The Grayzone

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Founder: Max Blumenthal

In its own words:
"Investigative journalism on politics and empire"

Main focus: US/Deep state
Members: Matthew Alford,  Brian Berletic,  Dan Cohen,  T. J. Coles,  Jonathan Cook,  Camila Escalante,  Daniel Espinosa,  Ann Garison,  Kevin Gosztola,  Jeremy Loffredo,  Rania Khalek,  Kit Klarenberg,  Jeremy Kuzmarov,  Alan MacLeod,  Aaron Maté,  Nils McCune,  Todd Miller,  Ben Norton,  Matt Orfalea,  Stavroula Pabst,  Anya Parampil,  Zach El Parece,  Marcie Smith Parenti,  Gareth Porter,  Moss Robeson,  Alexander Rubinstein,  David Sheen,  Ajit Singh,  Stansfield Smith,  Simon Tesfamarian

The Grayzone, formerly called The Grayzone Project, was founded by Max Blumenthal.


In 2020 Wikipedia decreed that The Grayzone was an unreliable source after a difference of opinion about Venezuela.[1]


Known Participants

9 of the 30 of the participants already have pages here:

Brian BerleticResearcher, Writer, Commentator, banned from Twitter in 2022.
Dan CohenUS journalist
Jonathan CookUK journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, since 2001.
Rania KhalekJournalist
Kit KlarenbergInvestigative journalist
Aaron MatéAmerican journalist.
Ben NortonAmerican journalist.
Anya ParampilJournalist at The Grayzone.
Gareth PorterAmerican investigative journalist, author and policy analyst


Documents sourced from The Grayzone

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Dissident British ex-diplomat Craig Murray indicted for blog posts in Kafkaesque caseArticleCraig Murray
Alex Salmond
Mark Hirst
Nicola Sturgeon
Lady Leeona Dorrian
27 April 2020Ben Norton“The state believes it has finally discovered a way to put me in prison without the inconvenient hurdle of a jury of my peers. This really is the epitome of bad law. To use it against freedom of speech is disgusting.”
Document:Five questions for new Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer about his UK and US national security establishment linksArticleWikileaks
Julian Assange
Jonathan Evans
John Scarlett
Eliza Manningham-Buller
Trilateral Commission
Eric Holder
David Omand
Jeremy Corbyn
Binyam Mohamed
Keir Starmer
David Neuberger
David Leppard
5 June 2020Matt KennardKeir Starmer did not become leader to help Labour win, but to restore establishment control over the party and vanquish the heretics that dared defy its agenda. For the forces he truly represents, the project has been a smashing success.
Document:The Making of Juan Guaidó: How the US Regime Change Laboratory Created Venezuela’s Coup LeaderArticleElliott Abrams
National Endowment for Democracy
Nicolás Maduro
Juan Guaidó
Srđa Popović
Popular Will
29 January 2019Dan Cohen
Max Blumenthal
Juan Guaidó is the product of a decade-long project overseen by Washington’s elite regime change trainers. While posing as a champion of democracy, Guaidó has spent years at the forefront of a violent campaign of destabilisation in Venezuela
File:Henderson-Testimony-UN.pdfTranscriptOrganisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
Douma attack
10 February 2020Ian Henderson (OPCW)Transcript of the testimony of ex-OPCW inspector Ian Henderson before the UNSC on 20 January 2020 about the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria on 18 April 2018, and the subsequent OPCW report about it.