US Senate Candidate Diane Sare Responds to Ukrainian Blacklisting; Questions Schumer’s Intention

US Senate Candidate Diane Sare Responds to Ukrainian Blacklisting; Questions Schumer’s Intention

H/T: Diane Sare talks about being on the Russian Propagandist Blacklist via Issues that Matter with Cynthia

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Ukraine Blacklist

Source. (Google Translation)

CRDF Global is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes safety, security, and sustainability through science and innovation. CRDF Global was authorized by the U.S. Congress in 1992 under the FREEDOM Support Act and established in 1995 by the National Science Foundation. This unique public-private partnership promotes international scientific and technical collaboration through grants, technical resources, and training.

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Ukraine’s National Cybersecurity Cluster is supported by the U.S. Department of State! CRDF Global is funded by the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Defense, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency!

Reporters Without Borders launches campaign to censor Russian media

Reporters Without Borders launches campaign to censor Russian media

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Steve Sweeney Exposes RSF’s Call For Censorship of Russian Media As Ukraine Bombs Donbass Civilians via Eva K Bartlett

France’s Eutelsat must stop collaborating with Russia’s war propaganda machine

Reporters Without Borders to Russia: Stop crackdown on media (*Meduza)

The UK FCO projects were carried out covertly, and in partnership with purportedly independent, high-profile online media outfits including Bellingcat, *Meduza, and the Pussy Riot-founded Mediazona. Bellingcat’s participation apparently included a UK FCO intervention in North Macedonia’s 2019 elections on behalf of the pro-NATO candidate.

Reuters, BBC, and Bellingcat participated in covert UK Foreign Office-funded programs to “weaken Russia,” leaked docs reveal

Reporters Without Borders:

Sponsored by Luminate, National Endowment for Democracy, The Ford Foundation

Bulgarian prime minister Kiril Petkov resigns after losing no-confidence motion

The Petkov-led coalition government was formed last year after two inconclusive snap elections following the ouster of Boyko Borisov’s conservative regime

Bulgarian prime minister Kiril Petkov resigns after losing no-confidence motion

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Bulgaria’s no-confidence vote could hamper EU expansion

Petkov, a Harvard-educated businessman, formed a four-party coalition government in December. He has pushed for a resolution to a bilateral ethno-cultural dispute that has blocked North Macedonia and Albania’s bids to join the EU. Bulgaria is a member of the EU and NATO.

I suppose the Balkans would have Western puppets as leaders. *sigh*

Jim Bovard: The Justice Department Pressured USA Today to Stop Publishing Me

by Jim Bovard | Jun 28, 2022

In 2015, Justice Department press chief Brian Fallon bitterly complained to USA Today editors about my articles walloping Attorney General Eric Holder, including”Eric Holder’s Lawless Legacy,” [Feb. 3, 2015] and “Eric Holder’s Police Shooting Record? Dismal,” [Aug. 20, 2014]. Fallon (who later became presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s press secretary) protested to USA Today commentary editor David Mastio and another USA Today editor, Brian Gallagher, about my “consistently nasty words about Mr. Holder” and said that Bovard “has never had a kind thing to say about Holder.” (Actually, I praised Holder’s curtailing prosecutions of minor drug possession in a 2013 USA Today column that recounted my experiences working with a convict road gang.)

The Justice Department Pressured USA Today to Stop Publishing Me