Af Lone Nørgaard.
Overskriften er inspireret af dette link:
Harley Schlanger får igen formidlet væsentlige oplysninger på ret kort tid. 31 personer, der har været engageret i Schillerinstituttet, er nu på Ukraines ”kill lists”
“The N.Y. Times reports the partial truth regarding the Dugina assassination — Why?
What caused the Truss government to drop their plans for a super-tax cut?
Will it save the UK economy?
What’s behind the decision by OPEC to cut oil production? Is this a step toward a new global financial system?”
It is not in a time of peace, but in times of war, such as now, that the right and duty to tell the truth most matter. Names continue to be added to the now-infamous Ukrainian “kill lists.”
Journalists continue to suffer injury, death threats, harassment and ostracism. A few elected officials and others have spoken out, but the United States Congress and parliaments of Europe have been mute.
People in the trans-Atlantic nations ask, “Why are we spending tens of billions we don’t have in a war that we don’t want?”
And with the Nordstream pipeline explosions, credibility of the political elites is at an all-time low. It is a badge of honor to be listed with the Truth-tellers on the “kill lists.”