The war on journalists – John Kaminski

December 5, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi leader Muhammad bin Salman were mighty chummy at the G20 meeting in Buenos Aires 12/1/18. The Saudi leader nicknamed MbS was not otherwise much in demand, it seemed, following the recent grisly murder of a Saudi critic this rookie dictator was suspected of ordering.

Donald Trump has boosted the U.S. economy by selling weapons of death to MbS and other Arab dictators. But when asked about Khashoggi’s murder, the President replied the matter was a less important than America’s energy needs.

The congenial approval of both Trump and Putin to MbS’s very public dispatching of one of his critics, the Washington Post columnist and Saudi citizen Adnan Khashoggi, foreshadows an even more problematic future for journalists attempting to sift some truth out of the lies governments throw at them.

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