Author Archives: Keld Bach

Truth is the First Victim of War

RT International‘s news channel has now been blocked in all of EU member states, but you can still watch it if you install the Tor browser on your computer or phone. Download Tor. Using Tor, you can also watch RT … Continue reading

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How Western Press Has Kept Silent for Years on War in Donbass and Neo-Nazism in Ukraine

The Western mainstream media have kept silence for years about the shelling of the Donetsk and Lugansk Republics by the Ukrainian government forces and neo-Nazi battalions. Just a limited number of independent American and European journalists and freelance photographers have … Continue reading

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What Did Putin Mean by ‘Denazification’ of Ukraine and Why is It so Important?

For years, Russia has been calling on Western nations to investigate cases of human rights abuse, illegal killings, and war crimes committed by the Ukrainian authorities that came to power after the 2014 coup. Moscow pointed out that many of … Continue reading

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Putin’s Special Operation

Putin will decide when Ukraine offensive ends – Kremlin In his Thursday morning address, Putin said he’d ordered Russian troops to attack Ukraine to demilitarize and, as he put it, “denazify” the country. He claimed Russia’s national security was compromised … Continue reading

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Document Confirms U.S. Told Russia NATO Won’t Expand

Putin was right, Stoltenberg was wrong: NATO “brazenly deceived” Russia about expansion and a British document proves it A newly discovered document from March 1991 shows US, UK, French, and German officials discussing a pledge made to Russia that NATO … Continue reading

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The Winter Olympics Doping Scandal

The Winter Olympics in Beijing were rocked by a scandal, right after the Russian skating team won gold, when a positive doping sample was discovered in a test taken well ahead of the games from Russian skater Kamila Valieva. On … Continue reading

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Is Boredom Sometimes Good for You?

Not many people enjoy being bored: it basically means we’ve got nothing to do or nothing to be excited about, which does not seem particularly enjoyable. But what if it is good to sometimes deal with some ennui? Even at … Continue reading

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Biden’s ‘Successful’ Mission in Syria

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby: “U.S. Special Operations forces under the control of U.S. Central Command conducted a counterterrorism mission this evening in northwest Syria. The Mission Was Successful There were no U.S. casualties.” Read the full post at: Moon … Continue reading

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Amnesty International has Declared Israel an Apartheid State

Israeli authorities must be held accountable for enforcing a system of oppression and domination against Palestinians, Amnesty International says. Israel is carrying out “the crime of apartheid against Palestinians” and must be held accountable for treating them as “an inferior … Continue reading

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Canadian Freedom Convoy Goes Global

Truckers around the world are creating their own convoys to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates after being inspired by the Canadian Freedom Convoy. Freedom Convoy 2022, the group that organized the Canadian trucker protest, reported initially having 1,600 trucks. The convoy, … Continue reading

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