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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War Propaganda About Ukraine Becoming More Militaristic, Authoritarian, and Reckless

by Glenn Greenwald, published on Glen’s Substack, February 27, 2022 In the weeks leading up to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, those warning of the possible dangers of U.S. involvement were assured that such concerns were baseless. The prevailing line insisted that nobody in Washington is even considering let alone advocating that the U.S. become militarily involved in a conflict[…]

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U.S. War on Russia: a Stampede Off a Cliff

by Sara Flounders, published on  International Action Center, February 24, 2022 Great metaphor here.   The EU had stopped listening to U.S. advice which was clearly not in their  interest.    Now they are too frightened to ignore big brother’s demands. [JB] Bulletin: As of Feb. 22, Russia has recognized the two peoples’ republics in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, the[…]

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New York Times Equates China’s Health Care Workers To Adolph Eichmann

by John V Walsh, published on Popular Resistance, January 19, 2022 A twisted narrative by a paper unhinged by China’s success with Covid-19. In a lead article, on page one of the New York Times on January 13, Li Yuan an NYT reporter, has equated the public health and medical personnel behind China’s successful battle against Covid-19 in the city[…]

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To Redact The Truth Or Not To Redact The Truth: Is That The Question?

By Jeff Mackler, January 4, 2022 My Dec. 22, 2021 Julian Assange article entitled “No to U.S. wars of death and destruction! Freedom of the press! Free journalists! Free speech!” contained one error. (See socialistaction.org). My article recounted at great length the war crimes revealed in a major New York Times 2-part article entitled, “Hidden Pentagon Records Reveal Patterns of[…]

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