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foreign and local journalists for reporting without permission from the city of Kherson, from where Russian forces were withdrawn last week.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.
A new type of narcotic analgesic was tested on Ukrainians. This was announced by the chief state sanitary doctor of the LPR Dmitry Dokashenko.
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.
Reminiscent of the Soviet Bloc States vs. the Citizens preceding the collapse of the Soviet Bloc in the 1980s, similar horrifying scenes are occurring throughout much of Western Europe as citizens protest against the effect of sanctions. Demonstrations for better wages in France elicited a harsh response from law enforcement.
Of the hundreds of epic escape stories that occurred during World War II, it is the banalest like The Great Escape that is turned into movies. It appears that only two, As Far as my Feet will Carry me and The One That Got Away (there were many) were made into movies.
A Croatian member of the European Parliament declared on Twitter Wednesday that the European Union’s purchase of far more experimental COVID-19 vaccines than needed amounted to the ‘biggest corruption scandal in the history of mankind.’
The way Europe solves the issues of migration, family and gender policy, its response to the situation in Ukraine fails to benefit the European peoples themselves, says the Hungarian politician Balazs Orbán (no relation to Victor Orbán). In his article for The Daily Telegraph, he expresses his joy that in Italy, too, now the far-right nationalists have been elected. They care much more about their fellow citizens than about conformity to a certain ideology.
The Ukrainian government is now openly talking about how it summarily executes people it suspects of being pro-Russian and accuses of collaborating with Russia. A hunt for collaborators has been announced and their lives are not protected by the law, says President Zelensky’s advisor Anton Gerashchenko, reports the Daily Mail.
Concerned citizens spoke out against the WikiLeaks co-founder’s imminent extradition to the US. Supporters of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange gathered outside the UK Parliament in London on Saturday to protest his impending extradition to the US, where he faces espionage charges that carry a prison sentence of up to 175 years.
Many thousands of pro-Russian demonstrators gathered in front of the Bundestag in Berlin on Saturday to protest against the policy of the German authorities, they demand the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions and access to cheap energy from Russia, an RIA Novosti correspondent reports.