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Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Western double standards on Ukraine are off the scale

Here is the latest interview with me on Ukraine from

The US and the EU are calling for peace in Ukraine, but they were also the primary instigators of the unrest in the first place; now they must use their influence on the Kiev government to stop the violence, Neil Clark, writer and journalist, tells RT.

You can read a transcript of the interview here.


brian said...

RT should send Kerry a thank you card:
PaulaSlier_RT ‏@PaulaSlier_RT 3h
Guys at checkpoint recognise @RT_com microphone saying "RT, John Kerry!!" - seems by dissing RT #Kerry gave us lots of publicity!!

brian said...

Truth about situation in Ukraine
Today at 10:10pm · Edited
5.05.2014 city Antratsit of Lugansk Republic
To the city Antratsit of Lugansk Republic arrived humanitarian aid convoy which will help rebellious of southeastern Ukraine. This is column of Kuban Cossacks from southern Russia. They will help the locals to fight against mercenaries from NATO countries, NATO mercenaries are fighting more than a month against the inhabitants of Donetsk republic.
Residents of the city welcome humanitarian convoy.
Date of article is 6th May, but in video we see dark, so column arrived yesterday evening, 5th May — in Antratsit, Ukraine.

Anonymous said...

I went to the RT site to observe the comments section. I don't know why I bother anymore. Same lack of cognitive skills. Same lack of human compassion. The human numbness on most web pages is sickening and appalling.

The persons behind the carnage remain safe and well behind the curtain. They know the proletariats have become buffoons and simpletons. Too bad.

Thank you for your efforts at enlightening the zombies. It’s an uphill climb…

Anonymous said...

Mr Clark, thank you for letting the truth finally come out.

brian said...


by Sharon Tennison

Friends and colleagues,

As the Ukraine situation has worsened, unconscionable misinformation and hype is being poured on Russia and Vladimir Putin.

Journalists and pundits must scour the Internet and thesauruses to come up with fiendish new epithets to describe both.

Wherever I make presentations across America, the first question ominously asked during Q&A is always, "What about Putin?"

It's time to share my thoughts which follow: