Russell Bentley ‘Texas’ on the situation in Odessa: “There are things worse than war”

Russell Bentley ‘Texas’: When I was on my way to Donetsk, I stayed in Rostov-on-Don for several days. There I became friends with Mikhail, the owner of the hostel where I was staying. He’s a big, tough guy, a real Russian bully – tall, bald and muscular. He was a veteran of both Chechen wars. When I told him I am going to Donbass to join the war against fascists, he said to me: “War is bad.”

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Kiev junta prepares to celebrate of Hitler’s accomplice’s birthday

28.11.2015, Kiev.

Ukrainian Parliament decided to officially celebrate the birthday of the founder of Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN). Parliament of junta gave the instructions to the National Bank and Ukrainian Mail Services to issue the commemorative coins and stamps. The Cabinet was instructed to negotiate the reburial of Evgeny Konovalets with the Government of the Netherlands.

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Revised concept of American domination: suppresion by involvement. Part II

 

Since the properly created global “picture of injustice” is in the hands of the global mass media fully controlled by the United States, it is the U.S. who decide what is justice and what is injustice. In full accordance with Goebbels’ ideas

 

As we have already discussed, the novelty of the current age is that the United States has received the dual conceptual instrument for influencing the masses and elites of the countries which it wants to exploit to its own advantage. The first part of the concept is the major influence the United States has on shaping the agenda and interpreting the events in world media and online. The second part is the all-encompassing American surveillance system which grants the United States unauthorized access to private and state confidential information in almost every country of the world.

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