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White House Launches Propaganda At TROLL Level

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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 06:55 AM
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www.zerohedge.com...



Russian writer idaltae tweeted the following:

Whitehouse launches propaganda at troll level . Because she didn’t say what search term she used to pull up that ad – and because we don’t live in Russia – it took some legwork to verify that this is real.

Specifically, we used Keyword Spy – a highly-regarded and widely-used resource in the SEO industry – to see if the White House had purchased keywords for Google using the domain name WhiteHouse.gov.

Indeed, we did find the ad using Keyword Spy:





Keyword Spy also told us the keywords which the White House purchased:






I thought this was interesting. The White House sponsoring ads on Google to call Putin a terrorist. That's sure to stop him and change peoples minds.

I suppose it could be fake, I'm not sure what verification would be needed to set them up. I have a funny feeling, if genuine, Google didn't ask for much payment for them.



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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:26 AM
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The white house is just the tool used by the powers behind the scenes. Russia led by Putin is a threat because unlike the US and western europe, Russia does not have a leash around its collar. Russia under Putin stands in the way of some big plans being executed by certain groups. Hence, such efforts to demonize Putin.
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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:29 AM
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Tme for some bleach.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:33 AM
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Whaaaa?

The US caught lying about Russian terrorists in Ukraine, really? ... Yup It's all lies there are no Russians terrorists in Ukraine taking over buildings in armed gangs

Ok...

There's only been hundreds of proven pictures of Russian citizens and Russian forces fighting in Ukraine.. Christ stop the trolling now it's embarrassing

agenda.ge...






Russian lies through it teeth and absolutely Russia sucks a donkey at propaganda

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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:37 AM
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originally posted by: sk0rpi0n
The white house is just the tool used by the powers behind the scenes. Russia led by Putin is a threat because unlike the US and western europe, Russia does not have a leash around its collar. Russia under Putin stands in the way of some big plans being executed by certain groups. Hence, such efforts to demonize Putin.


Sounds interesting... Why don't you tell us all of these "big plan" you're somehow in the know of, perhaps a new thread ?



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:40 AM
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originally posted by: khimbar



I thought this was interesting. The White House sponsoring ads on Google to call Putin a terrorist. That's sure to stop him and change peoples minds.

I suppose it could be fake, I'm not sure what verification would be needed to set them up. I have a funny feeling, if genuine, Google didn't ask for much payment for them.



Merika and its obsession with labeling people with the T word haha Guess 30 years ago it was commie.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:41 AM
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I just read a interesting piece from Global research that may indicate the why's to Washington's move in this respect

The Sino-Russian Gas Deal: Psychological Warfare in Financial Markets www.globalresearch.ca...



"A natural gas deal between Russia and China was in the works for a long time, so why all the fuss over its unveiling?

One has to look beyond the headlines when considering world events. The ballyhoo that is made of many of these events is either newspeak or grossly disjointed by narrow-sighted interpretations. The announcement of the mega energy deal for just over 36.8 billion cubic meters (1.3 trillion cubic feet) of natural gas reached between the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China on May 21 is just one example of this."

"The natural gas deal struck between Beijing and Moscow does not signal anything new or a shift in Russian economic policies and ties with China, but it’s being touted as such.

In one way or another, most news reports about the energy deal are distorting the nature of the Sino-Russian energy agreement and highlighting this particular deal in purely political terms. The gas deal has actually been — excuse the pun — in the pipeline for quite some time, as Beijing and Moscow have talked about and negotiated some sort of long-term gas export-import formula for about 10 years. Anyone that has been following these important negotiations would know this and immediately recognize the sensationalist and distorted nature of the current reporting on the gas agreement."

This is where we start to see what is going down from the cabal in Washington .

"“Investor confidence” is the key phrase here. What the gas deal definitely marks is that China has Russia’s back in a psychological war over investor confidence. The announcement of the agreement in Shanghai is largely a Sino-Russian retort to the U.S. and its allies, which are strategically trying to undermine investor confidence in the Russian economy.

In her May 8 testimony to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, Victoria Nuland, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, asserted the following from a prepared statement:

“The Russian economy is already buckling under the pressure of these internationally imposed sanctions. Its credit rating is hovering just above ‘junk’ status. $51 billion in capital has fled Russia since the beginning of the year, approaching the $60 billion figure for all of 2013. Russian bonds are trading at higher yields than any debt in Europe. As the ruble has fallen, the Central Bank has raised interest rates twice and has spent close to $30 billion [US] from its reserves since early March to stabilize it.”

Although Nuland went out of her way to conclude that the Russian people were not the target of, but the collateral damage from the imposed sanctions, it was very clear at the hearing that the main targets of the sanctions were, in fact, the Russian people. During the hearing, Rep. Albio Sires candidly made it clear that the Russian people “have to feel” the sanctions and asked for evidence from the Obama administration that the Russian people were suffering from the punishment of economic sanctions. U.S. State Department and Treasury representatives at the hearing, in turn, made it clear to Sires that the Russian people “will begin to feel” the punishment of economic sanctions with the trade between Russia and the EU being damaged, costs of borrowing going up and inflation expanding."

"Nuland’s sentiments were echoed by Daniel Glaser, assistant secretary for terrorist financing in the Treasury Department, at the hearing on Capitol Hill. Both made it clear that the U.S. government is working to impose economic costs against the Russians that will snowball gradually. Glaser also clarified that it takes time for the damage to the economy to be reflected politically — meaning that the creation of an economic recession in Russia is aimed at making the Russian people so miserable that they will demand that the Kremlin surrender to Washington’s demands.

Glaser testified thus:

“Sanctions, and the uncertainty they have created in the market, are having an impact, directly and indirectly, on Russia’s weak economy. And as sanctions increase, the costs will not only increase, but Russia’s ability to mitigate costs will diminish. Already, market analysts are forecasting significant continued outflows of both foreign and domestic capital and a further weakening of growth prospects for the year. The IMF has downgraded Russia’s growth outlook to 0.2 percent this year, and suggested that recession is not out of the question.”











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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:45 AM
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originally posted by: TritonTaranis
Whaaaa?

The US caught lying about Russian terrorists in Ukraine, really? ... Yup It's all lies there are no Russians terrorists in Ukraine taking over buildings in armed gangs

Ok...

There's only been hundreds of proven pictures of Russian citizens and Russian forces fighting in Ukraine.. Christ stop the trolling now it's embarrassing

agenda.ge...






Russian lies through it teeth and absolutely Russia sucks a donkey at propaganda


They may be a invading and interfering force (*cough* like America isnt *cough*) but they are not terrorists.

I get fed up with the miss use of the word. Labeling people you just don't like a terrorists dilutes the word.


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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:48 AM
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Hmmm, Russia invaded "a" country...
How many countries is the beacon of "freedom" occupying?
All the US government can do as of late is spew propaganda to cover up last weeks propaganda.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:54 AM
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a reply to: g146541

In fact, Russia has invaded no countries at all. Despite the talk of Russian invasion of Ukraine, this is plainly false. Crimea already had a large Russian military contingent and they had a referendum to once again be part of Russia.
All the talk of Russian invasion, and scaremongering that Russia wants the old Soviet Union back are just laughable and nothing more than government propaganda, meant to demonize Russia, and Putin particularly, for the next cold, or may hot war.
The fact remains that the US spent a s*%t load of money financing the coup in Ukraine and taking over via the IMF. Same as they did in Syria and Libya, and look what beacons of democracy, peace and freedom they have left those places in.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:56 AM
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a reply to: crazyewok



I get fed up with the miss use of the word. Labeling people you just don't like a terrorists dilutes the word.

A terror campaign requires it. Just like the "confirmed proof of Russians" by photo look alike contests.

Considernig Ukraine used to be part of the Soviet Union and 8 million(?) people there speak Russain…



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 07:59 AM
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originally posted by: crazyewok

originally posted by: TritonTaranis
Whaaaa?

The US caught lying about Russian terrorists in Ukraine, really? ... Yup It's all lies there are no Russians terrorists in Ukraine taking over buildings in armed gangs

Ok...

There's only been hundreds of proven pictures of Russian citizens and Russian forces fighting in Ukraine.. Christ stop the trolling now it's embarrassing

agenda.ge...






Russian lies through it teeth and absolutely Russia sucks a donkey at propaganda


They may be a invading and interfering force (*cough* like America isnt *cough*) but they are not terrorists.

I get fed up with the miss use of the word. Labeling people you just don't like a terrorists dilutes the word.



Perhaps you can explain why they have been pictured in Georgia, Serbia etc? And why most of them are wearing no insignia and face masks?

Where have all the supposed greystone captured troops gone ?

Just propaganda as expected

It's a proven fact Russia has troops on the ground in Eastern Ukraine and has rammed tem to the teeth

There is absolutely no US or NATO troops on the ground as Russia has accused

Speaks for itself



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:00 AM
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a reply to: Britguy


In fact, Russia has invaded no countries at all. Despite the talk of Russian invasion of Ukraine, this is plainly false.

But will be repeated as often as necessary in order to distract us from the real reasons behind the whole shebang. The EU, NATO and the US state department want the Ukraine to become sovereign EU and IMF territory. What better distraction and justification than to say they require rescuing from the Russians?



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:04 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: crazyewok



I get fed up with the miss use of the word. Labeling people you just don't like a terrorists dilutes the word.

A terror campaign requires it. Just like the "confirmed proof of Russians" by photo look alike contests.

Considernig Ukraine used to be part of the Soviet Union and 8 million(?) people there speak Russain…


Hundreds of look a likes?

Hardly

Yes Ukraine used to be part of the Russian empire and Soviet Union, By conquest..

And India used to be part of the British empire, many Indians still speak English, hell so do the yanks Canadians Australians

AND... Now they're NOT, hope this helps you understand

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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:08 AM
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Did anyone else notice the "prevent war" part?

Thats what they want. Saddled with enormous debt the only way to kick start the economy will be to have another war.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:11 AM
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a reply to: khimbar

It appears zerohedge has got it wrong.

The advert is for a petition posted on whitehouse.gov

petitions.whitehouse.gov...

Click on the i on the keyword spy information page.

Last time I checked, the petititions have nothing to do with the government.


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posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:11 AM
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That may have been behind the reasoning in not closing shop in Afghanistan .If they cant get a new one they may be settling for some of the older ones just to keep the pocket change rolling . a reply to: intrptr



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:13 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr



Did anyone else notice the "prevent war" part?

Thats what they want. Saddled with enormous debt the only way to kick start the economy will be to have another war.


Lol

Now you're just clutching at straws

The prevent war part would suggest a civil war, that was obvious tho

The US EU Ukraine and the UN have all called on Russia to stop interfering in Ukraine's internal affairs to prevent a civil war in the East, this has been widely reported for many months HTH



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:15 AM
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a reply to: TritonTaranis


Hundreds of look a likes?

Hardly

I only see two in your oft repeated look alike "proof" posts. Thats no proof at all of anything expect propaganda bombing of the idea that the "Russians are coming, the Russians are coming". Like crazeywok said, its old as the old Cold War.

I'll point that out as often as you blame the Russians for whats happening in the Ukraine.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 08:15 AM
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originally posted by: AlphaHawk
a reply to: khimbar

It appears zerohedge has got it wrong.

The advert is for a petition posted on whitehouse.gov

petitions.whitehouse.gov...

Last time I checked, the petititions have nothing to do with the government.


Well that comes as no surprise lol

Russia... Terrible at propaganda

Back to the drawing board




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