On the very day when Israel was ordered by the ICJ to submit a report on the measures it had taken to avoid acts of genocide since the court’s ruling on January 26th, Israeli tanks and soldiers opened fire on crowds gathered on Gaza’s ‘corniche’ – Al Rashid street – close to the heavily damaged… Continue reading On Gaza Beach
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.
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
The views of residents of Mariupol and Donetsk, independent and non-Western media, recording Ukraine’s war crimes.
Amongst the many false narratives circulating around the “liberation” of Kherson and its rather short-lived re-occupation by Kiev’s men, the extreme Nationalist allegiances of these men was carefully concealed. As the short clip below reveals however, this identity was quite proudly proclaimed after Mr Zelensky came to visit the city. This was not long ago,… Continue reading Imperial Skullduggery
While the leaders of the “breakaway” people’s republics of Donetsk and Luhansk and their neighboring and allied regions of Kherson and Zaporizhye were at the Kremlin in Moscow, Ukrainian forces took the opportunity to launch an attack on civilians fleeing Kiev’s control for the liberated areas. A similar missile strike – reportedly with a HIMARS… Continue reading The BBC and the Convoy of Lies.
The long-suffering and war-weary residents of Donetsk have had to learn about a new instrument in Kiev’s arsenal of torture devices in the last month. Unlike the missiles and bombs that wreck buildings and lives in an instant – but are then gone – these new devices float silently down from the sky and hide… Continue reading Kiev’s Little Rippers
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?