‘The researcher and editor Chris Nolan (Watchdog Media) has done a remarkable documentary named “8 Months in Ukraine“, which was published just short while ago in July 2017. Huge over 5 hours of important timeline history can be followed from the events in Maidan, to the small village of Grabovo in 2014, where Malesian airlines flight MH17 was shot down in the Donbass sky.
After watching the full documentary series, I can just say, based on my wide experience and first-hand knowledge of the events in Ukraine and especially here in the former Ukraine in Donbass, that this documentary is a true “reality war movie”, touching and also most teaching for everyone.’
“This video thoroughly reveals that the western mainstream media’s narrative related to events in Ukraine was not accurate in relation to what the first-person captured videos show. It also clearly shows that there was a substantial amount of video footage placed online that revealed that fascist battalions from Kiev attacked innocent ethnic Russian Ukrainian civilians in a number of locations and repressed dissent in horrific and murderous ways……on camera.” (Clarity of Signal)
‘Many ancient cultures have stories and texts which refer to ‘magical’ and ‘mythical’ lands that co-exist alongside our reality. Whether these places are actual physical places, or places that reside in ‘another dimension,’ for lack of a better term, has been the subject of great discussion within various material throughout the ages. These stories can be found in ancient Buddhism and Vedic philosophy, along with oral stories passed down from Native cultures throughout the world. Regardless of what tradition the stories come from, however, it’s clear these weren’t just fables, but in fact, a part of reality that many experienced and witnessed.’
‘The news comes after India’s capital was rated the world’s second most polluted city by World Health Organization.
New Delhi’s city rail transit system, Delhi Metro Railway Corporation, DMRC, has been named the world’s first completely “green” Metro system.’
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The Indian Green Building Council, IGBC, awarded the capital’s rail system the world-first status for adhering to the green building norms for its 10 residential colonies.
‘Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has defended himself against recent sanctions imposed by the United States.
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In a public address, Maduro declared, “Impose whatever sanctions you like but I am the leader of the free people.”
The comments come after the U.S. Treasury Department announced it will impose sanctions directly on President Maduro.’
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‘The Pentagon is now admitting that the U.S.’ global dominance is waning, as it is facing economic challenges from rival countries who resist Western corporate influence. It’s also threatened by “inconvenient” information like that of watchdog journalism critical of American imperialism. But perhaps its solution is more worrisome, as the Pentagon suggests doubling down on militarism and propaganda instead of addressing the root causes of the country’s downturn.’
‘The good old age… The beauty in simplicity… The joy of being… Perhaps, this is the main philosophy in creativity of the Urals artist Leonid Pavlovich Baranov.
You do not need to seek happiness – you need to be its source. This is what the characters of Baranov’s paintings speak about.’
‘Kaspersky Lab is a Russian multinational cybersecurity and anti-virus provider founded in 1997. It’s headquartered in Moscow, Russia, and operated by a holding company in the United Kingdom.
The new cybersecurity product is immediately available in the US, Canada, and many of the Asia Pacific countries. In autumn 2017, Kaspersky Lab plans to cover India, Hong Kong, the Middle East, Africa, Turkey, Latin America, Europe, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.’
‘On the 9th of July, the greatest Russian artist of our time, portrait and landscape, creator of monumental historical paintings, book illustrator, Master of Theatre and Decorative Arts, and artist-architect, Ilya Glazunov, died at the age of 87.
In honor of his memory, we have collected 10 of his most monumental works here:’
‘The US has been engaged in regime change for decades, including in these instances that are rarely discussed by mainstream media.’
‘The world’s longest hanging pedestrian bridge opened Saturday in the Swiss Alps near the town of Zermatt. The structure measures 494 meters in length and hangs 85 meters above the Grabengufer ravine.
The Zermatt Tourist board claims it’s the world’s longest hanging bridge, although a similar bridge in Austria hangs 110m higher off the ground.’