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Rich TVX News Network Wages A Relentless War On Kremlin Propaganda

WARNING: Serbian-Russian Propaganda Website Fakenews.RS

Rich TVX News Network Wages A Relentless War On Kremlin Propaganda

NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — The external power and influence of the Kremlin has been used in propaganda at home and abroad to demonstrate the viability and dynamism of the Putin system and its historical legitimacy. Before Vladimir V. Putin of Russia launched his unprovoked and brutal war of choice against Ukraine, the Rich TVX News Network was brutally attacked by the Serbian-Russian propaganda website www.fakenews.rs, attempting to discredit media reports of the Rich TVX New Network that exposed the Kremlin’s invasion preparations. The Rich TVX News Network was the first media outlet in the world that announced the invasion of Ukraine very precisely long before Feb 24. The restraints on Americans are still pronounced and anyone who transgresses the Kremlin taboos, will be met, not only with attacks, but also with a deaf ear to a subsequent visa request, if not immediate expulsion if they are already in Russia. Of course much of the problem lies in the reporting of what is going on in Ukraine, particularly in the most sensitive areas for the Kremlin right now. The Rich TVX News Network wages a relentless war on Kremlin propaganda by jamming it with powerful broadcasting, and spends as much to jam Kremlin propaganda, while at the same time carrying on the world’s largest international Anti-Kremlin broadcasting programme against the expansion of Communism worldwide. The Serbian-Russian propaganda news website www.fakenews.rs has engaged in continuous and concerted propaganda on behalf of the Kremlin in actions targeted at news channels in the United States of America and the EU and neighbouring countries, gravely distorting and manipulating facts. Fakenews.rs called us “fake journalists” and “promoting Nikola Sandulović as Serbia’s next President.” The Serbian-Russian propaganda website www.fakenews.rs is owned by

Novosadska novinarska škola
Kosovska 1, 6th Floor,
Novi Sad,
Serbia
Phone:+381(0)21/42 41 64
Management:
Stefan Janjić
e-mail: stefan@novinarska-skola.org.rs
Milovan Nikolić
e-mail: milovan@fakenews.rs
&
Jelena Jovović
Nikola Sandulović
Nikola Sandulović

Educating Against Misinformation and Disinformation Act

As Putin´s military forces withdraw from parts of Ukraine and redeploy elsewhere, the shocked world is learning about Kremlin’s atrocities across the Ukraine. Human Rights Watch and other independent sources have documented many instances of summary executions, mass rapes, and looting of civilian property, concluding that Russian military forces were committing war crimes. A broad construction of the prohibition laid down in coming Regulation will be also consistent with its objective, which is in particular to tackle the fact that the Serbian-Russian propaganda news website fakenews.rs has to date gravely distorted and manipulated facts and has repeatedly and consistently targeted American and European news channels and political parties, especially during election periods, and the functioning of democratic institutions in the United States of America, the EU and its Member States. The Serbian-Russian propaganda news website www.fakenews.rs on behalf of the Russian Federation has engaged in continuous and concerted propaganda actions targeted at civil society in the United States of America, the EU and its Member States, gravely distorting and manipulating facts. Being pro-American, Nikola Sandulović, an experienced and influential politician in Serbia and President of the Republican Party in Serbia, is anti-fascist, anti-communist, and human rights defender. The described human qualities of Nikola Sandulović and our reporting about him made us targets of the Kremlin and Serbian-Russian propaganda website www.fakenews.rs. Fact is, the Aleksandar Vučić regime critic Nikola Sandulović has been detained in Serbia, and was nearly killed by a nerve agent by the criminal Vučić regime, which is pro-Russian. Since they could not arrest and poison the Rich TVX News Network staff, as we are outside Serbia, the criminal organization consisting of the mentioned parties: the Kremlin, its proxy Aleksandar Vučić, and the Serbian-Russian propaganda website www.fakenews.rs, tried to destroy the reputation of the Rich TVX News Network by attacking us with baseless accusations, using black propaganda as a weapon against us. Congressman Don Beyer introduced legislation to combat Russian misinformation and educate Americans on how to properly seek out information about Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. For more detailed information, please see Educating Against Misinformation and Disinformation Act. The Educating Against Misinformation and Disinformation Act would establish a commission to fight misinformation.

Don Beyer
Don Beyer

Don Beyer

Donald Sternoff Beyer Jr. (/ˈb.ər/; born June 20, 1950) is an American businessman, diplomat, and politician serving as the U.S. representative for Virginia’s 8th congressional district since 2015. A member of the Democratic Party, his district is in the heart of Northern Virginia and includes AlexandriaFalls Church, and Arlington.

Beyer has owned automobile dealerships in Virginia and has a long record of involvement in community and philanthropic work. From 1990 to 1998 he served as the 36th lieutenant governor of Virginia during the gubernatorial administrations of Doug Wilder (1990–1994) and George Allen (1994–1998). His party’s nominee for governor of Virginia in 1997, he lost to Republican Jim Gilmore, who was then the Attorney General of Virginia. From 2009 to 2013, he served as United States Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein.[1]

In 2014, Beyer announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives seat for Virginia’s 8th congressional district held by the retiring Jim Moran. Beyer won the June Democratic primary with 45% of the vote and defeated Republican Micah Edmond, 63% to 33%, in the general election.[2]

Propaganda in Russia

The propaganda of the Russian Federation is propaganda that promotes views, perceptions or agendas of the government of Russia. The media include state-run outlets and online technologies,[1][2] and may involve using “Soviet-style ‘active measures‘ as an element of modern Russian ‘political warfare‘”.[3] Contemporary Russian propaganda focuses on promoting a cult of personality around Vladimir Putin and the Russian government has also been highly active in debates on Soviet history;[4] Russia has established a number of organizations such as the Presidential Commission of the Russian Federation to Counter Attempts to Falsify History to the Detriment of Russia’s Interests, the Russian web brigades and others that engage in political propaganda to promote the views of the Putin government. Russian bots (also called Russian trolls, Kremlin Bots, or Kremlins) are state-sponsored anonymous Internet political commentators and trolls linked to the Government of Russia.[1][2] Participants report that they are organized into teams and groups of commentators that participate in Russian and international political blogs and Internet forums using sockpuppetssocial bots and large-scale orchestrated trolling and disinformation campaigns to promote pro-Putin and pro-Russian propaganda.[1][3][4][5][6] Articles on the Russian Wikipedia concerning the MH17 crash and the 2014 Ukraine conflict were targeted by Russian internet propaganda outlets.[1][7][8][9] In June 2019 a group of 12 editors introducing coordinated pro-government and anti-opposition bias was blocked on the Russian-language Wikipedia.[10]

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