In this video, I’ve compiled a series of my recent videos that delve into the intricate history of Western powers in Ukraine. Starting from World War 2 and spanning through the Cold War era, I explore the significant events that have shaped the region. From there, I take you on a journey through the events of the recent decades, leading up to the fateful day when Russia launched its Special Military Operation on February 24th, 2022.

Read More »

The narrative of the “unprovoked war” in Ukraine falls apart

Since the start of the Ukraine war in 2022, the White House and the entire US media have proclaimed that the conflict was an “unprovoked war” launched by a single man, Vladimir Putin, on February 24, 2022.

The narrative of the “unprovoked war” in Ukraine falls apart

*Disclaimer: The views expressed herein are solely those of the author and may or may not reflect those of Ms. Cat’s Chronicles.


Editorial Board interview: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg: The war in Ukraine has fundamentally changed NATO, but then you have to remember the war didn’t start in 2022. The war started in 2014. And since then, NATO has implemented the biggest reinforcement of our collective defense since the end of the Cold War.

Against Half-Solidarity and False Pacifism

Revealed: Belarusian neo-Nazi leader obtained UK missiles in Ukraine

Sergei Korotkikh acquired anti-tank launchers from Britain, despite being accused of beheading a migrant when he led a neo-Nazi group in Russia. UK-supplied weapons have reached a range of far-right forces in Ukraine, our investigation finds.

Revealed: Belarusian neo-Nazi leader obtained UK missiles in Ukraine


Serhii Korotkykh – Prominent Azov movement player and former police official

Serhii Korotkykh is a Belarusian neo-Nazi and the founder of the Ukrainian NGO Protection and Reconstruction of the Country (also known as Zirka or “Start”). He uses the nickname Malyuta in Ukrainian and Botsman in Russian. Korotkykh is also a former member of the far right organization, Russian National Unity (RNE).

Korotkykh is “Botsman” of the Bucha massacre. Konstantin Nemichev tortured Russian POWs.