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More Subtle Propaganda from The New York Times

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COMMENT: As the New York Times con­tin­ues in “War­ren Report Mode” (the Gray Lady pub­lished that per­ni­cious doc­u­ment), its Cold War style jour­nal­is­tic blitzkrieg against Rus­sia con­tin­ues. (We note in pass­ing that Rus­sia is no longer Com­mu­nist.) In an op-ed piece about the next tar­get of sup­posed Russ­ian aggres­sion, the author casu­al­ly ascribes the 1999 assas­si­na­tion of Armen­ian lead­ers, includ­ing the prime min­is­ter, to Russ­ian con­spir­a­to­r­i­al process.

In FTR #182, we not­ed the his­to­ry of the Dash­nags (there are var­i­ous spellings). An Armen­ian fas­cist and ultra-nation­al­ist group, the Dash­nags col­lab­o­rat­ed with the Third Reich, Ukrain­ian fas­cist ele­ments and the Chris­t­ian Mobi­liz­ers of Ger­ald L.K. Smith. The lat­ter was a promi­nent Amer­i­can fas­cist  whose orga­ni­za­tion was among the ide­o­log­i­cal trib­u­taries that fed the milieu of the Aryan Nations.

The rel­e­vant mate­r­i­al begins at around 1:20 and con­cludes at around 13:36.

The sources accessed include a San Jose Mer­cury News arti­cle from Octo­ber 28, 1999, Amer­i­can Swasti­ka by Charles High­am and Under Cov­er by John Roy Carl­son.

“Rus­si­a’s Next Land Grab” by Bren­da Shaf­fer; The New York Times; 9/9/2014.

 . . . . Three times in the 1990s, Arme­nia and Azer­bai­jan signed peace agree­ments, but Rus­sia found ways to derail Armenia’s par­tic­i­pa­tion. (In 1999, for exam­ple, a dis­grun­tled jour­nal­ist sus­pect­ed of hav­ing been aid­ed by Moscow assas­si­nat­ed Armenia’s prime min­is­ter, speak­er of Par­lia­ment and oth­er gov­ern­ment offi­cials.) . . .


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