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Propaganda doesn’t have to be full-on. It can be quite subtle. Here’s an example from the Guardian – that amplifier for the State Department: It appears in a story about a British IT Security consultant being arrested by the FBI on charges related to creating hacking tools: It [the WannaCry malware] moved particularly quickly through corporate […]

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This is a typical example of the kind of low-grade anti-Russia propaganda that the free press likes to fill its pages with. It’s a story in the Daily Telegraph about some apparent changes to the Russian tourist visa application process. Apparently the changes include new questions about income and about the applicant’s social media accounts. The […]

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This is just a small example. An article in the Telegraph about the recent announcement on the creation of a new ‘state’ by the DNR. [1] Just a couple of points. i) This is an example of what this site calls ‘narrative overlay’. The Western media often reports the news in this way. They don’t just […]

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The Guardian is lying again. This is their recent headline about a European Court of Human Rights judgement against Russia: Russian ‘gay propaganda’ law ruled discriminatory by European court Law banning promotion of homosexuality breaches freedom of expression rules, says European court of human rights There are two lies here. Firstly; the law referred to is concerned […]

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The Guardian was predictably enough quick off the mark to produce the anti-Russia propaganda that Russian provocateur Alexei Navalny was aiming for by holding an illegal rally in Moscow. Russia – a country in which the President and lower chamber of Parliament are elected under constitutional elections monitored in the past by the OSCE – has laws […]

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One of the Guardian’s propaganda writers in Moscow has been discharged by a court after attending an illegal rally. Mr Luhn was arrested in March when he attended an illegal rally in Moscow – held by convicted fraudster Alexei Navalny. Alexei Navalny is one of those public figures in Russia who command fractional support inside Russia but […]

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