U.S. Concentration Camps on Pravda's List of Top 10 in 2013
The Russian daily Pravda, famous for being the preferred rag of the Communist Party and "official organ of the Soviet Union from 1918-1991", in a unique act of disinformation has attributed "concentration camps" and "secret judgments" to the United States of America:
"The U.S. has a system of control and repression that consists of secret institutions (secret judgments, concentration camps) contrary to the U.S. Constitution. None of U.S. presidents (starting with Bush) have accepted the political responsibility for the establishment and operation of the system. Snowden's revelations destroyed the myth of the U.S. as a country of democratic values serving as a model for civilization."
The remark, published in an article titled "Looking Back at 2013: The Top Ten Most Important Events," illustrates the fact that the KGB acts of framing and disinformation are still alive and well in the post-Cold War era:
"Even the deep crisis of the Roman Catholic Church shows that the abscess is opened, and liberal values promoted by the West have met a proper pushback in all parts of the world. Russia is entering the New Year in a greatly consolidated position, which cannot be said about the United States."
Victories for Russia included Putin's role in American-Syrian relations, the continuance of military-technical and oil contracts with Venezuela, and the achievement of nuclear negotiations with Iran resulting in loosened American sanctions on the radical Islamist state.
Dubbing the Boston Marathon bombing "a provocation to justify the total surveillance of NSA" Pravda also observed, "Reflections after the fact, after revelations of Snowden, make you think that either NSA operates inefficiently with all the totality of its surveillance, which proves the vulnerability of America to terrorists...".
The word "pravda" translates to "truth" in Russian.