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London: A Safe Haven for Russian Banksters (Russian TV News Video)

This segment pulls no punches, explaining that Pugachev is a traitor, a hypocrite, and all-around neer-do-well.  

It then goes on to trash London as a cesspool of murderers, criminals, and assorted miscreants on the run from Russian justice, deliberately supported by the UK government because of its century-old geopolitical competition with Russia.

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This is interesting because it comes from a new private TV channel called Tsargrad, which positions itself as more conservative than the government channels, and unabashedly Christian.  

Some have called it Russia's Fox News, although it is more outspokenly Christian and conservative than Fox.

<figcaption>He's the Russian Bernie Madoff, but the mainstream media give him as much airtime as he wants.  Strange, no?</figcaption>
He's the Russian Bernie Madoff, but the mainstream media give him as much airtime as he wants. Strange, no?

The channel is backed by the conservative Christian billionaire Konstantin Malofeev, who some call the anti-Soros, who was sanctioned by the EU and Washington, apparently because of his outspoken views against the LGTB agenda and his support for Christian values.

Pugachev's case is interesting too, because he has launched a massive PR campaign from London, with major features about him being carried by the FT, Reuters, BBC, etc.  

The tongue-bath the media have given him is an embarrassment to journalism.

 

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