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Flash Back Time on Windows to Russia… (August of 2008)

One of the biggest moments in the realization that the Western Press is equivalent to a bottle of cheap perfume, was during August of 2008. In August of 2008 we saw the Georgian military try to crush the breakaway republic of South Ossetia in an attempt to gain re-control of the little republic. If you remember they killed on purpose a number of Russian peacekeepers as they started the attack. Then proceeded to shell and rocket South Ossetia’s capital unmercifully…

The conflict was an eye opening experience for people in the world that were not brain dead. The Western media outlets, who allowed anti-Russian bias to mold their reporting of the war. Fabricated videos, pictures and much falsification of information to support Georgia in her attack. In fact, for most people in the West, the concoction of false stories led to the true beliefs that the hostilities had been kicked off by Russia attacking Georgia. In fact to this day, many in the West never learned the truth that Georgia brutally attacked South Ossetia with a full scale military assault…

Russia shocked the West and retaliated upon Georgia’s actions and in my whole life I have never seen or heard so much lying and whining about Russia in my life. The Western world literally came unglued and wet their pants at what happened in Georgia. But what really happened was opposite of what was report by the Western press and Western governments…

I learned right then during the month of August in 2008 that you could not trust a thing that is written by the main Western media…

I was raised that journalism was about truth and no matter who it hurt you told the truth. That is what we were lead to believe as we grew up. Journalism was an important part of society and a free society at that…

Something has happened to mainstream journalism. It is like an imitation cheap perfume…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

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