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Tom Winter

Contributing editor and volunteer translator Tom Winter, retired Classics professor, monitors the news in 6 languages, and sometimes cannot help writing satire, since that’s what today’s news mostly deserves

Voices crying in the wilderness: Countering the MSM Advantage

Why do we need to give people like Giraldi and McGovern? They both “know where the bodies are buried.” Ray McGovern worked for the CIA for 27 years under seven presidents – from John F. Kennedy to George H.W. Bush. He gave personal briefings to three presidents in the 1980s, particularly on Russia. Giraldi was a CIA Case Officer and Army Intelligence Officer who spent twenty years overseas in Europe and the Middle East working terrorism cases.

Zaxharova on ten years of war in Syria

On the tragic anniversary of the beginning of the devastating and bloody events in Syria, one cannot but recall the numerous atrocities committed by terrorists against the civilian population, and the provocations of pseudo-humanitarian workers from the White Helmets with the use of chemical weapons, inspired by their Western patrons.

An essay on the national war-selling teamwork

“Did I say the lie comes first? My bad. It’s the targeting that comes first: In March of 2015, President Obama issued a ukase declaring Venezuela a “National Security Threat.” This alerted us that Nicolas Maduro was in the cross-hairs of US foreign policy. What followed? Why, we learn that he is guilty of drug trafficking.”

It’s war on Russia, and The West’s game plan for it is public

The US pressure on AllSeas that drove them from the Nordstream II project, and which is still ongoing; the US insistence that Ukraine NOT talk to the Republics of Lugansk and Donetsk — guaranteeing that peace will not happen — the new war on Russia’s ally Armenia, the riots in Belarus, are no grand coincidence. They area all in the plan.