Never have the words of South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu been more appropriate: “To remain neutral in a situation of injustice is to choose the side of the oppressor”. Following the ICJ’s unanimous decision to accept South Africa’s case that Israel is committing a genocide in Gaza, those who support international law and human rights… Continue reading Time to Choose a Side
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.
Just say these words Mr Grossi – “UKRAINE has to stop the shelling” around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant and the town of Ernohodar. “The shelling has to stop” is not enough; the AFU’s shelling has to stop. Just tell them to stop endangering us all with their nuclear terrorism, and let everyone hear it.… Continue reading NATO’s Nuclear Terrorism
Kiev’s desperation – silencing the Azov POWs
No-one disputes that many war crimes have been committed since Russian forces moved into Ukraine. But the question is by whom and under what circumstances were such crimes committed. How can we assess claims and denials from both parties without prejudice and supposition? There has been a lot of fuss in the Western media sphere… Continue reading Whose War Crimes in Ukraine?
The continuing focus on the alleged Russian war crimes in Bucha makes it more vital than ever to expose the absence of any evidence linking Russia to these undoubted atrocities. This was highlighted by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ visit to Moscow and then to Kiev, where he appeared alongside ‘Elensky in matching green sweatshirt… Continue reading Forging War, Burying Truth.
Will we go to war on the basis of manipulated satellite images? The Bucha forgeries must be exposed.
What is happening now in Mariupol – where we are told Russia has “obliterated the city” on the same day that 100,000 Russians pack the Moscow stadium to hear and see their President speak – can only be compared with what “happened” to Mosul at the hands of the US military machine. Mosul was “occupied… Continue reading From Mosul to Mariupol