Tag Archives: Ukraine
It’s a weaving together rather than domination of one over the other. A lesson for all.
An eye-opening object lesson in U.S. military strength around the world with a special in depth report on Ukraine.
Peace activists Ann Wright and Marie Braun are featured on Northern Sun News with Don Olson on KFAI Radio. PLAYLIST TRACKS: Listen Now Download Guest: Marie Braun Title: Peace Activist Topics: Report on peace movement, questions for Sen Amy Klobuchar, update on local peace activities Guest: Ann Wright Title: US Army Cool (Ret) former US Foreign Service Officer […]
There are multiple efforts at present to strengthen and revive the peace movement in the United States, and this is a critical necessity. As we wrote several weeks ago, a crisis either manufactured or not can be used to impose greater restrictions on our civil liberties and push through unpopular policies. It is up to […]
Western news outlets and governments even take pride in blocking such dissenting views and contrary information from reaching the American and European publics.
If Russia’s actions are to be considered “aggression” or an “invasion”, one must find a whole new word to describe what the United States did to Iraq in 2003.
John Pilger describes the dangers of confrontation between the United States and Russia, and between the US and China, and how a ‘conspiracy of silence’ has excluded vital debate from the US election campaign
That’s the point I was making, that propaganda always leads to war, and that the world war that has begun is the propaganda war … a kind of censorship by omission. You simply leave out the most salient points of the information that people have, and have a right to. This information shows the utter hypocrisy.
Lindorff: 10: If the US provides funds to organizations inside another country, which then
organize protests, marches and bloody assaults, and ultimately drive the elected
government out of office, as the US did in Ukraine, is that subversion?
Objective answer: Yes
US media answer: No
Nearly 60 million people are currently displaced from their homes by war and persecution — more than at any time since World War II. Half are children.
The Intercept: Glenn Greenwald — Oct. 29
The fallacy of “whataboutism” is now a favorite Western tactic for distracting from one’s own abuses, demanding that one’s citizens focus on the crimes of other governments rather than their own.
Evergreene Digest: Glenn Greenwald | NYT Claims US Abides by Cluster Bomb Treaty, The Exact Opposite of Reality
Article: The advocacy group Cluster Munition Coalition just issued its annual report finding that cluster bombs had been used in five countries this year: Syria, Libya, Yemen, Ukraine and Sudan.
Read the Fine Print! Bruce Gagnon Organizing Notes July 5, 2015 Click on the letter for a clearer view Bruce Gagnon is coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space. He offers his own reflections on organizing and the state of America’s declining empire…. Media for the people! Click here to […]
When war breaks out, most non-combatants run the other way. But a handful of courageous reporters see it as their duty to tell the world what’s happening on the ground. And many pay a high price. By Kitty Stapp OSC NationofChange.org May 30, 2015 Since 1992, 1,129 journalists have been killed on the job, 38 percent of […]
Gagnon: Anyone in the west that speaks out against this provocative US-NATO chaos plan is “Putinized” in a classic replay of 1950’s style red-baiting.