I reviewed the evidence provided by the New York Times that the missile which killed or injured dozens in the town of Kostantinivka on September 6th was fired by Ukrainian forces in my previous article – “The Fragmentation of Ukraine”, concluding that the town was intentionally targeted by Kiev as a false flag attack, and… Continue reading NYT – evidence Ukrainian missile killed civilians in Kostantinivka
Kiev’s use of a fragmentation warhead to kill and injure civilians in a busy market-place is a metaphor for the destruction of the country under its rotten and corrupt leadership. Both are so far invisible to the leaders and publics of NATO countries, and those others obliged to shelter under the simmering nuclear umbrella of… Continue reading The Fragmentation of Ukraine.
The immediate characterization of Russia’s intervention in Eastern Ukraine as “unprovoked” by Western leaders, echoed by all Western media and repeated without fail at every mention of the invasion, was the “foundational lie” in the war against Russia over Ukraine. The truth was opposite, with Russia forced finally to intervene when the provocation became irresistible.… Continue reading A History of Provocations
Above – the BBC’s James Waterhouse reports from Balakliya: “It’s hard to describe this as anything other than.. random. This is a patch of land, in the middle of Balakliya, it’s not a place – unlike other areas – that was once contested, where there was heavy fighting.” “- but what these minesweepers are looking… Continue reading Undermining Ukraine
I wrote this article for possible publication in Pearls and Irritations on March 6th, so publish it for the record, and for the relevant links. As the film “Navalny” is today awarded at the Oscars, it seems relevant to include him here, used as part of the US weaponry against the German-Russian pipeline. It’s interesting… Continue reading What’s in the Pipeline Now?
A month has passed since I wrote this article, intended for publication in P&I. In the light of recent developments these initial observations are only made more relevant; not only has the NYT’s remark that the explosion was a “mystery” been shown to a deception, but the situation for people in Syria affected by the… Continue reading Breaking Fault-lines and Pipelines
In late October, and just a month after the sudden explosion of gas in the Baltic near the Danish island of Bornholm, the BBC’s correspondent Katya Adler accompanied a Norwegian Navy vessel that sent a diving crew down to look at the damage to the Nordstream pipelines. Their cover story was that the danger of… Continue reading An Act of War – NATO, Norway and the BBC.
After the protest rally in Washington two years ago, I spent a lot of time looking at video footage taken by a couple of the participants. Both were close to the doors to the senate chamber and filmed the shooting of Ashli Babbitt by a concealed security official. As the media reporting predictably focused on… Continue reading The Bullet that Broke the Nation.
The views of residents of Mariupol and Donetsk, independent and non-Western media, recording Ukraine’s war crimes.
A few days before Christmas the ‘city of Mary’, Mariupol, was suddenly featured in Western news reports. The Mariupol Drama Theatre, notoriously blown up by the Azov battalion in early March in a false flag operation that coincided with Kiev’s demands for a No Fly Zone, was being demolished, it said. Russia was apparently doing… Continue reading The Death and Rebirth of Mariupol