Daily Caller is supposed to be the conservative answer to the liberal Daily Beast. But it’s just neocon propaganda, as it turns out.
We were on the right side of the Iraq war (we opposed the US invasion of Iraq), and what do you know, we oppose Western Ukrainian Nazis. We are consistently on the right side of history. Try to call us Nazis now! That rhetorical weapon is expired.
Richard Spencer is a public intellectual of paleoconservatism. He and his wife, Nina Kouprionova, get on Russian Television, and neocohens don’t like this one bit. The Russians are finding us useful in their fight against the people Reagan called “the crazies.” Real Americans don’t want to fight Russia; it’s just “the crazies,” the Jewish neoconservative warmongers hell bent on using Americans to do their “heavy lifting” to fulfill their Alexander the Great fantasies.
The world knows about White nationalists. They see us as a potential force to give the US government a lot of trouble, but not in the way Right Sector and Svoboda did. We are a force of Right, of what is true and just. Stormfront is up to 287,411 users, and that’s only a fraction of the WN’s in the country. No doubt the KGB and GRU have contingent plans to use us and other rebel populations in the event of a war.
Russian State Propaganda Uses American Fascist To Blame Ukrainian Fascists For Violence [VIDEO]
Ever since an uprising in Ukraine’s capital deposed corrupt Russian-backed President Viktor Yanukovych — and especially through the unrest and annexations that followed — Vladmir Putin’s state-run media has consistently labelled their Western-backed opponents Neo-Nazi fascists seeking to bring back the scourge of racial divisions to eastern Europe.
Which is what makes their reliance on the wife of a well-known American fascist and white nationalist to push anti-Kiev talking points rather perplexing.
On Monday night, Russian scholar Nina Kouprianova — who also goes by Nina Byzantina — appeared on the Putin’s English-language propaganda outlet “Russia Today” to discuss what the Kremlin calls a Ukrainian fascist massacre of over 40 allegedly pro-Russian supporters in the southern city of Odessa.
Kouprianova suggested the pro-European government in Kiev was “concealing the identities of the people” who participated in the killings — which RT consistently describes as members of “Right Sektor,” a supposedly Ukrainian fascist-nationalist group.
The segment fits into a broader anti-Kiev narrative being pushed across Russian media, meant to complement phony reports on buildings being constructed by the Ukrainian government “reminiscent of Nazi concentration camps.” In reality, construction of the buildings began under the pro-Russian government in 2012 to serve as temporary housing for illegal immigrants under E.U. regulations.
But regardless of whether “Right Sektor’s” involvement in the Odessa killings and the broader fight against Russian separatists can be proven, RT’s reliance on an American white nationalist to condemn the group speaks to the media organization’s lack of credibility.
Kouprianova is married to Richard Spencer, a former journalist who now heads the National Policy Institute, an explicitly white nationalist organization which seeks the forced Europeanization of North America.