Does Chrystia Freeland have a Sickle to Grind?

Zelensky confirmed Ukraine’s course towards EU and NATO at a 2019 Toronto meeting with Freeland. Freeland has been a critic of Russia since the Glasnost days. And we are to quietly believe that her provocations prompted no red flags for Putin? By Gabriel Sinduda – In July 2019 President elect Zelensky arrived with an entourage […]

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Canada’s History of Promoting Anti-Russian Ukrainian Nationalism

By Yves Engler As originally published in Socialist Project – Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine is a flagrant violation of international law. It has led to thousands of deaths, millions of refugees, and tens of billions of dollars in damage. Troublingly, the situation could get worse if the escalatory political response sweeping Canada is any […]

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Can We Trust the Media’s Reporting on Russia and Ukraine?

By Jack Etkin For NYCBC News – In a word … No. Canadians should absolutely not believe what Canada’s corporate owned media are telling us about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The very same word applies to our very own Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: No. This war is a disaster for the people of Ukraine. It’s […]

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NATO expanding into Asia-Pacific to militarily encircle China as well as Russia

While it wages a proxy war on Russia in Ukraine, the US-led NATO military alliance plans to encircle China and expand into the Asia-Pacific region, collaborating with Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. By Benjamin Norton As published in MultiPolarista – The deceptively named North Atlantic Treaty Organization is expanding into the Asia-Pacific region. […]

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Western war drive with Russia: US is using Ukraine as ‘cannon fodder’

By Yuliy DubovykAs published in MultiPolarista– I am a Ukrainian-American. I grew up and spent over half of my life in Ukraine, although now I live in the United States. I wanted to explain my thoughts on the ongoing crisis with Russia, because mainstream corporate media outlets don’t ever share perspectives like mine. It is […]

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The US-NATO War of Aggression against Yugoslavia

By Michel Chossudovsky Global Research E-Book, March 2021 – Preface Twenty-two years ago in the early hours of March 24, 1999, NATO began the bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. “The operation was code-named “Allied Force ” – a cold, uninspired and perfectly descriptive moniker” according to Nebosja Malic.  In 1999, when Belgrade was bombed, the children’s hospital […]

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The Great Russian Restoration?

By Rolo Slavski March 8, 2022 Originally posted in The Occidental Observer I. The Purge of the Liberal Media and Rumblings of Economic Nationalization There have been multiple overviews of the situation in Ukraine from former government officials, former military officers and veteran Russia watchers over the last month. Most of them present a fairly […]

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Chris Hedges: Chronicle of a War Foretold

By Chris Hedges February 24, 2022   After the fall of the Soviet Union, there was a near universal understanding among political leaders that NATO expansion would be a foolish provocation against Russia. How naive we were to think the military-industrial complex would allow such sanity to prevail. I was in Eastern Europe in 1989, reporting […]

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