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Srebrenica in the Ukraine
World
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.

Fact Check Ukraine
November 21, 2022

Let’s take Kherson and FTX as two examples of NATO’s censorship of the hard and soft wars over Ukraine.

Fact Check Ukraine
Society
Poppy Day Poppycock
History
Poppy Day Poppycock
November 7, 2022

The abuse of the Poppy goes back over a century, to the eleventh minute of the eleventh hour of the eleventh month, November 11th 1918.

Israel’s secret, illegal biological war against Arabs
October 27, 2022

For decades the use of banned biological weapons during the Nakba was kept hidden in Israel’s archives. Recent discoveries have shed light not only on this Zionist war crime, but also the sinister motive behind it.

Israel’s secret, illegal biological war against Arabs
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How the Pro-Ukraine NAFO Troll Operation Crowd-Funds War Criminals
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How the Pro-Ukraine NAFO Troll Operation Crowd-Funds War Criminals
October 20, 2022

Celebrated in mainstream US media for its anti-Russian trolling, the Twitter operation known as NAFO was founded by a Polish antisemite to raise money for a militia that has hosted war criminals, white nationalists and wanted murderers.

Cruelties of the Queen’s Reign
September 10, 2022

Negative reaction to the queen’s passing was not limited to the Global South. Despite the historic reconciliation between Ireland and Britain this century, there were celebrations in Dublin — as a crowd singing “Lizzie’s in a Box” at a Celtic FC football match attests — and among the Irish diaspora.

Cruelties of the Queen’s Reign
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More Thoughts on the International War Crimes Tribunal
Security
More Thoughts on the International War Crimes Tribunal
September 5, 2022

The forthcoming Ukrainian War Crimes Tribunal is an exciting experiment in dispassionate justice in a still ongoing conflict that from the beginning has been mired in deliberate lies and deceptive hyperbole.

Remembering the Sabra Shatila Massacre, Forty Years Later
September 3, 2022

By Dr. Swee ANG – Ellen SIEGEL Forty years ago, during the week of September 12, we were working in a Palestine Red Crescent Society facility, Gaza Hospital, in Sabra Shatila camp in West Beirut. As health care workers, we […]

Remembering the Sabra Shatila Massacre, Forty Years Later
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