Posts Tagged ‘distrust’

Every single word of JCPOA based on mutual distrust: Iran FM

“We insisted that all nuclear-related sanctions should be removed all at once. The US team had its own limitations and they had to refer to the Congress to lift sanctions. Under such circumstances, we were able to agree on a deal which was the only possible one in case of being ratified,” pointed out Zarif. […]

Some Recent Reasons to Distrust American-Allied ‘News’Media

Some Recent Reasons to Distrust American-Allied ‘News’Media By Eric Zuesse.washingtonsblog.com Eric Zuesse Only enough of the openings of these articles are included here so as to indicate the gist, about the rape of the publics minds, by the newsmedia. To see the articles themselves, click onto the given articles URL, which is shown at its […]

Why Americans Distrust the Press More Than They Distrust Trump

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Treasonous Press Trying to Pull Another Beach Boy with Drowned Baby Picture

Zeiger and Andrew AnglinDaily Stormer May 30, 2016 Sometimes, when you’re having a bad day, you get that feel like you’re just not interested in getting swamped by infinity brown people. But there’s one thing that’ll get you enthusiastic again about these hordes of invaders: You must destroy everything your ancestors worked to build. Why? […]

‘Russia no pariah, but strategic partner to the West’ – British MP to RT

The British MPs arrived in the Russian capital to resume inter-parliamentary contacts that had been stalled for two years, because it is their job “to scrutinize our own government’s handling of the relations with Russia,” Kawczynski said.  “I, for one, believe that our government isn’t doing everything appropriately to try to smooth relations with Moscow. […]

This Animated Data Visualization Of World War II Fatalities Is Shocking

Peace on earth: a statement heard around the world and an ideal that most of seem to want to yet have no idea how to attain. It seems like conflicts and wars are a reality in every part of the world, every single day. From religious battles to political quarrels, we seem to find a way to […]

The British Prime Minister Who Was Loved

There is growing awareness that events relating to World War Two are based on a demonic distortion of real history. There is no end of examples; the Dunkirk retreat, the fiasco when England’s invasion of neutral Norway was prevented by a German defence small enough to fit into a town’s football arena. Chamberlain reaching […]

Iran becomes India’s 5th top oil supplier

The latest market data show that Iran has replaced Kuwait as the fifth largest oil supplier to India. “Iran has toppled Kuwait to become India’s fifth largest crude oil supplier in the first half of 2015-16 fiscal year, selling over 6.5 million tons of oil to the country,” said India’s Economic Times newspaper in a […]

Majority in U.S. Continues to Distrust the Media, Perceive Bias

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The majority of Americans still do not have confidence in the mass media to report the news fully, accurately, and fairly. The 44% of Americans who have a great deal or fair amount of trust and the 55% who have little or no trust remain among the most negative views Gallup has […]

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