Fake News targets Vietnam veterans

| April 13, 2018 | 19 Comments

The Atlantic writes today about Fake News sites that targets Vietnam veterans. One of those websites is Veterans Today ran by our old friend, Gordon Duff. A few years ago he got his funding from PressTV, the Iranian mullahs’ news organization. Now the Atlantic claims he’s in the pocket of the Russians;

The U.S. military community is not a new or unusual target for foreign influence operations. A study published in October by the University of Oxford found that three websites linked to Russia—Veteranstoday.com, Veteransnewsnow.com and Southfront.org—engaged in “significant and persistent interactions” with veterans during the election, concluding in part that veterans are targeted because they tend to be “community leaders” trusted by the public. Russian operatives went as far as to use advertising tools to target users by demographics and geography throughout 2016, prompting House and Senate investigators to question Facebook, Google, and Twitter executives about how foreign actors were exploiting their platforms to conduct influence operations.

These days, Gordo is focused on pinning the chemical attacks in Syria on Trump and John Bolton. When he’s not blaming aliens for stuff, it’s the Republicans, who apparently, have their own Air Force that they can use against everyone – because everything is a false-flag attack. It’s his favorite line;

Unfortunately Western corporate media, with financial resources far beyond VT, has played Mickey the Dunce on this whole story, the case usually being that the respective country intelligence agencies have warned them to stay away from it all, or suffer the consequences.

VT has also followed closely the long series of false flag chemical weapons attacks, both sarin and military-grade chlorine because we knew the Syrians would never be so stupid as to hand their heads to the US Coalition in a silver platter by doing something with no chance of any gain, but exactly the opposite.

We were also concerned that the longer “they” got away with doing this, the more innocent people would be murdered by the alleged protectors of freedom and democracy in the world, but who we know to be currently among the worst enemies of mankind.

Unfortunately, despite our best labors, the citizens of these countries have done almost nothing to hold those accountable in their own countries.

So, now Gordon Duff is carrying Russia’s water under the guise of being news for veterans. It’s a jungle out there.

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  1. Yef says:

    *Does chicken dance*

  2. ChipNASA says:

    LOL. NOT.

    *flap those arms YEF!!*

  3. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    I’d like to state I’m shocked by this revelation but I’d be lying if I said that.

    90% of the internet is full of shit these days.

  4. Perry Gaskill says:

    So The Atlantic is now bickering with Gordon Duff? Interesting. It’s sort of like the insufferably pompous in a 10-round cage match with Zippy the Pinhead…

  5. 26Limabeans says:

    All Duff, no stuff

  6. My, My, My says:

    Shocked face.

  7. timactual says:

    ” military-grade chlorine”

    Huh? any fool knows we only use Tactical Kinetic Military-Grade Combat Chlorine

    ” because we knew the Syrians would never be so stupid as to hand their heads to the US Coalition in a silver platter by doing something with no chance of any gain, but exactly the opposite.”

    Because Syrian politicians are smarter than American politicians? Possibly, but that is still a pretty low bar.

  8. FatCircles0311 says:

    I’m on a gun forum in which veterans today is sometimes used as a source of information. The people that post it are fucking moonbat nuts.

  9. UpNorth says:

    Wait, isn’t Gordo the space alien?

  10. jonp says:

    What does Vermont (VT) have to do with false flags? Does it’s Air Force run on Maple Syrup?

  11. Frankie Cee says:

    Gordon “The Duffoon” is still stealing oxygen? I hadn’t heard any of his loony tune theory stuff for awhile and thought that he had left the planet. Well, he left the planet long ago, but I meant, left it for the afterlife.

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