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So much of the pro-Putin propaganda relies on slander, not fact. The ultra-nationalist parties were soundly defeated in the last election, but the pro-Putin hate mongers continue to refer to the legitimate government as "Nazis."
There is nothing remotely progressive about the motley collection of ultra-nationalists who will make up the new Rada. Most of the new MP’s are rabidly right wing and ultra hostile to Russia, the breakaway regions of Donetsk and Lugansk, the trade unions, the Communist Party, the list goes on. It includes an assortment of Holocaust deniers and sympathisers for the Ukrainian Nazis who fought with the SS during World War Two. It would appear that even people wanted by Interpol for inciting terrorism and responsible for the Odessa massacre on 2 May, such as Right Sector leader Dmitry Yarosh, can be elected to the new Rada.
Let’s take a few examples to show how deeply hollow are the claims that the new Rada will be committed to democracy and freedom. The People’s Front party of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenuk topped the poll with 22.2% of the vote. The People’s Front is closely allied with various volunteer battalions of neo-Nazis that have fought in the Donbass region committing war crimes against Russian speakers. Take for example the Aidar battalion which Amnesty International has accused of war crimes during the Ukrainian government’s summer offensive against Novorossia.
Along with this bunch of murderers you have the ultra violent crazies found in the Radical Party led by Oleh Lyashko. The Radical Party received around 8% of the vote and 22 seats in the Rada. The coup in February that brought the CIA sponsored regime to power has meant psychopaths such Lyashko can go around illegally arresting people and taping himself torturing them with impunity. Amnesty International has called on Ukraine’s government to arrest Lyashko and his armed associates.
When it comes to the BBC I don't feel that I need to but here you go anyway.
The BBC pulled this broadcast in total panic when they realised the evidence of the eye witnesses did not correspond to the narrative the US & their NATO allies wanted to convey, many witnesses verified there were 2 Ukraine SU25 very close to the downed MH17, their presence was also confirmed by Russian satellite images provided by their air ministry.
originally posted by: Agent_USA_Supporter
a reply to: ScientificRailgun
By the way the RT reporter was quickly hired by FOX News the following month after leaving the job on RT while coming back with her claims.
Do you even know whom funds stop FAKE? you would be quite surprised.
No. Not really. These articles are based and written on opinions of everyday people. They assume and pick out the controversial parts of a story and then use that. For example, life on mars......they point out statues and possible evidence of pre-life existance. However its false.
My opinion on the issue stands. When an RT reporter quits ON AIR saying she was told to blatantly lie by her Russian handlers, that's pretty well a confirmation that RT spreads propaganda. Find me a link to one major media western journalist or anchor who quit on air because they were told to lie.
Propaganda copypasta is still propaganda.
Its a site where opinions are posted not actual information.
If it's from an OFFICIAL news source, you write it off as western lies and propaganda.
So let me get this straight. If it's from an OFFICIAL news source, you write it off as western lies and propaganda.
Your circular logic astounds me
so you would be free to post anti-Ukrainian, anti-West, and anti-Israel propaganda there.
The best part is that if you collect enough clicks, you will get paid for your contribution.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: BornAgainAlien
Propaganda copypasta is still propaganda. All you did was post someone else's hate speech.
have been quite critical of the U.S
you instead make baseless judgements on my character. It's interesting.
You dismiss official western news outlets as propaganda, and you dismiss unofficial news outlets because they're not official.