Venezuela: U.S. Propaganda Courtesy of NYT

American media continue spewing propaganda about how Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is a brutal dictator who is to blame for the turmoil in that country.  And among the biggest purveyors of erroneous and fraudulent reporting is the highly-touted New York Times.  Some critics are now pointing out how the Times has been promoting opinion pieces by Joanna Hausmann, a Venezuelan-American who presents herself as a knowing and objective observer of what’s happening in her native country.  But what the NYT fails to disclose is that her father, Ricardo Hausmann, a neoliberal college professor in the U.S. is also an envoy for self-declared Venezuelan president and opposition leader Juan Guaido.  Hausmann is envoy for Guaido’s relations with banking institutions connected with elites that want to see Maduro overthrown.  What’s more, Hausmann reportedly played a big role in previous attempts to destroy the Venuzuelan economy as a means of creating social unrest to overthrow Maduro’s predecessor, Hugo Chavez .  Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano talking with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York, regarding the NYT’s failure to disclose:

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Internet Recruitment of Terrorists: Does Stopping It Mean the End of the 1st Amendment?

The massacre at the mosque in New Zealand has renewed calls for censoring the content of the Internet.  How can the digital giants stop the internet from being used as a recruitment tool for terrorism?  On-Target’s Larry Sparano warns of the dangers of the slippery slope ahead, as corporate and government interests

move toward control of what we’re allowed to see and hear on the Internet.  Here’s Larry with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio, New York: