MSNBC madness

MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell explained the events of the past week in Syria to his viewers. According to Mr O'Donnell, President Putin, concerned about all the negative publicity his puppet, Donald Trump, was being subjected to, instructed President...

A war crime and a strategic error

Last night Donald Trump ordered the bombing of a Syria air base. He said this was in retalitation for the alleged chemical weapons attack in Idlib on Tuesday. According to Trump, it is undisputed that Syria was responsible. Yet, the claim is disputed...

Another false flag operation

The alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria has received a great deal of attention. It has been presented by the west's political-media elites as a war crime committed by Syria and Russia. Yet everything about the story is wrong. In fact, the only...

RT is Nazi propaganda, says US senator

Democrat Senator Jeanne Shaheen claimed that RT is Nazi propaganda, designed to undermine American democracy. She even had proof, which she presented, complete with visual aids.   One of those visual aids was a photograph, showing RT's editor in...

On real news and fake news

The Susan Rice unmasking story was broke by Mike Cernovich. CBS's 60 Minutes had labelled Cernovich fake news. But his story is not fake.   Indeed, the august journal of record, the New York Times, had the story and had studiously suppressed it....

Watching CNN

CNN was quick to cover the explosion on a Metro train in St Petersburg yesterday. CNN anchor, Becky Anderson, breathlessly began the "breaking news" by asking a journalist in Moscow what had happened. He provided a brief, factual account. The...

The absurdity of Russiagate

It is strange how educated people can people can so easily delude themselves. Yet it happens, over and over again. From the late nineteenth century to the Second World War, virtually all educated people believed in the pseudoscience, Eugenics. At the...

McCain is mad

On Thursday, Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson and Nikki Hayley, the US Ambassador to the UN, both announced that the overthrow of Syria's President Assad was no longer a priority. This change in US foreign policy is entirely consistent with President...

Experts reveal evidence of Russian hacking, not

The Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday heard expert evidence that Russia hacked the US presidential election. The experts were long on assertions, judgements and scare-mongering. However, when it came to evidence they came up empty. But you do...

Facebook's true face

Facebook is helping Pakistan to identify people who are critical of Islam.   Currently, a blogger by the name of Ayaz Nizami is facing the death penalty. His crime? He has posted informed critiques of Islam on his blog and formed an atheist...

CNN is weird

There is something very weird about CNN. And I don't just mean their addiction to fake news.   Aslan Reza engaged in cannibalism. He ate another person's brains and had it televised.   Chris Cummo said that a twelve year old girl who had a...

Expression of opinion is bad, opines Ted Koppel

Veteran broadcast journalist, Ted Koppel, told Sean Hannity that he is bad for America. According to Mr Koppel, the American people are incapable of distinguishing between fact and opinion. Mr Koppel disagrees with Hannity's opinions and so he thinks...

Nato uncovers Russian plot

After years of research, Nato has uncovered a Russian plot. Russia is using television comedy shows to portray western political leaders in a negative light.   The report was presented at a conference in Riga on March 17 2017. It was based on...

It's the Russians

Nato's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, General Curtis Scaparrotti, told a US Senate Committee that the Taliban are being supported by Russia.   This blame Russia tactic has clearly become nothing more than a knee-jerk reaction. Something...

Some of the ways they make fake news

Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, has an interesting and informative post on his blog. It shows how the corporate news media create their fake news.   During the election campaign, Mr Adams had been blogging about Donald Trump. Adams was one...

Islamic terrorism is not Islamic, says May

British Prime Minister Theresa May today told parliament and the world that yesterday's Islamic terrorist attack was not Islamic. Many other members of parliament fully agreed. Indeed, parliament took the opportunity of the discussion of the Islamic...

Trump as Hitler meme

Representing Donald Trump as Adolf Hitler has been a consistent Democrat tactic. The assertions are loud, vehement and, apparently, sincere. Yet, they are completely without foundation, as anyone looking at the facts can easily see.   Adolf...

McCarthyism in full swing

If anyone needed proof that McCarthyism had returned to America, they only had to watch yesterday's House Intelligence Committe's hearing. From start to finish the Democrats powerfully engaged in their witch hunt, using the tactics of smear, innuendo...

A tutorial on McCarthyism

On Saturday, the New York Times published an article by Louise Mensch. It is a tutorial on McCarthyism.   Mensch begins by claiming to have expertise on the Russia hacking story. On the basis of this, she offers Congress some advice. She lists a...

Al Gore was wrong

In "An Inconvenient Truth" Al Gore made a number of predictions. They were wrong. Gore predicted constant global warming. It hasn't happened. In fact, there has been no significant global warming in over twenty years.   Al Gore predicted the...

US State Department expertise

As part of a traditional St Patrick's Day celebration, Donald Trump shared his favourite Irish proverb. However, the words were neither Irish nor a proverb. They came from a poem by a Nigerian author.   This may sound like a minor gaffe, but it...

Latvian neo-Nazis celebrate

In Riga thousands of Latvians are celebrating the Latvian Waffen SS, which participated in the massacre of almost the entire Jewish population along with conducting similar atrocities against other groups. The Latvian Waffen SS was condemned by the...

Russophobia is boundless

Yesterday Senator John McCain accused Senator Rand Paul of working for Vladimir Putin.   Rand Paul had objected to Montenegro, a tiny country with a military of less than two thousand, joining NATO. The senator's objection was not only entirely...

A tale of two cities

Take two cities: Aleppo and Mosul. The circumstances were very similar. Jihadist terrorists holding a civilian population captive. Each city subjected to military force to defeat the jihadists. In each city many civilian casualities.   However,...

US foreign policy in question

One of the bright moments of the US presidential election was Donald Trump asserting that he wanted the US and Russia to get along. This is a sane and sensible policy position. Yet virtually the whole of the American establishment vehmently opposed...