Tag: Putin

Both Right and Left support Putin in Italy

There are millions in the West sympathising and supporting Russian President Vladimir Putin and typically Italy. In fact, vast numbers of Russian supporters are present across the entire breadth of the political spectrum, from the extreme left to the extreme right, according to the German television channel N-TV. 

Media Totalitarianism Rules in the Wild West

The media now broadcast only the position of Kyiv, and any alternative opinions are simply not allowed to air, writes Freie Welt. For example, people from Donbass do not have the opportunity to express their position at all. And this media totalitarianism, the newspaper notes, is being imposed by a handful of European and US news agencies that publish fakes. All those who try to expose the fakes are dismissed as ‘enemies of democracy’, ‘dissenters’ and ‘Nazis’.

Washington and Brussels plus the Threat of NATO Expansion Release Hell on Europe

The call came Thursday evening. 72 people, 32 children, 24 of them with psychological or physical injuries, 7 are bedridden, said the voice on the other end of the line. It belonged to Heinz Hilgers, president of the German Child Welfare Association: ‘Time is running out. These children from the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine, who fled with their mothers to Poland, were allowed to enter Germany only if the mayor immediately assumed full responsibility, writes Süddeutsche Zeitung.

A wake the fuck up electric shock for NATO says Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron said that the Russian military special operation in Ukraine was a ‘electric shock’ for NATO. ‘I confirm everything I said. In 2019, I said that NATO was in a state of brain death. This was true from the point of view of the strategy and the principle of the organization’s work,’ TASS quotes the influential president as saying at an event dedicated to the French leader’s election program.


Today I killed my brother,
Or was it other time?
For clock hands move no longer,
When the death is not of thine.
Had be been another’s boy,
Would it not matter much,
For if I kill your brother,
It doesn’t seem as such,

To take a life but brother’s death,
Is like you take your own,
It is a Civil War they said,
When hearts are made of stone.