media had found the film deeply Islamophobic, dishonest, and a provocation.’ Sanjay Kak, Kashmiri Pandit filmmaker and writer  This movie feeds... Read More › - Voice of East
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23 April 2022

It’s Fifth Generation Warfare To Describe Imran Khan As Fascist

It’s Fifth Generation Warfare To Describe Imran Khan As Fascist By Andrew Korybko Many Pakistanis feel that something is very wrong with incumbent Prime Minister Sharif’s description of his predecessor’s government as a “fascist regime” but can’t quite put their finger... Read More › - Voice of East
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22 April 2022

The DWP is still ‘penalising’ terminally ill people

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has recently changed its rules around social security claims for terminally ill people. The new rules apply … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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21 April 2022

Why Elon Musk Shouldn’t Buy Twitter

When Elon Musk bought the single largest stake in Twitter, then announced plans to acquire the whole company instead of just accepting a seat on its board, the response varied: Hosannas from many on the “right” who feel like they don’t get a fair shake from Twitter’s moderation/ban policies. Wails of anguish from many on … Continue reading Why Elon Musk Shouldn’t Buy Twitter → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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20 April 2022

Julian Assange’s fate is now with the UK government

A UK court has issued an extradition order to the US for Julian Assange. It will now be sent to UK home secretary Priti … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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19 April 2022

Boris Johnson’s 1,000 days in power: who cares?

The corporate media was awash with column inches on Tuesday 19 April, discussing Boris Johnson’s 1,000 days as Prime Minister. But the more crucial … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Student Loan Forgiveness: Don’t Confuse Policy With Politics

A mismatch between the title and sub-title to Matt Lewis’s April 18 column at The Daily Beast — “Canceling Student Loan Debt Only Leaves a Broken System in Place,” and “Democrats are delusional if they think student loan debt forgiveness is going to save them and Biden at the ballot box” — perfectly illustrates the fallacy … Continue reading Student Loan Forgiveness: Don’t Confuse Policy With Politics → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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18 April 2022

Pakistan’s Cross-Border Strikes Confirm Its Anti-Terrorist Commitment

Pakistan’s Cross-Border Strikes Confirm Its Anti-Terrorist Commitment By Andrew Korybko Whatever one might wonder about the new coalition authorities’ foreign policy, and a lot remains to be clarified such as their envisioned policy towards Russia after former Prime Minister Khan claimed... Read More › - Voice of East
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17 April 2022

The Ukrainian Proxy War Exposes The West’s Military-Industrial Limitations

The Ukrainian Proxy War Exposes The West’s Military-Industrial Limitations By Andrew Korybko It’s a matter of military fact that the Ukrainian proxy war, which saw more third-party military-technical assistance dispatched in a larger amount and in a shorter time to one... Read More › - Voice of East
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16 April 2022

Republicans Abandon America’s “Bi-Partisan” Infomercial Provider. Will We Get Real Debates Now?

On April 14, the Republican National Committee announced its withdrawal from the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has monopolized “major party” debates since 1988. The RNC, claiming bias on the CPD’s part in selecting moderators, pledged to “find newer, better debate platforms.” While the RNC’s reasons are self-serving, this may be the most encouraging development … Continue reading Republicans Abandon America’s “Bi-Partisan” Infomercial Provider. Will We Get Real Debates Now? → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Whose Security?

Insanity has often been defined as trying the same thing over and over and receiving the same result. Case in point, Ukraine was seeking NATO membership to bolster its security. This membership would have come at the expense of Russian security, as Russian president Vladimir Putin made clear. To thwart NATO’s (i.e., the US’s) hegemonic […] The post Whose Security? first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Kim Petersen
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15 April 2022

Abbott’s Border Antics: An Airtight Case for Under-Used and Over-Used Constitutional Clauses

“Economic fallout worsened Thursday,” the Washington Post reports,  “even as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) moved incrementally to roll back new inspection rules for commercial trucks entering from Mexico, with some companies saying they aren’t able to fulfill orders because trucks are stuck in multi-mile backups at a number of entry points.” For more than a … Continue reading Abbott’s Border Antics: An Airtight Case for Under-Used and Over-Used Constitutional Clauses → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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14 April 2022

The Ukrainian Conflict Just Turned From A US Proxy War With Russia To A Proxy War On Russia

The Ukrainian Conflict Just Turned From A US Proxy War With Russia To A Proxy War On Russia By Andrew Korybko The Ukrainian proxy war is much more dangerous than even the 1980s Afghan one was. The second-mentioned was also a... Read More › - Voice of East
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13 April 2022

Here are the nine rich white people paid £2.5m to control inflation

Inflation has hit 7%. That means the cost of everything you buy is now spiralling out of control. But guess what? There are rich … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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12 April 2022

Mariupol: Let’s Talk About “Chemical Weapons” Propaganda

As I write this, BBC reports that UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is “urgently” investigating reports of a chemical weapons attack in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol. The US Department of Defense finds the reports “deeply concerning.” Usually when the western governments start quacking about “chemical attacks,” it means they’re planning to take action of … Continue reading Mariupol: Let’s Talk About “Chemical Weapons” Propaganda → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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11 April 2022

What Does Standing up for Ukraine Signify When Sitting on One’s Derriere for Violence against Others?

The leaders of a bevy of NATO-aligned countries have appeared in a collage that reads “Stand up for Ukraine.” It comes across blatantly as propaganda cooked by a corporate PR firm as part of the information war being waged against Russia. My question to these upstanding, er … these people standing up, is: When have […] The post What Does Standing up for Ukraine Signify When Sitting on One’s Derriere for Violence against Others? first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Kim Petersen
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10 April 2022

War is the Crime. Its Perpetrators Seldom Face Justice.

“Genocide.” That’s the announced verdict of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy as images of hundreds of civilian dead — some with their hands bound, apparently executed — emerged from the city of Bucha following a withdrawal of Russian troops. “You may remember I got criticized for calling Putin a war criminal,” says US president Joe Biden. … Continue reading War is the Crime. Its Perpetrators Seldom Face Justice. → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Russia’s Spy Chief Exposed The US’ Plot To Impose The Davos World Order Onto The West

Russia’s Spy Chief Exposed The US’ Plot To Impose The Davos World Order Onto The West By Andrew Korybko Naryshkin’s article should be an eye-opener for those among the Western masses who end up becoming aware of it and especially those... Read More › - Voice of East
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7 April 2022

Ukraine’s Planned Emulation Of Israel Means That Russians In Ukraine Will Be Treated Like Palestinians

Ukraine’s Planned Emulation Of Israel Means That Russians In Ukraine Will Be Treated Like Palestinians By Andrew Korybko Every objective observer should be extremely concerned about Zelensky’s plan to transform Ukraine into a so-called “big Israel”. The human rights of that... Read More › - Voice of East
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6 April 2022

Attention! Deficit Disorder!

On March 28, US president Joe Biden unveiled his 2023 budget proposal. It totals $5.8 trillion, which would bring federal spending and deficits back below their pandemic-era heights (although not back to 2019 levels). Biden’s ask comes to nearly $18,000 for every man, woman, and child in America. Oddly, The Hill reports, the White House’s big … Continue reading Attention! Deficit Disorder! → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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5 April 2022

Sri Lanka Is The Latest Victim Of The US’ “South Asian Spring”

Sri Lanka Is The Latest Victim Of The US’ “South Asian Spring” By Andrew Korybko The Hybrid War modus operandi being employed by America is to prompt an economic crisis to cover up the preplanned regime change campaign that it’s launching... Read More › - Voice of East
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4 April 2022

The Canary needs you to help amplify marginalised people’s voices

At The Canary, we’ve been busy amplifying the voices of a new generation of young, working-class journalists. And now, we’re also doing the same … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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2 April 2022

Prime Minister Khan’s Patriotic Rally Proposal Is Democratic Security At Its Finest

Prime Minister Khan’s Patriotic Rally Proposal Is Democratic Security At Its Finest By Andrew Korybko This term refers to the wide range of counter-Hybrid War tactics and strategies such as Prime Minister Khan’s efforts to publicly expose this foreign regime change... Read More › - Voice of East
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1 April 2022

Time to call energy price rises what they really are: class war

1 April saw energy companies hike their prices by 54% while the government stood by and watched. However, a think tank’s analysis has helped … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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31 March 2022

The Ghost of the Mother of Trusts

The 94th Academy Awards ceremony on March 27 saw misunderstanding erupt into an acrimonious conflict: The battle of the ghosts of Reitman, Reagan, Ramis, and Roosevelt. Bill Murray paid tribute to the memory of Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, while the Academy also marked the 15th anniversary of Jason Reitman’s Juno. The junior Reitman recently directed … Continue reading The Ghost of the Mother of Trusts → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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30 March 2022

Boris Johnson just lied about child poverty again at PMQs

Boris Johnson has once again used Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) to lie about child poverty figures. Good timing, though – #BorisTheLiar had already been … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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29 March 2022

A disabled person’s furious response to the cost of living crisis points to a bigger issue

A disabled person has launched a furious response to the government. It’s over the so-called ‘cost of living crisis’. But her anger points to … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Family Matters Frustrate Attempts to Enforce Political Ethics

Supreme Court associate justice Clarence Thomas “faces growing ethics questions,” The Hill‘s John Kruzel reports, “after recent reports of his wife’s aggressive effort to overturn former President Trump’s electoral defeat and participation in the Jan. 6 ‘Stop the Steal’ rally have renewed scrutiny of the justice’s refusal to step aside from related disputes that have … Continue reading Family Matters Frustrate Attempts to Enforce Political Ethics → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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28 March 2022

Kiev’s War Crimes Against Russian POWs Discredit The US-Led West’s Cause

Kiev’s War Crimes Against Russian POWs Discredit The US-Led West’s Cause By Andrew Korybko There’s no doubt that their MSM will suppress this incident and then shamelessly spin it however they think is necessary in order to downplay what happened and... Read More › - Voice of East
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A Comparison of Who the New York Times Deems Worthy and Unworthy of Propping up

The New York Times continues to selectively promote news that fits the Establishment narrative. The NYT portrays the nine-year sentence of the Russian “opposition leader” Aleksei Navalny to a high-security prison as a travesty of justice. Was it unjust? If so, justice must be demanded. What I can comment on is a factual inaccuracy by the […] The post A Comparison of Who the New York Times Deems Worthy and Unworthy of Propping up first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Kim Petersen
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27 March 2022

Pakistan opposition colludes with West in regime change effort

The United States, United Kingdom and European Union are pushing for regime change in Islamabad at this time.

Western governments are bribing and weaponizing corrupt opposition figures against the government of PM Imran Khan, to oust him in the current no-confidence vote.

Representatives of the US, UK and EU have openly met with opposition figures willing to collude with them and make the country subservient to the West.

Opposition figures representing foreign interests

From what the Pakistani government has said, Western agents are successfully bringing in what the British and later the CIA called "King George's cavalry" - suitcases of cash - to bribe politicians willing to betray their country. Evidence of such funding, which has gone to various members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, is set to be provided soon by the government.

The current confrontation over the no-confidence vote represents a clash between the patriotic government of the PTI and the corrupt PPP and PMLN, whose only desire is to return to power even at the cost of their country's sovereignty.

West is seeking foreign policy compliance

Western interference seems to originate from dissatisfaction in the US government at Imran Khan's refusal to accommodate US military strike bases on his country's territory, with the corrupt opposition elements particularly complaining about this. Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif has openly said that "Imran Khan should not have said 'Absolutely Not' to the US". Another area of dissatisfaction may be the government's refusal to side with EU countries in their condemnations of Russian military action in Ukraine (although this position is no different than any of Pakistan's neighbours, the West seemed to focus on Pakistan).

It seems that disloyal and corrupt opposition figures are signalling to their Western masters that they will unquestioningly obey, even at the cost of their own nation’s interests.

An ongoing rally in Islamabad has shown the significant support for Imran Khan within Pakistan, and he has remained confident that the people are on his side. In the view of many patriotic Pakistanis, corruption and foreign puppetry have gone hand in hand and the people deserve to be free of it.

-  ClubOfInfo

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Highlights From The Russian Defence Ministry’s Latest Briefing On Ukraine

Highlights From The Russian Defence Ministry’s Latest Briefing On Ukraine By Andrew Korybko Westerners might not have been aware of this important event due to their governments’ censorship of Russian media so the author took it upon himself to share the... Read More › - Voice of East
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26 March 2022

Global Food Shortages: How Does Your Garden (or Pantry) Grow?

“President Joe Biden and other leaders of the world’s major industrialized democracies pledged action on Thursday  [March 24] to address food shortages caused by Russia’s war on Ukraine,” Politico reports. Biden says food shortages “are going to be real,” although he seems to see them as an opportunity to increase US grain production and food … Continue reading Global Food Shortages: How Does Your Garden (or Pantry) Grow? → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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23 March 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War

  The Russia-Ukraine War      For more then 70 years America has been predicting an imminent invasion by first the USSR and then Russia. Now with it’s 9 years of anti-Russian hysteria the west has finally created a self fulfilling prophecy. Putin has decided to intervene in Ukraine. Back in December 2021 Russia asked NATO for security guarantees on Ukraine and reminded them that NATO membership for Ukraine and Georgia was a red line. The US and NATO refused to make any concessions. On February 16 Ukraine began a massive escalation in shelling in Donetsk and Lugansk. On February 21, 2022 Russia finally  recognized the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. Putin soon announced that he was launching a special operation in Ukraine with the aim of denazifying and demilitarizing Ukraine. It has since become known as “Operation Z.” On February 24th 2022 Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine with 150,000 troops wreaking havoc with 160 cruise missiles on Ukraine’s air defenses, command and control, communications, supply depots and other targets. Suddenly Russian troops arrived in helicopters attempting to seize Kiev’s airport (Ukraine quickly retook it) and in the confusion Russian forces were seemingly everywhere. However it soon became clear that Russia had only established control on the perimeter of Ukraine’s North, South, East and West on a map it looks like a sideways U. Instead of racing to capture Kiev Russia is concentrating on controlling Ukraine’s southern coast. However they are close enough to Kiev to pin down Ukrainian forces. Ukraine is stuck on the defensive and can’t counter attack or reinforce it’s troops. However Ukrainian forces are still able to offer fierce resistance and so Russia’s day to day progress is slow. It’s a pattern familiar to those who followed the earlier war in Ukraine or the war in Syria long periods of indecisive clashes followed by decisive victories and mop up operations. Russia has managed to take Kherson and restored Crimea’s supply of fresh water which Ukraine had cut off in revenge for it voting to rejoin Russia. Currently Russia is focused on liberating the city of Mariupul which rose up in rebellion back in 2014. Back then Ukraine crushed the pro-Russian uprising and gave the city to the Azov battalion. For 8 years they have terrorized the populace, running a secret prison at the local airbase where they kidnapped, tortured, raped, and murdered their victims. Once Mariupul is liberated Russia may shift it’s attention to destroying the 120,000 Ukrainian troops occupying the Donbass who have massively increased their shelling and missile attacks on the civilian population there. In the last 4 years the Ukrainian military and fascist paramilitaries have killed over 13,000 people in the Donbass with their constant shelling while the world remained silent. That’s more 4 times the number of civilians that the west claim have been killed in the Russian invasion so far 2,500. Both sides conceal their own casualties and give exaggerated accounts of enemy casualties. However isn’t it interesting that the west claims Russia is exclusively targeting civilians and also claims that Russia has lost 12-15,000 troops. When has America ever had a lower civilian body count then the number of troops it has lost? In Iraq the US officially lost 4,431 troops while 1-2 million Iraqis were killed. Also how many of those 2,500 civilians killed were killed by the Ukrainian military shelling of the Donbas? how many were killed by fascist paramilitaries? How many were killed as a result of Zelensky handing out 10,000 automatic weapons to drunken mobs in Kiev who have been using them to rob, loot, and execute suspected traitors. In impotent rage fascist Ukrainians are targeting ethnic minorities like the Roma beating them and tying them to lampposts before posting pictures of their victims on social media. African immigrants trying to flee were beaten for trying to get on the same buses or trains as white Ukrainians a brief scandal that was quickly hushed up. If you “Stand with Ukraine” you are standing with fascism.    The west has rushed to condemn this as an unprovoked attack on a sovereign nation. America the ultimate rogue state now poses as the champion of international law. However Russia’s attack was not unprovoked. The war in Ukraine began in 2014 with the Maidan coup installing a fascist government. The new regime was founded on hatred of ethnic Russians and in response Crimea voted to rejoin Russia and the people of Donetsk and Lugansk declared their independence. Ukraine then launched a major offensive to retake Lugansk and Donetsk. Ukraine  passed laws forbidding people to criticize Ukrainian Nazis or to praise the Soviet Union. However with Russia’s covert assistance the heroic people of Donetsk and Lugansk inflicted two crushing defeats on the Ukrainian armed forces and the Nazi paramilitary groups. Ukraine was forced to sign a first and second Minsk agreement to end the war. The US also agreed to the terms of the Minsk agreement which would have granted Donetsk and Lugansk autonomy while forcing them to remain part of Ukraine but neither Ukraine or the US ever honored it. Instead for 8 years Ukraine continued to shell the people of the Donbass and since 2018 have killed at least 13,000 people. America and Ukraine started this war hopefully Russia will be able to end it.     While condemning Russia the corporate media remain silent on the fact that the US is still illegally occupying Iraq and Syria, and is waging a genocidal war on Yemen via it’s Saudi proxies. In the 30 years since the destruction of the Soviet Union and the end of the cold war the US and often NATO 30 years have been destroying country after country Panama, Iraq, Yugoslavia, Rwanda, the Congo, Afghanistan, Iraq again, Libya, and Syria Yemen and Ukraine. In Rwanda and Congo alone 7-13 million people died. This is not even going into the coups and failed coups, the sanctions, the economic warfare and the billions who live in poverty to enrich American corporations. Imperialism evolves over time and takes different forms. Today there is only one empire America and it’s network of allies countries like England, and France who’s empires plundered, massacred, and destroyed everywhere they went in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. America’s empire absorbed fascist countries like Germany and Japan who between them slaughtered 50 million people Jews, Russians, Chinese, Roma and many more peoples. The American empire absorbed the sinister old European empires, and the short lived fascist empires as it launched it’s cold war. It was a master of soft power training ruling classes around the world and gaining control of their opposition. Thanks to Hollywood it was able to brainwash the planet to believe in American benevolence. It’s advertising created a worldwide consumer culture. It’s music shaped teenage rebellion around the globe. Only those who were the victims of American imperialism were able to see the monstrous empire for what it was.      When the US recruited Reinhard Gehlen and hundreds of thousands of fascists after (and during) World War 2 they also absorbed Gehlen’s Ukrainian lackeys in the OUN. The OUN began as a terrorist group after World War 1 assassinating Polish government officials. They then formed an alliance with Nazi Germany the OUN provided recruits for the territorial police and the Waffen SS after Germany invaded the Soviet Union. The OUN murdered millions of victims Jews, Poles, Ukrainians and Russians. They loved to uses axes or saws to slaughter their victims in the goriest manner possible and to save bullets. The US launched it’s first covert war in Ukraine back in the 1940’s using these SS veterans Frank Wisner bragged that his guerrilla army of Ukrainian Nazis killed 30,000 people. Ukraine was only one of many covert wars the US waged on the Soviet republics and the socialist eastern bloc countries. Although initially defeated in Ukraine the fascist emigres of the OUN would be supported by the US, the UK, and West Germany throughout the cold war and they dominated the umbrella group of former fascist collaborators from within the USSR the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations or ABN. Yaroslav Stetsko former Ukrainian ruler of the Nazi puppet state would spend the entire cold war demanding the US and NATO launch a nuclear war to destroy the Soviet Union. Reagan and his Vice President Bush invited Stetsko to the White House  for a photo op. Today thanks to the recklessness of the Biden administration Stestko’s apocalyptic dream of a nuclear war may yet come to pass. A hard core of Ukrainian fascists indoctrinated their children and their children’s children in the ideology of the OUN. Every summer they send their kids to Ukrainian fascist summer camps where they are indoctrinated in the OUN ideology. When the Soviet Union was destroyed by a combination of Gorbachev’s treachery and incompetence and a series of NED/CIA Color revolution style coups and destabilizations the OUN were able to return to Ukraine. Color Revolutions utilize NED and corporate foundations to build networks of NGO’s capable of mobilizing 1 or 2% of the population in mass protests while the CIA and other intelligence agencies work behind the scenes to organize a coup. For decades the Ukrainian fascists had been recruited to run the CIA’s propaganda campaign targeting the Soviet Union Radio Liberty’s Ukrainian broadcasts (Radio liberty is half of RFE/RL). In the 1990’s with the help of the west the Ukrainian fascists began their campaign to revive fascism in Ukraine. Like in Russia the end of Socialism brought poverty and chaos. In this chaos Ukrainian Nazi Paramilitaries began to prosper doing dirty work for various Ukrainian Oligarchs. In 2004 the US would launch a “Color Revolution” the Orange Revolution in Ukraine to install a pro western government run by Viktor Yuschenko overturning the election victory of Viktor Yanukovych. The new government began to glorify the Ukrainian Nazi collaborators. Soon discredited by it’s unchecked corruption Ukraine elected the also corrupt but neutral Yanukovych.     In early 2014 Yanukovych was overthrown by a much uglier color revolution in which the fascist paramilitary groups provided the muscle. In hindsight it is clear that in overthrowing the deeply flawed Yanukovych the US destroyed any chance for an independent or democratic Ukraine. The new government outlawed the opposition parties, purged the parliament, and allowed fascist paramilitary groups to terrorize anyone calling for moderation. They banned Russian provoking a rebellion in Eastern Ukraine. Many in eastern Ukraine also rose up in opposition to the corrupt capitalist system in Ukraine. Then came the Odessa massacre when a mob of Ukrainian fascists chased a crowd of anti-war protestors (protesting the impending civil war on ethnic Russians) into a trade union building then setting it alight killing 39 people officially as many 150 unofficially. The fascist Kiev regime celebrated openly while the US Secretary of State John Kerry claimed that they had burned themselves alive despite the whole horrific episode being captured on video. The people of Donetsk and Lugansk realized that they were facing genocide and ethnic cleansing. The war followed and thanks to the covert assistance of Russia, Donetsk and Lugansk were able to inflict two major humiliating defeats on the Ukrainian army. Their strategy was to slowly encircle the Ukrainian forces trapping them in “Cauldrons” where surrounded by artillery and cut-off from resupply they were completely decimated. Russia, Donetsk, and Lugansk are applying the same strategy today. Thus while western military experts are currently bragging about Ukraine’s success and Russia’s impending defeat eventually the Ukrainian forces will likely be encircled and destroyed. It is the same strategy that the Soviet Union used to destroy the German army during WW2. A major difference between the fighting now and in 2014-2015 (or during World War 2) is that Russia now has air superiority and thus is slowly destroying Ukraine’s supplies of fuel and weapons. It will be a long and ugly war but hopefully Russia will emerge victorious.     Russia must win this war it’s very survival is at stake. Putin has made a dangerous gamble but ultimately he had no choice. NATO and the US have turned Ukraine into a fascist puppet state that was never going to give up it’s dream of conquering the Donbass and eventually retaking Crimea. Despite being involved in an ongoing conflict with Russia, Ukraine had altered it’s constitution to permanently pursue NATO membership. And the Biden administration recklessly pushed to admit Ukraine into NATO. Perhaps they never intended to let Ukraine become a full NATO member some would argue. This is equally insane they were willing to provoke a Russian invasion rather then assure Russia that Ukraine would not be admitted into NATO despite not actually planning to allow Ukraine to join. And despite Ukraine not being a NATO member NATO runs the Ukrainian army and holds massive war games in Ukraine where 20,000 NATO advisers train the Ukrainian Army and practice declaring nuclear war on Russia. Putin worried NATO planned to install intermediate range nuclear missiles in Ukraine. President Zelensky announced the week before the invasion that Ukraine planned to start it’s own nuclear program. Since Ukraine already has the nuclear  power plants and the technical know how from the soviet era the threat was very real. Ukraine also hosts more then a dozen US biowarfare laboratories. Russia was faced with the choice of fighting a conventional war now or a nuclear war later. If the west doesn’t come to it’s senses and insists on installing a No Fly Zone over Ukraine as Zelensky  and his American speechwriters demand the whole world could be destroyed in a nuclear apocalypse.    Who is this President Zelensky who has become the idol of millions? Zelensky is a Eurovision winner turned comedian. His patron is the oligarch Igor Kolmoisky who was also patron to the Nazi Right Sector prior to the Maidan coup. Kolmoisky is jewish like Zelensky which didn’t stop him from hiring the Nazi right sector to act as muscle in the Ukrainian version of a “hostile takeover” where they acted as his private mercenaries seizing assets of his business rivals. I mention it merely because people claim that Ukraine can’t be a fascist country because it has a jewish president. Israel has provided major funding and advisers to the Ukrainian Nazi Aidar Battalion alliances are often paradoxical. Israel made it’s own secret deal with Gehlen at the start of the cold war. Kolmoisky gave Zelensky a job playing an ordinary guy elected to the presidency on his TV channel  and then Zelensky ran for the presidency on the peace platform and beat Petro Poroshenko. Poroshenko had won Ukraine’s undemocratic post Maidan elections. Since losing to Zelensky Poroshenko has gone on to ally himself with the hardcore nazis. However Ukraine was rapidly becoming a failed state and it’s western economic advisers had plunged the nation into poverty. Zelensky’s popularity began to fall to 25%. The  post-maidan version of the Yanukovych’s former party of regions now called the Opposition Party for life run by Viktor Medvechuk was gaining in popularity. Luckily for Zelensky and unluckily for Ukraine Biden had been elected and the new administration was determined to take a harder line on Russia then Trump. Trump had been framed as a Russian agent but had sent arms to Ukraine that Obama had delayed. Biden as Vice President had been in charge of Ukraine. Biden appointed Victoria Nuland to the number three spot in the State Department Nuland had supervised the Maidan coup and had handpicked the new government. Anyways the Biden administration encouraged Zelensky to take a more hawkish turn. Zelensky banned the opposition parties charging Medvechuk and Poroshenko for illegal deals with the Donbass and placing them under house arrest. Zelensky  clamped down on the media. He announced he would take back the Donbass. This was back in 2021. This is why Putin began to move forces closer to Russia’s border with Ukraine both to pressure Zelensky and to respond to an attempt to take back the Donbass. Russia claims Ukraine planned to launch an attack on the Donbass in March 2022. Zelensky had already built up the already massive force stationed on the border of the separatist republics. When it appeared that Russia would back down Ukraine launched a massive artillery attack on the Donbass leading Putin to recognize the republics. Now Zelensky’s star continues to rise he’s been given the role of the lifetime and he shouts his heroic defiance from in front of a green screen knowing that the Ukrainian people will be forced to pay the price. If Ukraine looses the war he’ll go on a world tour before settling down to a luxurious retirement as head of the government in exile. On the other hand if he tries to surrender he may be killed or overthrown by one of Ukraine’s fascist paramilitaries. Recently Zelensky banned 11 more opposition parties and seized all private media putting it under state control.      So far Biden has shown enough restraint to avoid a nuclear war. Instead he’s decided to nuke the global economy with his sanctions on Russia. These sanctions have sent food and energy costs skyrocketing and will cause untold misery and chaos worldwide. For the first time Americans themselves will suffer from the sanctions it so heartlessly puts on other countries. The global economy is already in tatters due to the disastrous strategies employed to combat the COVID epidemic. Europe will be even harder hit while the third world will suffer starvation and death. Ironically by sending energy prices soaring the sanctions will help Russia survive the economic embargo the west has launched on their country. Russia is now the most heavily sanctioned country on the planet surpassing North Korea and Iran. More sanctions are on the way. The US is destroying one of the key tools it uses to control the world the petrodollar. Biden’s disastrous strategy is pressing the fast forward button on the decline and fall of the US empire. Meanwhile ordinary people will pay the price. The media is of course blaming the Russian invasion rather then sanctions for the price hikes.    Returning to the war it is certain to be a long and bloody war. Yet while the western media cry crocodile tears for Ukraine, America and it’s allies are doing all they can to insure that the war leaves Ukraine in complete ruin. NATO hopes that as many Ukrainian civilians die as possible so that it can terrify it’s member states and demonize Russia for years to come. In fact they are so full of hubris that they are already boasting of what they call their “Afghanistan Option” and their plans to set up a Ukrainian GLADIO in the event of a Russian victory. Hillary Clinton has been given the job of publicly promoting the Afghanistan option and promising that the war will be as long and bloody as possible to bleed Russia. The fact that Ukraine like Afghanistan could suffer decades of war poverty and chaos in the aftermath does not concern her. NATO quite openly brag that they are setting up a stay behind network that will continue to launch terror attacks and create an insurgency that will continue long after the Russian victory. The strategy for now could more accurately be called “Plan Syria.” Ukrainian forces are preventing civilians from evacuating their cities so that they will die in the crossfire. They are stationing their military equipment in vital civilian infrastructure like hospitals, schools, and shopping malls then firing on Russian forces from these positions. When Russia fires back they then publicize the attack on the hospital or school (schools are thankfully empty at the moment ). In Syria it was the same story the terrorists turned hospitals into military bases and secret prisons. While the western press repeatedly claimed that Assad had destroyed “The last Hospital in Syria” Often Ukrainian forces, abandon fortifications outside of the city and move their military into civilian areas. There have been numerous reports of the Ukrainian military massacring civilians who try to flee the warzone. They plan to turn Kiev into a hellhole of urban combat handing out molotov cocktails and guns to untrained volunteers who will get themselves slaughtered. The reappearance of the same tactics used in Syria in the war in Ukraine reveals that NATO, the CIA, and western intelligence masterminded the Syrian terrorists criminal strategy all along and now they are giving the same disastrous advice to Ukraine. Syria meanwhile is suffering from the “Gaza option” harsh sanctions prevent Syria from rebuilding while the west is deliberately trying to starve the population into submission. In the case of Ukraine luckily the Russian military is already very experienced in foiling the strategies NATO employed to wreck Syria.     The west has also rushed thousands of fascists, mercenaries, and veterans to fight in the war in Ukraine however this strategy backfired when Russia fired a missile on March 13, 2022 at their training camp near Lviv the International Peace Keeping and Security Center.” killing 35 and sending the rest into a panic some of the survivors took to social media warning everyone not to come to Ukraine to die as canon fodder. The west has also been funneling billions in arms to Ukraine much of which Russia managed to blow up with more missiles. Russian, Donetsk, and Lugansk  ground forces have also seized huge stockpiles of American weapons. Every day another Ukrainian arms stockpile, logistics hub, or military barracks is destroyed by Russian air power. Short of starting a nuclear war by trying to enforce a No-Fly zone their is little the US and NATO can do to negate Russia’s advantage in the air. Still Russia will probably have to expand the size of their ground force if it wants to achieve victory.   Russia has declared it’s goal to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. If Russia wins two main scenarios are possible. Either the US will have Zelensky sign a peace deal and Ukraine will be divided into a pro-western part and a Russian controlled part. If the US refuses to make a deal Russia will takeover the entire country and install a pro-Russian government. Ukraine and Belarus will then become Russia’s buffer to the west. At this point there is no way to predict how long the war will last it could take months or it could take years. And even if Russia gains a victory it will face a NATO supplied Ukrainian insurgency for years after that. Thanks to the Maidan coup Ukraine has become a permanent battleground between Russia and NATO.  Sources A must read! a Spanish volunteer in the Donbass writes on the sickening hypocrisy of those condemning the Russian invasion who have ignored the suffering of the Donbass for 8 years.  https://libya360.wordpress.com/2022/02/28/the-hypocrisy-of-a-leftist-no-to-war-that-comes-too-late/ A very detailed account of NATO’s arming and training of Ukraine and plans to turn Ukraine into the next Afghanistan https://libya360.wordpress.com/2022/03/20/us-and-nato-allies-arm-neo-nazi-units-in-ukraine-as-foreign-policy-elites-yearn-for-afghan-style-insurgency/ A guide to Ukraine’s Nazis https://libya360.wordpress.com/2022/03/16/under-the-wolfsangel-the-truth-about-radical-ideologies-in-ukraine/ A history of the diplomatic background that led to the Russian invasion https://multipolarista.com/2022/02/27/us-nato-expansion-ukraine-russia-intervene/ Debunking the Mariupul theater bombing story https://libya360.wordpress.com/2022/03/19/was-the-bombing-of-mariupol-theater-staged-by-ukrainian-azov-extremists-to-trigger-nato-intervention/ - Hugo Turner
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When The Press Tries to Hide or Discredit the Facts, It Discredits Itself Instead

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Daylight Saving Time: Finally, Some Government Action I Can Get Behind

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16 March 2022

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15 March 2022

The Importance Of Neutrality In The New Cold War

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14 March 2022

High-ranking psychopaths are pushing for a nuclear war with Russia, seemingly intentionally

If the US leaders wanted to wage a thermonuclear war that would destroy America and the world, we would not be here to talk about it. President Biden has explicitly ruled out a direct confrontation with Russia, no matter what happens in Ukraine.

However, there are disturbing indications that some individuals in high places in the US (or representing the thinking of many in such high places) are okay with a nuclear war that will destroy the United States, or in fact are encouraging such a war.

A "no fly zone" of death would expand across the globe instantly

Imposing a no-fly zone in Ukraine will trigger a third world war because it will require targeting Russian airfields, radar and defense systems on Russian territory with American missiles. Russian defenses have vast ranges that prohibit the use of US aircraft over Ukraine. Russian weapons can also easily reach all American airfields in Europe that would be involved in any such operation. The vastness of the Russian military means that the US would have to launch a devastating attack on Russia to neutralise all the threats to US planes as they attack the Russians. Russia would invariably respond by attacking US airfields in turn, and very quickly targeting the US mainland and cities in response to its own territory being attacked by America.

Despite this, there are calls from seemingly well-qualified individuals to go ahead and start this suicidal conflict anyway.

Here are just three examples. There are no doubt others, possibly more influential, but these are just picked at random for being prominent examples of Anglo-American leadership on both sides of the Atlantic.

General Philip Breedlove

This man is no crank. Breedlove is a US general and the former supreme military commander of NATO (Supreme Allied Commander Europe, or SACEUR). He has explictly pleaded, "How many casualties does it take before we take a different approach to this war?" While this may simply seem like a stupid remark, based on emotion, this man is trained and competent enough to be fully aware that what he is advocating will entail killing not just everyone in Ukraine but everyone in Russia, Europe and North America too. Why, then, is he advocating it?

Lindsey Graham

Lindsey Graham, an influential and powerful US senator, has stated that the use of chemical weapons in Ukraine (which he will only blame on Russia) will make the moral case to forget about the risk of nuclear war and begin attacking the Russians. He is also too well-informed in briefings to be unaware that his suggestion to start a world war against Russia would kill far more people than a chemical attack and would quickly kill everyone in the United States and Russia under the fire of hydrogen bombs.

Jonathan Powell

The former Downing Street Chief of Staff under Tony Blair from 1997-2007 has advocated against "appeasement" and argued for launching a war on the Russians if they use a chemical weapon in Ukraine. He cites the example of Syria and the need to take a firmer moral stand (apparently that will do a whole lot of good when we are all skeletons). He is advocating this despite the fact that Western governments were never even fully confident that Syria used chemical weapons, and they bombed Syria merely because of intelligence assessments stating it was "likely". Apparently, we will be very impatient to immolate ourselves and not bother to wait for any investigation in Ukraine, too.

As horrifying as the pictures may have been, the use of chemical weapons in Syria barely killed anyone and had little to no effect on the battlefield other than prompting Western strikes. More people died from knives in Syria. The nuclear exchange that would be guaranteed by attacking Russia on such a flimsy, emotionally manipulative pretext about "chemicals" would kill almost everyone in Ukraine, and then kill almost everyone in both the West and Russia. Apparently, politicians don't see a moral issue with the scenario of mass immolation of people, followed by the larger group of us whose skin will melt and their eyeballs will fall out, followed by another percentarge who will be vomiting blood. No, these scenes don't worry them; they are just worried about the "chemicals" and the idea of people choking, such that they think it is worth risking the nuclear scenario.

These interventionist leaders we are talking about may be insane, but the unique mental health problems of those with power are less important to talk about than the need to stop them.

Who will stop these men?

The answer is... currently serving American officers and generals, who want their troops to live, and probably want their families to survive too.

It should be observed that military experts and officials tend to always warn against what will cause a nuclear war, as happened in Syria. Here we are again, and the same kind of "hawks" are trying to impose a situation where deescalation could become too difficult for the military personnel tasked with a nation's safety, as if the politicians had reached out and ripped the brakes from your car to make sure you crash.

Getting closer and closer to Russia and trying to enforce the US's will closer and closer to them potentially creates an ever more uncontrollable and unpredictable series of conflicts between the US and Russia that make it almost impossible for troops to avoid a nuclear war, even if they have the maximum will to avoid one.

Being responsible for a larger population, if the US gets into a nuclear war with Russia, it will suddenly make the world record for being the country with the biggest piles of dead bodies in human history. Every American officer and general's family will most likely perish, meaning that they have utterly failed not only in their duty as a soldier but even as a human being.

The only solution can be that American officers must continuously resist the pressure of politicians to put them in a situation of nuclear escalation that they cannot escape. Finally, if American officers are unable to prevent themselves being put in that situation, it would become their duty to preserve their country by, in the worst case scenario, mutiny. One should be prepared, privately, to kill their own political leaders and seize control of the government, even at grave risk to their own lives, if the alternative is to obey orders that will directly lead to nuclear war.

- ClubOfInfo

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13 March 2022

Biden’s Latest Excuse for Inflationary Monetary Policy: Blame Putin

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11 March 2022

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10 March 2022

Elizabeth Warren’s Solution to Every Problem: Put Elizabeth Warren in Charge

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8 March 2022

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7 March 2022

An Ill Informed Anti-war Movement Bodes Ill

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6 March 2022

Support Sanctions on Russian Oil? Don’t Complain About High Gas Prices

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4 March 2022

CNN Is Leading People To Their Doom By Promoting Mercenary Propaganda For Ukraine

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2 March 2022

Three ways for Russia to punish the West

Due to the ongoing operation to eliminate radical anti-Russian nationalists in Ukraine, Russia is under pressure unseen since the Axis powers attacked its territory in the Second World War. The following are three decisive methods the Russian government could consider, to severely punish the NATO countries.

1. Proxy war in Ukraine

Americans have already taken the lead in making a European proxy war possible, suggesting the supply of armaments to rebels and foreign volunteers who are expected to arrive in Ukraine. They want to copy the success of foreign fighters in Afghanistan during the 1980s, believing only the Russians will suffer from this policy, but Europe could be more at risk itself. After all, this "Afghanistan" would be in Europe, and Ukraine already has a problem with armed neo-Nazis.

In fact, NATO has more reason to fear this scenario of a failed state in Ukraine than Russia.

Unlike Afghanistan, Russians are natives of this area, with large populations and families supporting Russia in parts of Ukraine. They will not be withdrawing like the Soviet Army. Returned to Russian protection, they could contribute to a strong buffer zone of sympathetic forces to help secure Russia's Ukrainian frontier. There is already the Donetsk People's Republic, DPR, and Lugansk People's Republic, LPR, able to provide Russia with mutual security against Western nationalist proxies in Ukraine. Russia could be restrictive about travel from Ukraine to Russia, but the European Union would never be so strict, having opened its doors to Ukrainian exiles and aided their travels. If Ukraine becomes a ruined failed state, filled with protracted warfare and resentment, home to many shadowy groups including local Russian proxies, Russia would be able to use Ukraine to threaten Europe, while enjoying security itself. The inevitable blockback of weapons and radical ideas into Europe from a European repeat of Afghanistan could be uncontrollable, and may result in armed insurgents seizing cities across Europe and spreading civil war and chaos. We must remember that the foreign fighters of the Afghan jihad set about trying to topple the local regimes after they returned home, for example in Algeria, being convinced of their just cause. Foreign fighters who are radicalised in Ukraine would be returning to places like Berlin and Paris.

2. Impounding ships

Russia encompasses a huge amount of land with a vast coastline, meaning potential dominance at key shipping routes, especially those icy seas along its north. It possesses a powerful navy and air forces, more than enough to interdict shipping. In retaliation for sanctions, Russia could impound all cargo ships and tankers it encounters if they belong to the countries carrying out sanctions on Russia, taking their cargo as compensation. The US already did this to Iran, and France even was bold enough to do this to Russia itself. The occasional disappearance of a tanker could produce negative economic effects and denying them passage could be just as disruptive.

With the French declaring "total economic and financial war on Russia", Russia has no reason to let any French cargo ship pass if it can intercept it. An even more aggressive option is for Russian navy vessels to actively hunt, intercept and board all vulnerable ships of the European Union and throw their cargo overboard, destroying the goods (unless they contain things that are extra valuable, such as gold!)

European countries could retaliate in a number of ways, but they would likely be too costly. Freight shipping is a notoriously cost-averse business, maintaining ageing ships often of dubious quality and crews on fairly minimal salaries, so it seems unlikely that warshups will be used for this task or assigned for protection in peacetime.

3. Turning off the gas to Europe

Russia can simply turn off the gas to Germany and instead supply its gas to China and other Asian countries. If done in combination with delaying, diverting or seizing US LNG shipments bound for Europe, this could be catastrophic to European economies, forcing them to shut down industry and even fail to keep their citizens warm.

Owing to its size and resources, Russia has proved to be invulnerable in many ways as a country, and numerous alliances have shattered when trying to take this country on.

- ClubOfInfo

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