December 3, 2022
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Anglican Leader Tours Ukraine
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Anglican Leader Tours Ukraine
December 3, 2022

Though it is not easy to fill The Shoes of the Fisherman, Pope Francis need not be the total klutz or MI5 muppet all Welby’s ineloquent speaking in tongues, is.

Srebrenica in the Ukraine
December 2, 2022

Even The New York Times was unable to spin the recent gruesome murder of Russian prisoners at the hands of Kiev Nazi regime forces.

Srebrenica in the Ukraine
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Eurozone Faces Record-High Inflation
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Eurozone Faces Record-High Inflation
December 2, 2022

The euro area is facing rising prices, with energy prices being the main drivers of inflation. Having decided to cut energy ties with Russia, the EU is doing its best to keep energy prices growing.

Ukraine Demands Yet More NATO Weapons and Generators
December 1, 2022

Although Ukraine’s power grid has been heavily hit, it is as nothing compared to what Syria is suffering this very day.

Ukraine Demands Yet More NATO Weapons and Generators
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Current Russian tactics are the absolute opposite of the military theory of concentrated force developed by Napoleon, Pepe Escobar writes.
It is absurd to blame Moscow for using “food as a weapon” when the people who are making the accusation are the same ones who are blocking Russia from exporting commodities.
Putin in fact did nail where we are: on the edge of a Revolution.
Russia will not allow the Empire to control Ukraine, whatever it takes. That’s intrinsically linked to the future of the Greater Eurasia Partnership.
Moscow may need to make the Western military infrastructure and its authoring centers for the Kiev regime take a direct hit too in order to reinforce its red lines.
This is an existential war. A do or die affair, Pepe Escobar writes.
Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev may be resting in peace. But the rest of the world is not.
The vile assassination of Darya Dugina, or terror at the gates of Moscow, is not really solved, Pepe Escobar writes.
Darya Dugina will be flying like an eagle in an otherworldly sky.
It’s tempting to visualize the overwhelming collective West debacle as a rocket, faster than free fall, plunging into the black void maelstrom of complete socio-political breakdown.