Russia expose German Propaganda

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Russia is charging that the biggest German channel ZDF hired actors to portray separatist soldiers, allegedly paid by Russia, in a major documentary film about Putin.

Just when you thought the Russophobic propaganda put out by Western mainstream media couldn’t possibly get any worse or more hysterically absurd, German state-run US-sponsored TV channel ZDF has exceeded all bounds.

Not satisfied with the truth of what’s really happening in Ukraine’s war-torn Donbass region,

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Zika Psyop to Justify Releasing Millions of Bill Gates‘ GM Mosquitoes in Florida

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Classic Hegelian dialectic: we are seeing a ridiculous level of fearmongering over what has predominantly been a benign virus for decades right on cue to justify the proposed „emergency“ release of millions of billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates‘ $20 million genetically modified mosquitoes on a strongly opposed public in what will essentially be a giant science experiment with unpredictable results… problem — reaction — solution style.

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Pokemon Go Swarm Shows How Easy It Is to Control the Masses

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Yes, this clip really is of people reacting to a rare Pokemon spawning in a park in Taiwan. Guess DARPA can stop spending hundreds of millions of dollars on brain-to-computer interface hive mind technology research… all they have to do is get everyone to play Pokemon Go and they’ll control the masses easy, no problem.

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Bing Translates ‚Daesh‘ to ‚Saudi Arabia,‘ Kingdom Not Happy

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Parent company Microsoft has apologized, blaming user suggestions for the mistranslation.

Bing search engine and its parent U.S.-based company Microsoft are coming under fire from users in Saudi Arabia after it was shown that Bing translated „Daesh,“ the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group, to „Saudi Arabia.“ Angry Saudis took to Twitter using an Arabic hashtag that translates to “Microsoft Insults Saudi‘ where many were calling for boycotting the search engine and Microsoft.

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Erdogan Calls Putin as Russia Seethes at Turkey’s Syrian Incursio

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I have to admit that I still am rather puzzled by the Turkish “invasion” of Syria. There are several hypotheses about what the Turks are really up to and what their real goal is. Since my friends Alexander Mercouris and Mark Sleboda seem to have a much better understanding of what is happening than I, I submit to your attention their analysis rather than to exposes you to my confused guesses. In other words the Turkish capture of Jarablus before it could be captured by the YPG was not primarily intended to prevent the linking together of two areas within Syria under Kurdish control – though that may have been a secondary factor – but was primarily intended to secure the main supply route (or “ratline”) Turkey uses to supply the Jihadi fighters attacking Aleppo.

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How the Pro-Coup US Is Undermining Brazil’s Democracy

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The U.S. has been actively supportive of the interim government, with many of its Cabinet members already close to the U.S., according to WikiLeaks documents.

The United States has been essential in legitimizing Brazil’s impeachment process—widely described by others as a soft coup—and has played a hand in propping up the interim government. Many members of interim President Michel Temer’s government have enjoyed close relations with the U.S., which is “supportive of the Brazilian interim government beyond being silent,“

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Why There’s a Media Blackout on the Native American Dakota Oil Pipeline Blockade

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As the Lakota Sioux continue their peaceful blockade of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline, the story’s absence from the national media narrative is palpable. Considering the corporate media’s chronic quest for controversial stories on government versus public standoffs, you’d think this situation would garner the typical media frenzy invoked during a right-wing militia occupation of a federal building, for example, or a tense standoff between the Black Lives Matter movement and police. But it’s not.

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