Selected Articles: The Battle of Bakhmut: Russian Forces Take Full Control of the Province

The Battle of Bakhmut: Russian Forces Take Full Control of the Province

By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida, May 23, 2023

On May 20, Moscow’s officials announced that Russian forces had taken full control of the province, with no more Ukrainian units in the region. With this, the bloodiest infantry battle since World War II ended. The case once again shows how Moscow militarily controls the conflict, leaving no doubt as to which side is winning on the battlefield.

“The US and UK are complicit with the Israeli apartheid and racist regime.” Interview with Sami, the Bedouin

By Sami the Bedouin and Steven Sahiounie, May 23, 2023

The armed conflict between the Palestinian people of the West Bank and Gaza continues against the Israeli forces who maintain the over 5 million residents under a brutal military occupation, with no human rights, and no freedom in sight.

mRNA and Breastfeeding: COVID-19 Vaccinated Mothers Who Breastfeed — Babies Have Serious Reactions Including Death

By Dr. William Makis, May 23, 2023

Pfizer’s own documents report that the rate of adverse events in babies who are breastfeeding from COVID-19 mRNA vaccinated mothers is 13% and serious adverse events occur in 2% of babies, including two baby deaths recorded in VAERS.

Ukraine Admits Murdering “Quite a Few” Russian Civilians Who Back Putin and His Invasion

By Zero Hedge, May 23, 2023

A senior Ukrainian official has admitted that his country has assassinated “quite a few” Russian civilians who support Putin and his war to assert control of the Donbas region. In interviews first reported by The Times of London, Major General Kyrylo Budanov, who heads Ukraine’s military intelligence service, also promised more attacks are to come. 

Help to Live in Peace and Freedom! Appeal to the Youth of the World

By Dr. Rudolf Hänsel, May 22, 2023

In the course of their development, young people are confronted with a variety of challenges which they usually cope with well. In order to be able to tackle life’s tasks courageously, the adolescent is dependent on being embedded in a supportive environment as a living world and in an integrating culture.

The EU Can’t Keep Its Story Straight About U.S Sanctions Against the Import of Russian Fuel

By Andrew Korybko, May 22, 2023

The EU only has two choices when it comes to India selling refined Russian fuel: it can either retain the present arrangement for the pragmatic sake of all parties’ pecuniary interests, or it can ban the import of these products for ideological reasons at the expense of the aforesaid.


The US Government Launches A.I. Tool to Detect “Russian Disinformation”

By Ben Bartee, May 22, 2023

As I covered recently at PJ Media, the technocrat with the single most punchable face in world history, Antony Blinken, announced that the Biden administration now has at its fingertips a propriety AI tool to comb the web for something called “Russian disinformation.”

Squeezed by the Shorts: Time to Ban Short Selling?

By Ellen Brown, May 22, 2023

Short sellers have made a killing in the recent banking crisis, scalping $14.3 billion from bank stock owners just in March of this year. Short sellers “borrow” stock they don’t own and immediately sell it, driving the price down. Then they buy it back at the lower price, return the stock, and pocket the difference.

Death’s Secretary Tries to Forget on Cape Cod

By Edward Curtin, May 22, 2023

We have come to Cape Cod for a few days to forget the man-made world that is too much with us. I have asked my forgettery to get to work. As my childhood friends used to say to me, “Eddy spaghetti, use you forgetty.” The adults had no idea what they meant.  Many still do not.

The Growing War Cost on Our Shoulders. Manlio Dinucci

By Manlio Dinucci, May 22, 2023

On European tours of Italy, Germany, France, and Britain, Zelensky raised billions in military aid. But this is not enough. Now he is announcing that soon a coalition of European countries will supply Kyiv with fighter bombers to be used against Russia. Among these fighters could be the Italian Tornadoes with attack capabilities, even nuclear ones, flying at very low altitudes to evade enemy radars.

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