Facing Unpleasant Facts: What You aren’t Supposed to Say About the War in Ukraine


Having been lied into war in Iraq in 2003, the American public swore it had wised up.

Sure, it went on to drop the ball by supporting the Libya intervention, itself prefaced by lies, and supported the government’s intervention in the civil war in Syria (or at least didn’t mind it), even though the United States sided with the very Sunni extremists it had been fighting a few years before in Iraq.

But these were admittedly obscure conflicts, made all the more so by the blatantly biased coverage of events by Western media, which parroted obvious lies about impending massacres and staged chemical weapons attacks.

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