Western Media Continues to Ignore Ukraine is Using NATO Weapons to Kill Civilians in the Donbass

Eva Bartlett

On Monday, Ukraine slaughtered 16 civilians, including two children, with 155mm NATO shells, according to the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), Denis Pushilin. The projectiles hit two adjacent neighborhoods, decimating residential and commercial areas – including a market that had previously suffered fatal attacks.

Western Media Continues to Ignore Ukraine is Using NATO Weapons to Kill Civilians in the Donbass
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Why Ukraine referendum is a big deal

The referendum on September 23-27 in the Donbass and southern Kherson and Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine on their accession to Russian Federation is, prima facie, an exercise of the right of self-determination by the native population who reject the western-backed regime change in Kiev in 2014 and the ascendancy of extreme nationalist forces with neo-Nazi leanings in the power structure.

Why Ukraine referendum is a big deal

Former SMART-TD top official floats idea of forcing through sellout rail contract even if workers reject

A former top railroad union official has floated the idea of union bureaucrats forcing through a sellout contract even if workers vote it down, either by unilaterally declaring it passed or having it enforced by the government by sending it to binding arbitration.

Former SMART-TD top official floats idea of forcing through sellout rail contract even if workers reject

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Might Union Chiefs Override Member Vote?

Notwithstanding the Biden Administration basking in the political sunlight of tentative agreements being reached, the threat of an economy-jolting nationwide rail shutdown remains—and will be pinned on Biden and Democrats if it occurs prior to mid-term elections in November. Hence, there’s chatter as to whether rail labor leaders, very much invested in Democratic success in mid-term elections, might override a membership rejection of the tentative agreement or, alternatively, seek binding arbitration so as to avoid a work stoppage damaging to Democratic candidates.

[09-07-22] International Criminal Court stops accepting Donbass Republics materials on Kiev crimes in Donbass

Donetsk, Sep 7 — DAN. The International Criminal Court has stopped accepting materials on Kiev war crimes in Donbass from representatives of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, DPR Foreign Minister Natalia Nikonorova said at a press briefing at the Donetsk News Agency on Wednesday.

International Criminal Court stops accepting Donbass Republics materials on Kiev crimes in Donbass

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