On the website of the Ron Paul Institute, Daniel McAdams features as the executive Director:
Clicking on the twitter-symbol in the top right corner of the website brings you the twitter account of the institute at https://twitter.com/RonPaulInstitut.
The Twitter-profile @DanielLMcAdams looks like this:
A search on twitter on both @RonPaulInstitut and ADanielLMcAdams gives results like this:
This clearly connects these accounts and it means @DanielLMcAdams is not a fake account impersonating the real McAdams, but it is indeed the executive director of the institute.
Daniel McAdams can be found as an author on the Russia Today website:
These are some things he says:
- "Ukrainian authorities are carrying out ethnic cleansing."
- Ukrainian "election in such a climate ... result of 'wonderfully democratic' vote"
- "Imposing sanctions on Russia is an act of war."
- "Stalemate can only be resolved by returning to February 21 agreement between Yanukovich and the opposition."
McAdams came to my attention because of his extremely rude remarks towards a Ukrainian citizen reporting live from Novoazovsk while it was being shelled, under attack and being taken over by Russian forces:
I jumped in to his defense, but no mercy for him... which is ridiculous in such circumstances. This made McAdams a suspect to me.
So I looked at some of his tweets and found things like this:
Some typical retweets from Russian Trolls:
He even takes on Carl Bildt in a rude way, who is the foreign minister of Sweden and who really supports Ukraine:
Daniel McAdams, the executive director of the Ron Paul Institute is a Russian Propagandist. Very likely he must be paid, bribed or who knows what to do this kind of thing.
My advice: ignore him and block him.
Whether the Ron Paul Institute itself is a cover up for Russian Propaganda or whether they happen to have the wrong director is something I did not bother to investigate yet. Yet they clearly seem to have a US-criticizing attitude.
Also see: How to spot a Russian Twitter Troll
Also see: Top of a Russian Twitter Troll network exposed.
Many of these people in the Ron Paul Institute also have associations or worked in shady organizations that promoted Pro-Soviet type propaganda before moving on to join the Ron Paul institute. Some of them even have connections to Alexandr Dugin and the Eurasianists, though they do not advertise this. There is no question that these people are Russian agents, since they not only have been spreading lies for the Kremlin for a very long time, but even contradict their own claimed ideology (Libertarianism).ReplyDelete
This isn't news. RP and this guy have been shilling for the Kremlin for awhile.ReplyDelete