39 questions about the war in Ukraine

Riley Waggaman Igor Strelkov’s Angry Patriots Club (КРП) has published a list of questions about Russia’s “special military operation” in Ukraine. Most of their questions are highly pertinent; some of them are a bit superfluous; a few—in your correspondent’s humble opinion—are misguided and a bit silly. But we decided to publish them all in hopes of starting …

“Eva Bartlett: Western Silence As Ukraine Targets Civilians in Donbass”

“Addressing the EIR Symposium, “Peace On Earth, Or Humanity’s Doom? The Case For Negotiations,” Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett, who was granted the 2017 International Journalism Award by the Journalists’ Club of Mexico and has spent years doing on-the-ground reporting of wars in the Middle East, gave an eyewitness account of the ongoing genocide against the… Read More “Eva Bartlett: Western Silence As Ukraine Targets Civilians in Donbass”

The ADL issues statement declaring Ukraine’s Azov Battalion no longer ‘far-right’

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has emailed The Grayzone a defense of the Azov Battalion and refused to condemn the Pentagon for honoring a veteran of the group who sports Nazi-inspired tattoos. A November 9 email from the Anti-Defamation League to The Grayzone provided a twisted defense of Ukraine’s Azov Battalion. Despite its self-proclaimed “anti-hate” mission, the ADL  insisted in the email it “does not” consider Azov as the “far right group it once was.” The Azov Battalion is a neo-Nazi […]

Debunking Western Media’s Latest Mariupol Mass Grave Hoax, By Actually Going to the Cemeteries in Question

In recent days Western media have resurrected the “mass graves” near Mariupol claims, and since—unlike any of the people behind those claims, I’m actually in the Donetsk People’s Republic and actually went to the sites in question—I made this video to debunk the propaganda.

DPR Civilians On Why They Wanted A Referendum To Join Russia

My overview of the DPR referendum to join Russia. It’s mainly the people themselves talking, over the course of 5 days, including door-to-door voting (no, not at gunpoint) and voting in voting stations on the 5th day. Western commentators would do well to listen to them (but we know they won’t). Summary: -they waited 8… Read More DPR Civilians On Why They Wanted A Referendum To Join Russia

My interview from Donetsk on the people’s eagerness to vote to join Russia

Interview I did on RT yesterday, after observing the DPR referendum (from September 23-27) on whether to join Russia. UPDATE: Censortube removed the video, but it’s still on my Odysee and on my Telegram. During that time, I visited areas where voting was occurring in homes/apartments to lessen the opportunity for Ukraine to shell large… Read More My interview from Donetsk on the people’s eagerness to vote to join Russia