If you happen to be a member of the ‘international community’ – i.e., if you live in North America, Europe or Australia/New Zealand – you may have noticed a subtle shift in recent years in what you ‘know’ about Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin. From being just another country that you might like to visit one day, Russia and its leader have been transformed into the source of much of the world’s problems. Read More →

Since the collapse (thanks to the US government and military) of the Russian-American ceasefire in Syria, the US has been doing what little it can with the options it has left, using the international media as its personal lapdog in service to more war and carnage, and threatening to arm terrorists with MANPADS and other heavy weaponry. Meanwhile, its narcissistic inability to ‘play nice with others’ is causing it to spiral out of control, losing allies around the globe and pushing it into open conflict with massively armed opponents Russia and China. Read More →

In his 1925 autobiography Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler wrote that the best way to manipulate public opinion en masse was to use the ‘big lie’ – a lie so “colossal” that no one would believe that someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.” Read More →

CNN’s front page today

Things have not been going well for the US government’s (and friends’) 5-year-long attempt to use proxy terror forces to overthrow the Assad government. The first death-knell came last September when the Russian air force entered the fray to great effect (and applause from all sensible people). Read More →

Like it or not, this is what democracy looks like.

So, has everyone noticed what’s going on? Has everyone taken stock of the ‘brink’ on which we now stand? July 2016 has been a month of absolute mayhem all over the world, with brutal and bloody terror attacks occurring almost everywhere – much of it no doubt organized and premeditated, and some of it ‘spontaneous’ madness resulting from the former. The main event, however, has undoubtedly been the attempted coup in Turkey, which was effectively an act of war by NATO’s largest member-state against its second-largest. Read More →

Social tension in the US appears to be at a boiling point. In the span of a week we have seen the deaths of two civilians – Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota – at the hands of cops. The two deaths were caught on video and have further enraged public opinion in the US, in particular among the black community, which has borne the brunt of police brutality for many years. Within a few days of the slaying of Sterling and Castile, five police officers were shot dead by “a sniper” during a ‘Black Lives Matter’ march in Dallas, held in protest against the police killing of the two men. Is someone trying to stir things up in the USA? Read More →

The spoils of war: migrant children wait by the fence on the Greek side of the border to enter Macedonia

Perhaps the only positive thing about the deteriorating social and environmental conditions on our planet is the fact that they tend to drive our ‘leaders’ to increasingly desperate acts to secure their positions in power. As part of this process, this ‘elite’ are also given to telling increasingly outrageous and transparent lies. Take the Syria/Turkey/Russia/EU/US refugee debacle that has been raging for over 2 years for example. Read More →

A poignant portrait of one of the British government’s terrorists, ruthlessly gunned down by Putin himself.

A headline, from today, on the British Guardian newspaper’s web site:

Murder in Istanbul: Kremlin’s hand suspected in shooting of Chechen

‘Oh, those terrible Russians and that ruthless Putin are up to their old extrajudicial murder tricks again! Will they never learn about real democracy! At least we, the great Western public (and therefore representatives of the ‘global community’), are holding them to account as best we can by imposing ‘sanctions’ and hysterically demonizing them every time they fly a plane near Scotland.’ Read More →

cameron-ISISWatching British MPs try to make the case¬† for authorizing the British military to “bomb ISIS” in Syria is reminding me of the time I saw a cat try to bury shit on a tiled floor. Read More →

In my latest appearance on PressTV’s World News, I was asked to comment on US President Obama’s statements regarding the shooting down of a Russian Su-24 bomber by a Turkish F-16 fighter jet last week. Have a listen to US foreign policy explained in under 3 minutes…

 

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