would it surprise you to know that the great big CFR in NY that ruins the world is staffed by moronic bimbos with daddys in high places?

Pindo CFR Unveils Absurdist Video Portrayal of Russia
Sputnik, Apr 26 2016

In preparation for a Cold-War-stoking bi-monthly edition of Foreign Affairs magazine, the council, opting for a lowest-common-denominator reflection of their editorial bias, represents one of the world’s most diverse societies with annoyingly bigoted cultural tropes, including vodka, bears and unusual stringed instruments.

On Wednesday, a leading publication for Pandemonia’s neocon war hawks, Foreign Affairs magazine, posted a video on their Facebook page to promote this week’s issue, titled: “Putin’s Russia: Down But Not Out.” It features the musings of ageing Cold-War-era policy analysts affiliated with the country’s top defense contractors. The bi-monthly publication is issued by a nonprofit 4,900-member think tank, the Council on Foreign Relations. The council has often been tied to allegations that the organization aims to establish their own elitist government and that its membership includes the “deep state” of Pindostani oligarchs who actually drive the country’s foreign policy. The group did little to dispel these conspiracy theories by posting an awkward and over-the-top anti-Russia propaganda video, edited to dehumanize and caricature the country in a fashion not seen since the late 1980s. Facebook users expressed disgust at the Russia-phobic depiction:

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Video producer Sarah Foster will likely be looking for another job after users get a taste of the vodka-glass-themed video, accompanied by an old-time stringed folk instrument apparently aiming to be reminiscent of the theme song of a hit cable-tv series, “The Pandamonians,” which itself portrays a stylized, fantastical impression of Russian spies. The video declares in a colourful manner that according to unnamed “experts” Russia is a “basket case,” an “imperfect democracy” and a “wounded bear.” It finishes with a lot of vodka and a spinning vodka glass, perhaps depicting the fluid encouragement used by the producers to create the amusingly obtuse video polemic.

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