UK establishment’s preferred attack dog on the former Soviet

I’ve written frequently about the anti Russian bias on the Guardian website. Myself and others noticed this worrying trend as they reported on the conflict in Syria.

For examples of this writing please see my previous posts;

Prejudiced analysis

Proxy Propaganda

Adding weight to these blog posts I made back in 2013,  Julian Assange recently described the Guardian as…

“… the UK establishment’s preferred attack dog on  the former Soviet”

This quote was taken from an interview with the Wikileaks founder which can be found here. During the interview Assange points to other aspects of the Guardians reporting which could be considered as blatant anti Russian bias.

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This entry was posted in Russia.

2 comments on “UK establishment’s preferred attack dog on the former Soviet

  1. Mulga Mumblebrain says:

    ‘The Guardian’ is more dangerous and sinister than the rest of the uniformly Rightwing hate and fear-mongering MSM sewer in the West, because it poses as ‘liberal’, even ‘Leftwing’. This pose, in my opinion, takes an awful lot of chutzpah, when you see the content, which in regard to Russia, Syria, Venezuela, Iran. Libya etc, only differs from the Murdochian slops in being very slightly, although not always, less rabid.

  2. […] “UK establishment’s preferred attack dog on the former Soviet” (January 2014) […]

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