Tag: attacks

Zelensky tries to keep Western journalists as alleged Russian supporters tied to a pole in Kherson

Fearful of the negative impact of images of victims of Ukrainian atrocities appearing in Western media the Ukrainian military says it has removed the accreditation of several foreign and local journalists for reporting without permission from the city of Kherson, from where Russian forces were withdrawn last week. Staff with CNN and Sky News are among those affected, a local NGO told the Ukrainska Pravda news website.

You can’t fix stupid as Poland prepares to invade the world’s largest country

To date, there is no threat at all to Poland from Russia. Russia has no interest in Poland ~ why would it? For this reason alone, the massive purchase of military equipment by the Polish authorities is more like a tantrum or the behaviour of children with overindulgent parents allowed to run loose with someone else’s money in the US arms complex store with useless toys.

Nothing Personal, War and the Harvesting of Humans is Business

The United States dubbed by Iran as The Great Satan continues with maniacal persistence to adhere to the tactics of war of attrition. There are several reasons for this, and one of them is the presence of economic interest. The desire to skim off the cream  through the mass sale of military products, and LNG supplies: As Antonov surmised, ‘It’s only business, nothing personal.’

Palestinian Children daily confront monsters that unlike those in Grimm’s fairy tales are real

Children of my Gaza refugee camp were rarely afraid of monsters but fearful of nightmarish US-backed Israeli soldiers. This is all that we talked about before going to bed. Unlike imaginary monsters in the closet or under the bed, Israeli soldiers are real, and they could show up any minute – at the door, on the roof or, as was often the case, right in the middle of the house.

150 Churches in the New Russian Regions (Former Ukraine) Damaged, Russia Will Repair Them (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

Fr. Nikolai Balashov, a senior official in the Moscow Patriarchate and a close advisor to the Patriarch gave an interview to Novosti, Russia’s largest news agency this past Friday describing the efforts of the Russian Orthodox Church to help their flock in the new regions to resume normal church life, attend services, give confession and receive communion.