Russia Behind Campaign to Blame US for Coronavirus Outbreak?
Instead of fostering world peace and cooperative relations with other countries, core US foreign policy is all about smashing nations it doesn’t control or waging war on them by other means.
Both strategies are wrapped in media-supported disinformation, Big Lies and fake news.
Truth-telling would destroy pretexts for hostile US actions against targeted nations, seeking control over them by whatever it takes to achieve its objectives.
Russia has been a prime US target since its 1917 revolution, relations between both countries uneasy at best from that time to now.
Propaganda by US officials and establishment media demonizes the country and its leadership, ongoing for over a century except for brief interregnum periods.
The fake “Red Scare” over a century ago was followed by FBI COINTELPRO persecution, House Un-American Activities Committee and Joe McCarthy political lynchings, the Hollywood blacklist, Big Brother surveillance, police state laws, relentless fear-mongering, and related actions.
Post-9/11 Russophobia launched Cold War 2.0 — far more menacing to world peace than its earlier version.
Russia under Vladimir Putin is falsely accused of malign activities because of the country’s sovereign independence, its opposition to Washington’s imperial agenda, its aim for peace, stability, and multi-world polarity, along with its status as the world’s dominant military power, its super-weapons exceeding the Pentagon’s best, developed at a small fraction of the cost.
US officials and establishment media falsely accused Russia of cyberwar, attacking the US power grid, election meddling, breaching bilateral agreements, destabilizing activities, and other alleged malign actions — no evidence backing them because none exists.
Without it, accusations are baseless. Yet they persist, believed by most Americans because establishment media repeat them relentlessly.
Collectively, they operate as a virtual ministry of propaganda against nations on the US target list for regime change, ones it doesn’t control — China, Russia and Iran toppling the list for vilifying by fake news.
Invented reasons are used because legitimate ones don’t exist.
The latest US fake accusation against Russia comes from the Trump regime’s State Department — headed by right-wing extremist Pompeo.
Over the weekend, acting assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia Stephen Biegun falsely