Virtual Forensics and Propaganda

by Rick Sterling and John Perry, published in LA Progressive, May 29, 2022 This article shows how media uses computer modeling and “virtual crime scenes” to assign blame for some extremely important international events.  In these examples from Nicaragua, Ukraine and Syria, many people died in complex circumstances. The deaths at the “Mother’s March” in Managua, Nicaragua precipitated an attempted[…]

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A Statement On Ukraine From the Black Liberation Movement

Black liberation movement organizations issued a joint statement opposing US/NATO actions in Ukraine. Dismantle NATO Now! Rescind the $16B US Allocations to the Ukraine War! US Imperialism is the Main Danger to Peace, Sovereignty, and Justice for Peoples all Over The World! The ongoing crisis and war in Ukraine threatens to pull the world into a disastrous nuclear confrontation. Disinformation, lies,[…]

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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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The War in Ukraine Is Really About U.S. Pursuing Regime Change in Russia

Finian Cunningham interviews Bruce Gagnon, published on Strategic Culture, April 14, 2022 The corporate-dominated media (that lied us into the 2003 “shock and awe” attack on Iraq over non-existent WMD) is trotting out the same strategy again to sell war and deceive the public American peace activist, documentary filmmaker and author Bruce Gagnon analyses the current war in Ukraine with[…]

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On the Streets in Mariupol with Civilian Interviews

by Patrick Lancaster, published on his Youtube Channel I really have been debating whether to feature Patrick Lancaster’s videos for some time.  It is disturbing to see the images from the war zone in Mariupol, but you won’t find first hand information like this in many places.   I am posting his video where he interviews people living in a Soviet[…]

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Liberal Russophobia and War Propaganda

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 13, 2022 U.S. liberals are the worst perpetrators of Russophobic behavior. They are most likely to follow the dictates of corporate media and the democratic party and proudly take part in discriminatory acts. But foolish bans of anything Russian are just the most visible indication that war propaganda is at the root[…]

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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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Neo-Nazis In Ukraine Fake Incidents To Gain More ‘Western’ Support

by Moon of Alabama, published on Popular Resistance, March 17, 2022 PHOTO: Satellite imagery of the Mariupol Drama Theatre prior to being bombed by Russian forces shows the word ‘children’ (дети) written in Russian written on the pavement in front and behind the building in large letters visible from the sky. – @shashj pic.twitter.com/nh8wzRiqAS — Conflict News (@Conflicts) March 16,[…]

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Without Even Realizing How We Were Being Played, Could This Be Russiagates Checkmate

by Jacqueline Luqman, published on Black Agenda Report, March 2, 2022 Tales of Donald Trump collusion with Vladimir Putin absolved the democrats of electoral blame, and supported the war party in its attacks on Russia. Yet it was the democratic administration of Barack Obama which first made common cause with the Ukrainian right wing and set the stage for military[…]

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How the U.S. Started a Cold War with Russia and Left Ukraine to Fight It

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, March 28, 2022 The defenders of Ukraine are bravely resisting Russian aggression, shaming the rest of the world and the UN Security Council for its failure to protect them. It is an encouraging sign that the Russians and Ukrainians are holding talks in Belarus that may lead to a ceasefire. All efforts[…]

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