Peddler of Iraq War Lies now Pushes Lies on Urkaine to Drum Up Confrontation with Russia

Painting by Anthony Freda

Painting by Anthony Freda




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Ukraine: Useless Sanctions And Then What? Moon of Alabama

And must have whiskey

Oh, you know why


Today the U.S. sanctioned Clearia Toiletskaja, chief janitor of the Kremlin and other Russian personalities near to President Putin. Should Putin not react to this the U.S. will take more serious measures.

The professed purpose of these sanctions is to make Russia stop what it is allegedly doing in east Ukraine. But Russia is not doing anything in east Ukraine. The White House, in cooperation with the New York Times, attempted to fake evidence thereof but even that did not work. Russia is simply doing nothing.

Maybe that is the real problem the White House has and maybe that is the real reason for piling up sanctions. Russia must be made to do something. Could it not finally march into east Ukraine and thereby give the dearly desired justification to start a big war in Europe? Please Putin, do something. Otherwise the White House will have to put up more sanctions and then even more only to be laughed out of Europe where none of the big players is willing to follow down that path.

The project of capturing the Ukraine, to then kick Russia out of the Crimea port, to then be able to kill off Syria is failing. But the neocons are not known for giving up. What is Obama going to do next?

The Libertines announce first show in four years



It’s official: The Libertines will reunite this summer for a massive one-off concert at London’s Hyde Park on July 5th. It marks the band’s first performance together since their brief reunion in 2010.

According to NME, The Libertines are part of an impressive lineup that also includes The Pogues, Spriritualized, Maximo Park, The Enemy, Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, The View, and I Am Kloot.

Tickets will go on sale Friday, May 2nd.

(Read: UK Acts That Need to Tour America)

News of the band’s reunion is surprising given the tumultuous relationship between co-founders Peter Doherty and Carl Barat. However, in an interview with Israeli newspaper Ynet, Doherty was quite candid about his motivations for a reunion, as he revealed he has “financial problems.” He said, “Not long ago I listened to The Libertines songs on YouTube and had a burst of nostalgia so I said what the heck, and then they told me how much they will pay us and I cannot lie to you I couldn’t say no, at least not in my state right now. I was recently called to family law court after a young girl I knew had told me I was the father of her baby. I have a year and a half old girl and I need to pay a lot of alimony, I’m in debt. It’s very complicated for me to say no right now, I have financial problems.”

Below, watch The Libertines’ full reunion performance at Reading Festival in 2010.