Skip to comments.Alex Jones & Kremlin Propaganda
Posted on 01/30/2012 4:20:36 AM PST by Apollo5600
anuary 29, 2012 Alex Jones and Kremlin Propaganda By Ricardo Galván Estrada
Following the largest anti-Kremlin protests since the alleged collapse of communism, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused the United States of orchestrating the activities of the Russian dissident movement. In televised remarks on December 8, the former KGB colonel accused Hillary Clinton and the United States government of funding the protests and suggested that the Western powers sent a "signal" to their undercover agents to begin active measures against the country.
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RT (Russia Today) also gets quoted and linked here on FR far too frequently. IMHO they should be banned as well. Jones is a popular figure on this trashy propaganda news site as is the cartoonish finance fraud Max Keiser whose parents are (surprise, surprise!) Russian ex-pats. I've engaged Keiser's lies on a few websites, but he is quite popular with young Paulbots whose critical thinking skills are highly suspect.
Is that the group Jimmy Carter is affiliated with? He is always going to wherever there is an election in a Communist or Fascist country to declare the elections fair and honest.
I live in the Austin, TX area, hdq for that nut Alex Jones. I always considered him just an extreme right wing nut case who happen to have enough followers to make money with a program. Now that I see he is probably paid by the Left it makes much more sense. That is also why Ron Paul supporters also support him, both are Leftists. I am not saying Paul is a Leftist but that his supporters are.
They want to split the vote enough to give the primary to Romney or they want him to run as a 3rd party candidate to assure an Obama election.
RT SHOULD be banned, it’s paid for with Kremlin dollars. Back when those protests against Putin started, it took them a week or longer for them to report on it at all, and their first article was to insult Fox News for inappropriately covering it. Apparently Foxed used footage from Greece by mistake while discussing the Russian protests. The message being that Fox was inventing the protests.