Proxy wars devour the countries they purport to defend. There will come a time when the Ukrainians will become expendable to the U.S. They will disappear, as many others before them, from U.S. national discourse and popular consciousness.
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Caitlin Johnstone: NATO Chief’s ‘Fear of War With Russia’
Meanwhile, the Pentagon gives its Ukraine proxy the go-ahead to launch long-range attacks on targets inside its neighboring nuclear superpower. Not too long ago this was unthinkably terrifying. This is where we are now.
Caitlin Johnstone: Pushing Nuclear War on a Fiction
An entire globe-spanning empire rests on our closed eyelids. It depends on keeping us in a propaganda-induced coma.
Caitlin Johnstone: Ukraine & the Triumph of Militarism
A new piece of empire apologia in The Atlantic is also annoyingly accurate. It’s just a fact that in 2022, liberals are gaga for U.S. interventionism.
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.
Caitlin Johnstone: Ukraine Crawling with CIA & Co
The previously unthinkable idea that the U.S. is at war with Russia has been gradually normalized, with the heat turned up so slowly that the frog doesn’t notice it’s being boiled alive.
Chris Hedges: The Age of Self-Delusion
You can’t drain and impoverish the nation to feed an insatiable military machine unless you make its people afraid, even of phantoms.
UKRAINE: The Realist Father of Poland’s Hawkish PM
Morawiecki’s eagerness to be in the vanguard of the West’s proxy war with Russia in Ukraine does not, so to say, run in the family, writes Michal Krupa.
Caitlin Johnstone: Ukraine’s ‘Agency’ the CIA Kind
Denying the Western role in subverting Ukrainian sovereignty doesn’t benefit ordinary Ukrainians, it hurts them.