Russian Foreign Minister comments on Syria strikes and Skripal case

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Trump approved strikes on Syria over alleged chemical attack by Assad government in Douma

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President Bush Announces Start of Iraq War

This was a war crime based on a pack of lies about Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction and on the (“most likely”) 9/11 false-flag operation.

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‘If a Service is Free, You are not the Customer, you are the Product’ – Hacker

It has been a big week for Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before two senate committees and the house committee on energy and commerce. Sputnik spoke with Occupy The Web (OTW), Forensic investigator, and hacker for Information Freedom and Social Justice, about the outcome of the hearings.

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Did Russia Predict the Syrian Chemical Attack Controversy One Month Before?

Russian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff Valery Gerasimov has warned that Russia would respond to any US military strike flowing from a false flag chemical weapons attack blamed on the Syrian government and Russia. So what’s the big deal? The general made the warning nearly a month ago…

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International Lawyers: Strike Against Syria Would Be Illegal

In this statement released Wednesday, a group of international law experts warn that a U.S. military strike on Syria would be illegal if not in self-defense or with U.N. Security Council authorization. 

We are practitioners and professors of international law. Under international law, military strikes by the United States of America and its allies against the Syrian Arab Republic, unless conducted in self-defense or with United Nations Security Council approval, are illegal and constitute acts of aggression.

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Ted Cruz Grills VERY Nervous Mark Zuckerberg About Facebook Censoring Conservative Pages

Yes, Mr. Zuckerberg, despite all your money, there is and authority above you and laws that you have to obey, whether you like it or not. So don’t react with anger, you are the one who is wrong.

During the last six months, my FB account has been “blocked” three times, (first for 24 hours, then for three days, and then for 30 days), as a result of purely political comments I had placed under articles in Russian news media with FB comments logins. I checked their “community rules” and did not find anything related to my comments. I followed the FB own guidelines to dispute these decisions but never received any answer from them. I can confirm that they are deeply engaged in political censorship. This violates our freedom of speech and our democracy that depends on it.

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Tucker: Why is Washington united behind a war in Syria?

(BTW, I have never thought that I would quote Fox News as a reliable source. You cannot be sure of anything, these days.)


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Canadian Economics: Lies by the Government Paid for by the Public

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is an agency for the deception of the public at public expense. Almost any snatch of a CBC news broadcast or public policy discussion will, on examination, be found to encapsulate a lie.

A meme currently being foisted on the public by the CBC is that trade protectionism hurts the public by raising prices. The inference being that higher prices due to trade protectionism hurt every Canadian.

That is the lie.

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Is Canada Taking Part in “Operation Beluga”?

More about it HERE.


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Message to Our Politicians

Autor, one of the initiators and former leaders of the Polish “Solidarity” movement in early 1980s.

Foreign media have just reported: “US Homeland Security Planning Database to Track Journalists, Monitor ‘Sentiment’”. Will Canada follow suite?

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CIA Legend Ray McGovern On #Russiagate, Russian Spy Poisoning & Seth Rich Murder – Must Listen!

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Chemical weapon named “Novichok” – a reality check

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”.
Carl Sagan, an American astronomer

A wise man … proportions his belief to the evidence”.
David Hume, a Scottish philosopher

by Eugenia for the Saker Blog

Britain accused Russia of poisoning a double agent Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia using a super-secret nerve agent with an easy to remember name “Novichok” (“a newbie” in Russian). The accusation came with a suspicious speed: the Skripals were poisoned on March 4, 2018, but on March 6 the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was already raving before the Parliament about Russia’s guilt: “We don’t know exactly what has taken place in Salisbury, but if it’s as bad as it looks, it is another crime in the litany of crimes that we can lay at Russia’s door”. British prime Minister Teresa May came out with her now famous “highly likely” before the Parliament on May 12, or 7 days after the event.

Let’s see how bad it looks from a purely scientific, factual standpoint:

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Ex Israeli Intel Boss: Putin Is Too Soft On West

Watch: Russia Should Ignore Western Accusations

Yakov Kedmi is a former head of the Israeli intelligence agency “Nativ”. He often appears on Russian TV to talk on global political issues. This is a fragment of his appearance on the “Evening with Solovyov” program.

Comment: Yakov Kedmi may be right in his assessment of the situation but I am not sure if I agree with his recommendations. It is obvious that the West is pushing for confrontation with Russia and Kedmi is trying to radicalize Russia’s responses, which would only lead to a hot war sooner.  Expelling all Western diplomats would also isolate Russia economically and culturally. This is exactly what the US and some European governments want. I don’t doubt that Russia can protect its security and its interests but I also command Russia for slowing down the West’s march to war.

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The Rush to a New Cold War

From the Archive: The U.S. and Russia are expelling dozens of each other’s diplomats, bringing bilateral relations to a new low. In this 2015 interview with Dennis Bernstein, the late Robert Parry explained the origins of the New Cold War.

Robert Parry (1949 – 2018)

By Dennis J. Bernstein (first published June 29, 2015)

A new Cold War has taken shape between nuclear-armed Russia and the United States with very little public debate, just a return to hostile rhetoric and military moves and counter-moves over Ukraine, an issue that journalist Robert Parry has followed over the past year and a half.

Parry, a longtime Washington-based investigative reporter and editor of, was interviewed about the crisis by Dennis J. Bernstein for Pacifica Radio’s Flashpoint program.

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