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Why Russia Bashing Is So Intense

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 7:59
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Russia and China are the only nations able to challenge America’s hegemonic agenda effectively, strategically allied, supporting each other politically, economically and militarily – a formidable anti-new world order counterforce. Hostility toward Moscow intensified after Washington toppled Ukraine’s democratically elected government, replacing it with Nazi-infested putschists – followed by Crimeans overwhelmingly voting to rejoin Russia, and breakaway Donbass freedom fighters effectively opposing fascist rule. Fabricated accusations of “Russian aggression” persist, proliferated by media scoundrels. Moscow alone among world powers works tirelessly for restoring peace and stability to Ukraine and Syria – unattainable because Washington wants endless conflicts, falsely blaming Russia for its own wrongdoing. Damascus most of all has US officials stymied. For the first time since America’s humiliating Southeast Asia defeat over 40 years ago, it’s losing the battle for Syria – Russia’s intervention a year ago changing things dramatically. Losing Syria threatens Washington’s regional imperial agenda. Conflict continues, virtually certain to escalate before one day ending, perhaps years from now. Unlike other US wars since the rape of Yugoslavia, all post-9/11 ones still ongoing, America is losing to combined Russian and government forces in Syria. Retaliation is in the form of vicious, unrelenting Russia bashing, including Hillary disgracefully equating Putin with Hitler, Trump maligned for calling normal relations with Moscow a good thing. Neocons infesting Washington want confrontation, not mutual cooperation, hammering Russia with baseless accusations. They include phony war crimes charges in Syria, hacking DNC emails Moscow had nothing to do with, and nonsensical claims about interfering with America’s electoral process, saying it’s to help Trump succeed Obama, not Hillary. On October 11, the Wall Street Journal reported “(t)he White House vow(ing) to hit Russia with a ‘proportional’ response” after Homeland Security and US intelligence officials falsely accused it of hacking DNC emails “to interfere with the outcome of the presidential election.” On Tuesday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest indicated “a range of responses” being considered, saying “(t)he president has talked before about the significant capabilities that the US government has to both defend our systems in the United States but also carry out offensive operations in other countries” – entirely illegal, Earnest failed to explain. According to the Journal, “(n)ational security experts and cybersecurity analysts have said ‘proportional’ responses carry other risks as well.” “They could escalate into a more adversarial conflict between both countries. But the absence of a response could signal that such behavior will be tolerated in the future.” With militantly anti-Russia Hillary’s ascension to power almost certain in January, the risk of war between the world’s dominant nuclear powers is exponentially greater than ever.  NYT Promotes Phony Claims About Russia Supporting Trump Not a shred of evidence suggests Russia in any way tries to influence electoral politics in America or anywhere else. Yet phony accusations persist, The New York Times one of the lead culprits – part of its unrelenting Russia bashing, proliferating misinformation and Big Lies, suppressing hard truths. Its latest attack piece cites Hillary’s campaign chairman John Podesta, irresponsibly blaming Russia for thousands of emails released by WikiLeaks. “I’ve been involved in politics for nearly five decades,” he said. “This definitely (sic) is the first campaign…in which I’ve had to tangle with Russian intelligence agencies…doing everything that they can on behalf of our opponent.” Fact: Where’s the credible proof corroborating Podesta’s accusations? None exists or he would have revealed it. Fact: Responsible editors wouldn’t touch this story, clear propaganda for dual purposes – aiding Hillary’s campaign while vilifying Russia. Fact: The NYT repeatedly publishes rubbish instead of hard truths it wants suppressed. The Times: “The Obama administration, like Mr. Podesta, believes the Russian government has been trying to help Mr. Trump with its hacking, including the theft of emails of the Democratic National Committee this year.” “Mr. Podesta said Mr. Trump had “ ‘essentially adopted lock, stock and barrel” a foreign policy that would favor the interests of President Vladimir V. Putin.’ “ Fact: Shameless accusations without proof supporting them are disgraceful lies. Podesta’s comments reflects Hillary’s position. Former secret service agent Gary Byrne worked in the Clinton White House. He knows firsthand how Bill and Hillary operate – his book Crisis of Character recounting his experiences. “The Hillary Clinton I know is a complete pathological liar,” he explained. “She never displays any kind of leadership…(S)he gets so angry (privately) that people…working for her (are) terrified…” Her campaign calls WikiLeaks a “Russian propaganda arm,” part of its strategy to distract and divert attention from her deplorable public record – a tactic both Clintons used earlier and now. Her campaign spokesman Brian Fallon shamelessly accused Trump of coordinating with Russia and WikiLeaks. Trump explained he has no business operations there. Saying it “would be great (to) get along” with Moscow is one of many reasons for attacking him. Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov categorically denied his government’s involvement in hacking DNC emails, or in any way trying to influence US electoral results. On October 7, a joint Department of Homeland Security/Director of National Intelligence (DHS/DNI) statement fraudulently accused Russia of hacking DNC emails “intended to interfere with the US elections process” – failing to provide proof because there’s none. The Times and other media scoundrels consistently publish this type rubbish, pretending its factual instead of exposing vicious Russia-bashing lies. Allied with Hillary’s campaign, they, not Moscow, aim to influence the election’s outcome. The power of endlessly repeated, widely circulated, propaganda works. […]

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