CNN Celebrates ‘Joy’ of McCain a Day After His Genocidal Threat

12 September 2017 — FAIR

Professional truth-teller and self-appointed Russian counter-propagandist Jake Tapper had Arizona Sen. John McCain on his State of Union show (CNN, 9/10/17) for a chummy interview Sunday night. The interview began with Tapper lobbing softballs at McCain about his mortality and reminiscing about buddying up on the 2000 campaign trail (Tapper was, according to his then-editor David Talbot, a McCain “groupie”) before moving on to “issues.”

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Target: Ukraine – How foreign intervention is tearing the country apart By grtv

3 March 2014 — grtv

William Engdahl and Michel Chossudovsky

As geopolitical analysts from across the board explain, the Ukrainian coup has been deliberately provoked by outside agents to promote a combination of US, EU, NATO and IMF interests. Perhaps more worrying than the interference itself are its potential implications. As Russia’s every move is now being scrutinized for a possible military response to the ongoing crisis, the specter of a larger military operation now hangs over Eastern Europe.

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Video: McCain, Ukraine, and the Political Game

21 March 2014 — Stop Imperialism

Eric Draitser of StopImperialism.org provides his analysis of the latest statements by US Senator John McCain regarding Russia and the US response to the referendum in Crimea.  Draitser explains that McCain speaks for the neocon establishment and their Cold War mentality, and that his role is to inflame US opinion as much as possible.  Draitser notes that much of this is in relation to domestic US politics and the fact that the US has, not for the first time, been out-maneuvered by Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Also, Draitser provides his analysis of what McCain left out of his statements and why it’s important. Continue reading

Ukraine: NATO’s Eastern Prize By Wayne Madsen

15 December 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Ukraine: NATO’s Eastern Prize

Ever since the democracy manipulation efforts of international hedge fund brigand George Soros were joined with the artificial street revolution tactics of CIA tactician Gene Sharp to form the core strategy of the U.S. neo-conservative goal of imposing a «New American Century» on the entire world, Ukraine has served as the prize of America’s interventionist foreign policy. And the neocons are still alive and active as ever inside Secretary of State John Kerry’s State Department.

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Ukraine: NATO’s Eastern Prize By Wayne Madsen

15 December 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Ukraine: NATO’s Eastern Prize

Ever since the democracy manipulation efforts of international hedge fund brigand George Soros were joined with the artificial street revolution tactics of CIA tactician Gene Sharp to form the core strategy of the U.S. neo-conservative goal of imposing a «New American Century» on the entire world, Ukraine has served as the prize of America’s interventionist foreign policy. And the neocons are still alive and active as ever inside Secretary of State John Kerry’s State Department.

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Faces of Death: Syria Terrorist Opposition Tweet Smiling Photos of Dead ‘Martyrs’ for Fundraising, Recruitment

7 November 2013 — 21st Century Wire

Recruitment marketing has hit a new low, courtesy of the terrorist militant gangs still running rampant in Syria

Halloween came and went last Thursday, but Syria’s Islamic militant opposition fighters (many imported from outside of Syria) have been promoting their new ‘Faces of Death’ genre – enthusiastically promoted Tweeting over the social networking platform, and not a chirp from the censorship gods behind the curtain at Twitter Inc…

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Shady PR operatives, pro-Israel ties, anti-Castro money: Inside the Syrian opposition’s DC spin machine By Max Blumenthal

7 September 2013 — Mondoweiss

During the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Syria on September 3, Secretary of State John Kerry and Senator John McCain both cited a Wall Street Journal editorial by Elizabeth O’Bagy to support their assessment of the Syrian rebels as predominately “moderate,” and potentially Western-friendly.

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