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5 very serious answers to 5 very serious questions from BuzzFeed

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Get short URL Published time: March 12, 2014 14:17
Chief editor of Russia Today TV channel Margarita Simonyan (RIA Novosti / Sergey Pyatakov)

Today I received some interesting questions from BuzzFeed reporter Rosie Gray. RT press office sent me the draft of the answers. They're so funny that I decided to leave them here. Take them as they are, BuzzFeed.

5 Very Serious Answers to 5 Very Serious Questions from BuzzFeed.

‪BuzzFeed: Do you regularly have meetings at the Kremlin or with Russian government officials? Can you describe them, if so? How much direct influence does the Kremlin have over what RT reports?

‪I don't have to go to meetings at the Kremlin because I already live there. My office is located there as well, as are the offices of all other TV executives in Russia. And RT doesn't do any of its own investigating or reporting -- we just read the latest Kremlin press releases on camera. It is much more efficient that way.

BuzzFeed: Why is your office apparently located on a different floor than the newsroom, as one employee told me?

No idea on which floor my RT office is, as I work straight out of my Kremlin digs. I've heard that it's nice though.

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View of the Kremlin and St. Basil Cathedral (RIA Novosti / Anton Denisov)

BuzzFeed: Also, was Anastasia Churkina hired because of who her father is? Why was she allowed to interview her own father on camera?

All of our employees are hired based on the criteria of being Vitaly Churkin's children. Anastasia Churkina interviewed her father because his other children were busy at that time.

BuzzFeed: I'm told that RT Arabic is run by President Putin's former translator -- is that how that position was filled?

Indeed it is. Please note that the head of RT Spanish is President Putin's former chef and the head of RT International is his former hairdresser. Presidential affiliations are the only credentials that matter in prospective candidates who are not fortunate enough to be Mr. Churkin's offspring.

BuzzFeed: Based on the perspective of former employees…

Are you sure? It is highly unlikely you could reach actual former-RT employees as it is company policy to unleash the KGB on anyone who dares to leave.

Margarita Simonyan, RT’s editor-in-chief
lol @ "Presidential affiliations are the only credentials that matter in prospective candidates who are not fortunate enough to be Mr. Churkin's offspring."
I actually like Anastasia Churkina, didn't realize her father was a diplomat.
You have two choices, one is familiar and the other is completely alien and you don't speak the language or know the culture, which you going to pick?

Society gives you only what it wants an ignorant populous selection, even reading this article makes me wonder of the alternative to what else I could be reading. Why? Because most media is subjective bullshit that is anchored in political rhetoric and influenced by the moment, the moment these little tidbits of bullshit information no one needs. Ask yourself what is the source and what is the intent and you will soon come away and not even bother delving in to the provocation of swaying your own mind

RT and MSM can suck my dick along with all you cocksucking nodding heads at the ASA and CIA
One thing I dutifully noticed is, this bish has crazy eyes, like stab you in your sleep just after she suck yo dick

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some pretty high level trolling. good stuff
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