AUDIO: Riley Waggaman on Perspective with Jesse Zurawell – June 7th

Independent journalist and frequent OffG contributor joins Jesse Zurawell for another episode of Perspective. They discuss Russia’s relatinship with the WHO, their response to “Covid”, its reputation among Western alternative media, potential demographic crisis and more.

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rik myers
rik myers
Jun 11, 2023 8:27 AM

why don’t you interview actual western journalsit who are in or have recently been in Russia over the last couple years. they seen none of your russiaphobia propaganda Mike Jones John mark Dugan Scott Riiter Andre Martynov for starters cut the crap

Jun 13, 2023 8:12 AM
Reply to  rik myers

Hey Riley bandera boy! How’s your nassee leopards doin?

Jun 13, 2023 7:30 PM
Reply to  rik myers

doesn’t this guy live in Moscow?

Jun 10, 2023 10:27 PM

@47.24 “I hope that my rears felt similarly”. And who might those ‘rears’ be precisely?

A Freudian slip of someone “handled” with a big H??

Is there a 6th column trying to subvert Russia:

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 11, 2023 12:43 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

That’s the item Riley Waggaman responds to with this,

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 10, 2023 8:02 PM

This really rates a 3? Have people here lost their minds? Two excellent commentators get together, and their stuff appears to go right over people’s heads. Do Putin bots run the show now?

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 10, 2023 3:48 PM


Everyone I don’t agree with is a 6th columnist
Edward Slavsquat
6 Jun 2023
For almost two years now, I have attempted to delicately point out that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to reconcile narratives promoted by Western “pro-Russia” alternative media . . .

The vast majority of these “alternative media” sources are IIA-like operations – i.e. Interactive Internet Activities. For instance, how is it possible that E. Michael Jones (a Jew-hating homophobe) is on the same page as Glenn Greenwald? That Jimmy Dore goes on Fox News (Tucker Carlson)? That Caitlin Johnstone is a regular writer at The Ron Paul Institute? That Revolver uses Moon of Alabama as a principal source? That South Front and Conservative Treehouse push the same “Nazi” crap following the Buffalo hoax? That a “holocaust denial” site supports a regime that has the holocaust as a core part of its mythic identity – and was a leading faker of “evidence”?



ShadowGate – Full Documentary
August 14, 2020

Shadow Gate 2.0 – Full Documentary
October 16, 2020
On the day Shadow Gate had an early release, a well planned targeted smear campaign by media outlets and social media influencers was launched to distract away from the subtle panic the military industrial complex was going through in the background. What was so dangerous about Shadow Gate and our whistleblowers that the documentary created such a knee-jerk reaction? That is the subject of this documentary.

Brendon Lee O’Connell
81. The Lives Of Others – IIA Operations – James O’Keefe & Patrick Bergy
Uploaded: Dec 2, 2021

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 11, 2023 7:28 PM

The O’Connell video references the following talk by Frances Stonor Saunders – which I assume (by the date given below) was recorded in May 2000

Frances Stonor Saunders – The Cultural Cold War (National Archives)

Uploaded: Jun 26, 2021
By: Adam Fitzgerald

Frances Saunders talked about how the Central Intelligence Agency created the Congress for Cultural Freedom in 1947 as a secret program of cultural propaganda in Western Europe. The program focused on creating and sponsoring pro-American arts and literature. Following her remarks she answered questions from the audience. Frances Saunders is the author of The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters, published by the New Press. (5-23-2000)

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 16, 2023 3:24 PM

Q: Why would a US “black power” organisation care about Russia and Ukraine?

A: It’s an influence operation.

Aug 22, 2022
The rise and fall of Gazi Kodzo, the leader of a liberation group linked to Russia

Jul. 21, 2022
Infamous ‘Cult’ Leader Arrested After Dead Body Found in Home

The Black Hammer Party, formerly the Black Hammer Organization and commonly known as the Black Hammers, is a radical African American political organization that advocates black separatism, conservatism, and political violence. The organization was founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 2019, by ex-members of the African People’s Socialist Party, and has undergone a transition from far-left politics to far-right politics. It rose to prominence in the early 2020s amidst the George Floyd protests and the 2020–2023 United States racial unrest, when it attempted to construct a compound in the Rocky Mountains which it named “Hammer City.”

Alleged Russian influence
On July 29, 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice made public information about alleged Russian influence operations involving collaboration with American political organizations. It did not name the groups directly. However, based on the released information, the Black Hammer Party (allegedly “U.S. Political Group 2” in the released document) was among the groups implicated in these activities, according to multiple media reports.[27][28][11]
According to these reports, the Black Hammer Party had received funding from Russian citizen Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov, an individual with connections to the Russian government. This would have been used to fund the group’s protest at the headquarters of Meta Platforms, Facebook’s parent company, due to the latter’s censorship of posts supporting the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[27][28][26]
According to the released information, the implicated groups would have received “direction or control over them on behalf of the FSB”, through Ionov.[29][30]

CPI Conference in Chicago: Unite Against The Imperialists
By Elizabeth P.

The following includes footage of the pro-Russia protest outside Meta and the CPI Chicago conference.

Russia’s Malign Influence Over Western “Dissidents”
Part One: Black Power & State Separatists (FULL VIDEO)
June 16, 2023


Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 26, 2023 4:16 PM

Once is chance, twice is coincidence, and three times is an influence operation!

Nick Fuentes (July 22, 2022):

If you look into what’s happening in Ukraine now, we are weeks away from the complete and total collapse of the Ukrainian armed forces. It’s over. It is all but over.

Quote @ 1:40
Nick Fuentes Evaluates New Rumors Suggesting that the Old Rumors of Putin’s Illness were Exaggerated
Clip from Nick’s show on July 22, 2022

Brendon O’Connell discusses Fuentes’s sexual deviancy (@ 51:00)

170. Kanye, Nick Fuentes, Cat Boy & The Jews
Brendon Lee O’Connell
Dec 13, 2022

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 8, 2023 5:26 AM

Brendon O’Connell Talks to Patrick Bergy Re Shadow Gate etc

47. Patrick Bergy Exposes Proud Boys Leadership & Roger Stone As IIA Assets
Brendon Lee O’Connell
Recorded: March 31, 2021
Uploaded: Apr 20, 2021
Patrick Bergy keeps us up to date with the current state of play with regards psyche warfare operators online.


Jun 10, 2023 2:33 PM

Meanwhile, the conflict that dare not speak its name continues unabated and much much more intense.


Freddy Longfellow
Freddy Longfellow
Jun 10, 2023 12:59 AM

The end of the welfare state in one image. If you only give them just your little finger, they will bite off your whole hand. Those who came a second too late, have to look through the empty tube. Then they will start eating the hair off your head (if you have any left to offer). https://media.gettr.com/group9/getter/2023/04/02/13/1eb8b170-0378-742a-df34-e4023ed373ea/out.mp4

Like from the bottom, the same principle applies from the top, e.g, with locust shareholders and their unfunded “investment papers”. When the meadow is grazed, the caravan moves on. Then the gang of parasites will have to look for a new overgenerous host.Do you know already “Pippa (aka ‘Pips’) Bunce”? I must admit, I also suffered in this respect still painfully under oversized backlog of general knowledge. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pips_Bunce

(Let’s say) “the person of this name” finally enlightens us terribly ignorant people about the fact that transsexuals represent “the true diversity”, even if this would never have occurred to us blind and deaf people until now. Only now the lights are finally dawning on us and some things are becoming very clear to us. https://media.gettr.com/group10/getter/2023/03/20/19/b571bce1-046d-ef32-aaf9-90c1d490820c/out.mp4

In the promised consumerist paradise, if something has even the tiniest flaw, it is immediately thrown away and bought anew. Not so in Africa. There is not only a radiant joy of life, but also an incomprehensible spirit of innovation and improvisation. https://media.gettr.com/group10/getter/2023/04/16/18/ee8b9f2d-51ef-5b22-fb70-8d21f7698035/out.mp4

However, it can easily happen that the tempers are quickly heated, and it has been known to happen that the one or another ritual dance that seems strange to us is performed, which we know only from old western movies. https://media.gettr.com/group6/getter/2023/04/13/07/2af7978c-df7b-417d-9fba-83c84fa2d4b3/out.mp4

Jun 10, 2023 12:56 PM

The welfare state was invented by Bismarck in the 1880s. There’s nothing necessarily left-wing, progressive or socialist about it.

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jun 10, 2023 2:35 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Not to disagree, but to put it in more positive terms, it is conceded that the Welfare State started in Germany as the capitalist answer to the increasing demands and agitation of the working class during the late XIXth century; however, we can already appreciate this capitalist strategy, or social reforms, in the 1830s in the more advanced Britain. It was a way to make concessions, to “bribe” the working class without really changing the bases of the social order.

“Long before Bismarck, the British state intervened, with Marx noting that the state, despite being a capitalist state, might not always simply repress or ignore labor. Beginning in the 1830s, Parliament, responding to rising class conflict, passed a series of factory acts. Parliament passed five such labor laws between 1822–33, Marx (1967, 1:278) noted, but was shrewd enough not to vote a penny for their implementation.”


“Germany developed industrially later than Britain, yet by the 1830s industrialization was well along in certain parts of the country. In 1844, Germany experienced a major outbreak of proletarian resistance when the Silesian weavers went on strike, an event that also made a strong impression on Marx. The strike was put down, but such events as well as the Paris Commune piqued Bismarck’s interest in reform. As ambassador to France, Bismarck had been impressed by Napoleon III’s success in attaching French workers to the state through old-age pensions. As he put it, the ‘only means of stopping the Socialist movement in its present state of confusion is to put into effect those Socialist demands which seem justified and which can be realized within the framework of the present order of state and society’ (Zöllner 1982, 13). Bismarck coquetted with Lassalle [a socialist, one time friend of Marx’] in the 1860s to exploit divisions among German workers. When class conflict intensified in the 1870s, the chancellor responded with a mix of reform and repression.”

John F. Manley, Globalization, Welfare States, and Socialism’s Future

Jun 11, 2023 7:42 AM

As Eugene Debs said, capitalism makes concessions when it must, only to renege at the earliest opportunity.

Jun 11, 2023 7:37 AM

Many things cannot be repaired. This is by design and the approval of our “democratic” governments.

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Jun 9, 2023 10:44 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2023-06-07. OffG’s Quick Take: Lockdown was NOT a “policy mistake”…It was murder. Time you started to work for PEACE (blog, gab, tweet).

Jun 9, 2023 9:48 PM

Boris Johnson resigns as member of U.K. Parliament over Partygate report

Jun 9, 2023 10:47 PM
Reply to  Woowoo

Hounded out of office … like Trump

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jun 10, 2023 12:58 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

I thought he lost an election. Because he’s, you know, a loser.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 9, 2023 11:48 PM
Reply to  Woowoo

Johnsons replacement will be a double down. Worse. It only get worse. It always get worse than the last one.   :wpds_shock: 
That means we are doomed, all of us, and there is no escape   :wpds_sad: .

Jun 10, 2023 12:23 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Highly unlikely. Every action has a reaction.. not always visible but there nevertheless. Wait for it to emerge …

Jun 10, 2023 8:10 AM
Reply to  Woowoo

Obviously the fat dictator is not stepping down so he can spend all that money gifted to him by the B & G Foundation without scrutiny.