In recent years NATO – essentially the USA and Western Europe – has bared its fascist roots through multiple interventions across four continents.NATO’s fascist history
Nikolay Patrushev, Secretary of the Russian Security Council, in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta, spoke about the tasks of the Russian special operation and the role of the United States in supporting neo-nazis. And also – about the near future of Europe, the Russian gold and foreign exchange reserves and sanctions. And also about what changes await our country in the near future.Patrushev: The West Has Created an Empire of Lies Presupposing the Destruction of Russia
The atomic bomb isn’t the most powerful weapon that the U.S. imperialists have ever used. There’s an even stronger tool that it constantly uses to inflict violence, and that tool is propaganda. It doesn’t merely cause harm to the people it targets, it turns them into monsters. Monsters who are willing to kill their fellow human beings for the benefit of American capital, and believe they’re doing so for a righteous cause.Ukraine: How the U.S. Empire Uses Propaganda to Turn People into Monsters
The supreme target is regime change in Russia, Ukraine is just a pawn in the game – or worse, mere cannon fodder.Make Nazism Great Again
NED’s history should lead to it being renamed the “National Endowment for Attacking Democracy,” as journalist Stephen Kinzer suggests.If the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) Is Subverting Democracy—Why Aren’t Some of the Left Media Calling It Out?
The U.S. has declared that Donbass is different. How it is different, nobody will say, because you are not supposed to ask, writes Vladimir Golstein.
There once was a country called Yugoslavia. It was a multi-ethnic, multi-religious federalist country, rather prosperous by Socialist standards, and consisting of proud people who stood up to Adolph Hitler and even Joseph Stalin.What Is the Difference Between Kosovo & Donbass?
As I watch the U.S. imperialists manufacture a crisis in Ukraine, putting forth fabricated accounts of Russian provocations so that further military buildup throughout the region can be justified, I think of what Albert Camus said about humanity’s capacity for evil in the modern era.NATO’s Nazis in Ukraine, anti-Russian war propaganda, & our human crisis