The ongoing feud between Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, his wife writer Polly Samson, and Floyd co-founder Roger Waters is raging on. Following Samson's comments after a recent interview Waters gave to a German news outlet, she took to social media, labeling Waters “anti-Semitic,” a “Putin apologist,” along with being a “lying, thieving, hypocritical, tax-avoiding, lip-synching, misogynistic, sick-with-envy megalomaniac” — David Gilmour supported his wife's accusations and posted: “Every word demonstrably true.”

Roger Waters responded in kind on Twitter, posting, “Roger Waters is aware of the incendiary and wildly inaccurate comments made about him on Twitter which he refutes entirely. He is currently taking advice as to his position.”

Meanwhile, Rolling Stone reported yesterday (February 8th) at Russia’s request, “Roger Waters spoke at the United Nations Security Council meeting. . . The musician’s address was largely an anti-war broadside, as he condemned the for-profit military industrial complex and stressed the devastating toll of war, both on people and the environment.”

In regard to Russia's war with Ukraine, the rock legend, “Condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as 'illegal,' but also said it was 'not unprovoked.' He added, 'So I also condemn the provocateurs in the strongest possible terms. There, that’s out of the way.'”

Waters, who ended his speech boy calling for the end of all wars — including that of Russia's with Ukraine — stated: “Thank you for hearing us today, we are many who do not share in the profits of the war industry. We do not willingly raise our sons and daughters to provide fodder for your canons. In our opinion, the only sensible course of action today is to call for an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine. No ifs, no buts, no ands. Not one more Ukrainian or Russian life is to be spent — they are all precious in our eyes.”