Apparently, the days of Walter Duranty are far from over, as the New York Times decided yesterday to publish a piece written by two of the most toxic and downright obvious Kremlin suck-ups I have seen in a while.
Let’s start with Nicholas Fandos, who has written for Alexander Lebedev’s obnoxiously Kremlin agitprop-ridden rag, The Independent:
Oh, but it gets better. Fandos has also written asinine, geopolitically illiterate and Kremlin agitprop tainted rubbish for Geopolitica.ru:
But, as if that wasn’t enough…Fandos is also to be found on the “think” tank website of none other than Alexander Dugin, the possibly clinically insane and rambling founder of “National Bolshevism”.
Note that Katehon is also the home of the certifiably insane Paul Joseph Watson:
And, regarding Dugin’s National Bolshevism, there’s something really familiar about National Bolshevism’s flag, if I could just place it…
Since I think I’ve proven my point about Fandos, I’ll merely leave you with a link to Matthew Rosenberg’s Wikipedia page, which you’ll note details his career highpoints which includes peddling the usual boring Kremlin “Whataboutism”….
Pathetic. The New York Times has sunk to new lows.