Atlantic Council & MSM Smear RM Guest Posobiec for Reporting #MacronLeaks

Back on April 29, Rogue Money published an interview with TheRebel.media’s Washington D.C. correspondent Jack Posobiec. The topic was antifas thuggery, which had resulted in Mr. Posobiec recently being assaulted while filming on the street and his assailant being arrested.
Little did we know then that days later the legacy media, with a helpful nudge from the (foreign government-funded) (G)NGO the Atlantic Council and a small army of #TrumpRussia Twitter trolls, would soon be attacking a RM guest as an alleged Russian propaganda asset…because Odnoklassniki profile. Drunk on their own Russians! koolaid, the globalist shills are determined to conflate reading 4Chan/pol and reporting on the contents of the allegedly hacked files of French presidential candidate Emanuel Macron with taking orders from the Kremlin.

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Russia Releases Its Astana Proposal for Syrian Ceasefire

With further Astana, Kazakhstan talks scheduled for May 3-4, Russia released a four-point proposal on how the ceasefire should proceed. It includes safety lines, checkpoints, and monitoring centers. The paper below has been distributed to opposition members, and is reported in Sputnik today:

“Russia proposes creating four zones of reduction of tensions in Syria: in Idlib province, north of the city of Homs; in Eastern Ghouta; and in the South of Syria,” the paper states. The warring parties would not be able to use any weapons in these zones, Sputnik reports.

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No Illusions: The Latest Trump Putin Call

On Tuesday President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin at 12:30 p.m. Eastern/7:30 p.m. Moscow time. Notwithstanding the initial optimism greeting Trump’s election in the Russian Federation, following the difficult meeting after the American strike on Syria’s al-Shayrat air base between Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov joined by Putin in mid-April, neither side can enter negotiations with illusions as to any dramatic breakthroughs being possible.

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President Trump’s Inner Circle looking more like a group of ‘Hollow Men’

One of the biggest problems with filling a Presidential cabinet with older politicians and generals is that they are extremely limited in being able to see and adapt to a changing world. And while the eventual rise of Vladimir Putin in Russia helped that country to progress and thrive because they cast off the trappings of the former Soviet Union for productivity and international cooperation, the U.S. has remained trapped in a ‘Cold War’ mentality which has been run for the past 30 years by a group of what we might term, ‘Hollow Men’.

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