Scott interviews David Pyne about the articles he wrote on the war in Ukraine that landed him on the Ukrainian regime’s blacklist. Earlier this year, Pyne wrote a piece that contained a fifteen-point plan to stop the bloodshed and pull all Russian troops out of Ukraine. But because he argued Zelensky should concede on at least some of Putin’s demands, he was criticized as a propagandist on the Kremlin’s payroll and landed on the Ukrainian blacklist. Scott and Pyne go through his proposal and discuss the historical context behind this strange moment of hypocritical idealism and censorship in our foreign policy.
Discussed on the show:
- “Response to Ukrainian Government Decision to Include me on a List of 28 High-Profile Americans Accused of Promoting Russian Propaganda Narratives” (Substack)
- “A Proposed Peace Plan to End the Russo-Ukrainian War” (Substack)
- “Amnesty International Says Ukraine’s Fighting Tactics Endanger Civilians” (Antiwar.com)
- George W. Bush’s Iraq-Ukraine gaffe
David T. Pyne, Esq. is a former U.S. Army combat arms and H.Q. staff officer with an M.A. in National Security Studies from Georgetown University. He currently serves as the host of the Defend America Radio Show on KTALK AM 1640 and as Editor of “The Real War” newsletter
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