6 Responses to “Lavrov aggressively interviewed by slippery confrontational BBC journalist in Moscow”

  1. danceaway says:

    Although I cannot confirm this, one of the nearly 4000 comments under this video says the interviewer’s name is Steve Rosenberg and he is a known Russophobic.

    How is the BBC still in Moscow when RT has been banned in London?

    This journalist says he has lived in Moscow for 30 years. He is incredibly rude, arrogant, brimming over with distain and “exceptionalism”, in my opinion; with people like him living in their midst, the Russians must have come to despise the British, especially since their Media Action NGO is there to undermine and ferment colour revolution.

    UKColumn and Vanesa Beeley have exposed how Media Action operated in Syria with the intent to overthrow Assad.

    Apparently Vanessa has done a noteworthy interview on Redacted about similar nefarious goings on of the west in China. The Devil never sleeps!

    • ian says:

      If anyone watches this “interview” and in any way associates it with what us British are like, we will be despised. The guy’s an asshole. Then again, he’s BBC.

  2. danceaway says:

    *correction foment not ferment

  3. danceaway says:

    Commenters also related that only a 2 minute clip was shown on TV, and chosen to make Lavrov look bad.

  4. Gordon says:

    Like a good chess game Mr Lavrov out manoeuvred Rosenberg on all counts.

    Typical BBC tactics of twisting the reality to suite western propaganda. Note that Rosenberg sat there with his clipboard of questions but Lavrov had nothing but truth which defends itself.

  5. danceaway says:

    You are so right, Gordon.

    The dispicabiity of the BBC and its staff is off the charts. It operates an evil agenda, the worst part being that it operates throughout the world, and in true inversion, as a beacon of truth. The amount of harm it has perpetrated is beyond measure.