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Russiaphobia Is Out of Control
Paul Craig Roberts
As has been made perfectly clear, Mueller’s “indictment” of 13 Russians and 3 companies is just another hoax. See: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/02/16/result-muellers-investigation-nothing/ and: http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/02/mueller-indictement-the-russian-influence-is-a-commercial-marketing-scheme.html
All Mueller has found is a bait-click commerial marketing scheme that had nothing to do with election interference.
Why is Mueller comfortable bringing a transparently false indictment.
(Photo: George Becker; Edited: LW / TO)
Bottled water companies have relied on predatory marketing practices and exorbitant lobbying efforts to sell Americans on the inaccurate belief that pre-packaged water is cleaner and safer than tap water -- a notion that is costing US households about $16 billion per year.