A Russian reporter living in England spreads disinformation about Trump’s administration

CLEVELAND, OHNative citizens of the United States of America are being manipulated daily by foreign reporters and bloggers whose content is appearing on Google News, Yahoo News, Bing News and others.  The news native U.S. citizens are reading about the United States government, our state and local governments, and especially CoVid 19, are on search engines that are often foreign-owned. News on so-called credible news sites about our political leaders and their acts are not being written by reporters and bloggers native to the U.S. and inside our nation’s borders.

Russian “British” reporter Mia Jankowicz’s Business Insider facial profile picture is obscured so that her identity is not easily detectable as she feeds Americans a steady diet of misinformation about President Donald Trump’s administration and the nation.

In 2012 major newspaper chains like Hearst and Tribune that publishes the Chicago Tribune were exposed for publishing stories written by bloggers from the Phillipines and India under fake U.S. names about local politics, crimes and events.  Imagine reading a story about a Chicago council meeting written by a writer in India who watched it on YouTube; and who knows nothing about the nation’s constitution or Illinois laws and that city’s ordinances.  The only way for them to see Chicago city hall is from Google Maps.

This is the traitorous foreign editorial filth Brian Timpone infiltrated into the U.S. with a company called “Journatic.” He now publishes over 450 “local” news sites under a company called “Locality Labs.” 

On July 31, 2020 Google News circulated a story written by Mia Jankowicz of the Business Insider about Russian American and U.S. government official Jared Kushner.  Kushner is President Donald Trump’s Director of the Office of American Innovation.  Jankowicz’s story carried the headline, “Kushner’s axed coronavirus team shied away from a national strategy, believing that the virus was hitting Democratic states hardest and that they could blame governors, report says.”

An investigation of Russian “British” writer Mia Jankewicz looks made up to “appear” Middle Eastern.

The use of the words “report says” gives the appearance the information Jankowicz used as the source of her story is “official.”  But inside Jankowicz’s story is a link to what was only a Vanity Fair “report” written by Katherine Eban.   Eban leaves off her last name of “Finkelstein” as the daughter of Yale professor Elinor Fuchs of Brooklyn and Michael O. Finkelstein of Manhattan. 

Eban is the Russian “American” writer’s middle name and her story, according to Jankowicz, is the “report.”  This name and identity-altering bullshit is bat shit crazy as hell. The majority of Russian Jews living in the U.S. can’t prove their ancestors arrived here legally from 1899 when they were excluded from entering the nation under the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1899 until restrictions were lifted on their immigration here during World War II.

No more than 73 Eastern Europeans and Asian Indians, total, not just Russians, were allowed admittance into the U.S. per year between 1899 and the ratification of those numbers in 1929 under the Emergency Immigration Quota Act.  It’s impossible under those legal restrictions for more than 6 million Russians to be legal citizens of the U.S.  The idea that 33 now serve in the U.S. Congress seems odd in a nation that where President Woodrow Wilson once deported Russians as violent anarchists in 1919 after they slaughtered American Negroes in cities like East Saint Louis, Illinois and others in 1917.

Russian “American” writer Katherine Eban lives in New York and spreads disinformation about the administration of President Donald Trump under a fake name. Eban is not her last name it’s her middle name. Finklestein is her Russian surname.

The last name of Jankowicz is Russian or Israeli even if it’s associated with people who say they’re from Poland, Ukraine, Belarus and other nations Russia once controlled and admitted into the Soviet Union.  Between Jankowicz’s Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages she appears to be the child of Russian immigrants or an Israeli “dual citizen” living in London; and traveling back and forth to the Middle East.  Jankowicz’s Facebook page shows her promoting a restaurant in downtown Cairo, Egypt by the name of EISH + Mahl.   She’s also spreading lies about the Middle East.

Eban’s “Russian Jewish” background was identified in the New York Times announcement of her marriage to  B. Kenneth Levenson II, the son of Bruce Levenson of Truro, Mass., and the late Arline A. Levenson.   The NYT reported that Rabbi Sarah Reines officiated at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Center for the Arts in Manhattan in 2002.

Eban-Finklestein’s in her story claimed she obtained information from a “report.”  The Russian “American” reporter did not identify the report she claims to have obtained by title or by U.S. government originating agency.  The only official information Eban-Finkelstein claimed the report contained was the following:

“Current challenges that need to be resolved include uneven testing capacity and supplies throughout the US, both between and within regions, significant delays in reporting results (4-11 days), and national supply chain constraints, such as PPE, swabs, and certain testing reagents.”

Russian writer Mia Jankewicz’s Business Insider story smears the administration of President Donald Trump from London as MSN fails to limit news about America to that which is generated from America by real Americans.

I copied the sentences above from Eban-Finklestein’s story and searched the internet for the report that included them. The quotation marks around the words she cited was supposed to indicate that she was quoting exactly from the report she claimed was her source. The only results were links to the story she’d written that had been published on other sites.  

Eban-Finklestein cited a report of the Rockefeller  Foundation which ridiculously advised the U.S. government to create a Covid Community Health Care Corps to help “trace” people with coronavirus.  She failed to cite or identify a single report, however, which would confirm her claims about Kushner’s coronavirus team; and what each individual member discussed and thought.  The Rockefeller Foundation’s report wasn’t “it.”

What Eban-Finklestein did not make the focus of her unsubstantiated story was the information in Jankowicz’s headline that somehow Kushner and his team believed the coronavirus would only affect “Democratic” states.  Read this stupid shit.

“Most troubling of all, perhaps, was a sentiment the expert said a member of Kushner’s team expressed: that because the virus had hit blue states hardest, a national plan was unnecessary and would not make sense politically. “The political folks believed that because it was going to be relegated to Democratic states, that they could blame those governors, and that would be an effective political strategy,” said the expert.”  That logic may have swayed Kushner. “It was very clear that Jared was ultimately the decision maker as to what [plan] was going to come out,” the expert said.”

There isn’t a single sentence Eban-Finklestein wrote that makes any sense or proves she has a real source. There’s nothing verifiable in it that would give a real journalist a reason to use and then disseminate information Eban-Finklestein gathered as a credible source for the so-called facts she presented.  Who in the U.S. believes that people living in states whose politicians routinely change along party lines would blame one party’s politicians or the other’s for pandemic deaths across all party lines?

Kevin P Ryan founded Business Insider in 2015 and now it’s owned by Axel Springer of Germany with a “front” office in New York to give it an American presence and appearance. Ryan appears to be the American “front” for Axel Springer.
It’s an investment firm whose principal calls himself a German zionist. I’m not making up any of this conspiratorial bullshit. It’s just being exposed in real time.

Because neither journalist is from or either culturally “American,” they emphasized a perspective an American writer would not.  We’d know that Democrat James Carville was Bill Clinton’s political consultant when his Republican wife was consulting for George Bush.  Political families in the U.S. are in both parties.

The only “American” reference on Jankowicz’s LinkedIn page is to a two-year claimed employment for the American University in Cairo directing its visual arts major. The university is led in Egypt by Francis J. Riccardione, Jr.  He was appointed by former President Barack Obama and was interviewed by the foreign-owned Los Angeles Time in 2016 prior to Trump’s swearing in. Prior to leading the university Riccardione was a U.S. Ambassador friendly with Hosni Mbarak and his administration.  That’s the  information about him in a January 2017 feature published in The Los Angeles Times.

The LA Times is owned by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, a billionaire child of Communist China raised in South Africa who immigrated to the U.S. and now calls himself an “American.” The Chinese South African’s Los Angeles newspaper reported Riccardione didn’t like the Trump administration’s pro-American thinking.  He called it “nativist” and continued the belief that Americans should let foreign students rob them of 1.1 million college and university slots a year. 370,000 a year to Communist Chinese students.

Jankowicz also holds a master of fine arts degree in visual cultures from Goldsmith College in London.  The British university was founded to train blacksmiths, goldsmiths and jewelers.  Not journalists.  According to Jankowicz’s Business Insider biography she’s “award winning,” but none of it explains how she’s an expert on U.S. politics with inside connections to Kushner and his team’s “thinking.”  Read for yourself.

“Mia Jankowicz is a News Reporter at Insider’s London office.  She previously covered Brexit for The New European and has contributed stories to The Guardian, The New Statesman, Politics.co.uk and Mic.com, as well as several local newspapers.  A long-time culture writer, she has published reviews, opinion and features to a wide range of art publications, with a focus on art from both the UK and the Middle East. She won the Frieze Writers’ Prize in 2007.”

The Frieze Writer’s Prize is for “aspiring” art critics.  Possessing it still doesn’t explain why Jankowicz has so much knowledge about the president’s son-in-law’s coronavirus strategies and inside discussions.

Kevin P. Ryan appears to be Business Insider’s American “front” chief executive officer, but the money and the partners behind DoubleClick and MongoDB’s so-called “American” founder are German and Russian. 

Business Insider’s current headquarters is in Germany after being “founded” in New York.  The German investment firm of Axel Springer owns it.  Mathias Dopfner is the Russian German who calls himself a non-Jew Zionist leading Axel Springer.

Mathias Dopfner’s Business Insider website along with others whose owners are foreign should be required to register with the U.S. Department of Justice under the Foreign Agents Registration Act for the propaganda they’re spreading to citizens of the U.S. in their English-language publications. Dopfner calls himself a “Zionist” in Adolf Hitler’s Germany. Un-fucking-believable. “American” Kevin P Ryan appears to be Dopfner’s American front.

Jankowicz is not an American citizen and does not appear to have ever even visited the nation.  Nor does she appear to have any connections that would let Business Insider’s senior editor know what President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and the coronavirus team he led was “thinking.”

What’s noticeable about her writing style is it fits the paradigm of Eastern European bloggers and “reporters” who write from the “line in the sand” perspective that’s kept people in Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Germany and now Israel warring with and exterminating each other along ethnic and religious lines for generations.  America is a “blended” society and it’s a cultural nuance of Russian writers to segregate people along “identity” lines. 

“Identity politics” is not culturally connected to the U.S.  It along with words like “diversity” are foreign to U.S. thinking and are more associated with writers whose ethnic and national roots are to Communist and Fascist thinking nations.  In the U.S. all its “blended” and “mixed blood” citizens are American irrespective of their races, religions, sexual orientations, ages and national origins. Foreign writers don’t understand the thinking or culture of people whose bloodlines have co-mingled for over 400 years.

None of the search engines delivering information to U.S. citizens like Google limits the source to that which is written only by authenticated citizens of the nation about the nation or by real journalists.  This truth makes it vitally important for U.S. citizens to investigate the identities, ethnic origins, national origins, religions, backgrounds, politics and sources of information writers are sharing before accepting news that comes with sensational headlines on even the most so-called “respected” news websites as true and factual.

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