“About 1 million people willing to pay a symbolic 100 rubles ($3) per month for what he calls objective information and analysis.”

6 comments on ““About 1 million people willing to pay a symbolic 100 rubles ($3) per month for what he calls objective information and analysis.”
  1. MirrorMirror says:

    How about “RUSSIA TOMORROW” for a name ? :lol:

  2. hmck says:

    how about ‘Fair and balanced’ as their catchphrase? what a joke. The only hope for the world is for the US to collapse, and collapse fast before they wreak any more damage.

  3. Wahrheit says:

    You’ll never see such a thing in the USA. Americans like to live in a fantasy bubble in which they are playing make-believe, pretending to be super-competitors. If you try to dislodge them from their fantasy some get miffed, others get incensed.

  4. johnseattle says:

    What an opportunity for george soros to fund his own network.

  5. Jayme says:

    I’d pay much more than that. The problem is … ‘objective’ from what perspective?

  6. Rumcajs says:

    Mirror Mirror. Very funy!!!

    Lets hope it will bring about a positive change, but it is very likely that the porject will, sooner or later find a rich sponsor like the CIA.

    The situation is so screwed up that in order to stop the foreign and partally domestic powers from infiltrating and looting the country by opening it to the multinational gangs of capitalists. The leaders of some countries have to resort to restricting freedoms of local populations. I think that Putin will not like an independent media outlet. For many resons; both legitimate and not legitimate. It is a tough call. Should people support it or fight it?

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