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German TV Airs Maidan Massacre World Shocker. News Media Blackout In United States.

Posted April 18, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

Germany television’s equivalent to American TV’s “60 Minutes” last week aired a report which contradicts the Barack Obama and new Ukrainian administrations’ claims that ousted President Viktor Yanukovych is responsible for the sniper murder of over 100 Ukrainian citizens and police officers in late February 2014. 1,208 more words

Earth Matters

Nato's action plan in Ukraine is right out of Dr Strangelove

By John Pilger
The Guardian

‘What is certain is that Barack Obama’s rapacious coup in Ukraine has ignited a civil war and Vladimir Putin is being lured into a trap.’ Photograph: Anatoliy Stepanov/AFP/Getty Images… 1,069 more words

War And Peace

Maidan snipers: Ukraine's Gulf of Tonkin?

The crisis in Ukraine was set off on Feb. 20 by snipers killing peaceful anti-government demonstrators in Kiev’s Maidan Square on Feb. 20.   Angry mobs surrounded the Ukrainian Parliament and forced President Yanukovych to flee the country, and he was replaced by an unelected provisional government. 287 more words

War And Peace

Friday Favorites: Five Things You Need to Do This Weekend

Here are five things you need to do this weekend.

1. Write. Just write about anything. Write in your journal. Write in your novel. Write a silly or serious poem. 204 more words

Curiouser Editing

Check out my latest article on The Campus Clipper blog on Rereading War and Peace

Understanding conflict in resource-rich post-colonial states

Understanding conflict in resource-rich post-colonial states

The need to overcome simplistic narratives based on natural resource exploitation

(first published at African Arguments / written with Joschka Havenith of Cologne University) 1,302 more words

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A Reading Resource or Maybe the Interweb Is Around to Stay

I’ve been re-reading Tolstoy’s War and Peace since the Winter Olympics ended. A very useful thing in following the story has been a series of… 48 more words

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