Top Russian Anchor Shows How Western MSM Get Fed Fake News by CIA
On Tuesday the Swiss mountain village of Davos saw the traditional 48th World Economic Forum open which is visited from time to time by world leaders. Last year, it was attended by the head of China Xi Jinping. This time, Davos hosted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing the world's fastest growing economy among large countries. At the last moment it transpired that the US President Donald Trump would arrive in Davos.
This time Russia was represented by a delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. As usual, Davos discusses not only the economy, but also the actual context in which the world business lives. The so-called fake news have become an important part of the current context. In other words, it's false information that forces one to make necessary political decisions up to unleashing a war or adopting economic sanctions.
It is clear therefore why Davos saw an open discussion on fake news. Russia was represented by RT deputy editor-in-chief Anna Belkina, the USA was represented by the senior editor of the New York Times Joseph Kahn, Pakistan was represented by Bilawal Zardari, head of the Pakistan Peoples' Party.
Interestingly, at some point everyone recognized their defenselessness before the fake news made by the US special services. They launch it, using the press from behind the scenes, forcing it to spread lies. It was the case when the US intelligence allegedly found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Not knowing the truth, the press seized a scoop, convinced everyone, shaped the public opinion. Then the USA and Britain destroyed Iraq and gave birth to IGIL. A lot of people died. Later the reason for the war turned out fake. The simply pulled a fast one on the press.
Bilawal Zardari: «I respect the honesty and independence of the BBC and the New York Times but the thing is that they pushed through the US intelligence reports that were an absolute fiction».
Here the editor of the New York Times readily appeared as a victim.
Joseph Kahn: «That's the point, they turned out to be a fiction. When they were discussed, no one knew that they were a fiction. Had we known it was a fiction, we'd not have featured it. BBC, NYT and other media checked the information on this issue, but no one knew that this was a fiction».
What a nice confession. But exactly the same thing is happening now. The US intelligence, as well as the State Department, feed the press — the very New York Times and the BBC-with fakes, using them from behind the scenes to wage wars, impose trade barriers or justify unscrupulous competition. There are countless examples of fakes. Bashar Assad uses chemical weapons. Russia interferes in American democracy. A bloody coup in Kiev is a normal democratic process. Donbas is occupied by the Russian army. New US sanctions are to make Russia fulfill the Minsk agreements. And Russia is not a party to the Minsk agreements. Kiev legislatively refused the Minsk agreements. But for some reason, the US is fighting for them with Russia.
Speaking in Poland on Saturday, Secretary of State Tillerson opposed the Nord Stream 2: «Russia can use an energy tool as a political leverage.»
A crocked fake. But using it as a cover, the US is using the political tool as an energy one. It's a fact. It does it to promote its liquefied gas in Europe. That is, a fake political statement is used as an instrument of unscrupulous competition. And the New York Times and the BBC are happy to do it. Then they will describe themselves as victims, like, they were ignorant. I think Anna Belkina made the best conclusion of the Davos discussion. She's the RT deputy editor-in-chief:
«I think that the solution is the diversity of points of view and stories reflected in honest, reliable reports. This is what RT seeks. The search for news and problems beyond specified limits, for example, in the United States, outside the party division, is a means to provide the public with as wide a range of reliable news as possible».