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Malcolm Nance, is not an idealist like the end of the article suggest, Malcolm Nance is a grifter, someone that consistently lied and exaggerated his own track record to reach places he does not belong to.
That includes Ukraine.
And no, not even 80K "donations" should allow Malcolm Nance to pontificate on Ukraine as if he has any of the expertise he claims to have.
But I guess the American public will have its appetite with a good storyteller, without even realizing Ukrainian People are telling their own story, and they just need to be actually listened, to have real stories about the War in Ukraine told by the very first people concerned : the Ukrainian People.
The US media is not making any effort, not even a little, to cover the war against Ukraine properly, even tho, I'm not sure ANY war in the past have had this amount of extensive open investigation done in real time like it's happening on Twitter and Twitter Spaces, one thing is clear, Legacy media is absolutely inept.
If Ukraine is still in the News Cycle it's because people, citizens are maintaining the pressure and lobbying their governments to help Ukraine, if it wasn't for that, the US would have forgotten Ukraine in the first week of the war.
Spartz is dredging up old dirt on Zelenskyy and his advisers at a time when Ukraine’s future as an independent nation may depend on allying with him, her detractors say. https://
TLDR; Ukraine could be in the News Cycle, if it's not, it's by design, not by lack of information.
Ukraine should rightly be, every day, showcased on every big US/EU/western media, TV, Radio, Podcasts etc..because the US not doing a decent coverage of Ukraine is influencing the entire media landscape.
There is everything at hand to do a daily brief on Ukraine, with information provided by Ukrainians and by other institutions that are producing the raw material to make good coverage of the war against Ukraine.
There are no excuses.
There is no language barrier, there is no lack of access to information, there is plenty of access to war videos, intelligence briefs, everything is ready and in place for US, EU and Worldwide Newsrooms to do a decent job at covering the war.
Spice it up with Ukrainians Voices and you have a "show" that will maintain and keep Ukraine in the News Cycle.
Not doing it, is a choice, it's a policy, not a lack of access to information or language barrier.
I mean, People on Twitter and Twitter Spaces are doing a better coverage than every Western & Non Western media COMBINED.
last week I had some serious troubles with remote sshfs volumes mounted on my server hosting telegram media files from the Russian war against #Ukraine.
90 telegram channels in one spot, translated + media
Video Only aggregation :
This one is still catching up, moving media files, when it's done, playback will be restored across tools.
Yet other, now public, information suggests that Girkin was taking orders from an FSB officer while in Ukraine. Intercepted telephone conversations released by the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (tasked with investigating the MH17 downing) indicate that in the summer of 2014 Girkin took orders from ‘Vladimir Ivanovich’, the pseudonym of a curator of the separatists whom Bellingcat and partners later identified as Colonel General Andrey Burlaka – at the time the Chief of the Operational Staff of the FSB’s Border Service. Furthermore, a leaked draft letter from Burlaka to FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov from July 2014 shows him requesting a fake Russian passport for an unknown DNR leader living in the occupied-areas. As mentioned in previous reporting on Burlaka, Bellingcat was unable to independently authenticate the leaked document nor establish whether it was sent – although it did appear to include non-public information and reference several real email addresses.