Neil Clark, Russia Insider

Neil Clark

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United Kingdom

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  • AmericanConservative
  • The Guardian

Past articles by Neil:

Boris Johnson Was Honest in His Journalism About NATO's Criminal Bombing of Yugoslavia

The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. If you like this article, please consider supporting this writer. He is one of the best out there on Russia. → Read More

Soviet Government Lies Led to Chernobyl. What Doom Is in Store for the Mendacious West?

The much-acclaimed series ‘Chernobyl’ tells the story of the 1986 nuclear disaster and the authorities’ attempts to play it down. Ironically, 33 years on, it’s Western leaders who need to learn how to be honest and transparent. → Read More

175 Years in Jail for Revealing War Crimes? Where's MSM Outrage Over Persecution of Assange?

The news that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has been indicted on 17 additional charges under the US Espionage Act and could be sentenced to up to 175 years in prison should concern all journalists, the world over. Some, to their credit, have spoken out against the relentless persecution of the white-haired Australian truth-teller. → Read More

Barring a Revolution, Brexit Is Never Going to Happen

So now it's the 31st of October. Does anyone, whether they're a Brexiteer or Remainer, seriously believe that Britain will have exited the EU by the latest 'deadline' agreed by Europe? → Read More

75 Years After D-Day, It's Time For Germany to Liberate Itself From the US

Germany is being pressurized to act against its own economic interests – and put those of US business first. Wolfgang Kubicki, deputy leader of the opposition Free Democrats (FDP), called last week for the US Ambassador to Germany to be expelled for acting like a “high commissioner of an occupying power.” And it isn’t hyperbole. → Read More

NATO Bombed Serbia for 78 Days in 1999 Because It Was Resisting Globalism and Capitalism

The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. If you like this article, please consider supporting this writer. He is one of the best out there on Russia. → Read More

Media: Venezuela Protests Good. Yellow Vests Bad.

The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. If you like this article, please consider supporting this writer. He is one of the best out there on Russia. → Read More

How US Hardliners Ensured Soviet Withdrawal Did Not Lead to Peace in Afghanistan

Thirty years after the withdrawal of the last Soviet forces from Afghanistan, the US is still fighting the monster they helped create in their anti-Soviet crusade. → Read More

Repeat After Me, Protests in Venezuela Good, Protests in France Bad!

Large street protests in both France and Venezuela. Two Presidents with low approval ratings. But only one whose legitimacy has been denied by Western 'democracies' and by the French president himself. Just when you thought globalist hypocrisy couldn't get any worse, it just did. France and Venezuela have both experienced widespread anti-government protests in recent weeks. → Read More

1919-2019: UK still involved in anti-Russian campaign after 100 years

The Western powers have Russia in their sights. Propaganda is at fever pitch. Sounds familiar? No, I’m not talking about 2019, but 1919, when Churchill was supporting military intervention against the Russian government. One hundred years ago, World War I may have ended but the world was hardly at peace. Then, as now, Russia was a target. Bolshevik rule, only established in → Read More

2018: The Year in Russophobia

At the start of the year, you probably thought: ‘Russophobia simply can’t get any worse’. But guess what? It did. 2018 was the year that the Russophobes went full-scale Monty Python and Ministry of Silly Walks. Let's take a look back of what we’ve been through the past twelve months. → Read More

Trump Announces Withdrawal

The announcement by President Trump that US troops would be leaving Syria has been met with anger not just by neocons, but by Hollywood ‘liberals’ too. Aren’t progressives supposed to oppose wars and illegal occupations? → Read More

Don’t Share This! EU’s New Copyright Law Could Kill the Free Internet

The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. If you like this article, please consider supporting this writer. He is one of the best out there on Russia. → Read More

Why You Should Never Watch RT

Required watching The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. If you like this article, please consider supporting this writer. He is one of the best out there on Russia. We… → Read More

You Thought 2017 Russophobia Was Bad?

The author is a well-known UK pundit who writes frequently on Russia. He is currently running a crowdfunding to raise money to fund his legal costs for his court case against Oliver Kamm, a writer for the Times newspaper, who he has sued for libel and harassment. → Read More

Israel Opposes Russian Role in US-Russian Brokered Cease Fire for Southern Syria

Encouraged by Jordan which seeks to pull out of the Syrian war, Russia and the US following the Trump-Putin meeting in Hamburg, announced a cease fire plan for south-western Syria, that has been in the works for a couple of months. → Read More

Another Thing You Can Blame Putin for: Melania Having a "Horrible Day" at G20

According to Newsweek the US first lady had a "horrible day" at the G20 and Vladimir Putin is to blame: Melania Trump had what sounds like the worst time in Hamburg, Germany. And her husband, along with Russian President Vladimir Putin, are to blame. → Read More

Choice Tweets From Leftoids Triggered by Trump-Putin Chin-Wag

Hat tip to Ibankcoin for having the stomach to sift through this perversity. There is only one word to describe this, and that is, collapse. These people have been wrong about just about everything over the last year and a half, Trump's campaign, Russiagate, and now, their sacred cow, cooperation with Russia is getting summarily and publicly gored by El Trumpero. → Read More

Trump Launches Sunday Morning Russia Tweet Barrage

If you are not following the Trumpster on Twitter, you are missing out on a lot. We highly recommend doing so. Incidentally, we completely agree with him, that his tweeting is highly effective, very useful, and a good thing, and that it would be a huge mistake for him to stop. It is understandable that the left should gripe and moan about it, but when this idea extends to many of his so-called… → Read More

RI Caption Contest: What Is Putin Saying?

Ok guys and gals, you know what to do. Putin is clearly laying down the law here, but what is he actually saying? Give us your ideas. The winner gets...something. We don't really know yet. Bonus question: How did they ever separate Juncker from his cognac?? → Read More