Faking the political importance of a terror act – the death of Darya Dugina
On Saturday evening, the young Russian journalist Darya Dugina was murdered by a car bomb in the Moscow area. She was the daughter of the Russian philosopher and political scientist Alexander Dugin, referred to in the West as a "fascist" for some odd reason, even though he was an ardent critic of fascism.
Published: August 22, 2022, 1:36 pm
Dugin was also described as one of Putin’s “closest advisors”, a “friend” and “strategist” of the Ukraine operation without ever having met or spoken with the Russian president. The outpouring of bovine excrement from mainstream purveyors of manure, has been stinking up the infosphere. The murderers obviously wanted to elevate their dastardly deed to an “important” hit because the victim was somehow associated with the top guy. They must be confusing glowing in the light of reflected glory with the light from their cellphones hooked up in the basement.
There are some well-known journalists in the Russian-speaking world, for example Olga Skabeeva, Vladimir Solovyov, Dmitry Kiselev and a few others. They are all called “Putin’s propagandists” in the West, while nobody in the West would think of calling CNN, BBC or Guardian hacks like Simon Tisdall who has called for killing Vladimir Putin, “NATO propagandists”. Whoever is for NATO is considered a “journalist” and whoever is against NATO is a “propagandist” – the good-bad schema of Western “quality media” outlets is quite simple-minded. They all of course refrained from denouncing state-sponsored terrorism.
The SPD-affiliated rag RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland (rnd) introduced a new element in linking an AfD politician to Russia because he expressed his condolences to a bereaved father on the occasion of the attack. The rnd disapprovingly quoted the deputy state chairman of the AfD in Saxony-Anhalt, Hans-Thomas Tillschneider, who wrote on Twitter : “My condolences to the father who also loses a daughter in spirit […] May the deed strike back at the cowardly murderers.” Kind words are somehow construed as terrible.
Not only British “journalists” have called for the assassination of statesmen, but also Ukrainian President Zelensky, who believes that Russian journalists can be officially threatened, even with death. In April, shortly before the assassination plot against Vladimir Solovyov was exposed, Zelensky publicly announced: “All the Skabeevas, late-night slobs, pardon me, front liars and their bosses in Moscow need to remember that your end of life will be behind bars, at best…”
However, Western media have not reported on this, because that could tarnish Zelensky’s saintly image. The fact that Zelensky openly threatens to kill journalists could overturn the carefully constructed fiction of a “democratic” president and perhaps revive some interest in the long list of Ukrainian journalists who have disappeared under his rule. This crime – unleashing terror against people who hold a dissenting opinion, is actually justified by the Western media.
The Kiev regime runs a “kill list” through the NGO Myrotvorets which is curated by the government law-enforcement and intelligence agency Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and promoted by Advisor to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko. Western journalists have never criticised the existence of such a highly questionable list.
The identity of the staff has remained secret. Myrotvorets has added the names of Viktor Orbán (Prime Minister of Hungary) and Zoran Milanović (President of Croatia) to its list of “Enemies of Ukraine”. Both had expressed balanced views following the start of the invasion. Many on the list have met with an untimely end cheered in Kiev.
On 27 May 2022, Myrotvorets added the former US State Secretary Henry Kissinger after Kissinger, 99 at the time, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, suggested that fully antagonizing Russia threatens stability in Europe. Being reasonable is crime according to the Zelensky bots. The site accused Kissinger of spreading “Russian-fascist propaganda” and acting as an “accomplice to the crimes of Russian authorities against Ukraine and its citizens”.
German and Western media are not reporting the murder of a young Russian journalist, but the death of a “Putin propagandist” or the “daughter of a Russian ideologue”. Such language is intended to distract from (and even condone) the fact that a journalist has been murdered. All these pens-for-hire have studiously unboxed their Orwell Starterpacks it seems.
The articles from Bild, Welt, Zeit, Spiegel and even more so the comments of the readers show a deep hatred, play down and justify this cowardly assassination. They even fantasize about Moscow’s false-flag action and opposition forces and “peasants” from the Russian side, so that they don’t have to imagine that the Ukrainian secret service was the orderer and implementer.
Le Figaro, on 21 August 2022, published the news under the headline Russia: Daughter of ultranationalist Alexander Dugin killed in car explosion. Of the 485 comments, most expressed pure hatred of Russia. The elites of France seem to hate the Russians even more than they hate the Germans, distinguishing themselves as quite different from ordinary folks. Most of us work for a living and don’t have energy to waste on hating strangers in another country.
These intrepid haters are not real people, but either bots or paid shills. The World Economic Forum (WEF) announced back in November 2020 that it had recruited hundreds of thousands of “information warriors” to control the internet. Social media and forums should be checked for “misinformation” and conspiracy content. As a result, efforts are being made to ensure systematic censorship such as closures and blocking as well as orchestrated hate campaigns against reason.
According to the World Economic Forum, factual information online is an “infodemic” that is “potentially deadly” and requires a “cure”.
The WEF said it had recruited around 110 000 “volunteers” who would ensure that the opinions of dissenters around the world are discovered, tracked and censored. So-called “conspiracy forums” but also comment areas on important online platforms such as YouTube would be targeted by these “digital first responders”.
Strangely, for months, the problems of Mister Navalny were highlighted by German TV, without ever referencing his nationalist past in Russia. Instead he was praised and described as a kind of messiah. But what does Navalny stand for?
Born near Moscow in 1976, Navalny studied law and began his political career in the traditional liberal Yabloko party, but was expelled. Party founder Grigory Yawlinsky justified the exclusion by citing Navalny’s nationalist views. Navalny then became involved in the “Russian March”, a movement of right-wing nationalist, right-wing extremist and xenophobic forces. Yet, he remains the darling of the West.
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