Étiqueté : Ukraine

Reuters (finally) realizes there are Nazis in Ukraine

In the Atlantic, in 2014, Ukrainian Nazis were dismissed as a “phantom menace”. Luke Harding wrote a (brilliantly argued) column in the Guardian saying that “there weren’t any Nazis in Ukraine because one of the Maidan protesters was Jewish.” Politico magazine mocked “Putin’s Imaginary Nazis”, whilst US News warned against Russia’s “Neo-Nazi Propaganda”. The Guardian simply headlined: “Don’t believe the Russian propaganda about Ukraine’s ‘fascist’ protesters!” There never were Nazis in Ukraine.
Except now there are.

USA, Guerres, Complexe militaro-industriel, Afghanistan, Iran, Irak, Yémen, Somalie, Corée du Nord, Syrie, Ukraine, Chine,

Combien de guerres les USA peuvent-ils mener simultanément ?

Avec plus de 800 bases militaires dans le monde, des dépenses militaires à hauteur de la moitié de leur budget fédéral, un état de guerre permanent soutenu par une propagande belliciste omniprésente, les USA, dont l’économie se centre sur les guerres depuis la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, cherchent à perpétuer coûte que coûte leur système, quitte à mettre la planète entière en danger. De plus, comme tout système capitaliste, l’appareil guerrier des USA implique une croissance. Traduction : toujours plus de guerres. Jusqu’où, et jusqu’à quand ?

Donbass learns to live without Kiev

Three years after the start of the conflict between Kiev and the separatist region of Donbass, no solution is in sight. Ukrainian President Piotr Poroshenko blows hot and cold, hesitating between the establishment of a firm blockade and the restoration of controlled economic ties. On the Donetsk side, the population is organizing, awaiting a hypothetical military intervention.

How Ukraine Annexed Crimea. A Frank Conversation with Nikki Haley

« Do the Crimean people regard themselves as Ukrainian? And does Nikki Haley know the answer to this most important question? It is unlikely that the US ambassador to the UN wants to move the people out of Crimea so that she can give the peninsula back to Ukraine. Especially as she would have to move not only the living, but also the dead, since the ‘Ukrainian’ history of Crimea is very short, around a quarter of a century. »