Monthly Archives: October 2016

Russophobia and the dark art of anti-Russian magazine covers

OffGuardian by Dominic Basulto at Medium Chances are, if a story about Russia appears on the cover of a major Western magazine, it’s not good news. Most likely, there’s been an international scandal, a breakout of geopolitical tensions, the resumption … Continue reading

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“Et tu, Brute?” A Message from Donetsk to Iosif Kobzon

Originally posted on SLAVYANGRAD.org:
Original: narzur.ru  Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by Gleb Bazov Iosif Davydovich Kobzon—until recently so respected, so loved by us, conquering our hearts with your fealty to compatriots, with your support for our mortal struggle…

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Sudan, Africa and the Mosaic of Horrors

OffGuardian by Andre Vltchek, October 21, 2016, via Counterpunch “What could be the most striking image, one that would clearly illustrate the destructive involvement of the United States in Sudan?” I ask. “In short, what should I photograph, that could … Continue reading

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EU SPIN:THE CITIZEN’S EYE VIEW

Originally posted on The Slog.:
From this morning’s Guardian: Last night I posted this piece pointing out how neglected (and perniciously ridiculed) direct personal experience of a situation has become in our culture. I’d like (briefly) to colour in that…

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“Selling Regime Change to the Masses

https://consortiumnews.com/2016/10/28/selling-regime-change-wars-to-the-masses/ Selling ‘Regime Change’ Wars to the Masses October 28, 2016 Propaganda is now such a pervasive part of Western governance that any foreign leader who resists the prevailing power structure can be turned into a demon and made a … Continue reading

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A Measure of Fascism in America

OffGuardian by Marcus Aurealeus, Facebook Note, August 23, 2015 The word “fascism” is generally used today as a pejorative to attack any idea that a speaker happens to dislike. But this word has a specific meaning and a specific historical … Continue reading

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Russia, Turkey, Israel and a New Balance of Power

Originally posted on Eurasia News Online:
25.10.2016 Author: F. William Engdahl Originally published by New Eastern Outlook  ? If nature abhors a vacuum, geopolitics does so even more. The vote by a majority of the citizens of Great Britain to…

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