Big Money and the US government controlled by Big Money intend to close down Internet truth-tellers. As Trump intends to reduce the tensions between nuclear powers, the 200 List prepared by the shadowy Internet site, PropOrNot, is in Trump's way. Either Trump will be apprised and convinced of the "Russian threat," or the dissident websites will be promoted to "Muslim apologists" and fall under the ire of Trump's Iranophobic generals.
Our site, is one of the sites targeted to be closed down. As I recently reported, the US House of Representatives already has passed a bill that creates an inter-agency executive branch committee that can be used to close down truth-tellers on the basis that disagreement with the official propaganda reported as news by the presstitutes constitutes spreading fake news or is proof of conspiring with Russia or Iran (and soon, China) against the United States.
Apparently, Trump wants peace with Russia but war with Iran, a contradiction as Russia will not permit the US to have war with Iran. So if Trump and his generals persist, there will be no lessening of tensions between the US and Russia, and by extension with China.
If this is the outcome, Trump will blow up the planet as surely as Hillary would have done.
If Trump does not reduce tensions with Russia and China, there was no point in electing him.
The United States government is such a criminal institution that it is scared to death of truth. People who lie for the US government and their oligarch controllers prosper. Those who tell the truth are unjustly and harshly persecuted: Manning, Snowden, Assange, Kiriakou, Binney, et al. And now there is a list of 200 websites to be persecuted.
The dictum of the George W. Bush regime -- "you are with us or against
us" -- has moved to the next stage. My readers are aware that a brand new website, PropagandaOrNot (PropOrNot), compiled a list of the websites that provide real news and independent analysis and branded them "Russian agents." In other words, if you tell the truth, you are serving Russia, not the US. To serve the US you must tell lies.
For telling the truth, PropOrNot has put me in their swill bucket.
PropOrNot says that our website has "been identified by the PropOrNot propaganda identification service as repeating, echoing, or referring their audience to Russian propaganda. They are highlighted in YYYs. See here for more information."
The Washington Post presstitute, Craig Timberg, wrote an irresponsible and libelous article publicizing the absurd charges of the shadowy and unknown PropOrNot website. Timberg, being a presstitute and not being a real journalist, failed to identify the people and the money behind the libelous charges made by PropOrNot. He reported the charges as if they were true.
Pam and Russ Martens, proprietors of the delightful website, Wall Street on Parade, have researched PropOrNot to identify the corrupt forces that intend to make it a crime to speak truthfully in America.
It wasn't easy to find out as those responsible for the website are hidden behind multiple covers like offshore tax avoidance corporations. But this is what they found out:
PropOrNot has an agent address in Santa Fe, New Mexico. An agent address serves "as a virtual address for the creation of limited liability corporations that want to keep their actual principals secret. The address has dozens of businesses associated with it. There should also be a corresponding business listed in the online archives of the business registry at the Secretary of State of New Mexico. However, no business with the words Propaganda or PropOrNot or YYY exist in the New Mexico business registry, suggesting PropOrNot is using a double cloaking device to shield its identity by registering under a completely different name."
Obviously, those behind PropOrNot are either so ashamed of their perfidy or they are such public names that they want to stay hidden so that the American public cannot know who is determined to replace truth with lie.
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