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The dangers of American patriotism

June 23, 2015 Psychology Today Is American Patriotism Getting Out of Hand? Patriotism shouldn’t be hostile, divisive, and uninformed  Post published by David Niose on Mar 15, 2015 in Our Humanity, Naturally It’s been called the last refuge of scoundrels. It is undeniably linked to “us-against-them” tribal impulses, rooted in emotion and often impervious to […]

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RIP Ukraine (born 1991 – died 2014)

June 2nd, 2015 –  – Op-Ed by: Tomasz Pierscionek Occasionally the ruling class led media inadvertently lets the truth slip out. In March 2015, leading US business magazine Forbes revealed that Crimeans prefer to remain part of Russia rather than rejoin Ukraine. Repeat polls, some of which were conducted by Western organisations, gave similar results .  As expected, […]

Mozgovoy’s Murder and the Role of Western Journalists

May 24th, 2015 By: Joaquin Flores: Op/Ed on the rights and responsibilities of ‘global journalists and analysts’.  The murder of Mozgovoy yesterday sent shock waves through Novorossiya, its citizens and fighters, and the community of those closely following the unfolding events in Ukraine and Novorossiya.  Due to the nature of reporting, journalism, and in maintaining the […]

Ukraine is moving to Russia

Antifascist May 18, 2015 Aleksey Zhuravko Antifascist Translated by Kristina Rus HOW OUR PEOPLE HAVE BEEN FOOLED: UKRAINE MOVES TO RUSSIA I want to share with you my impressions of a trip to the border of Ukraine and Russia. What immediately catches the eye – hundreds of cars from Western Ukraine, Vinnitsa, Transcarpathia, Volyn, Ternopil, […]