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John McCain: No Matter Who Killed Nemtsov, Putin Is to Blame


The Western media were very fast to accuse the Russian government in general and Vladimir Putin in particular of involvement in the murder of Boris Nemtsov. 907 more words

Daily News

RT: ‘We should absolutely consider lethal aid’ to Ukraine – US Gen. Martin Dempsey

Published time: March 04, 2015 13:22
Edited time: March 04, 2015 17:30

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (Reuters/Jonathan Ernst) 791 more words


John McCain: the Capture of Mariupol Will Open the Way to the Baltic States

Russkaya Vesna
Mar 3, 2015

If the militia of Novorossiya capture Mariupol, this will open for Russia a way for an invasion in Moldavia, and afterwards in the Baltic nations, assures American Senator John McCain. 279 more words

Saakashvili, a wanted man at home, lobbies Washington for arms for Ukraine

From Sputnik News, February 26, 2015

Former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili is on a mission. He’s come to Washington to persuade national legislators and government officials that they should arm the Ukrainian government. 586 more words

John McCains Reasons For Arming ISIL (ISIS)

(I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized).

Modern History

Rubio Close To Announcing Possible Presidential Run

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PALM BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — While he has not officially announced whether or not he’ll make a run for the White House in 2016, Florida Republican Marco Rubio has made moves that seem to indicate he’s leaning in a certain direction. 769 more words


RT: Pentagon walks back plans for spring offensive against ISIS stronghold Mosul

Published time: February 28, 2015 03:09

Fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (Reuters / Rodi Said)

Facing criticism, the Pentagon announced it has pushed back plans by Iraqis to mount a major attack to regain Mosul from the Islamic State. 463 more words