[UPDATED] Why is BNI on list of websites that allegedly echo “Russian propaganda?”

proponot_logo_200x200This list is from Propornot, a website that claims to have been formed as an effort to prevent propaganda from distorting U.S. political and policy discussions. Their immediate aim  is to empower the American voter and decrease the ability of Russia to influence the ensuing American election. (In other words, their goal was to get Hillary Clinton elected)

BNI is mentioned in this ARTICLE entitled “Washington Post Disgracefully Promotes McCarthyite Blacklist from a New, Hidden, and Very Shady Group”  linked from the Drudge Report as follows:

Also included are popular libertarian hubs such as Zero Hedge, Antiwar.com and the Ron Paul Institute, along with the hugely influential right-wing website the Drudge Report and the publishing site WikiLeaks. Far-right, virulently anti-Muslim blogs such as Bare Naked Islam are likewise dubbed Kremlin mouthpieces. Basically, everyone who isn’t comfortably within the centrist Hillary-Clinton/Jeb-Bush spectrum is guilty.


Propornot (h/t Laura G) We have used a combination of manual and automated analysis, including analysis of content, timing, technical indicators, and other reporting, in order to initially identify (“red-flag”) the following as Russian propaganda outlets. We then confirmed our initial assessment by applying whatever criteria we did not originally employ during the red-flag process, and we reevaluate our findings as needed. 

Please note that our criteria are behavioral. That means the characteristics of the propaganda outlets we identify are motivation-agnostic. For purposes of this definition it does not matter whether the sites listed here are being knowingly directed and paid by Russian intelligence officers, or whether they even knew they were echoing Russian propaganda at any particular point: If they meet these criteria, they are at the very least acting as bona-fide “useful idiots” of the Russian intelligence services, and are worthy of further scrutiny.

We assess that this overall Russian effort is at least semi-centralized, with multiple Russian projects and influence operations working in parallel to manage the direct and outsourced production of propaganda across a wide range of outlets. It is data-driven, and rewards effective entrepreneurship and innovation with increased funding and other resources. There are varying degrees of involvement in it, and awareness of involvement. Some people involved seem genuinely unaware that they are being used by Russia to produce propaganda, but many others seem to know full well.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Emergency Message Sent To Donald Trump – Shadowy Website With Ties To NATO Attempts ‘Stalinesque Purge’ Of 1st Amendment – How Far Will They Take It?


AllNewsPipeline  According to PropOrNot, the noxious and some say ‘Stalinesque’ new website recently cited by the Washington Post in a viral article hich outed alleged ‘Russian propaganda-spewing’ websites across the internet, there’s a very easy way that Americans can determine ‘real’ news from ‘Russian propaganda’. While we’re happy to report that alongside the Drudge Report, the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, Infowars, and many others, ANP also wears the PropOrNot ‘badge of honor’, we also see something very dark and sinister unfolding that’s seemingly trying to lead the world to the edge of war and possible nuclear annihilation. 

If it was not bad enough that the msm recently destroyed any remaining credibility it had during the election season as proven by their viewer numbers bleeding, we now see the Washington Post via ‘PropOrNot’ attempt to label almost every independent news outlet across America as ‘Russian propaganda’. As we learn below, we shouldn’t be surprised as ‘PropOrNot’ has ties to NATO and globalist warmongers across the planet.

Calling on Americans to trust the very same media outlets that have betrayed us by endlessly lying to us over many, many years, we see an attempted free-speech purge unfolding and an attempted ‘Stalinesque-purge’ upon nearly every media outlet we’ve come to know and trust over many years (as well as some we don’t know nor trust). The full list of websites deemed ‘Russian propaganda’ below videos. 

With Max Blumenthal over at The Smirking Chimp recently proving to us that the PropOrNot website has shadowy ties to groups funded by NATO and the US government, we see what appears to be a very real propaganda effort from a dying regime being exposed before our very eyes