BBC propaganda – disturbing images of war

The BBC, which so very recently helped sell the fake Covid-19 pandemic, is now selling fake stories from Mariupol in south-eastern Ukraine. It never reported on the way Mariupol was taken by the fascists. In cahoots with the rest of western media it puts out clearly fabricated stories to support one side (Kiev) of the... Continue Reading →

Lies in the skies

On Tuesday 27 July a Chinook was spotted circling round South Birmingham. The next day we got skies you can hardly believe, together with thunder, lightning, rain, hail and swirling winds. Coincidence? Possible. That the US can change the weather, and has been doing for years , denying everything until 2015 when they came clean,... Continue Reading →

Spooks everywhere

In Russian the word pravda means truth and izvestia means news. In the Soviet era there was a saying about the two main newspapers: Pravda and Izvestia. The saying went: "There is no news in Pravda and no truth in Izvestia" (в правде нет известий в известиях нет правды). It was and is well-known that in the... Continue Reading →

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