Soros Exposed

Soros has not only alienated the President of Russia and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom but now the President of the United States. Soros is also enemy number one among the leaders of China. With such an array of enemies, it is doubtful Soros will have any more political successes like Ukraine or Georgia

WAYNE MADSEN   Although multi-billionaire hedge fund tycoon and international political pot-stirrer George Soros lost big with the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and the victory of the Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom, he stands to lose further ground, politically and financially, as the winds of political change sweep … Continue reading Soros Exposed

SOS – STOP OPERATION SOROS

Massive Movement To Overthrow George Soros Explodes In Macedonia A NEW INITIATIVE CALLED STOP OPERATION SOROS (SOS), A MOVEMENT DEDICATED TO STOPPING THE EVIL OF BILLIONAIRE GLOBALIST, GEROGE SOROS, HAS NOW LAUNCHED IN MACEDONIA. – The SOS founders called on citizens around the world to “fight against one-mindedness in the civil sector, which is devised and … Continue reading SOS – STOP OPERATION SOROS

New Worldwide Ministry of Truth?

What is - International Fact-Checking Network? Source: Activist Post, by Makia Freeman The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) is an organization that until recently you may have never heard of, but is now poised to make a powerful influence on your life. Why? The multi-billion dollar corporation and CIA data mining operation, Facebook, has decided to enlist the … Continue reading New Worldwide Ministry of Truth?

‘My Life as a Putin Stooge’

Paul Craig Roberts, who served as the US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy in the Ronald Reagan administration, has asked President Vladimir Putin for a Russian passport in a tongue-in-cheek opinion post published in response to a recent article in the Washington Post on so-called Russian propaganda   "Now that CIA agent … Continue reading ‘My Life as a Putin Stooge’

BBC, CNN, Guardian et al need to face the agenda they are being used to serve

The newest and most disgraceful revelation of across-the-board abdication by the media must be something they aren’t allowed to forget. They daily ignore the crimes of their own side and the horrors of the terrorist and US bombardment of western Aleppo, yet stepped up when asked to sell dodgy and unverified war-porn without even knowing what it was.

It tells us and them what they’ve become. They need to be made to face it for everyone’s sake. Individual journalists need to take responsibility for what is said in their name or by their outlets. They need to understand the real stakes here. They have to realise they are now routinely, on a daily basis, signing off on a war-propaganda campaign grown so extreme, so deluded it’s even alienating veteran intelligence professionals, has non-crazyhighly respected political commentators in a state of horrified despair, and is even worrying writers at Foreign Policy

We have to ask them nicely, and repeatedly, if they can possibly start to deal with this quite soon, while there’s still time.

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After the recent revelation that almost every major news site has been promoting unverified video and eye-witness testimony originating in some of the most extreme, violent and debauched terrorist elements currently operating in Syria, we have to ask – is there any longer even a minimum of verification or investigative process required before news agencies and publications endorse a breaking story?

In the case of that notorious “Omran rescue vid”, for example, AP broke the story, but of the three journalists credited, one was in Beirut, one in Geneva and one in Moscow.

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None of them were in Aleppo, or even in Syria. Given what’s now transpired about the discredited and even criminal nature of the source, we need to ask – how did they get word of this event and how did they verify it? Did AP talk to ordinary people on the spot, and directly…

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