Red Russian propaganda may be more dangerous than any military, because no artillery can stop their lies from spreading and undermining US and European security interests. In the west, the Kremlin’s most visible mouthpiece is RT television, formerly known as Russia Today, which is openly subsidized by the Russian government.
Russia Today” is also known as “What Jews in Kremlin Think Today". RT: "Russian Jews face ‘grave dangers’ if Putin is ousted".
RT has branches in the U.S., U.K., Germany, South America, and the Middle East. The Kremlin has announced plans to expand RT's budget by 40% in 2015 and launch, among other things, a French-language service. However, the recent downturn in the Russian economy has caused the budget to be slashed and the new services to be possibly shelved.
The anti-Fascist media network ‘Russia Today’ continues to promote the vicious anti-German Jewish Holocaustianity religion. It is important to understand that RT is funded by the federal budget of Russia through the Federal Agency on Press and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation and is thus the propaganda outlet of the Jew-friendly president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.
Russian state controled media using Ferguson shooting to portray US as a country that opresses its black population: "The United States was built on the enslavement of black African slaves and the genocide of Native Americans. So racism runs deep in American history, culture and politics. The routine police killings of African-Americans has a long history,”
RT is an anti-German media network that regularly spreads deceitful Marxist propaganda, slandering National Socialist Germany. In the slanderous campaign against the white nationalists in Western Europe, Putin also stands shoulder to shoulder with the vile bloodthirsty enemy Jew and their polical puppets.
RT has also produced a documentary condemning the rise of far-right nationalism across Europe.
Everyone know that zionist Jews control Hollywood and the western media, still, very few people know that Russia Today was also created by a Jewish media executive Mikhail Lesin.
Mikhail Yuriyevich Lesin was a Jewish political figure in Russia, media executive and an adviser to president Vladimir Putin. In 2006 he was awarded the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland", one of Russia's highest state decoration for civilians. Mikhail Lesin was nicknamed the Bulldozer because of his ability to get virtually all Russian media outlets under The Kremlin's control.
Lesin served as Russian press minister from 1999 to 2004 and presidential media adviser from 2004 to 2009, RT said. In 2013, he became a senior executive at Gazprom-Media, Russia’s largest state-controlled media company.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin maintained Lesin as minister and allowed Lesin to be a key figure in the 1999 Russian parliamentary elections and the 2000 Russian presidential election. Through Mikhail's support, the pro-Kremlin Unity block gained power and the incoming Prime Minister Putin succeeded Yeltsin as the Russian president.
Continuing under President Putin from 1999 until March 9, 2004, as Ministry of Press, Broadcasting and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, Lesin essentially merged a private advertising agency, Video International which controlled 65–70% of the television advertising market, with the state owned media companies, and, thus, brought tremendous wealth to Video International.
In the 2002 Telegrand the Expert Council of the National Research Center of Television and Radio named Lesin as "the most influential person of Russian television and radio".
Under Putin from April 6, 2004, until November 18, 2009, he became adviser to the President of the Russian Federation for mass media relations. During his tenure and beginning in 2005, Lesin helped conceive and create the RT (Russia Today) television news network, he said, "to establish a news channel that would counter CNN and BBC with a Moscow spin.
Lesin led the Kremlin's efforts to censor Russia's independent television outlets, according to accusations by Senator Roger Wicker (Republican of Mississippi) in 2014. Wicker called on the Justice Department to launch an investigation into Lesin and his immediate family over allegations of corruption and money laundering. In a July 29, 2014, letter to then-Attorney General Eric Holder, Wicker wrote Lesin and his immediate family had "acquired multi-million dollar assets" in Europe and the United States "during his tenure as a civil servant," including multiple residences in Los Angeles worth $28 million.
On December 3, 2014, Assistant Attorney General Peter J. Kadzik replied to Senator Wicker's letter by stating the Justice Department's Criminal Division and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been referred for appropriate disposition of Mikhail Lesin and "similarly situated Russian individuals and companies with assests in the United States that may be in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Anti-Money Laundering Statutes."
The properties are located at $13.8 million house of 1,200 square metres (13,000 sq ft) at 10 Beverly Park, Beverly Hills, California[d]
$9 million house of 980 square metres (10,500 sq ft) at 321 Bristol Avenue, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California[e]
$5.6 million house of 630 square metres (6,800 sq ft) in Beverly Park, Los Angeles, California[f]
$4.3 million house along Mulholland Drive at 13327 Java Drive, Beverly Hills, California[g]
$3.995 million house of 570 square metres (6,100 sq ft) in Palisades Highlands, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California (h).
It's unclear if the FBI ever initiated a probe.
Lesin was found dead on November 5, 2015, in the Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, D.C. RT reported the next day that the cause of death was a heart attack. Washington's Metropolitan Police Department opened a "death investigation". An autopsy had been conducted but according to Beverly Fields, the Washington DC medical examiner public information officer, no ruling about the cause of death will be made until February 2016. Russian officials were working with U.S. authorities to determine the circumstances of the death. He is buried in Los Angeles.
On November 7, 2015, the Kremlin released official condolences from president Vladimir Putin: "The president appreciates the enormous contribution made by Mikhail Lesin to the formation of modern Russian media."