Jahrelang ging die Erzählung vom angeblichen Mord an dem angeblichen Whistleblower Magnitski durch die westlichen Medien. Das ging zwar auf die Darstellung nur eines Mannes zurück, hatte aber massive geopolitische Konsequenzen. Nun zieht Der Spiegel diese Erzählung in Zweifel.
Since this news-report is going to be especially harsh regarding today’s Democratic Party in the United States, readers should be aware that until that Party nominated Hillary Clinton in 2016, this writer was, and consistently voted as, a Democrat, and that I have never been, and never could be, a Republican. In no way does this article reflect a Republican viewpoint. It is not partisan — not favoring one person’s viewpoint over any other’s. (Though it does favor trustworthy evidence over untrustworthy hearsay and witnesses, etc.) This article is written by a consistent progressive, which means a person whose top value is truth, nothing else than 100% honesty and reflecting only personally verified sources, real facts. Intense care has therefore been taken in checking and cross-checking and validating information before accepting here anything as constituting information instead of as being disinformation (which is sadly rampant). The following article is written only because it reports what my own independent researches have found to be the actual case regarding what is now commonly called “Ukrainegate” (the focus of the impeachment-proceedings against U.S. President Donald Trump). (…)
For several years since the global push to develop mass-scale Electric Vehicles, the element Lithium has come intofocus as a strategic metal. Demand is enormous in China, in the EU and in the USA at present, and securing control over lithium supplies is already developing its own geopolitics not unlike that for the control of oil.
For China, which has set major targets to become the world’s largest producer of EVs, developing lithium battery materials is a priority for the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20) period. Though China has its own lithium reserves, recovery is limited, and China has gone to secure lithium mining rights abroad.Read more…
Was in der Levante geschieht, wissen wir nur durch die Kriegspropaganda des Landes, in dem wir leben. Wir ignorieren andere Standpunkte und, was noch wichtiger ist, wie sich unsere Armeen verhalten haben. Um das Wahre vom Falschen zu trennen, werden die Historiker in der Zukunft die verfügbaren Dokumente untersuchen müssen. Nun, was uns die westliche Militärdokumentation sagt, widerspricht den Aussagen der Politiker und dem Narrativ der Zeitungen. Nur wenn man die Strategie des Pentagons seit (…)
Im Donbass-Konflikt in der Ostukraine starben über 13.000 Menschen. Das ist immer wieder zu hören, und zwar von beiden Seiten. Doch wie groß ist der Anteil der zivilen Opfer, und vor allem: Welche Konfliktpartei hat sie zu verantworten?
The Hybrid War on Bolivia isn’t over by a long shot, but it did in fact succeed in its most immediate aim of carrying out regime change against democratically re-elected and legitimate President Morales, so it’s important to review how this happened in th
Two days before Bolivian president Evo Morales was pushed out by the country’s military, Mark Weisbot of the Center for Economic and Policy Research penned a warning about what was happening, and what might unfold, in a Nation article titled, The Trump Administration Is Undercutting Democracy in Bolivia. (…)
„…what went down in Bolivia is part of the global proxy war the Trump administration is waging against countries like China and Russia in order to push back against the ongoing transition to a multi-polar geopolitical world.“
Peter Koenig is an economist and geopolitical analyst. He is also a water resources and environmental specialist. He worked for over 30 years with the World Bank and the World Health Organization around the world in the fields of environment and water. He lectures at universities in the US, Europe and South America. He writes regularly for Global Research; ICH; RT; Sputnik; PressTV; The 21st century; Greanville Post; Defend Democracy Press, TeleSUR; The Saker Blog, the New Eastern Outlook (NEO); and other internet sites. He is the author of Implosion – An Economic Thriller about War, Environmental Destruction and Corporate Greed – fiction based on facts and on 30 years of World Bank experience around the globe. He is also a co-author of The World Order and Revolution! – Essays from the Resistance.
Bolivian President Evo Morales‘ decision to abide by the „recommendation“ of the US-backed OAS that his country hold another election represents serious backtracking on his pro-sovereignty stance under heavy Hybrid War pressure following the mutiny of sev