Poland’s hand in Ukrainian crisis is clear….Poroshenko has been working with the CIA since 2006. CIA doesn’t seem so sure about him….Death toll continues to climb in Ukraine. Western media continues to ignore the numbers….Dueling war games in the Baltics (NATO vs. Russia)….Globalists are already already attacking the 2018 World Cup in Russia….Russian police in Brazil for World Cup. Preparing for 2018 as well as helping Brazilian police keep tabs on Russian fans….Tsarnaev wants venue change...Navalny Vs. Maksim Liksutov. Liksutov says that Navalny has defamed him.
Radio Svoboda (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty) is funded by the U.S. Congress and is supposed to be a reliable news source. Its origins date back to the days when the CIA funded and ran it. On February 1st Radio Svoboda tweeted the following which states that snow is lacking:
Yet, the likes of Jim Handly (anchor for NBC Washington) were reporting more than enough snow at roughly the same exact time.
Continuing this trend was Rob Elgas (reporter and anchor for NBC5 News in Chicago) who reported that snow would not be a problem.
Finally, we have U.S. Olympian Steven Langton. He tweeted this spectacular view from his room.
One of this blog’s favorites is very busy these days. We first introduced you to Vera Kichanova when she won a Democracy Award from U.S. taxpayer funded National Endowment for Democracy. The NGO, which does what the CIA once did covertly, also listed her as someone to watch that is under thirty years of age. She also recently became an “advocate” for Young Voices. This rather odd group has posted articles that they claim are hers. Notice the incredible command of the English language Kichanova has. What are the odds of that? This blog has contacted Young Voices to ask them just who funds their project. Hopefully they will respond.
If you are interested in more information on Kichanova I encourage you to visit the Russia Debate forums. As a gift, here is a picture of Kichanova back when she looked like the androgynous bisexual she claims to be.
Alexey Navalny is now looking to USA taxpayer supported Freedom House for help. On the surface Freedom House is…
an independent nongovernmental organization, support[ing] the expansion of freedom in the world. Freedom is possible only in democratic political systems in which the governments are accountable to their own people; the rule of law prevails; and freedoms of expression, association, and belief, as well as respect for the rights of minorities and women, are guaranteed.
However, you know that any NGO that was once led by CIA bigwig James Woolsey has a more dubious agenda. This agenda includes attempting to overturn world leaders. One of its most successful works was bringing down Slobodan Milosevic…
Freedom House took an active role in the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, specifically in training the nonviolent student movement, known as Otpor. Formed in 1998 at the University of Belgrade, the organization adopted an organized strategy to turn the people of Serbia against Milosevic in the 2000 election.
The student leaders’ saga was documented in “Bringing Down a Dictator,” a documentary released by Peter Ackerman, the former Freedom House board chairman Otpor’s efforts inspired other pro-democratic nonviolent student movements across Eastern Europe, in the Middle East, and around the world.
It should also come as no surprise that U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul has a long history with Freedom House…
He is also a non-resident Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Eurasia Foundation, the Firebird Fund, Freedom House, the International Forum for Democratic Studies of the National Endowment for Democracy, and the International Research and Exchange Board (IREX).
This is the very same McFaul who told Slon.ru (a shady media outlet at best)…
“Most Russia-watchers are diplomats, or specialists on security and arms control. Or Russian culture. I am neither. I can’t recite Pushkin by heart. I am a specialist in democracy, anti-dictatorial movements, and revolutions” (emphasis added).
So, the question is why would Navalny create a tweet that just raises more questions as to whether or not he is an American agent? And why would he retweet (he retweeted the below Kara-Murza tweet) anything from Vladimir Kara-Murza who John McCain calls a friend?
Russian hater extraordinaire, John McCain, has some interesting Russian friends.
Navalny has a thing for America. Now it seems to have led to this…
Appears to be legit. This is bound to happen when you surround your campaign with lost young people.
Note: This post is in regards to this article.
The Atlantic strikes again. This time in the form of Alexander Abad-Santos. Never heard of him? Don’t feel bad. The Atlantic likes to use those with no understanding or interest in Russia to comment on Russia. Abad-Santos continues this tradition.
From the opening sentence Abad-Santos lets us know that he is clueless when it comes to Russia. This might be the first time anyone has placed Russia in the Western world.
Russia is doing its best to become the most homophobic nation in the Western world. In the land of Czar Putin, you can ostensibly be punished for telling a child that gay people exist. You can’t come out in support of homosexual rights, either. Among many other issues, that is putting Russian athletes in curious situations wherein they have to pretend they’ve never heard of their country’s embarrassing anti-gay laws.
There are so many wrong points in this one paragraph, but lets just focus on that very first sentence. Western world? Someone neads to tell Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Dmitry Rogozin, this. Here are his recent comments in regards to America and Islam.
A firebrand Russian nationalist-turned-senior official said Tuesday that the West was acting in the Islamic world like a “monkey with a hand grenade.”
This is especially troubling when you find out that Abad-Santos’ only other notable journalistic work outside of The Atlantic was as associate editor for the gay travel publication Passport Magazine. That is right. A travel magazine.
If only Abad-Santos had spent the time it must have taken him to map where all the hunky shirtless men are in New York City on Russia. Yes, he really did do an entire piece on shirtless men in New York City. That piece includes these lines…
Trebay contends that this is a new breed of shirtlessness—one that isn’t just utility shirtlessness to beat the heat or shirtlessness by way of sunbathing. This is shirtlessness as a fashion statement. “Men are no longer the oglers; they are the object of the gaze,” Trebay writes, paraphrasing a male shirtlessness expert.
Don’t worry Kazakhstan. Abad-Santos hates you as well. In that article he also lets us know that in Russia you can be detained for just looking gay.
Russia, where you can be detained just for “looking” gay, has never really been a safe place for LGBT residents, and the same can be said for Kazakhstan, where LGBT activists say that gay and lesbian people can not live openly.
Of course that is 100% false. That is a good thing for this man. For, if it were true, he would be looking at life without the possibility of parole.