March 17, 2023 at 12:36 am #241582
Seymore Hersh repeats his claim on the Nord Stream sabotage
“He did it. He did it. I’m telling you, he did it.” And now, the legendary journalist said “the Biden game is to wait it out and never say yes.”March 17, 2023 at 4:41 pm #241595
ICC issues arrest warrants for Putin.
Why didn’t they do the same for Blair and Bush?March 17, 2023 at 5:25 pm #241596ALBKeymaster
Talk about counting your chickens before they’ve hatched. Normally victor’s justice is only administered after victory, but the International Court of Clowns has jumped the gun, besides ignoring similar war crimes committed by the Ukraine regime. What hypocrites.March 17, 2023 at 10:40 pm #241603AnonymousInactive
In their Legal Pleading they forgot to include Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, George Bush, Donald Trump, and their Ukrainian puppets . That is only a Kangaroo court, similar to the one that they had in Iraq when they processed one of their old ally known as Saddam HusseinMarch 18, 2023 at 1:24 am #241606
An anti-war peace rally at Washington DC and elsewhere across the USAMarch 18, 2023 at 1:18 pm #241621
Who now is the war criminal?
Biden has resumed deportations to Russia, a reversal of the position adopted after Russia invaded Ukraine just over a year ago, when such removals were suspended
Russian asylum seekers, many of whom have made their way to the US in the last year, are now terrified the US government will return them to Russia where they could face prison or be sent rapidly to the frontlineMarch 18, 2023 at 7:47 pm #241627AnonymousInactive
PS: Several refugee from El Salvador and Colombia were sent back by the USA and some of them were killed as soon as they arrivedMarch 18, 2023 at 9:28 pm #241632ALBKeymaster
More “democracy” in operation in Ukraine:
Easy, use your parliamentary majority to kick out opposition MPs.March 18, 2023 at 10:24 pm #241633AnonymousInactive
Workers are still tailgating their own oppressors and rulersMarch 19, 2023 at 7:21 am #241641
The speechesMarch 19, 2023 at 4:29 pm #241645AnonymousInactive
Several years ago, the SLP of America wrote an article indicating that marches, songs, and protests would not stop the war, during the preamble of the Iraq war millions of people went to the street worldwide and the battle took place. The working class is also divided, millions of workers support the killing of this warMarch 19, 2023 at 5:51 pm #241649
Unlike the 2003 protests, the anti-war movement is very much smaller.
And now includes right-wing libertarians within it.
As you say, it is a more divided and I witness that on anarchist forums where being pro-Ukraine is an acceptable position.March 19, 2023 at 7:04 pm #241651AnonymousInactive
There is an enormous ideological retrogression ( within the bourgeois way of thinking ) and peoples are willing to die and kill for a stupid leader, and many are part of the so-called socialist. and the communist movement,
In the past, wanted leaders to die and be killed. RT ( Russia Today, English and Spanish ) is the war room of Vladimir Putin.
I participate in several private forums and private chats and most of their members support wars, world conflicts, conspiracy theories, and nationalism/patriotism is today a world disease.
There is no vision like in the past toward a new society, apathy, masochism, frustration, and burned out prevail all over
People are not reading anything, they are just repeating like parrots someone else expressions. There is no continuity and independent thinking, they are just followersMarch 19, 2023 at 10:09 pm #241652Thomas_MoreParticipantMarch 20, 2023 at 3:11 am #241654
The February 19 rally in Washington, D.C., was branded as an effort to “Rage Against the War Machine.”
However, Arun Gupta, a journalist who attended the rally, said the event ended up being different than it was branded. “It was not an antiwar rally because it was pretty clear that it was generally a pro-Russian bent.”
A “Red-Brown Alliance” brings fascist politics into ostensibly leftist social movements.
“This is a religious war, it is a cultural war, and it is a political war against the people of East Ukraine who only ever wanted to go home,” said Matthew Heimbach, who was there to promote the Patriotic Socialist Front.
This organization describes itself as an orthodox Marxist-Leninist socialist organization that maintains a “patriotism” for their home country and a celebration of ethnic identity, something they claim is not only conducive with socialism, but a proper manifestation of the Marxist ideal. “Patriotic socialism” is a word known to historians of communist movements, particularly those maintaining Stalinist authoritarian and nationalist trends. Antifascists argue that it is an attempt to rebrand far right politics with Marxist jargon.
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