While more and more crimes against humanity are being committed in Eastern Ukraine, no coverage is presented in the West.
No attention is paid to the murders, atrocities, and war crimes committed on the territory of Europe. The innocent residents subject to all that ferocity seem to be cast into oblivion.
As Webster Tarpley has clearly laid out, those who say no to Washington soon pay the price. French President Hollande in a recent interview stated that sanctions must be lifted against Russia and that Putin has no intention of invading Eastern Ukraine. France has also stood in solidarity with Gaza and the West Bank, acknowledging the Palestinian State's right to exist. A double wammy rebelling against the axis of evil. Charlie Hebdo was the result.
In 2014 six journalists were killed in Ukraine.
One brave man who has followed the crisis in Ukraine since the beginning,Graham Phillips, remains.
Graham has accumulated a large body of work and eye witness reporting that is not seen in any other news media, especially in the West. He has also been joined by another brave man, Patrick Lancaster.
On the 9th of January 2015, Patrick wrote on his Facebook page:
"Just spoke to a colleague and friend. He told me he was arrested by the Ukraine army and turned over to the Ukraine secret service, SBU. They told him that Patrick Lancaster and Graham Phillips are wanted criminals and that he needed to supply them with information about us when he refused they beat and interrogated him for a for over 10 hours then put him out in the cold weather with little clothing. We are Journalists and are being targeted for putting out the facts that we see. I will not let this hold me back I will strive to bring all the facts I can to the public. Maybe by doing this I can save at least one civilian life. "
Phil Butler in tribute to Graham Phillips writes in his blog "When will "we the people" stop the killing in Donbass?"
"The BBC does not have a "Graham Phillips" on the ground in Ukraine. Neither does the New York Times or the Sydney Morning Herald. Phillips, for those unaware, has been the impromptu eyes and ears of the world in east Ukraine since the beginning. Threatened, held captive by Kiev, shot at, expelled into the Polish badlands, and having had a bounty placed on his head, the Brit reporter captures daily the strife that is speaking Russian in fascist held Ukraine."
No matter what you may or may not think about Russia, no matter what you may or may not think about Putin, the people of Donbass are being massacred by the Nuland installed government in Kiev. And while the world watched France rise in solidarity with "Je suis Charlie," in the name of free speech, this is what was going on on the other side of Europe and never reported, certainly not in Poroshenko's Kiev media.
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