Conflicts of Interest: The West Digs in for a Long War Against Russia in Ukraine

On COI #291, Kyle Anzalone discusses Julian Assange, Russia, China, and Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia.

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8 thoughts on “Conflicts of Interest: The West Digs in for a Long War Against Russia in Ukraine”

  1. Jun 26, 2022 First Look Into Russian Controlled Kharkiv Region Ukraine (Special Report)

    As there have been no western journalists reporting in the Russian Controlled Kharkiv / Kharkov Region of Ukraine my team and I traveled there to show the world what it is really like. This report is an in-depth look at the people that are living in this region now and what they think about the situation. We spoke to many people and found many different opinions. Some were pro-Ukrainian and some were pro-Russian. This is a must-see report to open the eyes of the world. Watch until the end.

    1. His coverage is excellent. He is up front about where he stands but understanding any issue is understanding different perspectives.

      1. Thanks GStorm, I attempt to locate different sources all of the time. “A mind is like a parachute. It doesn’t work if it is not open.” Frank Zappa

        1. I wish the MSM would report the news accurately but it of course doesn’t. It portrays Russia as the aggressor and Ukraine as innocent and NATO as nations that do not meddle in other nations’ affairs except to help innocent people being persecuted by the governments or to help countries invaded by aggressors.
          Ukraine persecutes people in the Russian speaking regions. The US starts forever wars in the ME, S Asia and secret forever wars in Africa and probably other places. None of those places have regions where the majority of people are Americans and are persecuted by their governments.

          1. This will give you some great insight from someone in the know.


            How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up In 1953, Joseph Alsop, then one of America’s leading syndicated columnists, went to the Philippines to cover an election. He did not go because he was asked to do so by his syndicate. He did not go because he was asked to do so by the newspapers that printed his column. He went at the request of the CIA.


    1. Whether there’s a long war in Ukraine is up to more than one party.

      The only way there’s a short war in Ukraine is if the Russians settle for LPR/DPR/land corridor to Crimea and the Ukrainians (under sway from the US, of course) accept it.

      If the Russians try to take more, or the Ukrainians insist on fighting to get LPR/DPR back, the war continues indefinitely, since there’s no plausible future in which either of those sides get those things.

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