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Two Versions of Truth
Here is Patrick Lancaster reporting and here is the BBC Within hours of each other, covering the same event. The door to door voting is for convenience and safety, not for intimidation. Why is the BBC so partial? The news … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged BBC, Bias in reporting, Patrick Lancaster, referendum, Russia, Ukraine Leave a comment
Saint Catherine of Alexandria by Caravaggio My article on martyrdom down the ages – and reflections on Ukraine – published here by The Fortnightly Review. And here is my poem for Shireen Abu Akleh, a martryr in my time. More … Continue reading
A Staged Ukraine?
I found this perception @Robert-Self I thought it made two stunning points to consider. Also this was what Kim Iverson found.
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized, Whistleblower Lit Tagged Lviv, military perception, Robert Self, Ukraine Leave a comment