F.William Engdahl: Has Washington Lured Erdogan into a Bear Trap?

After failing to block Turkey’s purchase of the advanced S-400 Russian air defense system, Washington diplomacy in recent months appeared to have managed to “flip” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to support of US interests in several critical countries from Libya to Armenia to Ukraine, even Afghanistan. With the Turkish economy on the brink of … Read more

Ukraine religious front is heating up

Improvised new religious systems regularly accompany hare-brained Western “nation building” schemes. Montenegro and Macedonia [now “northern,” of course] could be cited as examples. The Ukraine is no exception. The formation, beginning in 2014, of an active Ukrainian “anti-Russia,” to use Nikolay Starikov’s apt expression, could not be completed without concocting its own pseudo-ecclesiastical infrastructure. We … Read more

Col. Douglas Macgregor [ret.]: Facing the Facts of War With Russia

“Twenty years of desultory battles against weak opponents has not elevated much warfighting talent to the senior ranks of the armed forces to cope with a radically changed warfighting environment” Conflict with Russia may be inevitable. Kiev’s strident threats to resolve the crisis in Eastern Ukraine with force of arms, combined with Washington’s refusal to acknowledge that … Read more

Gilad Atzmon: The Probe into the Israeli Vaccine Policy and its Outcome is beyond Damning

This account of how the people of Israel have been bamboozled into lining up like sheep for mass experimental vaccination, besides being testimony to the depravity of officials who made this outrage possible in colusion with pharmaceutical interests, is also a warning to the people of Serbia of what awaits them unless they arm themselves … Read more

Allied bombing map for Yugoslavia in 1944

It would perhaps be more accurate to put the word “Allied” in quotes. Enemies are bombed, not allies. True, a few bombs were dropped on Zagreb, the capital of the Axis “Independent State of Croatia,” but not on purpose as happened with Belgrade and other Serbian cities. US and British bombers got rid of some … Read more

Andrew Korybko: The Internal Partition Of The Republic Of Macedonia Is Proceeding Apace

The results of the recently launched census in the Republic of (“North”) Macedonia will more than likely institutionalize the country’s internal partition between Macedonians and Albanians as the latter group’s leaders seek to formalize the status of their so-called “state within a state” through some variation of “federalization” on the basis of potentially fraudulent data. … Read more

Prof. Gideon Greiff on Jasenovac

The predominantly hostile reception in major Western countries given to the Serbian film “Dara from Jasenovac” (which may be viewed here in the original version, at least until it is removed from the internet for “violating community standards,” as the version with English-language subtitles was recently) should be a wake-up call to Serbs. The film was not produced for the purpose of winning an Oscar but in order to belatedly (the tardiness was a mere 80 years) tell the story of the holocaust in the Nazi-allied Independent State of Croatia. After the Oscar candidacy was announced but before any of the movie critics in the West had an opportunity to see the film or assess its artistic worth,  “Los Angeles Times,” “Variety,” and a number of other publications denounced it as a projection of Serbian nationalistic phantasies. It is in that context that Israeli historian Prof. Gideon Greiff’s interview on  Israeli TV about the Croatian-run Jasenovac concentration camp is of particular significance.