Infowars & Alex Jones Named in ‘ENEMIES LIST’ Compiled by Ukrainian Group Linked to U.S. State Department

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An “independent” Ukrainian media NGO published a list of American detractors of the Ukraine war against Russia, accusing them of pushing “Kremlin propaganda” and blaming them for recent setbacks in the conflict.

The media NGO, which specializes in web journalism, released the list last week naming 388 individuals and 76 organizations, including politicians, political movements, commentators and groups, media and journalists, policy experts, venture capitalists, and think tanks who have been critical of the Ukraine war.

“In the States, there are many public organizations, popular activists, and political observers who methodically advocate for the self-isolation of the United States and speak out against supporting Ukraine,” the group states.

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“Their activities are noteworthy in view of the long war with Russia and Ukraine’s high dependence on US aid, which is becoming increasingly difficult to attract.”

“Our research is not an exhaustive list of all public figures who believe that Ukraine should be left without aid. This is only a cross section of prominent voices and common theses, which often resonate with what the Kremlin broadcasts.”

Dozens of sitting Republican politicians are named, like Sens. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio), Rand Paul (R-Ky.), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.), as well as former President Donald Trump, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.), and Reps. Bob Good (R-Va.), Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), and Jim Banks (R-Ind.). 

Though the list also includes various anti-war leftists, not a single Democratic lawmaker is named.

Notably, Alex Jones and Infowars are listed with Trump, Tucker Carlson and former Rep. Ron Paul as the “largest nodes” of anti-Ukraine war influence.

Among the largest “nodes” of mutual support among the participants in our study are Donald Trump and his supporters, Senator JD Vance and media personality Tucker Carlson, member of the Libertarian Party Ron Paul, The Grayzone website and its founder Max Blumenthal, the left-wing anti-war communities CODEPINK and Massachusetts Peace Action, the far-right site Infowars and its editor Alex Jones and many others. The ecosystem is current as of the beginning of May 2024.

Along with Alex Jones, Infowars writers including this journalist and Kelen McBreen, as well as contributor Chase Geiser, were also personally named in the list.

In fact, Infowars received special scrutiny in this enemies list over Alex Jones’ interviews with Russian philosopher Aleksandr Dugin, and appearances on Russian TV, such as his discussions with host Vladimir Solovyov and businessman-turned-politician Viktor Bout.

The group also condemned this reporter and McBreen’s reporting on the U.S.-backed clandestine biolab network in Ukraine, as well as false flags and propaganda campaigns by the Ukraine government.

But it gets even more interesting.

Anatoly Bondarenko, the founder of an instructor for the U.S. State Department’s “TechCamp” training program, where over “60 local journalists, civil society, community leaders, and private sector partners” were taught various media skills.

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, a U.S. foreign policy watchdog think tank, lambasted the State Department’s relationship to the group and its effort to intimidate individuals and groups critical of U.S. policy.

“It is completely inappropriate that a foreign institution that participates training funded by U.S. taxpayers’ money should use that money to try to limit public debate in the US on a matter of vital U.S. interest,” QI Director Anatol Lieven told the American Conservative.

Intimidation and suppression tactics like this list by a State Department-linked group against anti-Ukraine war critics will only escalate if Joe Biden somehow secures a second term in the White House.