The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
With a commentary in the London Guardian yesterday titled "Ukraine: there's no way out unless the west understands its past mistakes," former Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Fraser became the first politician at such a level in the "West" to hit the r
The West will suffer more from sanctions than Russia, according to the assessment of Sergei Glazyev, economist, and advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin. In an interview with RIA Novosti, Glazyev said that if the United States were to impose sanctions on Russia, Moscow might be forced to drop the dollar as a reserve currency and refuse to pay off any loans to U.S. banks.
The Greek blog, the GRReporter, carries a feature on the Greek sister parties of the Nazi Ukrainian Svoboda and Pravy Sektor (Right Sector): the Greek fascist Golden Dawn and the Cypriot ELAM (National Liberation Front).
While both President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are ranting about a "Russian invasion" of Crimea, and calling President Putin a liar who "isn't fooling anyone" in denying that Russia has invaded, Obama's own CIA director, John Brennan, reported to a senior lawmaker on Monday that Russia is allowed up to 25,000 troops in Crimea under the 1997 treaty with Ukraine, and is thus acting wit
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday, on the crisis in Ukraine.
The Greek United People's Front EPAM denounced the Greek government for supporting the "neo-Nazi gangsters" of the Ukrainian regime. The statement came in direct response to the visit to Kiev by Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos.
"Why Is The Mainstream Media Ignoring The Rabid Anti-Semitism In The New Ukraine Government?" is the question that attorney Michael Snyder asks in a March 3 blog post.
In an interview on Germany's state-run DLF radio this morning, Gen. Harald Kujat (ret.), former German chairman of the NATO military committee, said that Russia wants to protect Russian nationals in the "Near Abroad," and if need be, even by military force. If Ukraine or Georgia became members of NATO, that would cross a red line for Moscow.