Obama Wants Censorship

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 27, 2022 Barack Obama and his ruling class bosses are losing legitimacy with more and more people. They have decided that censoring information will resolve their problems. On April 21, 2022 former president Barack Obama gave a speech at Stanford University on the subject of social media. In typical Obamaesque fashion, he[…]

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Fabricating Putin Quotes and Banning Paraplegic Athletes To Undermine Russia

by Rick Sterling, published on Antiwar.com, April 8, 2022 Mobilizing a population to vilify and hate a targeted enemy is a tactic that leaders have used since before the dawn of human history, and it is being used to demonize Russia and Vladimir Putin in the current conflict. If we want to join the march to war, we can join[…]

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What’s The Truth Behind the Bucha and Kramatorsk Events?

by Richie Merino, published on Workers World, April 15, 2022 April 10 – Last weekend, Ukraine’s President Vlodymyr Zelensky accused Russian troops of committing war crimes in the city of Bucha, near Kiev. Moscow immediately denied the allegations, calling them “baseless” and implying that Ukrainian right-wing nationalists, with support from the Kiev regime, staged the event, placing deceased bodies in[…]

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Ukraine Crisis Risks Escalating Amid Stalled Talks, Rising Hostility

by Yang Sheng and Xu Yelu, published on Global Times, April 13, 2022 The Chinese draw attention to an inherent schism in the understanding of the two forces in Ukraine, a dangerous misunderstanding that prevents successful negotiation. [jb] Russian President Vladimir Putin called the situation in Ukraine “a tragedy” and peace talks had reached a “dead end” in his meeting[…]

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Former NATO Military Analyst Blows the Whistle on West’s Ukraine Invasion Narrative

by Jacques Baud, published on Scheerpost, April 9, 2022      (Initially published on the French Intelligence Research Center  in French) PART ONE: ON THE ROAD TO WAR For years, from Mali to Afghanistan, I worked for peace and risked my life for it. It is therefore not a question of justifying the war, but of understanding what led us to it. I[…]

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US Officials Admit They’re Literally Just Lying To The Public About Russia

by Caitlin Johnstone, published on CaitlinJohnstone.com, April 7, 2022 NBC News has a new report out citing multiple anonymous US officials, humorously titled “In a break with the past, U.S. is using intel to fight an info war with Russia, even when the intel isn’t rock solid“. The officials say the Biden administration has been rapidly pushing out “intelligence” about[…]

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Eleven Years Ago: US-NATO Invasion of Libya and Its Consequences

by Shane Quinn, published on Global Research, March 19, 2022 Eleven years ago, on 19 March 2011, the United States and its military arm NATO unleashed a sustained bombardment against Libya, where Colonel Muammar Gaddafi had been in charge for over four decades. Gaddafi would be killed in brutal fashion seven months later, while Libya descended into chaos as warring[…]

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Political Repression in Ukraine

by Phil Wilayto, March 29, 2020 The U.S. media is full of stories about what it calls political repression in other countries, but it’s strangely silent when it comes to Ukraine. Here’s one example: In the early morning of March 19, 2022, agents from the federal Security Service of Ukraine, the SBU, showed up at the apartment of Yuri Tkachev,[…]

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Chris Hedges: The Marriage of Julian Assange

by Chris Hedges, published on ScheerPost, March 25, 2022 LONDON — I am standing at the gates of HM Prison Belmarsh, a high security penitentiary  in southeast London, with Craig Murray, British Ambassador to Uzbekistan until he was fired for exposing CIA black sites and torture centers in that country. Inside the prison, Julian Assange and Stella Moris are being[…]

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The Uyghur Podcast Brought to You by a CIA Torture Propagandist

by Kit Klarenberg, published on Covert Action Magazine, March 11, 2022 On February 2nd, eagle-eyed pro-China activist Arnaud Bertrand revealed that WEghur Stories, a podcast “working to create a conversation within and about the global Uyghur diaspora” that has been aggressively promoted on Facebook and Spotify, is funded by Washington’s French diplomatic mission—and that John Bair, its co-creator, co-host and[…]

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