Day: May 8, 2022
Ukraine News Links 7-8 May 2022
Sunday, 8 May 2022 — The New Dark Age
There may be some duplication due to cross-posting and may be updated throughout the day, so please check back. If it gets updated, I usually insert the time on the line above. A lot of cross-posting usually indicates that the article is popular.
SR 2022: Pandemic Polarizations
U.S. Regime Thinks It Should Be ‘Calling the Shots’ In Ukraine’s War
The Cossacks in Australia and Russia’s Special Operation in Ukraine
Another assassination in Durban
Friday, 6 May 2022 — New Frame
As political killings continue in the city, claiming the lives of activists exposing ANC rot and failures, serious questions need to be asked of our democratic commitments.
by New Frame
October 1 2021: Slain activist Nokuthula Mabaso, centre, at the eKhenana Commune in Cato Manor, Durban. (Photograph by Nomfundo Xolo)
Last night, just before 8pm, Nokuthula Mabaso was assassinated at the eKhenana Commune in Cato Manor, Durban. She was shot six times, four times in the back, and died in the arms of her comrades. She is the second leader in the commune to be assassinated. Ayanda Ngila’s life was taken on 8 March.
Is Satan 11 a Game Changer?
Saturday, 7 May, 2022 — Strategic Culture Foundation
Russia should ignore Zelensky and the Finnish biker and let the EU know what its choices are.
Although Satan 11, Russia’s latest super‐heavy RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), packs a lethal punch, it is not of itself a game changer. Because leopards don’t change their spots, NATO won’t stop its war mongering until it is defanged, disarmed and demobbed. Though Satan 11 is necessary to deter NATO’s aggression, it is not nearly sufficient to alter the NATO jingoistic mind set that now has middle aged Swedish and Finnish women clambering to kick start Armageddon.