I'd planned to have a whole run of posts for you today; however, the New York Times pot-hollering kettle exhausted me with laughter:
"Spreading of false stories becomes powerful Russian weapon" by Neil MacFarquhar New York Times August 28, 2016
STOCKHOLM — A flood of distorted and outright false information, confusing public perceptions of the issue. All false, but the disinformation had begun spilling into the traditional news media.
I get a Bo$ton Globe every morning. What of it?
Officials were never able to pin down the source of the false reports, but numerous analysts and experts in US and European intelligence point to Russia.
Like I'm going to believe anything U.S. and European intelligence officials have to say in the New York Times.
Where have you been, NYT? Haven't the declining sales and revenues woken you up?
The planting of false stories is nothing new; now, though, disinformation is regarded as an important aspect of military doctrine, and it is being directed at political debates in target countries with far greater sophistication and volume.
No, nothing new at all.
Related: U.S. Planting False Stories Common Cold War Tactic
So what are they calling OSI these days? ISIS™?
The flow of misleading and inaccurate stories is so strong that both NATO and the European Union have established special offices to identify and refute disinformation.
Disinformers setting up an office to debunk disinformation. That means it must be the truth, huh?
The Kremlin’s clandestine methods have surfaced in the United States, too, US officials say. Russian intelligence has been blamed for leaked Democratic National Committee e-mails that embarrassed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
The NYT sure isn't chai when it comes to regurgitating Clinton campaign garbage.
Turns out it was likely an NSA leak anyway; they had the tools to do it, too.
The Kremlin uses both conventional media — Sputnik, a news agency, and RT, a television outlet — and covert channels that are almost always untraceable.
Not even by the NSA, 'eh?
As for AmeriKa, my entire ma$$ media structure is one big intelligence operation.
The fundamental purpose of dezinformatsiya, or Russian disinformation, experts said, is to undermine the official version of events — even the very idea that there is a true version of events — and foster a kind of policy paralysis.
The pre$$ has done that to me in the sense that I no longer believe anything in them.
What we have come to find throughout history is the official version of events is a pack of lies.
As for today, the reports fall into four basic categories: completely staged and scripted fictions and frauds; false flag events surrounded by lies and obfuscation; an actual event surrounded by distortion or omission; and an event as officials and pre$$ have described (most unlikely).
They have undermined themselves with all their agenda-pushing lies, and the last place you are going to find truth is in the AmeriKan pre$$.
Despite the name, you may not even find it here. My views are constantly evolving based on new evidence, and it's led down some dark corridors indeed.
Moscow adamantly denies using disinformation to influence Western public opinion and tends to label accusations of either overt or covert threats as “Russophobia.”
Actually, it is the Russian government that is being most honest these days in what is a real mind-blower for an American raised during the Cold War.
The NYT then tells me “the fake document becomes the source of a news story distributed on far-left or far-right-wing websites.”
I would also add in the AmeriKan pre$$ and ma$$ media at large.
Six Jewish Companies Own 96% of the World’s Media
Declassified: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media exposed
That explains the continuous operation despite the losses.
Why Am I No Longer Reading the Newspaper?
Who wants to be constantly lied to? I'd rather go read blogs.