By Any Means Necessary – Hosted by Eugene Puryear With Guest Abby Martin

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Listen to “US News Propaganda Silences Dissenters; ‘MOAB’ used in Afghanistan” on Spreaker. “By Any Means Necessary” host Eugene Puryear is joined by Abby Martin, journalist and host of The Empire Files, a weekly investigative news program on teleSUR to talk about the shocking ways in which mainstream media outlets have created a witch hunt against alternative news outlets that … Read More

Wikileaks Vault 7 & the Russian Conspiracy Industry

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Robbie Martin and Abby Martin break down the media hysteria over the Trump wiretapping claim and discuss the implications of Wikileaks’ Vault 7 data dump about CIA targeted hacking and spying. They also talk about the media’s Russophobia campaign and Robbie extensively dissects the actual facts and analysis behind the so-called “Russian hacking” allegations on Media Roots Radio. This podcast … Read More

Mark Ames on Post-Soviet Russia, Made in the U.S.A.

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Anti-Russian hysteria has hit a new peak, with the political establishment and corporate media jointly accusing Russia of interfering in the recent US election. While some politicians have gone so far as to treat the alleged hack as an act of war, this fear-mongering doesn’t engage with the actual history of US-Russia relations. Beyond just influencing elections in Russia, the US––along … Read More

Stephen Cohen: US-Russia Relations in “Most Dangerous Moment”

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While many in power recklessly escalate tensions with Russia, there’s very little discussion of the geopolitical significance of this aggression and the dangerous consequences people could suffer as a result. The establishment’s anti-Russian sentiment goes beyond allegations of election hacking, with leading US intelligence officials labeling Russia as the number-one existential threat to the United States. One of the foremost … Read More

Chris Hedges’ On Contact: What the DNI Report About Russia Really Reveals

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The release of the report, submitted by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, that offered details to support U.S. officials’ claims that Russian interference had tainted the recent American presidential election was treated by many news sources as a major development and further justification for treating the Kremlin, not to mention the incoming Donald Trump administration, with suspicion.Several … Read More