The war – and the crowd

    EDITORIAL: As MODERN TIMES REVIEW editor, I publish a selection of articles that may reflect different opinions most people (the crowd) have about the war in Ukraine.

    Let me get back to the crowd or «most people» eventually.

    My scepticism about the current attitude often stems from the NATO membership as Jens Stoltenberg promoted for Ukraine — would hardly have been realised. All member states must vote in favour, as relaxation to Russia, for some, is more important than giving Ukraine membership. So what was the real reason for the invasion and war that is now raging? Are the Russian-speaking areas of the Donbas and Crimea really so crucial for Ukraine and the world that we will all risk a third world war? Is this not also a proxy war between the United States and Russia – as the United States has stated that Russia should be weakened as a state? But let it be said once and for all: MODERN TIMES REVIEW does not support at all Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the use of military force as a «solution» or the exercise of dictatorial and oligarchic economic power that Russia’s totalitarian leadership represents.

    I publish here – probably to the annoyance of many – Ola Tunander’s article, which addresses how NATO / USA triggered the invasion and his essay on the dangerous US-backed biological laboratories in Ukraine. Furthermore, Marielle Leraand criticizes Volodymyr Zelensky as a Hollywood dream of a man. And John Y. Jones describes . . .

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