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.
In making comparisons between the war on Syria and the war on Donbass – as I did in the previous article, “from Damascus to Donetsk”, it is impossible to avoid noticing that what has played out for years in Syria is now playing out in days in Ukraine. It is a striking dissimilarity between the… Continue reading From the ISIS to the AZOV.
Travelling west from the centre of Moscow past the Kievskaya building leads one to Park Pobedi – Victory park – and to one of the most dramatic monuments in the world to victory over fascism. The huge bronze sculpture of St George slaying the Nazi dragon provided the inspiration for my Christmas greetings card in… Continue reading From Damascus to Donetsk..
Shortly after Malaysian Airways flight MH17 was shot down over Donetsk, veteran Australian journalist and Sydney Morning Herald correspondent Paul McGeogh was alerted to a key part of it by a local from where the cockpit section of the plane had fallen. The photo below of the left side of the plane’s cockpit briefly made… Continue reading The Holes in Kiev’s Plot.