UKRAINE: MODERN TIMES' regular commentator, John Y. Jones, gives us here in this essay (via Jacques Baud) an overview of the balance of power, the progression of the Ukraine war, the propaganda threat, the Russians' intentions and Western reactions, the Nazi accusations and lies campaigns.
PRIORITIES: Many who question the legitimacy of the US wars seem to be pressured by research and media institutions. An example here is the Institute for Peace Research (PRIO), which has had researchers who have historically been critical of any war of aggression – who have hardly belonged to the close friends of nuclear weapons.
ORIENTERING APRIL 11, 1970: April 9 was a result of the Norwegian officer corps' remission policy and nasal admiration for Hitler-Germany and all it stood for, says Major Svein Blindheim in this interview.
Nuclear Weapons: Despite repeated demonstrations, nuclear weapons are still with us, and they are at least as dangerous as before. This book contains what you need to know about the history of nuclear weapons.
The United States is calling for a picture of itself as the heroic country that can save the world from an "increasingly aggressive China". At the same time, 400 US military bases surround China with rockets, bombers, warships and, above all, nuclear weapons.