22:02 [Donbass Insider] (E)
On 10 August 2020, the famous Ukrainian blogger Anatoly Shary, published a video containing the full phone tape of Igor Bezler, from which a part was provided by the SBU (Ukraine’s secret service) as an evidence to the investigation team and the Dutch justice in the MH17 case. The whole recording proves that the SBU tried to deceive the Dutch justice and the investigation team by cutting elements of context, and lying on the date of the discussion.
21:14 [RT] (E)
As Russia rolls out its new coronavirus inoculation ahead of complete clinical tests, the western media has suddenly come full circle on vaccines. Russia, it seems, could cure cancer and the media would find a way to blame Putin. Russia has registered the world’s first vaccine against the Covid-19 coronavirus. Russian President Vladmir Putin announced the breakthrough on Tuesday, telling reporters that his own daughter has taken the jab. Doctors and teachers will be the first to receive the shot, with a general rollout expected in January 2021.
11:17 [Global Times] (E)
Flawed statistics, wrong calculation method, misleading figures, untrustworthy interviewees… These are what the Global Times and scholars found in the Associated Press` recent investigation and German researcher Adrian Zenz`s "research" on China`s "birth control campaign" in its Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. When many Western media are enthusiastic about giving rolling coverage of a new sensational accusation against China, few of them are willing to take a deeper look at the sources of the so-called new evidence of accusing China of human rights violations.
8:30 [Donbass Insider] (E)
Six years after the crash of the MH17 in Donbass, while the DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic) commemorates the memory of the 298 people who lost their lives there, Bellingcat has scamed a witness who saw fighter planes on July 17, 2014 in order to discredit his testimony. The method used is very similar to that used by Bellingcat in another case: the attempt to bribe several Russian journalists to testify about the troll factory in St. Petersburg.
19:58 [Antiwar.com] (E)
by Greg Mitchell - William L. Laurence earned the nickname "Atomic Bill" several times over. He was a Pulitzer-winning New York Times science reporter who became embedded with the Manhattan Project and followed its creation of the first atomic bombs at several sites around the United States.
19:56 [Antiwar.com] (E)
Ray McGovern - One can read this most recent flurry of Russia, Russia, Russia paid the Taliban to kill GIs as an attempt to pre-empt the findings into Russiagate’s origins. On Friday The New York Times featured a report based on anonymous intelligence officials that the Russians were paying bounties to have U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan with President Donald Trump refusing to do anything about it. The flurry of Establishment media reporting that ensued provides further proof, if such were needed, that the erstwhile “paper of record” has earned a new moniker – Gray Lady of easy virtue.
19:54 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
There were allegations about emails that someone exfiltrated from the DNC and provided to Wikileaks. Russia must have done it. The FBI and other intelligence services were all over it. In the end no evidence was provided to support the claims. There were allegations that Trump did not really win the elections. Russia must have done it. The various U.S. intelligence service, together with their British friends, provided all kinds of sinister leaks about the alleged case. In the end no evidence was provided to support the claims. A British double agent, Sergej Skirpal, was allegedly injured in a Russian attack on him. The intelligence services told all kind of contradicting nonsense about the case. In the end no evidence was provided to support the claims. All three cases had two points in common. The were based on sources near to the U.S. and British intelligence community. They were designed to increase hostility against Russia.
19:52 [David Swanson] (E)
The New York Times claims that Russia offered to pay Afghans to kill U.S. (and allied) troops. It does not claim that any payments were made. It does not claim that any troops were killed. It does not claim that any impact was had on anything. It does not name its sources. It does not offer any evidence other than the supposed assertions of nameless government officials. It does not offer any justification for not naming them. It does not provide the context of all the years the U.S. government spent arming and funding Afghans to kill Russians, nor all the more recent years during which the U.S. military has been both the enemy of the Taliban and its top funding source (or at least second to opium). It promotes the ridiculous and debunked Russiagate notion that Trump is too kind to Russia. But is it true?
11:55 [LifeSite] (E)
Vaccine Choice Canada, a not-for-profit society founded by families who have suffered from vaccine reactions and injuries, is suing Trudeau’s Liberal Government along with Ford’s Government of Ontario to hold them “accountable” for their “overreach and the draconian and unjustifiable measures taken in response to COVID-19.”
22:31 [Medium.com] (E)
The original article was published in the Swiss magazine Weltwoche (World Week) on June 10th. The author, Beda M Stadler is the former director of the Institute for Immunology at the University of Bern, a biologist and professor emeritus. Stadler is an important medical professional in Switzerland, he also likes to use provoking language, which should not deter you from the extremely important points he makes.
16:46 [Craig Murray] (E)
It turns out that the BBC really does believe that God is an Englishman. When the simple impossibility of the official story on the Skripals finally overwhelmed the dramatists, they resorted to Divine Intervention for an explanation – as propagandists have done for millennia.
21:47 [Donbass Insider] (E)
Following the Ukrainian foreign minister’s announcement of a threat of Russian invasion this fall, statements by officials in Kiev on whether or not there is a possibility of a Russian attack on Ukraine have followed and contradicted each other, between those who say that the invasion could take place now and those who say that it will not take place. A real three-beat waltz, in two steps forward, one step back.
8:50 [Medium.com] (E)
There are no moderate, mainstream centrists in the US-centralized empire. They do not exist. It’s not that moderate, mainstream centrism is an inherently impossible position. In a healthy world, that’s exactly what the predominant worldview would be. But we do not live in a healthy world. There are no moderate, mainstream centrists anywhere in the tight alliance of nations which function as a single empire on foreign policy, because that functional empire is built upon murder, terrorism, exploitation, oppression, ecocide and the stockpiling of armageddon weapons. People who support the status quo of this empire are called “moderates”, but, just like the so-called “moderate rebels” of Syria, they are in fact violent extremists.
9:25 [The Unz Review] (E)
How do the Democrats benefit from the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests? While the protests are being used to paint Trump as a race-bating white supremacist, that is not their primary objective. The main goal is to suppress and demonize Trump’s political base which is comprised of mainly white working class people who have been adversely impacted by the Democrats disastrous free trade and immigration policies. These are the people– liberal and conservative– who voted for Trump in 2016 after abandoning all hope that the Democrats would amend their platform and throw a lifeline to workers who are now struggling to make ends meet in America’s de-industrialized heartland.
9:21 [Mint Press News] (E)
Across my career, I have said more positive words about the scolex family of intestinal tapeworms than I have said about Donald Trump. (Scolex have been shown to read more.) No, this is a column about context. When The New York Times reports anonymous sources from the intelligence community say Russia paid Taliban fighters to kill American soldiers, context is very important. Some of that context is that Mike Pompeo said, “I was the CIA director – We lied, we cheated, we stole. We had entire training courses.” So we know for certain that U.S. intelligence agencies lie to you and me. We saw it with WMD, and we might be seeing it again now. But that’s not the context I’m referring to.
11:11 [Medium.com] (E)
Like so many other things, all this Ghislaine Maxwell buzz would be a lot more interesting without all the dumbass partisan angles people are putting on it. People fixate on the Trump angle or the Clintons angle when it’s clear they’ve all been manipulated by forces that are far more powerful than they are.
17:50 [Global Research] (E)
By Steve Watson - Testifies that Google and Facebook are trying to have a monopoly on news with ‘black box’ algorithms. Newspaper executive Peter Wright has slammed big tech for secretively developing and changing algorithms for news distribution without giving the industry any indication whatsoever of what they are doing. Wright of DMG Media, which is the parent company of The Daily Mail, was testifying before the House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee Tuesday.
11:37 [Tass] (E)
WASHINGTON, June 29. /TASS/. US intelligence services have refuted media accusations that Russia offered money to militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops, US President Donald Trump commented on his Twitter account on Monday. The New York Times published a report earlier in the month stating that an unidentified unit of Russia’s military intelligence had secretly incited Taliban (outlawed in Russia) militants to attack servicemen of the international coalition in Afghanistan.
22:16 [American Greatness] (E)
The term “The Untouchables” referred not to the Chicago mafia but to Eliot Ness’ incorruptible gang of cops. In the Obama era, however, that term is flipped on its head. It applies to the former president himself and his own sort of mob—a broad syndicate of henchmen, including corrupt cops, who continue to serve their Don and enrich themselves in the process. Barack Obama still calls the shots and pulls the strings while his goombahs in the news media, federal government, and Democratic Party carry out his orders.
21:41 [Caitlin Johnstone] (E)
All western mass media outlets are now shrieking about the story The New York Times first reported, citing zero evidence and naming zero sources, claiming intelligence says Russia paid out bounties to Taliban-linked fighters in Afghanistan for attacking the occupying forces of the US and its allies in Afghanistan. As of this writing, and probably forevermore, there have still been zero intelligence sources named and zero evidence provided for this claim. As we discussed yesterday, the only correct response to unsubstantiated claims by anonymous spooks in a post-Iraq invasion world is to assume that they are lying until you’ve been provided with a mountain of hard, independently verifiable evidence to the contrary.
22:53 [MintPress News] (E)
By Alan Macleod - Despite the large and active recruitment drives targeting them, a heightened level of casual and toxic Islamophobia within the ranks of America’s Armed Forces is alienating many Muslim Americans who might otherwise consider joining.
14:35 [Global Research] (E)
First published on November 24, 2016. The mainstream corporate media is desperate. They want to suppress independent and alternative online media, which it categorizes as “fake news”.
Readers on social media are warned not to go onto certain sites.
The intent of this initiative is to smear honest reporting and Truth in Media. Our analysis confirms that the mainstream media are routinely involved in distorting the facts and turning realities upside down. They are the unspoken architects of “Fake News”. One area of routine distortion is the use of fake videos and images by the mainstream media. These are four examples and there are many more. The manipulation of videos and images is routine. In some cases, these manipulations are revealed by readers, independent media and social media. In most cases they go undetected. And when they are revealed, the media will say “sorry” we apologize: they will then point to technical errors. “we got the wrong video”.
17:42 [Consortium News] (E)
By Joe Lauria - Journalism by definition must be impartial and non-partisan, but it is rapidly disappearing in a landscape dominated by media feverishly wedded to either of two political camps. The term “impartial journalism” is redundant. If it’s not impartial, it’s not really journalism. Aside from the Five Ws, the most basic thing a cub reporter learns is that there are two or more sides to every story and a reporter must put her or his biases aside to fairly tell it. Newswriting demands a neutral point of view, favoring none of the sides. The facts will determine who might be the villain. In reporting on conflicts—the essential drama inherent in journalism—there’s plenty of gray area.
15:28 [RT] (E)
Former US President Barack Obama has won liberal praise with a compassionate speech on the killing of George Floyd, while Trump gets nothing but hate. Neither has done much to fix things – but Trump has done it with an ugly face. Barack Obama has given his perfunctory speech about the Black Lives Matter protests taking place in America, and it was every bit as full of pretty words and empty of actual substance as you’d expect from a president who spent eight years stagnating the progressive movement with empty hope narrative while advancing the same murderous oppressive agendas as his predecessors.
8:06 [Donbass Insider] (E)
The US informed the Netherlands that they cannot provide declassified satellite images which allegedly show the launch of a BUK missile responsible of the MH17 crash in the Donbass six years ago. The presiding judge, Hendrik Steenhuis, said this at a meeting on the passenger plane crash case. The MH17 crash hearing resumed on Monday 8 June 2020. Few months ago, the MH17 court asked the US to provide declassified satellite images which are mentionned as a source in a report that they sent back in 2014, as a proof of a BUK launch.
10:59 [Voltairenet] (E)
On 5 June 2020, The Lancet withdrew an article it had published on May 22 , followed an hour later by the New England Journal of Medicine’s retraction of a similar article appeared on 1 May . These two articles   had been spotlighted by a high-profile media coverage orchestrated by the US-based Gilead Sciences laboratory. They purported to prove that certain drugs were ineffective for Covid-19, thus clearing the way for their own drugs.
20:22 [MintPress News] (E)
By Alan Macleod - The latest instance of American social disharmony being blamed on Moscow is part of a long tradition, where some see an invisible Russian hand whenever it is useful.
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