The Epstein Associate Nobody's Talking About: The IDF-Linked Bond Girl Infiltrating the UK NHS by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Originally published on Vocal.Media, this heavily censored article was the first part of a trilogy investigating Nicole Junkermann and examining her links with Jeffrey Epstein, Israeli intelligence and the UK NHS Healthtech Advisory Board led by UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock MP. This article was eventually pulled down and censored by Vocal.Media. Now republished on Unlimited Hangout, where censorship is out of the question.

GEEEEZUS Xist...

The coordinated attacks of Ukrainian McCarthyism by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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The coordinated attacks of Ukrainian McCarthyism by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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The coordinated attacks of Ukrainian McCarthyism by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Russian FM Lavrov on Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taipei by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Pelosi's visit to Taiwan reflects US impunity to everyone, 'creates flashpoint out of nothing' — Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov

I honestly want to see Nancy Pelosi impeached.

Ukraine calls for the destruction of the Schiller Institute and critics of its policies worldwide by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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I mean... Japan surrendered to Russia...

Zelensky has no sense of history...

Ukraine calls for the destruction of the Schiller Institute and critics of its policies worldwide by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Okay, so someone fucked up on the copy and paste because the Robson at the top has done that while the bottom one couldn't be that guy...

Good lord, Ukraine is a basket case of basic errors...

Ukraine calls for the destruction of the Schiller Institute and critics of its policies worldwide by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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NATO provoked Putin

The world should be grateful to the Russian government

Have links?

Gerald Horne: A History of Counter-Revolutions by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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So the point of this one is a focus on Texas and how it was rooted in fascism.

Texas was one of the most militant areas for settler colonial feelings with having to fight against Mexico and their slavery abolishment, the Indigenous Lakota and other tribes that were very fierce as well as trying to maintain slavery for a number of reasons.

I want to do a book review when I get it, but the video is definitely worth watching to see how Texas is tied to so much of the slavery we face today.

Gerald Horne: A History of Counter-Revolutions by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Full write up later but Texas and it's roll in slavery and extermination helps bring about the perspective of how this state helped bring about fascism...

Which Side Is The Aggressor In The War In Ukraine? by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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So the article is wrong? If so, how are you disputing it?

Gerald Horne: A History of Counter-Revolutions by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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I'll have to get to this later...

The Duran: Collective west social collapse with Ania K in Poland by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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This is truly beginning to make me realize that the first thing people should learn is history.

Through a certain lens, they eventually learn that they can be mislead.

If you don't have a good grasp on issues, it makes you likely to listen and believe instead of trust and verify.

Which Side Is The Aggressor In The War In Ukraine? by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Really starting to get mindful idiots that are beginning to anger me on this issue..

According to Russia’s Government, this invasion was a result of Ukraine’s seeking NATO membership — membership in America’s anti-Russian NATO military alliance, which America kept as being a military alliance against Russia and against countries that are friendly toward Russia, even after America had repeatedly promised to Russia in 1990 that it would not do that (and on the basis of which American promise the Soviet Union and its communism and its Warsaw Pact military alliance against America all terminated in 1991).

The reason why Ukraine was extremely of national-security concern to Russia after the successful U.S. coup in Ukraine in 2014 and installation there of a rabidly anti-Russian government by the United States — which unquestionably was a coup there, and which the EU knew nothing about until it was already over, so that this was clearly a U.S. coup, and had actually been in the planning stages by the U.S. Government ever since at least June of 2011 (but EU officials didn’t even care about that) — is this:

Ukraine is just a 5-minute missile-flying-time away from Moscow, and is therefore the Russia-bordering nation that would pose the biggest danger to Russia if added to NATO. During the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, America had threatened to initiate nuclear war against the Soviet Union if the Soviet Union would position its nuclear missiles in Cuba, 1,131 miles from Washington DC, which would today be about 10 minutes away from blitz-nuking Washington but was 15 minutes away in 1962. (Ukraine, by contrast, is only 353 miles away from Moscow.) Consequently, Ukraine’s joining NATO would be MUCH more dangerous today to Russia than the U.S.S.R.’s placing its missiles in Cuba would have been to the U.S. in 1962. And, yet, America was right in 1962 to threaten nuclear war over that, but nonetheless expects and demands that Russia will allow Ukraine into NATO, and that Russia will enable Moscow to be nuked by America within only 5 minutes. What sense does that U.S. demand make? Clearly, America is heading for conquest against Russia. Russia refuses to allow it. That is the real issue in this war.

St Petersburg International Economic Forum Plenary session by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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Say what you will about this man...

But Russia is going to be a beacon for the rest of the world outside of Europe where America failed. We still need to re-establish America as a democracy and that won't happen until people reorient and stop giving lip service to the failures that have grown out of it. But Putin is truly a statesman to realize so much in his life and still be capable of so much at 69.

Russia's MOD Claims More Evidence of US Funded Bioweapons in Ukraine by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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And given that the security was lax at these places...

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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So basically, ignore the eight year civil war to dehumanize.

Got it.

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Sure, but let's see how smart they are.

;)

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Ignoring the other resources they have such which are far larger than just oil.

And those are recognized independent republics.

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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So your basic argument is to ignore what's going on for character attacks?

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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That's missing the point that they asked for his help.

Putin has to concede to the Congress and the most powerful is the Communist Party that told him to recognize them.

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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You might not but given that any country that threatens the petrodollar usually gets actions just like Russia now, that speaks for itself.

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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The resources are on the east of the Dniper River, not the west.

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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America has been funding the Nazis for eight years so it's not that hard to see provocations since 2014.

And why make it about Putin? That's truly odd...

Why recognize the Donbas republics when it's supposedly to "get the band back together?

Did Russia have a choice to go to war with NATO? Let's find out... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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They're already in it.

eugyppius: Brief thoughts about thinking by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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Oh, I have international friends and I had to watch them fall under the spell of Russian hysteria.

Then there was the times of fighting the uphill battle about how bad the Democratic party was and even the Squad...

I swear, this Cassandra just couldn't catch a break in the last 4 years...

eugyppius: Brief thoughts about thinking by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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I deal with this so much...

Right now, I gotta deal with people that only want to circlejerk about Ukraine and hate fact checking and it depends on me to show why the article is bad.

But then they Gish Gallup so much, it's not worth my time and I just end up letting them see reality when it crashes.

Jaques Baud: The Military Situation in the Ukraine—An Update by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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Even further, I'm looking at my contacts that hate Russia and they love Macron right now for sending tanks and such.

They have no idea what the logistics are...

Ukraine’s “pro-democracy” president has outlawed his opposition, ordered rivals arrested and presided over the disappearance and assassination of dissidents by HongKongPhooey in politics

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The Ukrainian SBU security services have served as the enforcement arm of the officially authorized campaign of repression. With training from the C.I.A. and close coordination with Ukraine’s state-backed neo-Nazi paramilitaries, the SBU has spent the past weeks filling its vast archipelago of torture dungeons with political dissidents.

On the battlefield, meanwhile, the Ukrainian military has engaged in a series of atrocities against captured Russian troops and proudly exhibited its sadistic acts on social media. Here too, the perpetrators of human rights abuses appear to have received approval from the upper echelons of Ukrainian leadership.

While Zelensky spouts bromides about the defense of democracy before worshipful Western audiences, he is using the war as a theater for enacting a blood-drenched purge of political rivals, dissidents and critics.

Why not read the article?

Ukraine’s “pro-democracy” president has outlawed his opposition, ordered rivals arrested and presided over the disappearance and assassination of dissidents by HongKongPhooey in politics

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His wife, Anya Parampil, worked for RT. They have a paper together called The Grayzone.

How that undermines credibility in your eyes when "Mainstream media" bans anyone that dissents against power is just baffling.

What do you think of MSNBC banning Glenn Greenwald and only allowing CIA spooks?

How about CNN only allowing on establishment figures?

Finally, what occurs when MSNBC fires people like Phil Donahue, Ed Schultz and Jesse Ventura, for being anti war or covering Bernie Sanders while the rest of the media falls silent on issues pertinent to keeping an informed citizenry?

It's merely mind-boggling that so many people come up with a knee jerk reaction of claiming "pro-Russia" when the media landscape is so corporately controlled they never see anything outside of it.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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So basically, make every effort to lie to yourself about the missile having origins in Ukraine.

Okay then

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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You just ignored the fact that the same seriel numbers for the same unit in Ukraine was firing in other areas.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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So instead, you ignored who shot the missile.

NDAA Legalizes The Use Of Propaganda On The US Public (May 21, 2012) by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Thanks Obama

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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Because it would have to be retrofitted as explained along with the serial numbers linking to a unit.

As explained.

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I'm not surprised that a person ignorant of how military stocks work wants to insist on a false claim they can't back up.

Tulsi Gabbard: Biden family corruption is a very serious problem. But there is even a bigger problem: MSM, social media, Google, Security State are acting as the arm of Washington Establishment/Power Elite. Free and fair elections are dead if this doesn’t end. by AXXA in news

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Tulsi IS Hindu. She's not connected to them (extremists). The claims by Eoin were later debunked in the Hawaii Civil Beat which is owned by Pierre Omidyar, who's smeared her for years in both that and the Intercept.

However, what's even more sinister is that this particular smear about being connected to Hindu Extremists was spread by a Hawaiian millionaire pedophile

She has denied that she was ever a member of SIF, and there is no evidence to the contrary. The yoga tradition she practices is actually quite different than what Butler teaches. SIF practices Vaishnava Hinduism. She practices Karma Yoga. She has also lived her life in ways that are contrary to SIF precepts (such as being twice married and serving in the US military).

Even though she is not a member of SIF, certain people have chosen to smear the organization in an effort to hurt her political career. People really should stop circulating that nasty cult story, and not just because it is pure propaganda. The narrative was spawned out of revenge, and bears all the hallmarks of an emerging hate movement.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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You ignoring the stocks by your pedantry merely exposes how little you know of the issue of what they're using along with what Ukraine has in abundance.

I Know It Hurts But... by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Yet, here we are, and for 41 day Red Army fights a massive and highly trained and motivated Wehrmacht and SS force under the conditions of absolute hell and ferocious combat and yet, these 1.7 million men clashing on the front of more than 360 kilometers. Yet, for all this insane ferocity the Red Army suffered KIAs on average: 66,166/41=1,613 KIAs daily. Now, in accordance to NATO, with Russian Army already denying VSU any mobility by the end of the first week and wiping out the Ukie Air Force from the skies largely in the same time frame. NATO (or whoever feeds this BS to Western MSM), Russians in 27 days were sustaining 15,000/27=555 KIAs daily. Let me put it this way--I would love to do the stream with any NATO general and discuss with him those "realities", how comes that Russian Army, losing a battalion a day KIAs (meaning 3 to 4 times wounded) and having a complete domination in space, skies, sea and ground (multi-domain thingy, you know) with already de facto destroyed VSU as an organized force, managed to accomplish all that? Hm, something doesn't add up in NATO's accounting. By now Russians should have disintegrated. 15,000 KIAs and roughly 50,000 wounded. Boy, those Ukies are good, really good. Wehrmacht circa 1941-43 looks in awe on VSU accomplishments.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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You're free to think that but as explained, their stocks for the old one shows that they don't use that one. They use the Iskander one. So until you show something more convincing besides what they're currently using (including their hypersonic missiles), the point remains that Ukraine has the T-U in abundance which were more likely used by them in yet another provocation.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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The USSR broke up in the 90s. The Russia now isn't the Russia then and those blueprints for older missiles are indeed with Ukraine. As it stands, they have about 90+ of them. Hence, the serial number point I brought up earlier.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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How could that possibly be the case if they don't actively use them now?

You misread the PDF. That's RUSSIA that doesn't have them.

Ukraine does.

The truth about Bucha is out there, but perhaps too inconvenient to be discovered by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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“In war, truth is the first casualty.” This quote has been attributed to Aeschylus, a 6th BCE Greek tragedian noted for his “copious use of imagery, mythic allusion, grand language, wordplay and riddles.” It is only fitting, therefore, that the man who first gave word to the concept of modern-day war-time propaganda would see his quote come to life in the present-day Ukraine. The Kiev government and their Western information warfare advisers may have coopted all of Aeschylus’ playwright devices to craft a modern-day tragedy in the Ukrainian town of Bucha that exemplifies the notion of the lie as not just a byproduct, but also a weapon of war.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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They'd have to refit what's out there for their older models compared to what Ukraine already has.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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Here's their supply list

Even further, their missiles are the Iskander ones, not the older T-Us.

I doubt that Ukraine would want to kill its own.

Dude... They kill anyone close to Russia and have been attributed to the deaths of 14,000 according to the UN.

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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With a missile they don't even have in stock...

Which Ukraine has a multitude of which you can follow the serial number to the group that launched it...

Russia claims Ukraine behind fatal missile attack by AXXA in news

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I know people that INSIST this was the Russians...

FEC Fines Clinton Campaign, DNC for Funding Steele Dossier by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Oh man, the amount of BS that was found in Russiagate...

The Federal Election Commission has fined Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for lying about funding a discredited dossier, which attempted to smear then-candidate Donald Trump, the Washington Examiner reported.

A dossier written by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele was circulated to the FBI and media outlets before the 2016 election. Its unproven assertions that Russia had embarrassing information about Trump and some of his campaign's advisers were meant to damage Trump.

The FEC said Clinton and the DNC violated strict rules on describing expenditures of payments funneled to the opposition research firm Fusion GPS through their law firm, the Examiner reported Wednesday.

14 year non-rule-breaking user of Reddit, now a shadow banned refugee, with my subreddits banned, and my comments manipulated by Administrators (this is wide spread!) by SoCo in Introductions

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Howdy. I'm beginning the process of moving Reddit to Saidit on very similar grounds.

I got banned because a troll decided to say that "Give them enough rope to hang themselves" is violent enough for an admin ban.

But thing is that I was mocking them and showing how they'd show me who they were while lying about who I was.

Admins decided on a 3 day ban which means that I lost access to everything for the last 3 days. My own subs can go unmoderated, admins never answered my questions, and the ban was enacted in 10 minutes of the conversation so I never had a chance to defend myself.

The troll deserves a thank you (they got banned on the sub I frequent for report abuse) because I never would have seen this problem but I'll be going to tell my case and how much of an issue this ban was and the process.

Saidit does look nice and there's so much more to allow in terms of site links without having to walk on eggshells on Reddit. Only thing I'll use it for in the future is probably anime stuff but the digital migration is beginning already.

ANOTHER INFORMATION PROVOCATION AGAINST RUSSIA SUCCEEDED by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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For all intents and purposes, I can't watch torture videos or videos of violations of Geneva conventions. But this? Justice being done against brutes?

” Those who mocked our servicemen, they did not rejoice for long, after three days our special forces captured these ruffians. Today they are lying at their feet, begging for mercy. I’ll tell you their names. One ruffian was called Sergey Velichko, nickname Chili. The second is Konstantin Nemechev. Both ruffians grew up as Nazis from the fan group of the local Metalist football club. They told this themselves already at the first interrogations. And this is what will happen to everyone who will unworthily, violating the Geneva Convention, treat our prisoners of war.”

A few hours later, the Ukrainian Nazi named Chili recorded a video in which he ridiculed Shamanov, confirming that he and capture and another leader of the nationalist militants who tortured Russian fighters are safe and sound in Kharkiv.

This is an example of another successful information provocation, which was aimed at discrediting one of the most authoritative high-ranking chiefs of the Russian militants. The victim of the provocation was the legendary General Shamanov. This person enjoys indisputable authority among the servicemen of the Airborne Forces and special units of the Russian Federation. Today, General Shamanov is the only living commander who showed outstanding generalship abilities during the campaigns in the North Caucasus in the 90s and early 2000s. He has always been a “bone in the throat” of pro-Western forces in Russia. It is no coincidence that the information provocation was aimed specifically at him.

Respect to General Shamanov.

Ukrainian Refugees Spare No Words on Zelensky Government | Black Agenda Report by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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More than 359,000 people of the 3.38 million who have fled Ukraine since February 24 have passed in and out of the country, according to the United Nations Commissioner for Refugees. Roman Macovenco of the Moldovan Consular Directorate confirmed at least 300,000 Ukrainians had crossed through Moldova. The vast majority came through the border town of Palanca, just 57 kilometers (or 35 miles) from Ukraine’s Odessa. Many wound up in Chisinau, the tiny country’s capital. As of March 14, roughly 100,000 remained in Moldova.

Primarily due to its limited capacity and even more limited financial resources, Moldova is a transitional zone for refugees. Though, the length of their stay depends on their economic status. Moldovan Ministry of Interior Principal Specialist Olesea Sirghi and Macovenco said the refugees who remain for more than two days cannot afford passage to EU countries.

Gonna be on Saidit for a while by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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I'll have to start doing that...

IN VIDEO: TESTIMONIES OF CIVILIANS IN MARIUPOL by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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My heart truly goes out to the victims...

Tulsi Gabbard; The Good, The Bad and everything in between with Guest Host Kim Iversen by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Technically, Putin is part of the WEF too. I was thinking that they all had the same ideological viewpoint. But it seems that some people can be taught the rules of the elite and reject it.

Not all, but some do. Tulsi has her good points and her flaws and looking at this, Kim pointed out a few while Pasta did have a few issues he couldn't work out. I'm of the same view. People look at the surface and don't see what's underneath.

So I can't help you with the skepticism and think it's warranted. We just have to see how she turns out as time moves on.

Gonna be on Saidit for a while by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Well, I'm probably going to be around here a bit and start making my sub alternatives here. So we'll see what occurs.

Maybe I'll just post links when I'm unsuspended. I wondered where you went!

Lies and Times: How The New York Times Gives Cover to Fascists | Black Agenda Report by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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“At least 130 survivors have escaped the ruins of a theater that was nearly leveled in a Russian attack in the embattled southern city of Mariupol, a Ukrainian official said on Friday, but hundreds remained unaccounted for in the wreckage. The city was one of the many under withering missile bombardment across Ukraine as Ukrainian forces continued to frustrate Russian troop advances.”

There is more in this section about the millions escaping Ukraine and the “withering Russian attacks” on the theater. But there is not one word about the neo-Nazis which, in the case of the city of Mariupol and that theater, is a very important part of the story. In fact, the Azov Batallion , an openly Nazi paramilitary group that was consolidated in 2014 to fight against “pro-Russian separatists,” captured the city of Mariupol in 2014. To be clear, those designated “pro-Russian separatists” are the people who, in protest of the US-backed fascist coup in 2014 and in demand of their democratic rights, voted to secede from Ukraine and rejoin the Russian Federation.

It is true that we focus a lot on the neo-Nazis in this conflict. It is not because they are the only and major problem in the conflict. But the lack of reporting on them in US media is disturbing. Aren’t Nazis supposed to be the bad guys? You would think it would be easy for journalists of such a “reputable” publication such as the New York Times to report on the neo-Nazis who took over and now control the city of Mariupol. But no.

Even The Guardian - the British newspaper of note, with at least some standing - reported on the fascists controlling Mariupol back in September 2014 . The reporter focused the article on individual members of the battalion, particularly one man named Dmitry ( not his real name) who is quoted at the beginning of the article saying, “I have nothing against Russian nationalists or a great Russia, But Putin's not even a Russian. Putin's a Jew." The article continues:

“...there is an increasing worry that while the Azov and other volunteer battalions might be Ukraine's most potent and reliable force on the battlefield against the separatists, they also pose the most serious threat to the Ukrainian government, and perhaps even the state, when the conflict in the east is over. The Azov causes particular concern due to the far right, even neo-Nazi, leanings of many of its members.”

Actually, the good ol’ USA Today reported on the neoNazi problem in Ukraine, too, back in 2015. They didn’t even use the term “neo-Nazis;” They used “Nazis.” In the article, a drill sergeant named Alex is interviewed. The accompanying picture shows Alex laughing with an Azov Battalion patch on his jacket. Alex, according to the article,

“...admitted that he is a Nazi and said with a laugh that no more than half his comrades are fellow Nazis. He said he supports strong leadership for Ukraine, like Germany during World War II, but opposes the Nazis' genocide against Jews. Minorities should be tolerated as long as they are peaceful and don't demand special privileges, he said, and the property of wealthy oligarchs should be taken away and nationalized. He vowed that when the war ends, his comrades will march on the capital, Kiev, to oust a government they consider corrupt.”

England nears a record high as Covid-19 infections surge in most of the UK by Inuma in WayOfTheBern

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Across the UK as a whole, 4.26 million people were likely to have had coronavirus last week – just short of the 4.30 million in the first week of 2022, which was the highest total since estimates began. The North of Ireland is the only nation where infections are believed to be falling, with levels having dropped for two weeks in a row, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).