WTF? US NGO Puts Out Hit List of Americans!

Written by Samuel Collins.

Daniel McAdams from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity has revealed a troubling report by a Ukraine-based NGO, the “Data Journalism Agency” (TEXTY). This US government-affiliated organization has published an enemies list targeting US journalists, business leaders, media outlets, websites, and critics of the Biden administration.

The report, titled “American Swing. From Trumpists to communists, who and how is campaigning for the end of aid to Ukraine,” identifies individuals and entities opposing the war in Ukraine, Biden, or leftist policies. The list includes high-profile figures like Elon Musk, Rand Paul, and Ron DeSantis, as well as various organizations and media outlets.

Zelensky’s Ukraine and Disinformation

Under President Zelensky, Ukraine is accused of becoming a dictatorship with ties to the World Economic Forum. While the enemies list claims to correct misinformation about Ukraine, it is itself filled with contentious claims and inaccuracies.

For instance, the report dismisses concerns about Nazi influence in Ukraine and the presence of American biolabs as “long-debunked myths.” However, even mainstream pro-Ukraine media have expressed concern over extremist elements within the country. NBC News acknowledged, “Ukraine’s Nazi problem is real,” and Newsweek questioned, “Why Have So Many Neo-Nazis Rallied to Ukraine’s Cause?”

US Involvement and NGO’s Founder

The founder of TEXTY, Anatoly Bondarenko, was trained by the US State Department’s TechCamp program. His organization receives US funds and has created a list that includes 391 individuals and 76 organizations. Notable figures such as Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson, and Donald Trump, as well as think tanks and media outlets like The Daily Wire and One America News, are all named.

Despite the NGO’s claims that this is merely research, the inclusion of so many prominent Americans raises serious questions. Bondarenko’s training and the organization’s funding highlight a concerning use of US resources to target its citizens.

Our Take

The revelation of this enemies list is alarming. It reflects a significant misuse of resources and a troubling alignment between US-funded organizations and controversial foreign entities. This list, disguised as research, appears to be a weapon against free speech and dissent. The US government must address this issue and protect its citizens from such targeting. Ensuring transparency and accountability is crucial in maintaining trust and upholding democratic values.

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