December 4, 2016
(((Craig Timberg))) of the Washington Post thinks that news websites not run by Jews are part of a Russian conspiracy.
The United States House of Representatives has passed an intelligence bill which would effectively target “pro-Russian” propaganda. This is especially noteworthy considering that the Jewish media has been spending a great deal of time linking what they call “fake news” to Russia. Their very bizarre definition of “fake news” means any information or viewpoint that is not approved by Jewish run fake news outlets like the New York Times, CNN and others.
Conveniently the Washington Post did a story by (((Craig Timberg))) specifically linking “fake news” to Russian propaganda. The article references this bizarre website called PropOrNot which claims with no proof that hundreds of Internet news sites are fronts for Russia. It is not clear who runs the site but based on its cryptic nature, it is quite possible that it was setup with someone linked to a government intelligence agency. It is worth noting that The Daily Stormer made their list.
So here we have the Jewish media using a very weird website to link what they call “fake news” websites to Russia at the same time an intelligence bill is passed that would target “pro-Russian” propaganda. To say that the timing is interesting would be an understatement.
Specifically, the bill calls for the formation of an executive committee of cabinet leaders to sort out how they’ll tackle this issue. This is all described in section 501 of the bill.
It mandates that the executive committee will implement counter measures to the following.
Establishment or funding of a front group.
Disinformation and forgeries.
Funding agents of influence.
Incitement and offensive counterintelligence.
The duties of the committee is described as follows.
To counter active measures by Russia to exert covert influence, including by exposing falsehoods, agents of influence, corruption, human rights abuses, terrorism, and assassinations carried out by the security services or political elites of the Russian Federation or their proxies.
Based on what we are seeing, it looks as if they want to first brand hundreds of Internet news sites as “fake news.” Once they do that, it looks as if they may try to implement a scheme to shut down these websites under the guise of being part of an alleged conspiracy to push Russian propaganda. The agenda is obvious and has been extensively ridiculed by numerous journalists and researchers.
You would think the Jewish establishment would quit promoting unproven conspiracy theories about Russia but they don’t know when to stop.
Hopefully all of this will be of little consequence once Donald Trump becomes President but we should definitely keep track of what happens with this bill. The “fake news” narrative has been a new meme the Jewish media has rolled out to try and discredit independent Internet news sites who are now operating as the real media.