The inter-imperialist camp, as it has been called, has dedicated itself to painting the Ukraine conflict strictly in terms of inter-imperialist struggle. In their dedication to this interpretation, they have committed to a series of surprisingly extravagant claims, some of which I intend to gather here and hold up to the light.
I interview Steve Sweeney, International Editor of The Morning Star, anti-imperialist journalist, Founder of Media Workers for Palestine – an old fashioned journalist who goes where he writes about including to the NATO hub of military training, weapon trafficking and Nazi/Fascist elements in Ukraine – Lviv.
Is it possible that the war we thought we won in 1945 was merely a battle within a larger war for civilization whose outcome yet remains to be seen?
The massive support of the United States and its allies for the Ukrainian Banderites against Russia is comparable to the support of the same side in the early days of Hitler’s Germany against the USSR.
On 16 April 2015, seven years ago, Oles Buzina, Ukrainian journalist and writer, was shot dead in Kiev, after his personal data, including address, were published on the Ukro-Nazis hit list site Myrotvorets
“I believe this crisis to be the defining crisis of the 21st Century so far. … It is also something that may well define the shape of the planet for the rest of the century”
COVID has radically altered my view of academic science. The institution I was practically born into and believed worth saving now seems irrevocably compromised. The heads of health science funding suppressed research to support policies that caused 20 million people to starve.
The aid is effectively supporting the partition of Syria. Idlib province, and the militants which govern there, seek to separate permanently from Syria. They are attempting to Turkify the region through sectarian education, promoting the Turkish language and even using Turkish currency.
“Tools of Destabilisation: Mainstream Media Propaganda”
Those calling for transparency from the OPCW are not attempting to destroy the OPCW, on the contrary they have all expressed a desire to restore credibility to the organisation. The OPCW is a global security agency, it has now been afforded the mandate to attribute blame, a move supported primarily by the FUKUS alliance. Effectively this means the OPCW might be responsible for military intervention against another nation deemed to have used chemical weapons. How will the world be reassured that the report is not doctored as the OPCW has clearly falsified the Douma report according to its own senior inspectors? The future of global security hangs in the balance and airing concerns and respecting the opinions of experts in their field is the only way forward.