Cold War II

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A Mirror cover cited by the Harod Associates' Operation Iris report into the role of social media in influencing public perceptions about the Skripal Affair.
Interest of• Simon Bracey-Lane
• Integrity Initiative
• NewColdWar.org
• Greg Rowett
A rebooting of the original Cold War, that was definitely tied to the UK deep state in late 2018.

The Cold War II (or Cold War 2.0) refers to a reprise of the Cold War which ended in the 1990s. The basic narrative, like the original cold war, is of a "West versus East" conflict, cited as increased reason to increase military spending.

Recent Promotion

In recent years, increasing efforts appear to have been underway to promote Cold War 2.0 through Russophobic messages in commercially-controlled media.

2014

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2016

A 2016 film was entitled Cold War II.

2018

In March 2018, following the attack on Sergei Skripal, AP introduced a story "From Washington to Warsaw, Western nations banded together Monday to expel more than 100 Russian diplomats they accused of being spies."[1] Dan Kaszeta published an article for the Integrity Initiative entitled Demolishing the Kremlin's absurd theories about Novichok and Porton Down in which he attacked theories that challenged the UK Deep state's official narrative.[2]

Cold War Then and Now‎‎?

Full article: Rated 3/5 Cold War Then and Now‎‎?
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Cold War Then and Now‎‎? was a conference on 13 October 2018 that was booked by Simon Bracey-Lane of the Institute for Statecraft, later to be exposed as a Russophobic disinformation outfit controlled by the UK Deep state, funded by the UK/FCO and the UK/MoD.

Groups

Institute for Statecraft

Edward Lucas of the Economist underlined the importance of these links in his books Deception and The New Cold War. Speaking at the Frontline Club in London in 2014, he said that no significant Russian company can operate without a licence from the state in the form of bribes in one form or another; that comment should be extended to the major criminal groups.

Integrity Initiative

Full article: Rated 4/5 Integrity Initiative

On 5 November 2018, 'Anonymous' leaked documents about the Integrity Initiative which used funds from the UK/FCO and the UK/MoD to promote anti-Russian disinformation[3][4][5] by coordinating "clusters" of apparently independent journalists.


 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Cold War II: Interview with Nikolay Patrushev, Secretary of the Russian Security Councilinterview transcript15 October 2014Nikolai PatrushevSecretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Nikolay Patrushev, interviewed by Rossiyskaya Gazeta on 15 October 2014. The interview makes it crystal clear that a de-facto state of undeclared war exists between Anglo-US-Nato and Russia.


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