Tom Lachecki

(Tomalak Geret'kal)

Oh Sorry We Meant The Other Guys

The BBC has completely changed its tune in the four months since placing the blame for the Ossetia conflict firmly on Russian policy.

Returning Shadows?

I love this unassuming shot of Sarkozy and Medvedev's shadow on the BBC's "day in pictures" feature.

UK Electorate Misrepresented, As Usual

Gordon Brown has finally spoken up loudly and jumped on the anti-Russia bandwagon with chafing hypocrisy.

Georgia Started It, Acknowledges Brit Public Media

Today the BBC has included in an article documenting Russia's latest defensive remarks the most seemingly honest summary of the original events that I've seen so far.

On Lies, Hypocrisy And War Criminals

Reasonably predictably, Vladimir Putin is suggesting that the United States government played a significant role during the recent conflict in Georgia, a former Soviet state. But I am starting to think that there is a little more to this than the usual slant.

Mother Russia to the Rescue
US Mounts High-Horse, Tramples Over Self

In the wake of recent unrest in Georgia, the United States is calling for Russia to call a cease fire. Speaking in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice "said Russia should help resolve tensions instead of contributing to them."