“There is something terribly wrong with this country, isn’t there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who’s to blame?”— V for Vendetta

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The Biden administration issued its strongest criticism yet of Israel’s military campaign in Gaza for its civilian death toll, as the Israel-Hamas war hits the two-month mark.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed the U.S. concern for the protection of civilians in the besieged enclave, where local health authorities say that more than 16,000 people have been killed in Israeli attacks.

Turkey’s Erdogan is making more statements about Gaza. He says he’s ready to prevent bloodshed etc..

So far this has all been talk.

Where’s the action?

Tens of thousands of Palestinians are being slaughtered by the Zionist regime and you are just talking about doing something over and over.

The Yemen Houthis didn’t make such speeches. They just started firing rockets and seizing ships. That’s the type of action we need against these evil Jews. We don’t need any more speeches, summits and meetings.

Washington has announced the transfer of technical documentation for the localization of production of arms from the FrankenSAM program – the air defense ‘Frankenstein’s monster’ created by combining Western missiles with Ukraine’s Soviet-era launchers and radars. Veteran military expert Andrei Koshkin explains why the program is destined to fail.

Given Ukraine’s pitiful state both on the battlefield and at home, President Volodymyr Zelensky will likely face an unprecedented backlash from his own military personnel in the near future.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky must face the "writing on the wall" after the failure of his summer counter-offensive, says a former UN weapons inspector.

In the first weeks of the Gaza-Israel war, the ICC’s prosecutor issued a statement in which he said that impeding aid to Gaza could be a crime, but was later revealed to have traveled to Israel and is being accused of stalling the courts investigation into war crimes. “If this is not a case that calls for an international tribunal, then the Rome Statute should be null and void,” says American attorney Stanley Cohen, speaking to RT.

The US has cast the lone dissenting vote against a proposed UN Security Council resolution that would have demanded a humanitarian ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war, amid rising civilian casualties in Gaza.

Thirteen member states voted in favor of the resolution, which was put forward by the United Arab Emirates on Friday in New York. The UK abstained, leaving Washington diplomatically isolated in blocking the measure.

Russia’s Radiological, Chemical and Biological Defense Troops have spent nearly two years shedding light on the extent of US military-biological activities in Ukraine, from the deliberate infection of Ukrainian servicemen with deadly viruses to gauge response to work on deadly new pathogens designed specifically to target certain genotypes.

Resistance to antimicrobial medicines which prevent and treat infectious diseases has experienced an explosive rise in Ukraine.

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, whose record on foreign policy during his five-year prime ministership was marked by a series of failures, in his new capacity as foreign secretary has been determined to explain to increasingly skeptical Republicans why the US should shell out more money for Kiev in its failing proxy war with Moscow.