Chuck Spinney: Balanced Assessment of Ukraine

Chuck Spinney

Chuck Spinney

Jonathan Steele reviews Richard Sakwa’s important new book, “Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands.”

Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands by Richard Sakwa review – an unrivalled account

At last, a balanced assessment of the Ukrainian conflict – the problems go far beyond Vladimir Putin

Jonathan Steele, Guardian, 19 February 2015 05.29 EST

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Feb 26

Berto Jongman: 9/11 Nuclear from Russia with Love

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Could this  September 2014 file be related to Putin’s recent threat to reveal information about 9/11 showing that it was an inside job?

9/11: Russia Presents Evidence Against US, UK And Israel Co-Conspirators

According to a retired FXX agent specializing in Israeli counter intel: The type of nuclear devices used on 911 were a modified version of the W-54 nuclear artillery shells that were covertly provided to the Israelis between 1988 and 1998 from US surplus stockpiles illegally exported during the Bush/Clinton era.

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Feb 19

Berto Jongman: US False Flag in Ukraine? Competing Narratives — Trilateral Commission Death Run?

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Being read in Europe.

America Hell-Bent on War: 80-Year-Old Analyst Has Never Been More Afraid

Lendman says that the US Congress almost universally demonizes Putin, and that the US media has sunk to its lowest depths in his lifetime. He fears a possible US-instigated war with Russia, and suspects a major false flag will be used as justification. “I’m 80 years old. I was never scared throughout the Cold War years. I’m very scared now,” he stated.  Read full article.

Nuclear War and Clashing Ukraine Narratives

Exclusive: America and Russia have two nearly opposite narratives on Ukraine, which is more an indictment of the U.S. news media which feigns objectivity but disseminates what amounts to propaganda. These divergent narratives are driving the world toward a possible nuclear crisis, writes Robert Parry. Read full article.

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Feb 11

Owl: John Robb on ISIS as Violence Entrepreneur, Russia Using ISIS to Take Down Saudi Arabia and Lift Oil Prices

Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

John Robb examines how a Wahabi state such as Saudi Arabia can be taken down by super-Wahabi violence entrepreneur ISIS, with a little help from their friends in Russia, or more specifically, the Russian mafia’s hacker legions.  What is unique about his most recent analysis is insisting that the amount of money to be gained by ISIS from conquest of Saudi Arabia would be utterly astronomical, due to their oil resources. Expertise implemented by Russian hackers, with the blessing of the Russian government, who both would be wildly enriched in taking down Saudi communications, would be indispensable in insuring this war would succeed against Saudi Arabia.The hacker’s fees would be gigantic and Russia’s oil revenue would rebound if ISIS took over the Saudi oil industry.

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Jan 30