Articles by Danielle Ryan
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Soros and Koch Funding New ‘Anti-War’ Think Tank— and We Should Probably Be a Little Bit Suspicious
Danielle Ryan – RT, 15 Jul 2019
4 Jul 2019 – There’s a new “anti-war” think tank coming to town. It will promote a new US foreign policy — one based on diplomacy instead of sanctions and war. Sounds great, until you hear it’s being funded by Soros and Koch.→ read full article
Revolution in Ukraine? Yes, please! Revolution in France? Rule of law!
Danielle Ryan - RT, 10 Dec 2018
3 Dec 2018 – When violent protests shook Kiev in 2013, Western analysts and leaders quickly threw their support behind the anti-government ‘revolution’ — but after weeks of Yellow Vest protests in France, the reaction has been very different.→ read full article
Amnesty Strips Aung San Suu Kyi of Its Highest Honor; Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize Should Be Next
Danielle Ryan – RT, 19 Nov 2018
16 Nov 2018 – Amnesty International announced it would strip Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi of its top award, saying it was “profoundly dismayed” at her failure to acknowledge the full scale of atrocities against the Rohingya people.→ read full article
Zuckerberg Admits Social Media Is a Weapon, Says Facebook in ‘Arms Race’ against ‘Bad Actors’
Danielle Ryan - RT, 10 Sep 2018
6 Sep 2018 – If you had any lingering doubt that Facebook has become little more than a vehicle for US government censorship and Western propaganda, a recent Washington Post op-ed by Mark Zuckerberg should remove any ambiguity.→ read full article
Happy Birthday, NATO: It’s Time to Retire!
Danielle Ryan – Russia Today, 4 Apr 2016
4 Apr 2016 – Birthdays are always a good time to take stock of one’s achievements, make some resolutions and contemplate the road ahead. So, with NATO turning sixty-seven today, perhaps it’s time for the military alliance to engage in some honest self-reflection.→ read full article
BRICS Not Content to Leave West with Mass Media Monopoly
Danielle Ryan – Russia Today, 28 Dec 2015
Deeper cooperation in the media sphere between the BRICS nations is likely to produce a far bigger headache for the West.→ read full article