The U.S. president and his coterie of neo-conservatives have no interest in peace if it means conceding hegemonic power to a multi-polar world untethered from the all-mighty dollar, write Medea Benjamin, Marcy Winograd and Wei Yu.
Tag: President Volodymyr Zelensky
Caitlin Johnstone: The West’s Sabotage of Peace in Ukraine
Former Israeli Prime Minister Bennett’s recent comments about getting his mediation efforts squashed in the early days of the war adds more to the growing pile of evidence that Western powers are intent on regime change in Russia.
US-Laid Trap for Russia Has Trapped West Instead
A month before the Feb. 24, 2022 Russian invasion, CN wrote that the U.S. was laying a trap to lure Russia into an economic, information and proxy war. All three have failed for the U.S.
Caitlin Johnstone: Unprovoked!
In the mass media you’re not allowed to talk about the U.S.-NATO actions that diplomats, politicians, academics — even the head of the C.I.A. — have long warned would lead to war in Ukraine.
Ray McGovern: Answering NewsGuard
To counter the hagiography engulfing the Ukrainian president, the author recommends a video tutorial he made in July and an article by Joe Lauria published in response to NewsGuard around the same time.
We’ve Reached Peak Zelensky. Now What?
After the farcical, almost psychotic over-promotion, Robert Freeman says the only place for the Ukrainian president to go from here is down. And, that is surely coming. Soon.
The Autumn of Oligarchs in Ukraine
A dismal piece of Washington Post propaganda gearing up for a postwar, fully neoliberalized Ukraine leaves readers precisely where Jeff Bezos would want them, writes Patrick Lawrence.
Caitlin Johnstone: The Zelensky-Bush War Rally
The way the U.S. provoked and now sustains its Ukraine proxy war is no more ethical than its invasion of Iraq. If people can’t see this, it’s because the propaganda around the latest war hasn’t cleared from the air yet.
Gauging the Chances of a Biden-Putin Meeting in Bali
M.K. Bhadrakumar says there are discernible signs that both sides are striving to lower tensions as much as they can so as to create a “cordial” enough atmosphere.
Ukraine Continues Wartime Attack on Worker Benefits
Critics say merging Ukraine’s social insurance fund with the deficit-ridden state pension fund is the latest step in the radical restructuring of Ukraine’s socioeconomic policy in wartime.