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
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?
Looking at the UK’s hand in setting the “dirty bomb” against Russia; signs from the BBC in Chernobyl.
Not long after the truck-bomb attack on the Kerch Straits bridge, the head of GCHQ, Sir Jeremy Fleming, gave a “rare address” at RUSI, the Royal United Services Institute. The contents of his speech were detailed in multiple media two days earlier, as reported in this article from the Sydney Morning Herald. Had it not… Continue reading GCHQ and the UKraine.
There was a time – we still remember – when all nations respected the need to maintain civil diplomatic relations with official enemies. This time has not passed for those states who share Vladimir Putin’s views of the new multi-polar world – expressed with such style and clarity in his recent speech at the Kremlin.… Continue reading Russian Diplomacy vs the Empire of Lies.
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.
If Kiev and its backers really wanted to silence the truth, they should have known better than to put a bomb under Darya Dugina’s car. But not only did they draw the Western audience’s attention to this smart and highly committed war correspondent, they risked also giving support to her cause – fighting for the… Continue reading For Dasha – for Russia
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.