3 May 2014 — Vineyard of the Saker
What happened in Odessa yesterday is much worse than what the initial reports had indicated: it was truly a deliberate and blood-curling massacre. To summarize:
4 May 2014 8:28:23 PM — williambowles.info
South Front – DAILY RESULTS (05.04.2014) (Strategic Culture Foundation)
3 May 2014 — VTJP
International Middle East Media Center
Ferwana: “5100 Palestinians Currently Imprisoned By Israel”
IMEMC – Saturday, May 3, 2014, former political prisoner, head of the Census Department at the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees, Abdul-Nasser Ferwana, stated that, by the end of last month, April 2014, the number of detainees, held by Israel, arrived to 5100. …
1 May 2014 — Stop Imperialism
Eric Draitser of StopImperialism.org appears on RT (Thursday April 24, 2014) to discuss the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Specifically, Draitser examines the narrative constructed by Western media and senior Obama administration officials in which the “case against Russia” is built entirely upon fabrications, distortions, and outright lies. He notes that the photographic evidence has been discredited, the anti-Semitic leaflets have been exposed as a hoax, and that most of the “evidence” cited by the West is completely false. Draitser explains that the increasingly belligerent language from Washington indicates their weakness on the issue and their inability to save face amid the collapse of their narrative.
4 May 2014 — — Strategic Culture Foundation
Residents of the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk have lashed out at troops entering the city’s streets with outrage and insults. The soldiers were supposed to be “liberating the people from pro-Russian terrorists,” according to the Kiev government.
3 May 2014 — FAIR TV
On the show this week: CNN goes to Iran nuclear expert… Benjamin Netanyahu? Plus new nonsense on Benghazi, and Meet the Press presents a discussion on affirmative action with mostly conservative white guys–showing media’s need for some affirmative action of their own.
4 May 2014 — New Eastern Outlook
The Kiev regime’s deadly assault on cities in the East and South of Ukraine in recent days has opened a new chapter in the ongoing conflict in that country. The scores of dead and injured provide a sad testament to the fact that what was a united country little more than three months ago has now become a nation tearing apart at the seams.