The democratic world must expose and punish Putin’s agents of influence in “The West” on the Right and the Left


“Turn off, shut down and send home every element of Putin’s global propaganda machine. Russia Today and other platforms beam lies and hate into millions of homes in the free world, while Putin maintains total control of the media in Russia.”

“Call out Putin’s lackeys in the free world. The lobbyists, the law firms, the former politicians like German ex-chancellor Gerhard Schröder, who chairs two of Putin’s strategically important energy companies. This includes the fifth columnists of all political stripes who side with a dictator for ideology or Russian cash. Why do executives and advertisers tolerate the likes of Tucker Carlson braying Putin propaganda in prime time? Donald Trump and his acolytes in Congress still can’t find a discouraging word for Putin and repeat Russian propaganda blaming NATO and President Biden even as Russian bombs fall on Ukraine. I’ve bashed every U.S. president since Ronald Reagan over Russia policy, but praising a bloodthirsty dictator to score partisan points is disgusting and un-American.”

Garry Kasparov: How the free world gave Putin the green light

We could start with Alex Jones, Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Max Blumenthal, Marine le Pen, Gerhard Shroeder, Glenn Greenwald, Matt Taibbi, Tucker Carlson, Pat Robertson…and so on…speaking of Alex Jones, Tucker Carlson, Pat Robertson, and Glenn Greenwald, here are couple more links for you:

How the Most Russia-Friendly Corners of American Punditry Are Coping With the Ukraine Crisis

Trump-supporting conspiracy theorist Alex Jones claims he was praised as ‘a hero’ by pro-Putin commentator

Televangelist Pat Robertson says that Vladimir Putin was compelled by God to invade Ukraine because of something related to Israel and ushering in the “end times”

John Hanick, who worked at Fox News for 15 years, beginning when the network first launched in 1996, was charged with violating sanctions and lying to the FBI in U.S. District Court in Manhattan.

Hanick, who left Fox in 2011, spent four years working for sanctioned Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeyev, who is “closely tied to Russian aggression in Ukraine,” the Justice Department said in a news release.

The DOJ said that Hanick’s work for the oligarch had violated sanctions imposed by the Treasury Department in 2014 in response to Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea territory. The Treasury at the time called Malofeyev “one of the main sources of financing for Russians promoting separatism in Crimea.”

“Nope,” Vindman replied. “It’s because you and your pro-Putin party encouraged Putin to invade, by cheerleading him. Worse yet, you undermined @POTUS efforts to signal punishing costs… you undermined U.S. efforts [to] deter the war. You have blood in your hands. The American people will not forget.”

Greene fired back by calling Vindman a “clown” — but she did not denounce Putin.

“This clown wants to drag Americans into war with Russia with his big tough tweets and his zoom interviews on CNN,” she wrote on Twitter. “Go ahead and go fight yourself since you’re from Ukraine.”

“You are clueless about Americans being fed up with sending our sons and daughters to die in foreign lands,” the Republican lawmaker added.

For his part, Vindman has not advocated for deploying U.S. combat troops in Ukraine.

Greene’s trade came just one day before she complained about money made off of war.

“War and rumors of war is incredibly profitable and convenient,” she wrote on Twitter. “What a sad existence it must be to shill for Globalism & America Last politicians.”

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began the following day.

Alexander Dugin and Steve Bannon’s Ideological Ties to Vladimir Putin’s Russia

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