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Integrity Initiative news

Integrity Initiative news
Visit RT to read latest news on the Integrity Initiative (also referred to as II), a project of the Scotland-based Institute for Statecraft. The Integrity Initiative bills itself as a non-partisan, disinformation-busting charity. However, numerous leaks reveal that the Integrity Initiative is actually a UK-funded covert influence network, trying to meddle in international affairs – from politics to film awards. Even though hackers; i.e. Anonymous, are bringing II’s actions into the spotlight, Western mainstream media has been silent about the propaganda network – read RT to find out more. Get more details on the Integrity Initiative’s clusters based all over the world, and on II’s members – which include some UK MPs, political journalists, international experts, and more. Many Integrity Initiative members, like Ben Nimmo, Anders Aslund, or Evelyn Farkas, promote Russophobia. Don’t miss experts’ and analytics’ opinions on the Integrity Initiative and its’ meddling in international affairs.