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New York Times explains why US interferences in elections is less sinister than Russi watch

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    A rather droll little piece :rolleyes:


    Monday, February 19, 2018




    The New York Times explains to its readers why US interferences in elections around the world is less sinister than Russian interferences

    American interventions have generally been aimed at helping non-authoritarian candidates challenge dictators or otherwise promoting democracy.” This is too funny. Non-authoritarian candidates? Like the Gemayyels and other fascistic elements in Lebanon, or the royals in Jordan and Morocco, or the various military generals around Latin America, or Hamid Karzai or Iyad Allawi?
 
 
 
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