Ukrainian strike on Donetsk market was a terrorist act

April 30, 2022, RT.com If the Donetsk marketplace that was hit by rocket artillery on Thursday had been in a city controlled by Kiev, the names and faces of the five civilians killed would be on all major news sites. But because it was another Ukrainian attack on civilians in the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), the deaths and 23… Read More Ukrainian strike on Donetsk market was a terrorist act

Talking Reality Theories, With Airika Dollner, the Amazing Creative Mind of Art With Aim

Some months ago, while chatting about world events, media lies, and how people who dare to think critically are often dismissed as “conspiracy theorists”, we joked about being “reality theorists”, and I liked the sound of that term. Our plans to have a conversation got delayed, but finally came about the other morning. In our… Read More Talking Reality Theories, With Airika Dollner, the Amazing Creative Mind of Art With Aim

The NY Times reports US forces ‘killed dozens in Syria.’ The reality is far worse.

Dec 15, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett Two recent reports by the New York Times highlight some of the US’ manifold crimes in Syria, murdering untold numbers of Syrian civilians over the years, under the pretext of fighting the Islamic State. They exposed a 2019 US bombing in Baghuz, eastern Syria, which killed 70… Read More The NY Times reports US forces ‘killed dozens in Syria.’ The reality is far worse.

Tourism is returning to Syria which is great news for the people and the world

Nov 14, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett The wonders of Damascus, Aleppo and Palmyra are finally opening up to the world again after a decade of Western funded war. Tourism is finally, slowly, beginning to return to Syria, from Jordan and further afield. Naturally, the governments that fueled terrorism in hopes of toppling Syria’s… Read More Tourism is returning to Syria which is great news for the people and the world

There are positive developments on the ground in Syria, but for America it’s sanctions and suffering as usual

Sep 30, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett Jordan is re-opening its border crossing with Syria and resuming flights to Damascus. In Syria, more armed groups lay down their weapons but while these positive developments occur, the US hunkers down to inflict more pain. On September 29, Jordan’s Nassib border crossing to Syria re-opened, meaning… Read More There are positive developments on the ground in Syria, but for America it’s sanctions and suffering as usual

Israel’s airstrikes in Syria are not newsworthy for Western media, as a result status quo continues & civilians suffer

August 22, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett Israel again illegally bombed Syria last week, violating Lebanese airspace to do so and putting at risk the lives of untold numbers of civilians. And following this, crickets in the media, again. On Thursday, just after 11pm, Israeli missiles targeted the vicinities of Damascus and Homs, according… Read More Israel’s airstrikes in Syria are not newsworthy for Western media, as a result status quo continues & civilians suffer

Larry Sangar is right, Wikipedia has become the establishment thought police – just look at my entry on there

July 12, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett For some years now, Wikipedia has had a libellous smear entry on me that cannot be edited to be less of a smear. So, imagine my surprise to learn a co-founder of the site accuses it of not being neutral. In February 2021, Larry Sanger, one of… Read More Larry Sangar is right, Wikipedia has become the establishment thought police – just look at my entry on there

Syria is suffering a devastating wheat shortage the media claim is due to drought – but the truth is a lot more complicated

June 23, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett Syria is back in the news again. This time, it’s not about hospitals allegedly being bombed, but a drought devastating Syria’s wheat harvest. But there’s a lot more to the story than a simple ‘Act of God’. A recent article on Reuters would have readers believe the… Read More Syria is suffering a devastating wheat shortage the media claim is due to drought – but the truth is a lot more complicated

A Western-backed war couldn’t destroy Syria, now sanctions are starving its people

June 16, 2021, RT.com -by Eva K Bartlett A little over a decade ago, Syrians lived in safety and financial security. After ten years of war on Syria, while safety has largely returned, Syrians are struggling to exist under increasingly crippling Western sanctions. As Syrian analyst Kevork Almassian noted, “Were it not for the CIA… Read More A Western-backed war couldn’t destroy Syria, now sanctions are starving its people