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.
Tag: Prime Minister Boris Johnson
War Is No Answer to Insecurity
Old habits continue to dominate in Washington, which has long sought nuclear primacy to negate the theory of détente, writes Vijay Prashad.
Caitlin Johnstone: This Proxy War Has No Exit Strategy
A committee of the Democratic Socialists of America’s statement urging a negotiated peace settlement is coming under the usual attacks for being Kremlin propaganda. That shows the shrunken spectrum of debate over this conflict.
Craig Murray: Boris Johnson & the UK Decline
The fallen prime minister is just part of the overall disintegrating process.
Boris Johnson’s Saudi WhatsApps Stay Secret
The government has rejected an FOI request for messages that may have passed between the prime minister and MbS in January, a month with some of the worst air strikes on civilians in Yemen, Phil Miller reports.
Boris Johnson & UK Cabal’s Brexit Coup
Leaked emails reveal a possibly criminal plot by pro-Leave elites to sabotage Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Kit Klarenberg reports for The Grayzone.
John Pilger: War in Europe & the Rise of Raw Propaganda
Russia’s security proposals ought to be welcomed in the West, writes John Pilger. But who understands their significance when all the people are told is that Putin is a pariah?
The Skimpy Partygate Report
The civil servant’s report on Downing Street’s alleged lockdown parties has finally been released, writes Martin Williams. All nine pages of it. Here are 11 key things it does not address.
COVID-19: England’s Unprepared Omicron Mess
Caroline Molloy blasts the Johnson government for taking things to the point where NHS hospitals are being told to free up beds for Covid patients by discharging other sick people to private facilities.
Preserving Out-of-Control Power
Jonathan Cook examines how intellectual and cultural life gets captured by the billionaire class.