قائمة غير كاملة بالأشياء الشريرة التي اتُهمت روسيا بها من قبل أرقى عقول الإعلام الغربي - الحياة السياسية
Everything from sowing discord with sex toys to weaponizing humor, sexual assault allegations, and "black America’s experiences"
Forcing Donald Trump to hire Rex Tillerson (لورنس قبيلة, Harvard Law professor).
Forcing Donald Trump to fire Rex Tillerson (لورنس قبيلة, Harvard Law professor, eight days later).
Forcing Donald Trump to give concessions to North Korea (راشيل مادو, MSNBC anchor).
Meddling in the 2018 Italian parliamentary election (جورج سوروس, billionaire; Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former president of Denmark, former secretary general of NATO; و Michael Chertoff, former U.S. secretary of homeland security).
No, really, hacking the 2017 French presidential election (جيمي راسكين, U.S. congressman, بعد الحكومة الفرنسية رفض Russian involvement, stating the hack was “so simple it could have practically been anyone”).
Brexit (نيويورك تايمز, numerous other outlets).
Helping rise of far-right AfD party in the 2017 German election (الوقت: ).
Causing the 2019 U.S. government shutdown (هآرتس).
Making the New York Times editorial board criticize Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko (بيترو بوروشينكو, president of Ukraine).
Weaponizing sexual assault accusations in order to attack Kremlin critics (جورج تاكي, Kremlin critic accused of sexual assault).
Weaponizing information (تيريزا ماي, UK prime minister).
Weaponizing misinformation (الإذاعة الوطنية العامة).
Weaponizing “black America’s experiences” (لائحة).
Using the popular cartoon Masha and the Bear as “soft propaganda” to indoctrinate British children (تايمز أوف لندن).
“Promoting sex toys on Instagram to sow discord in the US” (كوارتز).
Influencing the Standing Rock movement (Buzzfeed).
Making “‘useful idiots’ of unwitting environmental groups and activists” (U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology).
Targeting the U.S. embassy in Cuba with “some kind of microwave weapon, that is so sophisticated, that the Americans don’t even fully understand it” (كين ديلانيان, MSNBC reporter) [The microwave weapon turned out to be crickets. As in actual insects].
“Infiltrating” America’s Christian conservative homeschooling movement (Casey Michel, Think Progress).
Inflaming “race wars” across America with Facebook ads (جوليا Ioffe, The Atlantic).
Assassinating self-exiled Russian journalist Sergei Babchenko (الحكومة الأوكرانية) [Babchenko turned up alive the following day and revealed that he had faked his death in cooperation with Ukraine’s security services].
Whatever the hell Jonathan Chait was trying to explain with a Glenn Becksian diagram – “a plausible theory of mind-boggling collusion” (جوناثان شيت, New York Magazine).
Arming the Taliban (جون نيكلسون, commander of US forces in Afghanistan; Nick Patton Walsh, CNN) [Nicholson’s claim was فضحت by a two star US general speaking under oath. The report by Patton Walsh was thoroughly demolished by المهمة والغرض].
Employing U.S. senator Rand Paul (جون ماكين, U.S. senator).
Interfering in the Catalan referendum (US Congressional Democrats).
Planning to interfere in Israel’s 2019 elections (Israeli Shin Bet General Security Service).
Recruiting Princeton/NYU professor emeritus Stephen F. Cohen to influence U.S. policy (بيل برودر, CEO Hermitage Capital) [Browder’s tweet was deleted after people pointed out that casually calling for Americans to be investigated by the FBI is not a good idea].
Funding The Intercept (هوارد دين, former Vermont governor and DNC head).
Spreading disinformation about Ukrainian neo-Nazis carrying out Roma pogroms (هوارد دين, former Vermont governor and DNC head).
Inflaming the NFL kneeling controversy “to make a big issue seem like an even bigger issue” (جيمس لانكفورد, U.S. senator).
Inflaming ICE detaining immigrant children in cages controversy – “using the current family separation & immigration debate to sow discord among Americans” (جيمس لانكفورد, U.S. senator).
Orchestrating the mailing of pipe bombs to Democratic lawmakers and liberal figures (تشاك تود, MSNBC anchor).
Tricking Guardian journalist Luke Harding into writing a questionable, thinly-sourced story in order to make it look like Harding is an untrustworthy journalist ( "Alex Finley”, ex-CIA officer writing under fake name).
Using “Soviet-era tricks to evoke racist white fears” (Terrell Starr, Washington Post).
Harvesting “American rage to reshape U.S. politics” (نيويورك تايمز).
Dividing America (نيويورك تايمز).
Using “vaccine debate to sow discord” (نيويورك تايمز).
Sowing discord in the 2018 electionق (دان معاطف, director of national intelligence).
Targeting African-Americans to suppress 2016 election turnout (نيويورك تايمز).
Amplifying “existing divisions in American society” (الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية اليوم).
Hacking “the mindset of the American people” (Malcolm Nance, MSNBC contributor and grown man).
Tricking Americans into thinking Jesus hates Hillary Clinton (نيويورك تايمز).
Tricking Americans into voting for Bernie Sanders, via Facebook ads featuring drawing of buff Bernie Sanders (نيويورك تايمز).
Turning Jill Stein into a Russian agent (Zac Petkanas, Democratic strategist, former Hillary Clinton campaign director of rapid response).
Is Putin using his influence to support/oppose [insert whatever you want here]? You’re probably right! For more information, please contact the appropriate Putin disinformation warriors:
- Anything that can be sprinkled with meaningless terms like “active measures,” “useful idiot,” and “kompromat” and repackaged as expert analysis – Atlantic Council’s Disinfo Portal.
- Things even the Atlantic Council won’t touch – لويز مينش.
- نظرية اللعبة - Eric Garland.
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