In a recent statement, the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation said that the activity of the US-based non-governmental organization National Endowment for Democracy in Russia was undesirable. Officials with the US State Department released predictable comments after the decision was announced
Turkey summons an emergency meeting of NATO in connection with the aggravation of the situation on the border with Syria and Iraq, where the Islamic State terrorist group has taken roots. Yet, it is the Kurds, but not the Jihadists, whom Turkey is bombing. Is Turkey ready to fight on two fronts? What happened to Turkey's neutrality?
One quote has reverberated through the USA's decades of decimations of the lands of others. Peter Arnett, in a piece published in July 1968, quoted an American officer saying of Bến Tre: "It became necessary to destroy the town to save it." He was referring to the decision to bomb the town, whatever the cost of civilian lives to rout the Vietcong.
After the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak, which has devastated the economies of several West African countries, now Influenza A H5N1, also known as Avian Flu or Bird Flu, a highly pathogenic strain of the influenza virus, has spread to five countries in the region, threatening to wipe out the poultry industry and put further strain on the population.
Who else is talking about the Russian threat? Excuse my French, but they are mongrel dogs that dance to the American tune. American stars and stripes are sticking out from darkest crimes. Russia was the first to present its evidence about the Boeing jetliner that was downed in Ukraine. No other country has presented any other evidence ever since
Western media sources were quick to point the finger at "Russian-backed rebels" operating in Eastern Ukraine, operating a "Russian missile system" to down the Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 in July 2014. Even the name of Russia's President was invoked...all without a shred of evidence one year on. Here are some questions to be answered.
What is the main problem of the Russian authorities? How should Russia resist to the ongoing pressure from the West? What future can Russia expect? Pravda.Ru editor-in-chief Inna Novikova asked these and other questions to deputy of the State Duma, coordinator of the National Liberation Movement, Yevgeny Fyodorov
The recent nuclear deal between the US and Iran could have put an end to a long standoff between the world Superpower on the one hand and the Islamic Republic on the other. It may, because of between the acceptance of the agreement and its ratification it will spend ninety days in which everything is possible.
When the president of Estonia called some of his colleagues "Putin's useful idiots," none of them protested. The rank of "Putin's useful idiots" includes Western businessmen, politicians, journalists and even generals. 'Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience," Mark Twain once said