How about a dose of today’s Russian propaganda?

Russia is using propaganda with reports of NATO attack threat toward Moldova. Putin needs everything he can get to remain in the favor of the Russian people and the region in question is populated with Russians and ruled by Russia. Brad Johnson analyzes Russian reporting on the subject. None of it is true.

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. During his 25 years with the CIA, he took on many assignments in hotspot countries and regions in armed conflict. He brings vast knowledge and experience of geo-politics and the intricate web of cultures and histories. During his tenure, he served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and remains a certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

1 thought on “How about a dose of today’s Russian propaganda?

  1. Why be cynical about the legitimate fears Putin has about NATO? NATO is not all innocent here. Putin should be concerned about Western allies at his borders.
    Solution: since Ukraine hasn’t voiced a desire to even join NATO, why not say that in public to Putin? Give him the reassurance he needs that Russia will not be threatened. Why aren’t we doing this?

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