Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Censorship American Style

As Congress still swoons over the anti-Kremlin Magnitsky narrative, Western political and media leaders refuse to let their people view a documentary that debunks the fable, reports Robert Parry.
Consortium News
A Blacklisted Film and the New Cold War
Robert Parry

Global Research
English Translation of Udo Ulfkotte’s “Bought Journalists” Suppressed?
James F. Tracy

New Google algorithm restricts access to left-wing, progressive web sites
Andre Damon and Niles Niemuth

Reporters Without Borders


Jefferson said...

Russia does not require bar licensure for civil law practitioners. Thus, in a case involving allegations of financial wrongdoing, a learned auditor can both check the books and represent those findings in court as (civil) lawyer.

Magnitsky's treatment by Russian prison authorities was logged contemporaneously, there exists photographic evidence of him having been beaten, and his complaints of being denied medical care for pancreatis etc.
The way he was treated in prison is a clue as to how the testimony of Russian-state actors giving self-exculpatory theories should be received.

Kaivey said...

We live in a US controlled Orwellian state. I had never heard of the Andrei Nekrasov documentary until today.

Kaivey said...

Everytime I mention Udo Ulkotte on the Guardian CiF they remove it. My friends trust the Guardian and believe that the press is only suppressed in China and Russia. They have trouble believing me.

I even have some doubts about that poisoning of Korean official at an airport. Why kill him so openly and brutally. Intelligence know how to bump people off without people suspecting. Fiddle with the cars brakes, or make it look like suicide. In the UK too many people involved in the dark underworld died in kinky sex experiments gone wrong. They were found with a plastic bag over their heads and an orange in their mouths. Apparently cutting off the oxygen supply increases the orgasm. Come on!