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Jefferson

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Do tell.

I say that because I haven't got a clue what you're on about. I know nothing of George Soros or what he is up to, so fill us all in, won't you?
HERE is a puff piece on Soros which, I'm sure, is the only kind you will accept as accurate.
 

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Day 1 - "There are no Nazis and no biolabs."

Day 5 - "Maybe there's a few Nazis."

Day 10 - "Okay, yeah, there's a ton of Nazis. But they're good Nazis. And still no biolabs."

Day 15 - "Okay, maybe there are a few harmless biolabs."

Day 20 - ""What's your problem with Nazi biolabs?"
 
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marke

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Russian propaganda on Ukraine's non-existent 'biolabs' boosted by U.S. far right

Russian and Chinese officials have also pushed the theory, associated with QAnon, which has reached mainstream conservative media in the U.S.

Russia’s early struggles to push disinformation and propaganda about Ukraine have picked up momentum in recent days, thanks to a variety of debunked conspiracy theories about biological research labs in Ukraine. Much of the false information is flourishing in Russian social media, far-right online spaces and U.S. conservative media, including Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News.
The theories, which have been boosted by Russian and Chinese officials, come as U.S. officials warn that Russia could be preparing a chemical or biological weapons attack of its own in Ukraine.​
Most of the conspiracy theories claim that the U.S. was developing and plotting to release a bioweapon or potentially another coronavirus from “biolabs”’ throughout Ukraine and that Russia invaded to take over the labs. Many of the theories implicate people who are often the targets of far-right conspiracy thinking — including Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Joe Biden — as being behind creating the weaponized diseases in the biolabs.​
Disinformation experts said the biolabs theory echoes other Russian propaganda meant to justify its military efforts, which often makes allegations against other countries and populations that reflect similar attacks it plans to make.
ience, push out talking points, get the audience primed and make it true later.”​
. . . . Pyrra Technologies, a cybersecurity and threat intelligence company, said the first mention of biolabs came on the far-right social network Gab on Feb. 14, 10 days before the invasion. The user included an awkwardly worded graphic, titled “Exclusive US biolabs in Ukraine, and they are financed at the expense of the US Department of Defense.”​
The biolab conspiracy theory has taken over as the prevailing narrative on pro-Trump and QAnon websites like The Great Awakening and Patriots.Win.
Chang said the rhetoric on pro-Trump sites, which had largely been anti-Putin in the first days of the war, has shifted because of the biolab conspiracy theory.​
“These communities already know what the rhythm and cadence of Covid conspiracies should be like to get people to buy it,” Chang said. “They had a lot of practice with QAnon. The kinds of things that get people excited, like any time you say ‘secret biolab,’ it gets people’s emotions up.”​
By Wednesday, almost two weeks after the invasion, the conspiracy theory had reached Carlson, who led his show claiming that the “Biden administration was funding secret biolabs in Ukraine.”
On Thursday, Russia requested a meeting at the U.N. Security Council about “military biological activities” in the U.S.
The Kremlin has a long history of planting false reports that the U.S. was developing chemical or biological warfare to distract from its own use of such weapons, said Thomas Rid, a professor of strategic studies at Johns Hopkins University and the author of a history of Soviet and U.S. disinformation tactics.​
Right-wing media in the U.S. working hand-in-glove with Russian and Chinese propaganda.

When are you guys gonna figure out you're being played?
The word propaganda means two entirely different things from different sides of the political divide.
 

marke

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Your TDS has rotted your brain bananahead


"It is a classic Russian technique to blame others for crimes they themselves commit." Interesting. It is also a classic democrat and criminal technique to blame others (like cops, whites, Christians, or conservatives) for their own crimes.
 

marke

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Do tell.

I say that because I haven't got a clue what you're on about. I know nothing of George Soros or what he is up to, so fill us all in, won't you?
Soros is like the wizard of oz who runs things without people knowing he is doing it.
 

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""What's your problem with Nazi biolabs?"

Russia has biolabs, and Russia has neo-Nazis:


What's your problem with Russian neo-Nazi biolabs? Oh, that's right, you're cool with it.

Edit: Nazis in the Republican Party too, while we're at it. You cool with that too?
 
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Jefferson

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Russia has biolabs, and Russia has neo-Nazis:


What's your problem with Russian neo-Nazi biolabs? Oh, that's right, you're cool with it.

Edit: Nazis in the Republican Party too, while we're at it. You cool with that too?
The Democrat party is the Nazi party of the United States.
 

Idolater

"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
Day 1 - "There are no Nazis and no biolabs."

Day 5 - "Maybe there's a few Nazis."

Day 10 - "Okay, yeah, there's a ton of Nazis. But they're good Nazis. And still no biolabs."

Day 15 - "Okay, maybe there are a few harmless biolabs."

Day 20 - ""What's your problem with Nazi biolabs?"
I have to say, Jefferson, this made me laugh. I don't know how accurate it is or isn't, but it is funny. lol.
 

Idolater

"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
There are at least two main sources of info commonly despised by Marxists: Gateway Pundit and the Bible.
Really though, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Associated Press, then Reuters, in that order after the top three (which all together gives you the Republican side, the Democratic side, and the 'world' side of the matter). Reuters is more partisan than the AP.
 

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Really though, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Associated Press, then Reuters, in that order after the top three (which all together gives you the Republican side, the Democratic side, and the 'world' side of the matter). Reuters is more partisan than the AP.
I've never seen anything from any of those sources that is not completely biased toward the Democrat party. And I work with them every day.
 

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Donald Trump attempted to distance himself from Vladimir Putin in a new interview with David Drucker of the conservative Washington Times.

“I’m surprised — I’m surprised. I thought he was negotiating when he sent his troops to the border. I thought he was negotiating,” Trump said. “And then he went in — and I think he’s changed. I think he’s changed. It’s a very sad thing for the world. He’s very much changed.”

 

Idolater

"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
I've never seen anything from any of those sources that is not completely biased toward the Democrat party. And I work with them every day.
Editorial page in the WSJ is 100% Republican. Apart from Supreme Court justices the WSJ opinions and editorials are peak Republican ideological theory and thought.
 

Idolater

"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
Donald Trump attempted to distance himself from Vladimir Putin in a new interview with David Drucker of the conservative Washington Times.

“I’m surprised — I’m surprised. I thought he was negotiating when he sent his troops to the border. I thought he was negotiating,” Trump said. “And then he went in — and I think he’s changed. I think he’s changed. It’s a very sad thing for the world. He’s very much changed.”

President Trump never struck me as dishonest. Just secretive. Which I respect. What's that proverb? Oh yeah.

" Sometimes, “ It is the glory of God to conceal a thing” Proverbs 25:2. Sometimes, “ A talebearer revealeth secrets: but he that is of a faithful spirit concealeth the matter.” Proverbs 11:3."

:)
 

ok doser

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Day 1 - "There are no Nazis and no biolabs."

Day 5 - "Maybe there's a few Nazis."

Day 10 - "Okay, yeah, there's a ton of Nazis. But they're good Nazis. And still no biolabs."

Day 15 - "Okay, maybe there are a few harmless biolabs."

Day 20 - ""What's your problem with Nazi biolabs?"
Day all - and Tucker Carlson and Tulsi Gabbard should be sent to Gitmo for treason!
 

marke

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Russia has biolabs, and Russia has neo-Nazis:


What's your problem with Russian neo-Nazi biolabs? Oh, that's right, you're cool with it.

Edit: Nazis in the Republican Party too, while we're at it. You cool with that too?
German Nazis jailed or murdered their enemies without trial and murdered innocent humans in cold blood because they did not like them.

American Nazis shut down businesses and churches by mandates and then did what they can to destroy those who refused to comply. American Nazis also jailed their enemies without cause and murdered innocent Americans they hate.
 

Idolater

"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
German Nazis jailed or murdered their enemies without trial and murdered innocent humans in cold blood because they did not like them.

American Nazis shut down businesses and churches by mandates and then did what they can to destroy those who refused to comply. American Nazis also jailed their enemies without cause and murdered innocent Americans they hate.
American racists after they couldn't have slavery anymore and as soon as the North withdrew federal occupying forces in 1877 made every law imaginable to torture Black Americans and those laws stood until the 1960s Civil Rights movement.

They went so far as to say which seats Blacks could and couldn't sit in on public buses.
 
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