Imagine if France planned to support an armed insurgency in Canada, or China in Mexico. What would the NYT write?

First step: prepare the ground to brand as illegitimate any government opposing USA involvement. Where have I heard this before?
theguardian.com/world/2022/jan

«Mi-17 transport helicopters originally meant for use in [are going] to instead.»
theguardian.com/world/2022/jan

How convenient that surplus weapons find another destination so quickly after one war (ostensibly) ends.

« deliberately frames his operation in in the same way that the United States has framed its own regime-change operations in , and , charging that Ukraine has committed human rights violations and is a terrorist state.»
theguardian.com/commentisfree/

«If there's just 1% chance for us to stop this , I think that we need to take this chance. We need to do that. I can tell you about the result of this negotiations — in any case, we are losing people on a daily basis, innocent people on the ground [...] unfortunately, our dignity is not going to preserve the lives. So, I think we have to use any format, any chance in order to have a possibility of negotiating».
edition.cnn.com/europe/live-ne

«I had to use force to get them out. I lied to them, whatever I could think of, I said ‘there’s hot food waiting for you, electricity, mobile phone signal’ I lied and I’m not ashamed. I believe that the people I got out are in less danger than they were inside the city».
theguardian.com/world/2022/mar

About lies in and difficult decisions in a .

Just the other day I was reading on and vs. .

«The problem whether or not a good end justifies bad means seems to arise out of such cases as whether one should lie to a sick man in order to set his mind at rest ; or whether one should keep a people in ignorance in order to make them happy ; or whether one should begin a long and bloody civil in order to establish a world of peace and beauty.»

archive.org/details/opensociet

The irresistible American classic, abroad, soon released in a () theater near you. From the producers of , , , and more currently screening worldwide.
theguardian.com/us-news/2022/m

: «Over the last 30 years, the forces of autocracy have revived all across the globe.»
whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/s

I wonder what changed 30 years ago and who might have had something to do with it. 🧐

«Orbán’s stance on the has left increasingly isolated among its western allies but has proved popular among voters, especially those in rural areas.»
theguardian.com/world/2022/apr

Easter celebrations were banished from media (they "chose not to do a live transmission on the prayer, as they have traditionally done").
cruxnow.com/vatican/2022/04/as

It's always the other side that lives in a communications bubble, as we're regularly informed.

"Much has been said about the Russian shelling of Ukrainian towns. [...] The danger to civilians is no different under the barrels of Ukrainian artillery".

Who knew.
nytimes.com/2022/04/18/world/e

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«Ukrainian forces set fire to grain fields around Mariupol so they could not be “stolen by the occupiers”, Sergiy Bratchuk, a spokesman for the Odesa regional military administration said».

Apparently this is what you do these days to prove you care about local farmers and global food security.
theguardian.com/world/2022/jul

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