Daily Archives: September 12, 2015


By Gaither Stewart, European Correspondent
Dateline: Rome, Sept. 6, 2015

Europe, the small tail end peninsula of the great Euro-Asian land mass, gears up to receive the brunt of a mass migration of peoples from the South and East fleeing from the wars raging in their worlds. The United Nations Refugee Agency predicts some 800,000 arrivals of “seekers of asylum” in the remaining months of 2015. Estimates of the numbers of people from war-torn sub-Saharan countries like Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, Central African Republic and Congo packing their meager belongings for departure stand at five million. It is already underway. And it is a veritable biblical mass movement of peoples … for the most part headed for Europe.

USA | 9/11: Eternal Pretext, Eternal War

By Larry Chin

The false flag operation of 9/11 was not an “intelligence failure”. It was the greatest “intelligence success” and criminal operation in history.

Ukraine | Two Sides of One Politics: Odessa Massacre under Ukrainian ‘Investigation’

The United Nations Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine (HRMMU) has published “Report on the human rights situation in Ukraine 16 February to 15 May 2015”. It was issued by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. Unfortunately this high organ was not impartial. It has based its investigations at official Ukrainian sources precisely. That is why real picture of lawlessness and human rights broking was hidden and situation was embellished.
Anyway if Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine directly contacted to oppressed and repressed people the result was quite different. Especially it is noticed in Odessa case. Reader can compare attitude of enforcement authorities to both sides of Odessa massacre. One side is favored while opposite side is faced with endless line of lawlessness.
We publish most interesting parts devoted to Odessa below and also publish small part devoted to shooting at Rymarskaya Street in Kharkov. In the first case HRMMU contacted to both sides, including civil society, in the second it was satisfied with authorities’ statements. The difference is visible.
From 10 to 16 April, the HRMMU interviewed lawyers and relatives of ‘pro-federalism’ activists detained by SBU in Odessa in April. In April and May, the HRMMU visited the Odessa pre-trial detention centre (SIZO) and privately interviewed detainees arrested on suspicion of terrorism. They informed the HRMMU that searches of their homes were carried out without warrants and with excessive use of force; they were not informed of their rights and access to legal aid was provided with delays of up to 70 hours; SBU was bringing their own witnesses and did not record all seized belongings. They were officially notified about their detention only the next day after the apprehension or even later with no possibility to inform relatives and without access to legal aid. In addition, the HRMMU received allegations that during interrogation, some detainees were subjected to ill-treatment and torture (beatings, suffocation with bag on the head, electric shocks and deprivation of sleep, food and water for more than 24 hours). The people arrested were not provided with a defense lawyer and were mocked at when requesting one. The Government of Ukraine claimed that all allegations of torture and ill-treatment would be duly investigated.