The Crime Syndicate has rolled out a new Big Brother campaign to try and tarnish the alt media and what is called the alt-right media. First, they did a purge of Alt Right tweeter accounts. Then (((Google))) restricted ads on so-called fake news site. The most widely circulated hit list right now was created and is maintained by one Melissa “Mish” Zimdars, a professor and “researcher” at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts.
This is the Zimdars’ hit list. The method tricks and lies of these shysters are quite easy to spot. As you look over the list, you will see actual fake news sites. The New Nationalist (TNN) has learned to avoid some of these ourselves. But after the red herrings have been set up, Zimdars moves on by inference to the heavyweight, large-traffic alt-media sites. In this silly exercise, she clicks off in no particular order and with no rhyme or reason:
Curiously, there is also Project Veritas, which brilliantly exposed Clinton campaign criminality. Is Zimdars making a nasty claim that PV’s investigative videos covered here by TNN are not authentic? She better be able to back that one up pronto.
The TNN did not make the list, as perhaps as we are too new. We don’t feel slighted. We are no longer under the radar as our growing traffic of late exceeds many of those on the honor list. We are waiting inclusion with baited breath. Make our day.
Ms. Zimdars has publicly responded to the question of what news sites she trusts and visits.
“Some people are asking which news sources I trust, and all I can say is that I read/watch/listen very widely, from mainstream, corporate owned sources (The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes) as well as The Atlantic, National Public Radio, and various local and alternative sources with different political perspectives, some of which are included on this list.”
Wow, she pretty much admitted to her criteria. There is one consistency about Ms. Zimdars’ “trusted list.” She might as well have put a (((kosher))) seal of approval on it and save everybody’s time.
Of the 65 senior executives of the major newspapers and news magazines, 42 are Jews or have Jewish spouses. This is a numerical representation of 65%. Jews are approximately 2% of the U.S. population. Therefore Jews and spouses of Jews are over-represented among the senior executives of the major newspapers and news magazines by a factor of 32.5 times(3,250 percent). [See source.]
An alternative list of fake-news click-bait sites provided by The Duran:
|Buzzfeed.com (2,3)||nytimes.com (1)||CBS|
|thedailybeast.com (2, 3)||huffingtonpost.com (2, 3)||NBC|
|CNN (1)||MSNBC (1)||ABC|
|Politico (2)||Time.com||Yahoo News (1)|
|FT (2, 3)||*Website Removed* (temporarily)||theatlantic.com|
|Bloomberg (3)||The Economist (1)||USA Today|
|theguardian.com (1)||Newsweek.com||Vice News|
|BBC (3)||thesun.co.uk (1)||dailymail.co.uk|
|Reuters||Washington Post (1)||vox.com (1)|
|motherjones.com||dw.com||Business Insider (1)|
|Euronews.com||Michaelmoore.com||Ukraine Today (1)|
|France 24||telegraph.co.uk||Sky News (2, 3)|
|Slate||mirror.co.uk||*Website Removed* (temporarily)|
The U.S. News & World Report also has a list by (((Rachel Dicker))), associate editor of social media, who defamed sites without proof, citation or even examples in her article “Avoid These Fake News Sites at All Costs.” More are out from the (((usual suspects))) that seems to mirror the others as if on script, including The Independent, the Inquisitor and Snopes.