The Ukraine crisis rubs home the same messages we received loud and clear during the Great Covid Hysteria: Left and Right are meaningless now, the default option for any untoward contingency arising is to go to panic stations, muzzle any dissent, and bring in restrictions/interventions/sanctions without a thought about the side effects, or even direct consequences.
“Martyanov shows that America’s disintegration is irreversible because the ruling elites are an organic part of the calamitous sources of dysfunction that have destroyed the country”
The resulting standoff will closely resemble the Cold War, where Nato and Soviet-led Warsaw Pact forces faced off across the frontier separating East and West Germany. This is the new reality that the world woke up to on Feb. 24 — a Cold War that the West neither wanted, predicted nor is prepared to undertake.
“This war will not stop until Russia is conquered and divided, or has put an end to the US offensive.”
Today I speak with friend, colleague and outstanding on-the-ground journalist, Eva Bartlett.
In 2019 Eva visited Donbass, Ukraine and Crimea. As always Eva brings out the heart of the situation from the people that are being “disappeared” by the criminal legacy media outlets in service to US/UK/NATO predator foreign policy.
Those who have supported the virus narratives and lockdowns have potentially aided mass murderers.
The COVID narrative is falling apart,[i] and the great post-pandemic cover-up has begun.
After a major backlash from the enraged public, GoFundMe has stated it will automatically refund all $9 million to the individual donors.
My latest interview with Facts on the Ground covering the Biden ISIS “assassination” , the CIA-managed ISIS ‘break-out” and the new push to destabilise Syria by the US, UK and Qatar.
“How will historians a generation or two from now write about this war on Yemen? Will there be any interest in inspecting more deeply what happened, why, and under whose watch such a crime was committed? Or will future historians resort to repeating the dominant frames used to characterize (or ignore) this war on Yemen used today?”