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Russia Beyond the Headlines and its Shameless Lies

Kim Zigfeld has penned a second installment in her ongoing series over at the powerful and influential American Thinker blog exposing the outrageously dishonest propaganda being churned out by the Kremlin bought-and-paid-for website known as Russia Beyond the Headlines.

This time, Kim shows how RBTH is  grossly distorting  the terrifying rise in military spending in Putin’s Russia.

Last time, Kim demonstrated how RBTH hideously misreported the kidnapping and torture of Leonid Razvozzhayev by the Kremlin’s operatives.

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!

3 responses to “Russia Beyond the Headlines and its Shameless Lies

  1. Minsky ⋅

    RBTH is just utter silliness. Today’s headline is penned by none other than their dimwitted propagandist from Pravda.ru, Svetlana Smetanina:
    “Former KGB agent reveals Soviet UFO studies”
    Seriously, if RBTH’s mission is to convince the English-speaking world that Russian journalism is populated by air-headed idiots, and that air-headed idiots strongly support the Kremlin….they are getting a good return on their investment.

  2. Bohdan ⋅

    Your comment “kidnapping and torture of Leonid Razvozzhayev by the Kremlin’s operatives.” cannot surprise any sane person. As what can be expected from the outright majority of the ‘KaGeBist’s” espececialy that midget Putin, as the years spent in its employment would not have taught him any sane or decent practices – only the worst tortures and treatment of any person unlucky enough to fall into their sadistic blood soaked/covered clutches.

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