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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.

A Working Imitation of The Life-Size Model of Freedom

By Arthur Evans – Crimea and its semi-legal status is a perfect illustration of the impact that the “color” revolutions of the past decade have had on the freedom of speech in the countries where they happened. If you want to see what freedom of speech will look like in a disputed territory, you don’t […]

Betrayal? Natalya Poklonskaya Throws Donbass Under the Bus

CRIMEA – Natalya Poklonskaya, a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation from the Crimea, gave an interview to Ukrainian propagandist Dmitry Gordon. There were several controversial points in the conversation. Poklonskaya said that Donbass is Ukraine. “I have two homelands. This is Alekseevka, well, Donbass. Where I lived for seven years, where I lived a […]

Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance

Whether the neo cons infesting the US administration successfully subvert this potential for a new paradigm which would be unstoppable under a Russia-China-India-USA alliance, or not remains an open question, but Trump’s firing of Bolton will hopefully represent a new purge of war mongering sociopaths while opening the door to a new foreign policy doctrine.

Hailstorms, Floods, Typhoons Hit Russia (VIDEO)

MOSCOW – In the last 24 hours, six people were killed in the storm which hit the coast of the Crimean Peninsula. Much further to the east, a heavy shower and hailstorm hit Barnaul, a city and the administrative center of Altai Krai in southern Siberia. As a result, a light snow cover laid onto […]