Tuesday, 15 November 2022 — The New Dark Age
Russia denies striking Poland with missiles
Poland calls emergency security meeting after claim about missiles
Ukraine blames Russia for alleged ‘missile strike’ on Poland
Over 160 journalists and media outlets from across the world, including Atilio Borón, Vijay Prashad, Hermela Aregawi, Rania Khalek, Eugene Puryear, and Carlos Aznarez signed a letter to express solidarity with their Haitian colleagues and demand justice.
This year alone, eight journalists have been killed by police and paramilitaries in Haiti, according to data from the Inter-American Press Association (IAPA). This increase in violence against press professionals at a time of mass uprising has been widely condemned by civil society and human rights organizations in the country and internationally.
by Thierry Meyssan
Who knows the history of the Ukrainian “integral nationalists”, “Nazis” according to the terminology of the Kremlin? It begins during the First World War, continues during the Second, the Cold War and continues today in modern Ukraine. Many documents have been destroyed and modern Ukraine forbids under penalty of imprisonment to mention their crimes. The fact remains that these people massacred at least four million of their compatriots and conceived the architecture of the Final Solution, that is, the murder of millions of people because of their real or supposed membership in the Jewish or Gypsy communities of Europe.
Way back when, one of the author’s first articles covered the career of Vladimir Putin in considerable depth. Two years later, both Russia and the rest of the world are a very different place and with current affairs being what they are, above all with the situation regarding Kherson, the Russian premier is in the spotlight as never before. With present-day happenings being as they are, this has led a number of people to turn on Vladimir Putin calling him out as a scapegoat. This article will look anew at the Russian leader, examining not only his manner of leadership, but also looking at some of those who call him out.
MST Calls for Action
João Pedro Stedile
Speech by João Pedro Stedile, a leader of Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) and the global peasants’ organization La Via Campesina, at the Vatican in late October. English translation first published by Vijay Prashad in the newsletter of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research.