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    Anti-Russian Hysteria

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    Nick Blake

    Why things are much worse than one would expect.

    The end of Cold War caught Soviet Union by surprise. Nearly a quarter of a century later it is evident that it was not the end of anything, rather a warming of sorts between the two superpowers. How do we know? Simple. Western media have been hyping anti-Russian propaganda 24/7, experts point to levels far beyond those seen during USSR days. Especially in light of current global affairs that mostly portray Moscow as an efficient partner on the global arena (google BRICS) and a military force to be reckoned with (within six months Russian Air Force crippled Daesh and other Western supported terrorist organizations in Syria despite US planes allegedly bombing these crazies for over a year prior). One would think that Washington, London, Berlin, Paris etc. would welcome these developments yet what we see today is outrageously different from the rosy picture Western media attempts to portray. And it all simply boils down to US presidential election circus. George Carlin, Joe Rogan, and Dylan Moran deliver the funny, while Ray McGovern (retired CIA analyst, whistleblower and political activist) shares his professional opinion.

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    anti-Russian sentiment, anti-Russian propaganda, Superpowers, Western media, Cold War, 2016 US Presidential election, United States, Russia, West
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