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Who really is behind 'Russia Today'?

It is important to remember that communism was born not out of Russia, but the operational centers of the international banking elite who work primarily out of New York and London. Communism was sicced upon an unwitting Russian people to create an antithesis to the thesis of capitalism, and a bogeyman that has been used to push a fascist/totalitarian globalist agenda. The people of the West could never know that the real enemy existed within, so the global elite used Russia as their scapegoat by funding the rise of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Many people still believe that Russia exists outside of globalist control, but nothing could be further from the truth since Russia has been under the control of the bankers since the 1917 revolution. It is simply Russia's purpose in the dialectic to appear as a looming threat to "western democracy," when it is controlled by the same people who control the US and the rest of the world from behind the scenes.

full article at - http://sovereignsentience.blogspot.com/2009/09/who-really-is...

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SteveMT's picture

Whomever they are, they are smart as hell.

With all smart beautiful females reporters as far as I know,
there are a lot of subliminally persuasive messages conveyed.
I must limit my watching time of RT.
This is a potentially dangerous situation.
The message of Marshall McLuhan is alive and well.
I've already said too much.

reedr3v's picture

RT's programming is puzzling.

But if the aim is to demoralize, it has the opposite effect on me.

Not to diminish what you've said, but RT still has guests on

that nobody else will in American regular media unpaid. They interviewed Alex Jones & get snipets from his radio program, have Gerald Celente, Max Kaiser, Ron Paul, Dennis K., etc., on on a regular basis, including interviews of CFL staff, Independent Institute, the list goes on. As a matter of fact, they just started a nightly American news broadcast beg. at 7 pm E. RT is great, they have bureaus in NY & WDC as well as broadcast from Russia. They might not be perfect or have pure-intentions, but they're far better than watching Brian Williams or Diane Sawyer every night. It's excellent coverage for unpaid tv, available from public television.

IN short, they touch alot of stuff the American regular media won't w/ a 10-foot pole, the regular tv.

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Thank God for bugs, they're company for people in solitary confinement.

For some reason, we're expected to know every law that exists in America & in our state so we don't break it. We're supposed to know this when we're 18. There's no litmus test for them, as in the 10 commandments or rhyme or reason. C.U.R.E.

did you read the article? You

did you read the article? You just wrote an press release for RT, and didn't address a single issue that Jarvis discussed.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

It makes sense. Reminds me

It makes sense.

Reminds me of what Carroll Quigley said, about the desire of these people to "comfortably merge" the US and Soviet systems.

This article was written months ago. But today, I go to a "alternative" news site, and see this:

Paulson: Russia tried to exacerbate US financial crisis
http://rawstory.com/2010/01/paulson-russia-exacerbate-financ...

and it just starts to seem more and more obvious.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

egapele's picture

Fascinating.

Joe Danger, what are your thoughts on this? I had believed Russia Today to be a pretty credible source only because if its extensive (and only) coverage of Ron Paul during and after the elections.