26 June 2014 19:36:45 — williambowles.info
25 June 2014 — FAIR Blog
Apparently the people who know best about what’s happening in Ukraine are US government officials who won’t let their names be printed in the newspaper.
A New York Times report by Andrew Roth (6/23/14) notes that while Russian President Vladimir Putin was sending supportive messages about a possible peace deal, “the United States said last week that it had evidence that Russia was preparing to send more tanks and artillery to the fighters in eastern Ukraine.”
26 June 2014 18:29:07 — williambowles.info
Poroshenko’s call to Putin ploy to buy time for blitzkrieg: Analyst (Veterans Today)
25 June 2014 — 4th Media
The green light for the use of ISIS brigades to carve up Iraq, widen the Syria conflict into a greater Middle East war and to throw Iran off-balance was given behind closed doors at the Atlantic Council meeting in Turkey, in November 2013, told a source close to Saudi – Lebanese billionaire Saad Hariri, adding that the U.S. Embassy in Ankara is the operation’s headquarter.
24 June 2014 — Global Research
Current events in Ukraine are guided by the evil spirit of fascism and Nazism, though it seemed to have dissipated long ago, after World War II. Seventy years after the war, the genie has escaped from the bottle once again, posing a threat not merely in the form of the insignia and rhetoric of Hitler’s henchmen, but also through an obsessive Drang nach Osten policy.
21 June 2014 — Strategic Culture Foundation
Chocolate King’s «Peace Plan» With a Hard Centre
21.06.2014 | 00:00 | Finian CUNNINGHAM
Petro Poroshenko, the billionaire oligarch who won the Ukrainian presidential election with a dubious majority last month, seems to be relying heavily now on his skills as a confectionery magnate. The man known as the Chocolate King, owing to his past industrial dealings, presented a unilateral ceasefire plan this week in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin… The Chocolate King’s «peace plan» will appear much less a box of niceties of reform, dialogue, amnesty and ceasefire – and more of what it really is – a deadly criminal offensive with a very hard centre. Continue reading