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Ukraine and the Apocalyptic Risk of Propagandized Ignorance
17.06.15 13:07 Global Security
I’m not sure if there’s been a better written book published yet this year than Ukraine: Zbig’s Grand Chessboard and How the West Was Checkmated, but I’m confident there’s not been a more important one. With some 17,000 nuclear bombs in the world, the United States and Russia have about 16,000 of them. The United States is aggressively flirting with World War III, the people of the United States have not the foggiest notion of how or why, and authors Natylie Baldwin and Kermit Heartsong explain it all quite clearly. Go ahead and tell me there’s nothing you’re now spending your time on that’s less important than this
David Swanson
 

Russian Pivot: Greek PM Schedules Putin Meeting Ahead Of "Lehman Weekend"
16.06.15 17:54 European trends
Earlier this month, we reported that Greece is prepared to sign an MOU of political support for Gazprom’s Turkish Stream Pipeline, when Alexis Tsipras visits St. Petersburg for the International Economic Forum this week
Zerohedge
 

Can Syria Survive?
14.06.15 11:17 Middle East
It’s a dangerous equation in the Syrian war that the further you are from Damascus, the more Bashar al-Assad’s regime seems doomed. And the more you drive around the vast area still held by government forces – and I’ve just completed around 1,100 miles of mountains, desert and battle fronts – the more you realise that the war will go on
Robert Fisk
 

The russian neocon: Ukraine SITREP June 11th, 2015 by Scott
12.06.15 19:26 f.USSR
I want to start today’s SITREP by introducing you to a very curious document developed by the European Parliament in 2012 titled: The Composition of Russia’s New Cabinet and Presidential Administration, and its Significance
The Saker
 

Canada’s Harper Government Provides Military Training to Neo-Nazi Ukraine National Guard
10.06.15 18:14 European trends
The Canadian media has highlighted Prime Minister Harper’s one on one meeting with Ukraine’s president Poroshenko in Kiev (June 5, 2015). The official story which has been fed to Canadians is that Ottawa is providing “non-lethal aid” as well support to the country’s civilian police force
Michel Chossudovsky
 

Is Washington Planning “Operation Barbarossa 2.0″? War against Russia?
07.06.15 19:20 Global Security
On June 22, 1941, Hitler launched Operation Barbarossa against the Soviet Union – perhaps the largest ever invasion force by one country against another involving up to four million combat and support troops.
Stephen Lendman
 

Donbass and the “Big Game”: Reformatting Ukraine is on the Agenda. “Russia will not Remain on the Sidelines”
05.06.15 18:24 European trends
Latest horrible ceasefire violations in Donbass by the Kiev’s regime are likely intended to demonstrate the “inefficiency” of the OSCE mission to its Western patrons and are evidence of Ukraine’s attempts to circumvent the jurisdiction of the Minsk truce co-brokered by Russia, Germany, and France
Oriental Review
 

The South China Sea Word War
04.06.15 12:44 Global Security
As Cold War 2.0 between the U.S. and Russia remains far from being defused, the last thing the world needs is a reincarnation of Bushist hawk Donald “known unknowns” Rumsfeld
Pepe Escobar
 

Former Georgia President Saakashvili’s Appointment as Governor of Odessa, What Implications for Transnistria
02.06.15 09:52 European trends
iscussing Mikheil Saakashvili’s appointment as governor of Odessa, journalist Aleksandr Chalenko states that the promotion is not as absurd as might first appear. In his view, a key factor in Poroshenko’s decision lies in how Saakashvili will deal with Transnistria, a breakaway Moldovan region whose stability is guaranteed by Russian peacekeepers
Sputnik
 

ISIL, Kiev’s Nazis, And The Rage Against History
01.06.15 09:24 Global Security
The US’ regional proxies in the Mideast and Ukraine are on a rampage against history, doing whatever they can to bury their associated countries’ past so that they can more easily build their version of a ‘utopian’ future. This trend of ‘historical warfare’ is endemic of the militarization of historical memory that the US is rolling out all throughout Eurasia. With ISIL grabbing global headlines over its seizure of Palmyra and the urgent threat this poses to the UNESCO world heritage site there, it’s worthy to revisit how the terrorist group’s anti-historical crusade actually doesn’t differ at all from what the Kievan Nazis are doing in Ukraine, and how all of this destruction connects together with the new type of asymmetrical warfare that the US is practicing across Eurasia
Andrew Korybko
 

Who’s Driving the Rohingya into the Sea?
31.05.15 10:34 Asia rising
As the plight of the Rohingya, driven from Myanmar into the sea, gains increasing international attention, the same familiar voices across the West have begun climbing upon their soapboxes and pointing fingers at each and every nation refusing to accept them upon their shores. What is not mentioned, conveniently, is who drove them into the sea to begin with
Tony Cartalucci
 

Secret Meeting in London to “End Cash”
28.05.15 06:18 Economics
Economist Martin Armstrong claims there is a “secret meeting to end cash” set to take place in London before the end of the month involving representatives from the ECB and the Federal Reserve
Paul Joseph Watson
 

World War II: “Operation Unthinkable”, Churchill’s Planned Invasion of the Soviet Union, July 1945
28.05.15 05:49 Memories
In late May 1945 Josef Stalin ordered Marshall Georgy Zhukov to leave Germany and come to Moscow. He was concerned over the actions of British allies. Stalin said the Soviet forces disarmed Germans and sent them to prisoners’ camps while British did not. Instead they cooperated with Germans troops and let them maintain combat capability
Yuriy Rubtsov
 

A Fake Caliphate: Perfect US Strategic Asset
27.05.15 05:39 Middle East
The “civilized” West dispenses with massive crocodile tears as Ancient Silk Road pearl of the desert Palmyra falls to ISIS/ISIL/Daesh
Pepe Escobar
 

The Japanese Pivot
25.05.15 19:31 Asia rising
Will Japan agree to drop its claims on the South Kurile islands for the sake of signing a peace treaty with Russia? Even a couple of years ago I would have said with certainty that its not possible, and that the Japanese will continue to cover our islands to the last
Fritzmorgen
 
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