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    Aug 22, 2016 4:33 AM GMT
    M A DO N N A
    https://www.instagram.com/madonna/
    FOR PRESIDENT!
    The candidates are just not gay enough. That's the real issue here!! RIGHT?
  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 22, 2016 4:48 AM GMT
    You sourcing Sputnik one time was down to naivety right? I only expect it out of actual Russian operatives but know that you're never been on my radar to be one of them here. But who knows, will you ever do or say anything to make a person like me be suspicious?
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    Aug 22, 2016 4:55 AM GMT
    And as hope this thread won't be seen by much, you remember that MeOhMy guy? He currently has an account here with different name now, but he was a writer for a prominent Russian disinformation website called Global Research, and his own writing in general and that of his associates like James Corbett (and their respective podcasts), is really nothing but anti-US and pro-Russian propaganda that just happens to be well cited. He was before my time here, but he was well liked by many here, and yet he's a Russian operative, and apparently a poorly paid one at that.
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    Aug 22, 2016 4:58 AM GMT
    Russia and China operate massive infiltration, disruption and propagandizing operations of Western Internet social sites. It would be surprising if a gay site with nearly 400,000 members has NOT drawn their attention. Or that of the US Christian Right, that's been uncovered as doing the same.

    Who might their agents here be? You can only make inference by their gay-hostile behavior, which is not proof. You are free to draw your own conclusions. But I have.
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    Aug 22, 2016 5:07 AM GMT
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  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 22, 2016 5:26 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidRussia and China operate massive infiltration, disruption and propagandizing operations of Western Internet social sites. It would be surprising if a gay site with nearly 400,000 members has NOT drawn their attention. Or that of the US Christian Right, that's been uncovered as doing the same.

    Who might their agents here be? You can only make inference by their gay-hostile behavior, which is not proof. You are free to draw your own conclusions. But I have.


    Art, I'll actually get back to answering your question of who Alex Jones is in that other thread, but this MeOhMy person, is as real as Jones, unlike the anonymous Russian trolls/bots that operate on RJ. And it really saddens me just how real these people are... At one time I even considered studying the guy's research for the sake of it (I even respected him), but a sampling of his articles very much appear to be in line with Russian propaganda. Actually, just skimming the titles of his articles also reveal the bias he has. He was very popular and I think many people considered him to be the smartest person on this website, but being a Russian disinfo agent (or, and in spite of all his connections and the articles that he's written, just simply a useful idiot), this won't go well with those that fondly remember him.

    Russian operatives, whether anonymous or not, have clearly operated on RJ in the past and are operating on it now. The fact that they operate on a gay men's at all just reveals how pervasive and total Russian efforts are to manipulate the US public.
  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 22, 2016 5:50 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidRussia and China operate massive infiltration, disruption and propagandizing operations of Western Internet social sites. It would be surprising if a gay site with nearly 400,000 members has NOT drawn their attention. Or that of the US Christian Right, that's been uncovered as doing the same.

    Who might their agents here be? You can only make inference by their gay-hostile behavior, which is not proof. You are free to draw your own conclusions. But I have.


    And I was going to mention this a few weeks ago, but never did..., that there's clear evidence now of Chinese government propaganda within the United States. And much like how the average person here regurgitates Russian propaganda, a narrative on things, Russian talking points, etc, they might start doing the same when it comes to the Chinese. The people here are better at doing this than at being gay men... So you'll see clear evidence of this if you pick up legitimate newspapers like the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post and come across ads titled "China Watch" that purposely disguise themselves as legitimate articles and as articles written by their respective newspapers (the Washington Post is not to be confused for the Washington Times which is owned by the Korean cult, the Moonies, and who are actually using their paper to promote a Russian narrative). If the WSJ, NYT and WP, of all places, are allowing the Chinese government to disguise ads as articles, and mislead readers to think that their papers are "endorsing" what amounts as pro-Chinese propaganda (I also noticed that the Telegraph also has these "China Watch" ads), I fear for the future of news. The Russians now control much of what amounts as alternative and "independent" media. Russian trolls also control how a news item from mainstream sources gets interpreted by people. Now the Chinese are the ad buyers for legitimate newspapers and promoting propaganda within them. They may even end up owning these newspapers one day too.
  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 22, 2016 6:04 AM GMT


    Just really takes 1 second to look at each website...but apart from the "China Watch" articles that you can read from newsstands, here are online versions of "China Watch" that you can come across as well:
    http://chinawatch.washingtonpost.com/
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sponsored/china-watch/
    http://www.wsj.com/ad/chinawatch
  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 24, 2016 5:10 AM GMT
    Excuse me, I'm wrong to say that the Washington Times promotes a Russian narrative. While a minority of their writers might be guilty of this, their editorial staff, and the owners themselves, the Moonies, are not responsible for this.
  • Unnamed6

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    Aug 24, 2016 5:30 AM GMT
    I made a mistake, but all other information that I said, even about the RJ poster I mentioned, stands.