Annals of Humilating Rusophile Failure at Russia Blog
Here’s an interesting factoid: Nobody has commented on the insidious Russia Blog propaganda project of the even more nefarious Discovery Institute since December 10, 2009.
That’s right: It’s been more than two months since RB has received a comment. And it’s not like they haven’t been posting. Since December 10th, RB has published a dozen posts by seven different authors. And not a single one of them has received a single comment.
Or, that is, no comment RB has seen fit to publish. For all the world knows, of course, many comments exposing the fraudulent nature of RB’s content have been received, and each and every one of them has been censored.
What was that comment back on December 10th, you ask?
It came in response to a post arguing Russia should not apologize for the barbaric slaughter perpetrated by Soviet Communism, and began like this: “The fact is that Communism itself was a western sponsored coup financed by the major western banking firms and Marxist terrorist groups were given sanctuary and support prior to 1905 and 1917 holding international Marxist conferences.”
That’s right: According to RB’s “readers” Communism was an American plot to decapitate the Russian monarchy. Devilishly clever, one must admit.
What else can one expect from a clan of apes who believe that the theory of evolution should not be taught in schools but rather the “theory” of “intelligent design”?
And what can one expect from an institution run by a Russian citizen with close ties to the Russian government (Yuri Mamchur — just put his name into our seach engine in our sidebar if you’re unfamilir with the scandalous lies he churns out in serivice of the Kremlin), and the Russia Today Kremlin-sponsored propaganda project, a venal combo which publishes the senile ravings of a ragtag collection of Russophile losers so intellectually and morally bankrupt that, well, nobody has commented on their work in over two months. The blog you are now reading received more comments last week than Russia blog did in all of 2009. It received more comments yesterday than Russia Blog has so far in 2010. And, unlike RB, we don’t receive a penny of financial support from anyone. If you’d care to check, you’d find this blog also has more Google linking websites than RB even though our address is three times younger than theirs, meaning they’ve had three times longer to collect such links.
We’ve repeatedly exposed Russia Blog’s analysis for the dishonest fraud that it is, and it is now clear that our work has had its effect. RB has been utterly discredited and now circles the toilet bowl waiting for the final whoosh that will carry it into the worldwide web’s septic system for disintegration.