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Zakharchenko: “Now we play by our rules…”

Written by @GBabeuf Video by @PLnewstoday (Youtube channel Patrick Lancaster)   Zakharchenko interrupted OSCE’s Hug when the latter claimed Zakharchenko was responsible for implementing Minsk to tell him that his first responsibility was to defend the people of the DPR. Zakharchenko also point blank refused to remove any heavy or light weapons from the front … Continue reading

The British Government & the Waffen-SS Galitsia Division

Written by Andrey Panevin / Edited by @GBabeuf Obstruction of Justice: How the British Government Protected 8,000 Soldiers of the Waffen-SS Galitsia Division Amid the continued support given to the fascist politicians and military of Ukraine by western governments, many people are asking how such a betrayal of the sacrifices of the Allies in World War … Continue reading

Donbass defender Rafael Marques Lusvarghi arrested in Ukraine

At approximately 9:00am on Thursday, October 6, 2016, Rafael Marques Lusvarghi, a Brazilian volunteer who served in the Donbass, defending the freedom of its people, in the period from September 2014 to October 2015, was detained by the Ukrainian State Security Service (SBU) in Kiev’s Borispol Airport. The SBU has since announced that Rafael will be charged under Article 258-3 (creation of a terrorist … Continue reading

The Face of Evil

Syria dominates the news media at the moment. There is good reason for it. The world is aghast at the hideous brutality unleashed by the savage inhumanity of that war. But it also gives a lot of Westerners ensconced in their comfortable cocoons of security and plenty an excuse to point at the senseless acts … Continue reading

Justifying Aggression With Democracy

Author: Brad Blankenship The author works with Al Masdar News. Throughout the history of colonialism, many policies were enunciated by foreign powers in colonial territories with the pretence of a civilizing mission (such as the so-called white man’s burden and other similar doctrines). In America, one does not have to look very far for any trace … Continue reading

Syria Is Not Russia’s Viet Nam

Author: Paul Antonopoulos Paul Antonopoulos is currently a Candidate for an MA Degree, writing his dissertation on the Saudi-Iranian Geopolitical Rivalry in the Syrian War and is an analyst for Al-Masdar News. You can follow him on twitter. Al-Masdar News is also on twitter. A very highly placed Israeli officer told Al-Monitor, on condition of anonymity, … Continue reading

Imperial Madness

Preamble: While the various existing journalism codes of conduct vary, most share common foundations that include the principles of—truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity, impartiality, fairness and public accountability—as these apply to the attainment of newsworthy information and its ensuing dissemination to the public. The modern-day reality is that the overwhelming majority of current Western main-stream media is … Continue reading

America’s Dark History of Supporting Ukrainian Fascists and War Criminals

Author Andrey Panevin / Edited by @GBabeuf The American support of contemporary Ukrainian fascism albeit shocking is in fact not a new political phenomenon. Documents declassified by the CIA under a FOIA request entitled The NAZI War Crimes Declassification Act show that not only was the CIA monitoring Ukrainian fascist groups during and after WWII, … Continue reading

War In Our Time

Author: Andrey Panevin / Edited by @GBabeuf The Crisis of Distraction “Accepting the absurdity of everything around us is one step, a necessary experience: it should not become a dead end. It arouses a revolt that can become fruitful.” –Albert Camus   In 2015 we are barrelling towards a third world war at breakneck speed … Continue reading

Is Ukraine a Modern Day Colony?

by Andrey Panevin / The Barricade Western nations like to pretend that colonialism was all but wiped out in the years following the Second World War. However, those who know better than to trust the accounts of the western ‘victors’ of WWII understand that imperialism is alive and well. Constant military and political interventions in Latin … Continue reading

The Updated Military Strategy of the US: Ambiguity and Dominance

by Andrey Panevin “We are more likely to face prolonged campaigns than conflicts that are resolved quickly… that control of escalation is becoming more difficult and more important… and that as a hedge against unpredictability with reduced resources, we may have to adjust our global posture.” These lines from the chairman’s foreword to the The National Military Strategy of the United … Continue reading

Black Earth and the Struggle for Ukraine’s Future

Preamble: We are delighted to introduce Andrey Panevin, who will be joining Slavyangrad as a regular contributor of original (and undeniably unique) analytical perspectives to Slavyangrad.org. The article below is a vivid example of his strengths as an investigative journalist. We have been following Andrey for many months, and, when the decision was made to increase the ambit … Continue reading

The Kiev Cauldron—Киевский Котел

Preamble: Without undue fanfare (only the accolades well earned), allow me to introduce, by means of the excellent analysis below, one of the many new beginnings here at Slavyangrad. In addition to our bread and butter—translations of first-hand accounts, interviews and analyses authored by the many authentic voices of Novorossiya, Russia and Ukraine—we will be starting to publish … Continue reading

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra Silences Valentina Lisitsa’s Music

In Russian Симфонический оркестр Торонто попытался замолчать музыку Валентины Лисицы It is no secret that nowadays many alternative media activists face appalling state-sponsored censorship in many nominally free and democratic Western countries. Now it seems that such censorship has penetrated much deeper than we have come to expect. Art itself, the truest form of free expression, is being silenced. Valentina Lisitsa … Continue reading

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