New York Times asks, “Why should our [US] goal right now be to defeat the Islamic State in Syria?
If Trump is going to succeed he will need to create a new political moment and sustain it.
New York Times article alleging Russian sports officials have admitted to “institutional conspiracy” to undertake doping is according to TASS based on distorted comments and is flatly contradicted by the public comments of Russian President Putin made just four days before.
Far from Donald Trump being a member of the ‘alt-rIght’, the movement itself exists only in the minds of the mainstream media and a few pundits, who have taken the insult and turned it into a term of endearment.
Julian Assange says America’s mainstream media is “erecting a demon” by favoring Hillary Clinton, which he accuses of “whipping up neo-McCarthyist hysteria about Russia.”
Contrary to what is claimed in an evidence free article in The New York Times, Russia does not control or influence the alternative media, which has grown spontaneously as a response to the failure of the traditional media to question Western policies or Western realities with which many Westerners are increasingly dissatisfied. Rather it is simply a case that Russian foreign policy is genuinely attractive to much of the Western public which is attracted to alternative media.