Media Disinformation: Russia Inspired Nazism in America? Absurd

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Sound absurd? It’s part of the daily disinformation war on the country because of its sovereign independence, its opposition to America’s imperial agenda, its military might able to challenge the US, and its vast resources Washington wants control over.

Russia more than any other country deplores Nazism. The ravages it experienced during WW II at the hands of Hitler’s war machine remain indelible in its history, triumph over its scourge commemorated annually.

The neocon Washington Post is a CIA house organ, masquerading as a legitimate broadsheet. Far from it.

Claiming white supremacists in America are inspired by Russia, not Nazi Germany, is trash, WaPo misreporting.


“Russia…cater(s) to…white supremacists who brought bloodshed to Charlottesville.”

“…Moscow’s relations with neo-fascist contingents across Europe — in France, in Hungary — are well-known, less has been said about its extensive efforts to cultivate like-minded actors in the United States.”

Fact: Russia deplores what fascism represents. It caters to no “neo-fascist contingents” anywhere.

Fact: By France, WaPo means Marine Le Pen, criticized for meeting with Putin in Moscow, calling sanctions on Russia “unfair…silly (and) counterproductive,” along with urging normalized relations with Moscow.

Fact: By Hungary, WaPo has Prime Minister Viktor Orban in mind because he’s pro-Russia. The country’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto earlier said Russia threatens no other nations.

Fact: Moscow “cultivate(s)” no “neo-fascist” elements in America or anywhere else.


“…Moscow’s government mouthpieces have enthusiastically promoted the views of American neo-Nazis and white nationalists.”

Fact: Utter rubbish! Truth is polar opposite.

A WaPo disclaimer of sorts admitted Charlottesville isn’t “directly attributable to Moscow.”

At the same time, it claimed (nonexistent Russian US election meddling) aimed to turn “the United States against itself (by) cultivating, encouraging and goading groups that would create internal disruption and prevent the United States from promoting a liberal, international order.”

“An America rending itself apart is a fervent dream for those cloaked in power in Moscow. After Charlottesville – and after Trump revealed that he has little capacity for condemning white nationalists – the United States is one step closer to granting the Kremlin’s wish.”

Fact: Brainwashed readers alone would believe this rubbish. Trump denounced white supremacists, neo-Nazis, the KKK and other hate groups.


Russia “cultivate(s) American secessionists from Texas, Puerto Rico and California,” calling them “witting agents in Moscow’s efforts to implode Trump’s America.”

Fact: WaPo lied. Not a shred of evidence suggests it.

Russia seeks normalized, cooperative relations with America and all other nations – supporting multi-world polarity, peace and stability.

Washington aims to control planet earth, its resources and people – wars of aggression its main strategy.

Which agenda do you support?

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