Take for example the interview with Patrick Armstrong, former political counselor at the Canadian Embassy in Moscow:
“Mr. Kerry, a year ago you were telling us that you were absolutely certain that the Syrian government was using chemical weapons and that we had go bomb it. Today you are now telling us that we should go bomb the people that last year we would have been supporting. Please explain, discuss.” We all saw the photos of the militia cavorting in the US embassy swimming-pool in Tripoli. “Was armed NATO’s intervention in Libya a good idea or bad idea? Discuss.” A month ago we learned that the Kosovo Liberation Army that we supported -indeed we gave the entire country to it 15 years ago - was in fact a pretty nasty, criminal organization. Discuss."
Journalists in the pay of the "Euro-Atlantic Bloc" masters won’t even try to dig deeper into NATO’s legacy, in fact they often willingly take liberties with facts and ruthlessly trim to fit the current "Euro-Atlantic Bloc" ideological bias. Russia wants to look after its own interests, but according to NATO , it is up to no good and it's on it doorstep. The reality is that NATO is in fact on Russia's doorstep; this is a blindspot for NATO leaders and unfortunately Russia serves as today’s EU bogeyman too.