Russian President Vladimir Putin
Finian Cunningham's latest, "Washington Hits Back at Putin's Humiliation"  exposes the desperate diversions "official" Washington descends to.
Here's a few excerpts:
"The Obama administration is now accusing Russia of cyber-crime and trying to disrupt the US presidential election" accusing "Russia of a hacking campaign to interfere with elections" alleging "Moscow is stealthily trying to influence the outcome of the election, by releasing damaging information on Clinton which might favor Republican candidate Donald Trump"-all unsubstantiated with no evidence given. Russia has denied any connection to the cyber-crime charges and Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov referred to US claims as "rubbish".
It's "official" Washington's tactic to divert attention from Wikileak's Julian Assange vowing "to release more emails that will prove that Clinton as Secretary of State back in 2011-2012 masterminded the supply of weapons and money to Islamic terror networks in Libya and Syria for the objective of regime change".
"The exposure of an American presidential candidate as being involved in state sponsorship of terrorism while serving as a top government official is a powerful incentive for the Obama administration to find lurid diversion."
"Hence, the latest charges by the US government against Russia as perpetrating cyber-crime and of trying to subvert American democracy".
"Day by day, it seems, leads to more damning revelations of Washington's complicity in illegal wars, covert subversion of foreign states, and systematic collusion with terrorist networks".
"Russia's intervention-in Syria-has also brought into clear focus the systematic links between Washington and terrorist proxy army working on its behalf in Syria".
"Washington's mask of moral and legal superiority has been ripped from its face. And what the world is seeing is the vile ugliness beneath." This is a must read.
Cunningham's right on the mark saying "what the world is seeing is the vile ugliness beneath." But regrettably that doesn't include the majority of the American people.
The American people don't want to see that "vile ugliness underneath" because that is too much for them to bear. That would go against the very heart of what they've been taught to believe. They've been so thoroughly propagandized and indoctrinated to believe we're "the beacon on the hill", the "good guys" as seen in the Navy's infomercial intoning its "A global force for good". American's whole belief system would become discombobulated.
It seems astonishing most Americans refuse to see, don't want to see the reality of their government's increasingly overt criminality. That's a sure fire way for that government to continue its mendacity.