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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
I feel like a broken record player but I'm gonna say it again, just to drive it home........
PROPAGANDA - HIDE YOUR SCUM
Despite what is taught in school, let me be perfectly clear - Nazi Germany did NOT lose WWII, they simply cloaked themselves with Old Glory and made their way to America.
Your OP is testament to this.
So the mountains of rubble that were once cities in Gross Duetchland are a figment of peoples imagination? All those nazi's hanged and given prison sentancies were innocent? Can I go and live on your planet please?
Citing RT’s influence, Secretary of State John Kerry asked US lawmakers for more money for propaganda and “democracy promotion” programs around the world.
“Russia Today can be heard in English, do we have an equivalent that can be heard in Russian? It’s a pretty expensive proposition. They are spending huge amounts of money,” Kerry told the House Appropriations Subcommittee, apparently forgetting that Voice of America has been broadcasting in Russian since 1947.
One of the three main channels of Lithuania – TV3 – held on Sunday poll in Lithuanian theme “Have you ever noticed in Lithuania increased Russian propaganda?” 82% percent of respondents said that “it is not propaganda, Russia was telling the truth,” 12% percent – “yes, it is becoming more in the press and on the Internet”, 6% percent – “No, no growth did not notice.” Lithuania: It’s not propaganda, Russia was telling the truth 82%.
Interestingly, the survey results are silenced. It is understandable why: if Russia is telling the truth, it means that Lithuanian government was lying. The same situation was in the last year in Germany. When the survey of business news channel N-TV showed 89% Germans support the Putin’s course. The results were then removed from site because this obviously did not fit into a pro-American policies of Angela Merkel.
A Russian journalist wanted to ask something important to the Ukrainian President Poroshenko. Before she had spoken her first word, a bodyguard pressed her face on his shoulders. The bodyguard then casually walked away.