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Western Reset of Fascist Aggression Towards Russia

People in the West may perhaps find this year’s commemorations marking the end of World War II a little disorientating, especially in light of the current Ukraine crisis. A Western-backed fascist regime in Kiev is unleashing deadly violence against dissenting pro-Russian citizens, with the latest victims numbering 20 in the southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol. That death toll inflicted by state forces working with neo-Nazi paramilitaries on the orders of an unelected fascist junta in Kiev – backed by the West – comes days after dozens of Ukrainian citizens were killed in the eastern Donetz region and in the south-western port city of Odessa...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 10.05.2014


Victory Day parade on Moscow's Red Square 2014 (FULL VIDEO)

Victory Day is one of the most important holidays for Russia, as it marks the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in the Second World War on May 9, 1945. Tanks, fighter jets & unrivalled missile defense systems -- the Victory Day parade will stage a military show in the heart of Moscow to mark the 69 year of WWII Victory.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 09.05.2014


Why Are Southern and Eastern Ukraine Rebelling?

The popular protest in the southeastern regions of Ukraine against the nationalists who carried out an armed coup d’état in Kiev is being linked - at the instigation of the U.S. State Department - with Russia's interference in the internal affairs of a neighboring country. In fact, the outbreak of the civil protest movement in these industrial regions has nothing to do with the supposed schemes of Russian intelligence agencies. The immediate impetus for current events came from the seizure of power in Kiev by interest groups with an aggressive anti-Russian ideology; the deeper cause of the movement is rooted in the ethnic composition of the population and the history of the settlement and development of these lands...

Alexander DONETSKY | 23.04.2014


That’s the Way it Started 70 Years Ago: Bloody Easter in Sky over Belgrade

Seventy years ago the people in Belgrade became victims of air strikes delivered by British-US aircraft. It happened as the holiday was marked on April 16, 1944. This day went down in history as Bloody Easter... As the tradition goes, Serbia remembers in prayers those who died in April 1944 as well as those who lost lives in the even more horrible bombings of 1999. They all became victims of the West’s policy towards the Slav peoples of South-Eastern Europe...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 22.04.2014


Poland and Date of February 18: Before and After

...The date of February 18 is the date of the events viewed differently, the views that have become a dividing line for Penezhno and the whole country.  Poland will never become the country it had been before this date.  It was the first victim of German aggression and its WWII death toll is 6 million people (every fifth!). Only those, who share the ideas of Hitler, can lead a tranquil life there – the phenomenon is the division of national consciousness. This is the land that has seen Auschwitz and Maidanek. It’s like a contamination which is still giving up the smell of burning pipes. If someone can allow himself the luxury to glorify the fascist swastika and denigrate the memorials of Soviet soldiers, who freed Poland from the Nazi plague, then what we’re talking about is the verdict for the country, the government and the people...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 23.02.2014


Made in Poland, or the Desecrators of Memory

In late October the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) handed down a decision on the «Katyn case» in favor of Russia; its final ruling on the complaint of the Poles' relatives was that Russia did not violate the European Convention on Human Rights in the Katyn case. On the eve of the ECHR decision, which makes it impossible to further politicize the topic of Katyn, a scandal broke out surrounding the erecting of a «sculpture» in Gdansk of a soldier in a helmet with a star on it raping a pregnant woman with the barrel of a gun in her mouth...

Nikolai MALISHEVSKI | 04.11.2013


European Hyenas. 75th Anniversary of Munich Pact

There are anniversaries in the political calendar of Western democracies that London, Washing-ton, Paris and Warsaw world prefer to skip. One of such events took place exactly 75 years ago on September 30, 1938 when prime-ministers of Great Britain and France - Neville Chamberlain and Eduard Daladier - signed the Munich Pact with Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini allowing the aggressors to grab Czechoslovakia. The United States supported the deal. No matter how hard one tries to delete or blur over this ignominious page in the history of Western diplomacy, the peoples’ memory is too strong to make it forgotten. Indeed, the Munich Pact cannot be consigned to oblivion – it started WWII...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 02.10.2013


Handshakes and diplomacy belie America’s new Cold War

...Putting these two ominous developments in perspective – the continuation of the long historical trend of destabilizing Russia’s borders with violent dissident groups, from Nazi war criminals and partisans to today’s various Jihadist networks, plus the expansion of nuclear threat – one is left with the compelling conclusion that Washington is not serious about fostering mutual relations, but rather is engaging in a new Cold War of hostile intent towards Moscow. The diplomatic handshakes, smiles and pseudo-agreements are merely window-dressing for what’s really in the American store.

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 12.05.2013


German Lies About War, Russians and Poles

The German movie, much talked about recently, is called «Our Mothers, Our Fathers» («Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter»). It is a symbol of Germany walking over a psychological milestone. Now the Germans think that, no matter what, the Wehrmacht soldiers were good guys. Even if they killed, it was done on order. At that, the Russian servicemen are painted exactly as Goebbels described them, barbarian and subhuman. It’s not all. «Our Mothers, Our Fathers» is not anti-Russian only, it is also defiantly anti-Polish...

Vladislav GULEVICH | 01.05.2013


Obama, an Activist in His Last Term?

In assessing the situation as President Obama begins his second term one very important point must be made – unlike most parliamentary democracies there is no leader of the opposition. Strangely, this works to the disadvantage of Mr. Obama... Probably the president’s biggest problem is to bring the American monetary situation under control... Perhaps Mr. Obama’s biggest problem is what to do with the Middle East...

Rafe MAIR | 04.03.2013

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Russia-Egypt Arms Deal: Major Breakthrough as US Middle East Policy Faces Another Set Back

Russian President Vladimir Putin met Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, on August 12, 2014. It was his first official visit to the Russian Federation as President. And Vladimir Putin was the first leader to invite him for a visit outside the Arab world since his swearing-in as head of state. The agenda included introduction to a selection of Russian military hardware for sale. On September 17 it was reported that Russia and Egypt have reached a preliminary deal for Cairo to buy arms worth $3.5 billion from Moscow. Egypt and Russia have a history of being strategic allies. The emerging relationship reminds of the era of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, the great Egyptian leader. The deal concluded between Russia and Egypt on September 17 portends a gradual reduction in Washington's ability to control the quality and quantity of weapons that Cairo receives and to maintain Israel's qualitative military edge in the region.  

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