Veterans Today

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Named as an outlet of "Fake News" by PropOrNot.

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"Journal for the Clandestine Community"

Member of: Melissa Zimdars/List, Poynter Institute/List, PropOrNot/List
Constitutes: Anti-semitism

Main focus: 9-11

Veterans Today is operated by Gordon Duff. The website started out with concern to veterans affairs,[1] but somewhere in the 2008 - 2010 period switched to topics like 9-11 truth and Israel criticism.[2][3][4] One notable writer for the publication has been Hamid Gul.[5] There is a 2nd domain connected to this website, apparently for older articles, which is: https://www.veteranstodayarchives.com

Wikipedia

As of 29 December 2019, Wikipedia notes that: "Veterans Today is a pro-Kremlin and anti-Semitic conspiracy theory and fake news website."[6] In March of that year: "Veterans Today is an American propaganda and conspiracy theory website."[7] The Wikipedia article for Veterans Today is the interest of editor Philip Cross.


 

Documents sourced from Veterans Today

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Swedish Medical Association Says White Helmets Murdered Kids for Fake Gas Attack VideosarticleMI6
Al-Qaeda
Islamic State
Asma al-Assad
White Helmets
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
Rami Abdulrahman
6 April 2017Gordon DuffPresident Trump is now threatening to take America into a war against Syria, Iran and even Russia, a war he says is justified by “evidence” he received from Al Qaeda's White Helmets, a “Deep State” organisation funded by the CIA and MI6
Document:The World Through the Prism of Europearticle"The Holocaust"
Victor's history
WW2
2013Ingrid Rimland ZundelA retrospective on how Europe now views the events of World war II and its aftermath by the wife of Ernst Zundel who has been relentlessly persecuted by the western Establishment for no reason other than stubbornly authoring and publishing research on WWII and The Holocaust.


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