Selected Articles: All Eyes on Russia

Following President Vladimir Putin‘s 2018 State of the Nation Address, the Russophobes in the West represented by the mainstream media have contributed to exacerbating the tensions between US-NATO and Russia.

Playing tone-deaf to the hypersonic nuclear development of the Kremlin, the UK has used the Sergei Skripal incident as a leverage to further inch towards all out war.  

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Why the West Cannot Stomach Russians

By Andre Vltchek, March 13, 2018

It saved the world from Nazism. It did it at a horrific price of 25 million men, women and children, but it did it; courageously, proudly and altruistically. The West never forgave the Soviet Union for this epic victory either, because all that is unselfish and self-sacrificing, is always in direct conflict with its own principles, and therefore ‘extremely dangerous’.

Double Agent Sergei Skripal – There’s More to This Story Than Meets the Eye

By True Publica, March 12, 2018

As we mentioned in our report last week “What You Are NOT being Told About Russian Spy Sergei Skripal” – it should not be forgotten that Skripal is a traitor who sold the identities of dozens of Russian agents abroad to the UK, in exchange for hard cash. This may very well have caused the deaths of some of those Russian agents operating in conflict zones. Skripal is also a known double agent – or double traitor. Without doubt, Skripal had enemies, probably quite a few.

Gang of Four: Senators Call for Tillerson to Enter Into Arms Control Talks with the Kremlin

By Dr. Gilbert Doctorow and Ray McGovern, March 12, 2018

In a sad commentary on the parlous state of the U.S. media, a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson from four United States Senators dated March 8 calling for opening arms control talks with the Kremlin ASAP is nowhere to be found in mainstream newspapers a day after its release on the Senate home page of one of the authors, Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.).

Why Russia’s New Strategic Capabilities Come as a Shock to the US Intelligence Community

By Philip Giraldi, March 11, 2018

On March 1st, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke before his country’s Federal Assembly plus a large group of both local and foreign journalists, outlining his plans for the economy and also dealing with other domestic issues should he be reelected later this month. The final third of the presentation was on national defense and, in its substance, was clearly directed at a global audience, particularly the United States.

The British Government is “Talking War With Russia”: The Mysterious Skripal Incident-Another Anti-Russian Provocation

By Christopher Black, March 11, 2018

The British government is talking war with Russia over a mysterious incident that is claimed to have taken place on Sunday March 4, just a few kilometres from the secrecy shrouded British biological and chemical warfare research and development facility at Porton Down in Wiltshire.

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