Reading Between the Lines

NPR : Russia Puts a Wrench in Aid Agencies’ Work

Russia has forced dozens of non-governmental organizations to cease operating in the country, shutting down humanitarian agencies like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. A new Russian law requires NGOs to file with the government and await registration.

Marshall Goldman, associate director of the Davis Center for Russian Research at Harvard University, tells Robert Siegel that the move by the Russian government is a combination of bureaucracy and harassment.

Goldman says President Vladimir Putin is suspicious of foreign NGOs.


This is how you know we have a jewish media–not because of what they tell you, but because of what they do not.  Linder over at GOVNN.COM says one must “. . . fight the reporter” for the story.  It’s an apt description of what one must do to understand what is going on in this story.  When one does understand, one can see that this is simply a conversation amongst “the tribe” about how their access to Russia is being limited. 


Here is David Duke’s interview with an official from Russia’s Duma on the subject of nationalism:

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