Columnist Michael Brendan Dowerty opined that Russia’s victory in the special operation in Ukraine could be the second major defeat for the United States after the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
In today’s show originally broadcast on June 30 2022, Andy is joined by Deanna Spingola and Michael Walsh (at the 31 minute mark) for a show entitled, “Re-Unions.”
Burial sites on the Waterloo battlefield have not yet been identified. Tony Pollard, director of the Scottish Centre for War and Conflict Archaeology at the University of Glasgow, UK, has researched private letters, memoirs, and sketches of people who visited the Belgian village of Waterloo shortly after the battle. The results are presented in a paper published in the Journal of Conflict Archeology
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has published a list of countries that earned the most from arms supplies between 2015 and 2020, according to Junge Welt. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were the top importers by far. The main exporters are the USA, Great Britain and France, the German edition notes.
Throughout Ukraine, draft notices are being handed to people in the streets, eateries, and beaches amid the EU/US provoked war on Russia. A large-scale manhunt for conscripts is underway across Ukraine amid the military conflict with Russia, a source within Kyiv’s military has told RT Russian. Ukraine is said to be unscrupulous about those being recruited and the means of delivering draft notices to them.
It could take years for the UK to replace weapons that it has funnelled to Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict with Russia, the chief of the defence staff, Admiral Tony Radakin, has admitted. He made the remarks on Wednesday as he spoke before a parliamentary committee.
The media’s combine harvester of lies has little trouble in reaping a yield of dupes despite the Western Press constantly being exposed as being responsible for all western wars of regime change and control.
Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist and author. He formerly held a sub-cabinet office in the United States federal government as well as teaching positions at several U.S. universities. He is a promoter of supply-side economics and an opponent of recent U.S. foreign policy:
By the close of 2021, UNICEF estimates that 36.5 million children were displaced from their homes due to conflict, violence and other crises. These appalling statistics have not been as high since World War II. Amongst this almost 37 million, 13.7 million are refugees and asylum-seeking children fleeing from NATO and CIA-inspired conflicts. Conflict and violence have also led to the internal displacement of 2.8 million children. These figures do not account for the displacement caused by the war in Ukraine since 2022.
Ukrainian soldiers are increasingly abandoning their positions and posting videos with complaints about their command. Why is the number of desertions increasing in the war-torn country? Draining the West’s coffers: the total assistance of Western countries to Ukraine has already exceeded the country’s military budget for 2022, which was to amount to $12 billion. And this is without taking into account donations from ordinary citizens all over the world. Very soon, Ukraine will receive another $20 billion for its military needs from the United States.