NATO's infowar and the history of the Ukrainian conflict (E427)
NATO is not just traditional weapons of war but a vast regiment of journalists whose salary and status is absolutely determined by the gusto with which they prosecute NATO's war. Over the Ukraine there isn't even a tiny chink in the armor, it is an ironclad consensus. Using their control over Big Tech, they are literally book-burning in a frenzy of cancellation and deplatforming. NATO has all the big guns. We've talked to Consortium News' distinguished Editor-in-Chief, Joe Lauria, on this worrying development.
The conflict in Ukraine didn't just begin last month or even last year, but eight long and bloody years ago, and 14,000 Ukrainian citizens were slaughtered there. Not by Russia but by other Ukrainians, by the Ukrainian armed forces and their vanguard in the Neo-Nazi battalion. But not a lot of people know that, and those that do are determined to conceal it. We explore the history of this conflict with Security Analyst Mark Sleboda.