The alt-tech video platform Rumble is hosting iconic filmmaker Oliver Stone’s documentary, “Ukraine on Fire” that is being censored by Big Tech.
Rumble: “YouTube removed [Stone’s] documentary, “Ukraine on Fire.” We believe the public should decide what it sees, not Google execs. We’re proud to announce the producers uploaded the film to Rumble, enabling anyone who wishes to view it,” Rumble wrote in a Twitter post. The description for “Ukraine on Fire,” which was produced by Stone and directed by Igor Lopatonok, is as follows:
“Ukraine. Across its eastern border is Russia and to its west-Europe. For centuries, it has been at the center of a tug-of-war between powers seeking to control its rich lands and access to the Black Sea. 2014’s Maidan Massacre triggered a bloody uprising that ousted president Viktor Yanukovych and painted Russia as the perpetrator by Western media. But was it? “Ukraine on Fire” by Igor Lopatonok provides a historical perspective for the deep divisions in the region which lead to the 2004 Orange Revolution, 2014 uprisings, and the violent overthrow of democratically elected Yanukovych. Covered by Western media as a people’s revolution, it was in fact a coup d’état scripted and staged by nationalist groups and the U.S. State Department. Investigative journalist Robert Parry reveals how U.S.-funded political NGOs and media companies have emerged since the 80s replacing the CIA in promoting America’s geopolitical agenda abroad .” Big League Politics has reported on the globalist censorship regime emerging to stifle all content refuting the official narrative pushed by Western propaganda sources:
“As the globalists push anti-Russian propaganda that would make Colin Powell blush and attempt to goad Westerners into accepting the rationale for World War 3, foreign news services are getting nuked from the internet.