Guardian comes out in favour of child porn and child suicide sites

Yes. Hard to believe – but all values are relative and when it comes to Russia regime change justifies any means.

It is obvious that Luke Harding is unwell. He may well be being controlled by British intelligence. The fact that the Guardian still publishes him reflects the fact that that the Guardian is aligned with British intelligence.

In a recent piece, with a typically unsubstantiated story about Navalny, – given front-page prominence – Luke Harding writes:

The regulator [Russia’s Internet regulator] alleges that Twitter has failed to remove posts calling on children to take part in pro-Navalny demonstrations. It points to more than 3,000 tweets containing “illegal” content. They cover drug abuse, calls for minors to commit suicide, and child sexual abuse, it says

If this was about the UK child abuse material and material calling for children to commit suicide (which latter if Harding was actually a journalist qualified to write on Russia he would know has been a long-standing problem for many years) would not be called “illegal” in quote marks. They would be called illegal. The implication of quoting “illegal” is that this material is not – as far as Russia is concerned – illegal.

In a statement on the Internet Regulator’s website about blocking Twitter due to its failure to act on take-down notices concerning child porn and child suicide there is no mention of Navalny or posts about Navalny. [1] The linking of the two matters – posts about Navalny and the actual statement about child pornography and child suicides appears to be another case of Harding “joining the dots”. (He explains that the way to do journalism on Russia is to “join the dots”).

Whether it is Luke Harding’s idea to contribute to the destruction of Russia by pushing child porn and child suicide websites or whether the idea was fed to him by Navalny’s “associates” or whether it is the idea of British intelligence I don’t know. It would be better if the Guardian disassociated itself from this horrible project.

Notes

  1. http://rkn.gov.ru/news/rsoc/news73464.htm

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