'RT columnist Bryan MacDonald, a Moscow professor, and the mysterious “Bumfrey McDoogle from the School of Hard Knox” are just some of the people that appeared on an anti-Kremlin petition by the increasingly gaffe-prone European Values think tank.
The distinctly named ‘Prague Declaration’ proposes “seven urgent steps the democratic West must take to now to stop Russian aggression” declaring that its document – intended for “Western leaders such as EU High Representative Federica Mogherini” – has been endorsed by “more than 100 European and American security experts and parliamentarians from 22 countries.”
However, a closer look at the signatories reveal some odd exceptions among Moscow’s traditional adversaries, such as exiled businessman Bill Browder and former NSA analyst John Schindler.
One such name is MacDonald, who is described incorrectly as a “former RT correspondent” and earnestly as a “foot soldier in the fight against Putin.”'
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