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Bershidsky’s Admits the Facade Behind the Kiev Regime

November 7, 2015 Adding to a chorus of voices that Kiev is still the cesspool of corruption it always was, Leonid Bershidsky in “Ukraine Is in Danger of Becoming a Failed State” opens   After detailing Kiev’s corruption, he talks of … Continue reading

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On Leonid Bershidsky’s Laughable Rant on Putin’s “Siege Mentality”

How Bershidsky uses Western sanctions openly designed to isolate Russia, as evidence that it’s Putin who is being isolationist (!) November 5, 2015 Similar to how his fellow Putinhatinista Masha Gessen twisted Putin’s words and meaning in her latest poison … Continue reading

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Summary of what Putin Clearly and Consistently Says On Syria

An objective 20 point summary of what Putin has repeatedly said on Syria in speeches, interviews, comments over just three weeks from September 27th to October 16th 2015 October 20, 2015 Prologue Bloomberg’s latest breathless report Putin Officials Said to … Continue reading

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Bloomberg’s Anti-Putin Agitprop on Full Display

Leonid Ragozin introduces a typical scare piece on Putin apparently looking to clamp down on dissent at home with a view to combat future falling ratings, with a dishonest introduction of Putin’s recent dial-in.  April 19, 2015 Introduction Where Foreign Policy … 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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