Russia’s Ukraine Miscalculation

Paul Craig Roberts | 30 June 2022 Russia’s Ukraine miscalculation dates to 2014 when the Kremlin refused the request of the Donbass Russians in Eastern Ukraine to be reunited with Russia.  Historically part of Russia, the Donbass region was attached to the Ukrainian province of the Soviet Union by Soviet leaders as was Crimea.  These Russian populated…

Why Three COVID Jabs Are Worse Than Two

Mercola | 30 June 2022 STORY AT-A-GLANCE COVID-19 is more than twice as prevalent among the boosted, compared to those who quit after the initial series. Those with a primary series plus one or two booster shots are catching the infection at a rate of 119.94 per 100,000, while those with the primary series only…

From FDA to MHRA: are drug regulators for hire?

BMJ | 29 June 2022 Patients and doctors expect drug regulators to provide an unbiased, rigorous assessment of investigational medicines before they hit the market. But do they have sufficient independence from the companies they are meant to regulate? Maryanne Demasi investigates Over the past decades, regulatory agencies have seen large proportions of their budgets funded by…

Ukraine War: 120 Days

SWPRS | July 2022 A no-nonsense analysis of the ongoing Ukraine war and its global impact. Military Situation The initial Russian offensive (“phase 1”) consisted of a direct advance from Belarus to the northern gates of Kiev and the simultaneous opening of multiple fronts in the north-east, east, and south of Ukraine. There have been…