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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Anissa Naouai Takes a Stand Against U.S. Media Empire and State Dept


Not taking sides, not promoting RT, just pointing out some take us for complete idiots...and believe they can blast us with so much bullshit, that eventually we'll believe anything they say...
Wrong information, especially by media and politicians is the greatest threat to our freedoms...
What make any nation strong is access to the truth, even if we do not agree with it...after all, we are smart enough to make up our own mind...John.
"RT can be heard in English, do we have an equivalent that can be heard in Russian?"
Yes John...
John, go to upper left and click on sites by language...
There are more, but you get the point.

I live in North America, I don't aspire to be Russian, do not wish for Putin to run as Prime Minister of Canada, I just want honesty so I can be respected as a citizen to make up my own mind without the propaganda....
I don't want to learn from RT, that a picture of a convoy of Russia tanks taken in south ossetia in 2008, is manipulated to make it look like it's in the Ukraine...in order to promote a war.

The point is, we shouldn't have to look to foreign web sites to find the truth, if anything we use to brag about our freedom of the press, but with this freedom must come honesty without repeating government talking points the way cnn's and blitzer, cooper and amanpour does.

Of course there is propaganda from both sides, but lately, RT has been more honest than our media...
That's why they are becoming so popular, which is scary if you think about it...

When you listen to our side, commentators all come from the west, worked or still working for governments. On RT, commentators come from their side and the west, mostly england, france and america...

Watch wolf blitzer ask a question, he will make a statement before the question, guiding the answer to where he wants it to go...that is propaganda 1.1...
And yes, even here in Canada.

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