Monthly Archives: March 2015

Factions that drive USG Foreign Policy: A High Level View

Understanding US Interventionist Foreign Policy requires understanding US Domestic policy and indeed the different nations – with distinct cultures, histories as detailed by Colin Woodard in American Nations – that make up the US which have from even prior to Independence influenced the formation … Continue reading

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Western Media Blackout: When News is not News

The collective Western media blackout of events which are detrimental to the official narrative put out by their (read US) Government(s), just confirm the rapid decline of the worth of these outlets and the equally rapid increase in value in … Continue reading

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Putin Bashing – Short (Incorrect) on Facts, Long on Allegations

An analysis of an article blithely demonizing Putin while pretending to care about Russia’s future removed from a man who 86% of Russians support. March 17, 2015 Alerted that Dr. Samuel Greene’s article in the Telegraph ‘How the West should … Continue reading

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Media Hacking: Western Media’s Circle Jerk on Putin’s “Disappearance”

How Western media descended to sheer Foxification and tabloid journalism to inflate rumors and gossip to “Media Hack” the news and quite deliberately indulged in projecting their fantasies, hopes and desires into various theories on Putin’s absense from the public … Continue reading

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Leonid Bershidsky’s Swipe at Russian “Misinformation” reveals HIS Misinformation

An analysis of Leonid Bershidhsky’s article in which he rails against the spread of Russian misinformation or “Media Hacking”, which in deep self-referential irony is from its headline to the body, a precise demonstration of the type of misinformation he … Continue reading

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The Nemtsov Case: West Questions Some Motives and Not Others

Western media pundits are quick to ask the plausibility of the alleged Islamist motive that Chechens had in murdering Nemtsov.   They never, though, question the plausibility of Putin’s motives in their Putin-did-it theory.  In general, when proof is scant, … Continue reading

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The Guardian’s Tacit Endorsement of Neo-Nazis in Ukraine

The Guardian’s tacit support for the neo-Nazis in Ukraine is necessary to maintain the fundamental Western narrative that the Russians are the principal cause of the Ukrainian crisis.  March 9, 2015 Given the Twitter storm and commentary like the one … Continue reading

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