Kevin Barrett interviews Peter Myers on fake news, George Soros, and the New World Order

Truth Jihad Radio asks did newly-elected Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz eject George Soros's foundations from the country?

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Peter Myers interviewed by Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

Did newly-elected Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz eject George Soros’s foundations from the country? And is Kurz a 9/11 truther who was “red pilled” by watching Loose Change? Those claims were made last month in a story headlined “Youngest World Leader Bans George Soros’s Foundations From Austria” published by a dubious site called yournewswire.com. But the claims are false. It’s fake news.

Does that mean we should trust PolitiFact, the site that debunked the story? Not really. PolitiFact recently “debunked” an obviously satirical story on Bowie Bergdahl wandering out of his court martial. https://www.rt.com/usa/410301-politif… .

In a media world full of fake news peddling knaves like YourNewsWire and “debunker” fools like PolitiFact, how can we tell what’s real from what’s fake?

  1. Rule number one: Read carefully (don’t just skim) with your Common Sense Circuit on and your BS Detector operating.
  2. Rule number two: If it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t.
  3. Rule number three: Avoid disinfo-peddling sites like YourNewsWire, and be wary of sites that target an audience of unsophisticated rubes, like Fox and Breitbart.
  4. Rule number four: Find good sources, such as alternative journalists who are well-versed in their material, don’t talk down to their audience, and know how to do research…people like today’s guest, Peter Myers.

Peter’s website, Mailstar.net, is a terrific resource for reality-based New World Order skeptics.

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  1. George Soros fingerprint: Kevin Barrett interviews Peter Myers on fake news, George Soros, and the New World Order / TASS 1 December https://tinyurl.com/y97a5l3g

    The president reaffirmed willingness to develop economic ties with Palestine in the future and actively participate in resolving its pressing social issues. He highlighted the significance of the activities of the Russian-Palestinian commission on trade and economic cooperation. In conclusion, Putin wished the Palestinian leader good health and success and “peace and prosperity on their native soil” to the Palestinian people.

    MOSCOW, November 29
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a message of congratulations to his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, the Kremlin reported on its website on Wednesday.
    “Russia, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council and the Middle East Quartet of international mediators, takes a principled stand in support of the realization of the Palestinians’ legitimate right to self-determination. We are in favor of a comprehensive and fair settlement in the Middle East on a solid international legal basis, including the relevant UN Security Council resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative. It should result in the end of the Israeli occupation of the Arab lands that began in 1967 and the creation of an independent Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem,” the Russian head of state noted in his message of greetings.

    “Amid the persisting tensions in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and in view of the growing terrorist threat in the region, your continued commitment to the political and diplomatic solution to the Palestinian problem and your policy aimed at overcoming the intra-Palestinian discord acquires special significance. For our part, we will continue to assist efforts to restore the Palestinian national unity,” Putin stressed.
    The president reaffirmed willingness to develop economic ties with Palestine in the future and actively participate in resolving its pressing social issues. He highlighted the significance of the activities of the Russian-Palestinian commission on trade and economic cooperation. In conclusion, Putin wished the Palestinian leader good health and success and “peace and prosperity on their native soil” to the Palestinian people.
    The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People was established by UN General Assembly Resolution 32/40 of December 2, 1977. The date was chosen because on November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly passed one of the key documents concerning the Palestinian-Israeli settlement, namely, Resolution 181 on the partition of Palestine. It envisaged the establishment of two independent states – Arab and Jewish – on Palestinian territory and a special international regime for Jerusalem. The Day of Solidarity is designed to pool the world community’s efforts aimed at ensuring the Palestinian people’s right to gain state independence and securing the return of refugees to their homes, which they had to flee during the conflict.

    “Amid the persisting tensions in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and in view of the growing terrorist threat in the region, your continued commitment to the political and diplomatic solution to the Palestinian problem and your policy aimed at overcoming the intra-Palestinian discord acquires special significance. For our part, we will continue to assist efforts to restore the Palestinian national unity,” Putin stressed.
    The president reaffirmed willingness to develop economic ties with Palestine in the future and actively participate in resolving its pressing social issues. He highlighted the significance of the activities of the Russian-Palestinian commission on trade and economic cooperation. In conclusion, Putin wished the Palestinian leader good health and success and “peace and prosperity on their native soil” to the Palestinian people.
    The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People was established by UN General Assembly Resolution 32/40 of December 2, 1977. The date was chosen because on November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly passed one of the key documents concerning the Palestinian-Israeli settlement, namely, Resolution 181 on the partition of Palestine. It envisaged the establishment of two independent states – Arab and Jewish – on Palestinian territory and a special international regime for Jerusalem. The Day of Solidarity is designed to pool the world community’s efforts aimed at ensuring the Palestinian people’s right to gain state independence and securing the return of refugees to their homes, which they had to flee during the conflict.

    Putin Calls On Israel To End Occupation Of Arab Lands
    Putin reaffirmed his willingness to develop economic ties with Palestine
    November 30, 2017 Carol Adl News, World
    https://tinyurl.com/y8srmzdj

    Progress report on the US-Russian war December 01, 2017 https://tinyurl.com/ycezmsbu

    Source and alternative archive: http://www.unz.com/tsaker/progress-report-on-the-us-russian-war/ or https://tinyurl.com/yckhxnuy

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