The foreign policy-heavy debate focused primarily on how the U.S. should react to ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, Europe, and the 'cold war' with China through the first hour, only spending the final 10 minutes on the abortion issue after referencing the disappointing results of Tuesday's elections.
The US and its NATO allies confront a distasteful choice: acknowledge Moscow’s legitimate national security interest in Ukraine and end the bloodbath, or risk dragging Europe into a devastating regional war.
Marina Abramović, 76, has written billboard-sized messages in pig's blood, etched pentagrams into her stomach with razor blades, put devilish horns on her head, and hosted dinners meant to realistically imitate cannibalism.
The second part of Scott Ritter's video investigation shows how the popular images of Ukraine and its leader Zelensky are products of a careful process of propaganda and subversion carried out by the U.S. secret state.
Sophistication and location suggests a direct provocation of Russia by the U.S. and NATO. Hersh shows that escalation and continuation of the war is a globalist Biden admin policy. These attacks seem reckless – even insane – as they achieve nothing in the long term.
There is limited freedom of information in Ukraine, with journalists facing obstruction and intimidation as the US government, through organizations like the National Endowment for Democracy, funds media sources in the country.
The Zelensky regime has exchanged its original platform of peace for the promotion of a war the Ukrainian people did not want, prompting allegations of interference from Western political influences, and money.