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Greg Olear

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New book Dirty Rubles: An Introduction to Trump/Russia is a primer on the greatest political scandal in US history.

"If ignorance is your bliss, Dirty Rubles isn't for you. Greg Olear deliciously tears down that barrier Trump has erected between the truth and the American people.
—Cheri Jacobus, USA Today columnist, political pundit and Trump target

“While Donald Trump represented the greatest threat to the United States since the Civil War, the US Media abdicated its duty to tell the American people the truth. Luckily, skilled writers and patriots like Greg Olear stepped into the fray, keeping readers rapt as he helped condense complex conspiracy into lucid narrative. Dirty Rubles is a long-form version of that lucidity, a cogent book that wi
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Let’s Talk About…(A Repository of Trump/Russia Twitter Threads)

Yours Truly. Photo by Franco Vogt.

I’m setting this page up for quick and easy reference. A full list of threads is available here. My new podcast is available here. Info on my book, Dirty Rubles, can be found here. If you want to support my work, please buy a book or two, or visit the Zibbet store.

Trump, Putin, & the Russian mob

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Greg’s Recent Updates

“Remembering is my only job and it's hard work. We are natural-born amnesiacs, hardwired to let go of the past, to release ourselves from history; the only way to withstand our pain is to forget our pain. We may think we don't forget, but we do. Time wears down the rough edges of our memory, sure as a stone on the river bank is smoothed by the rushing current. And like the eroding stone, the memory fades so gradually we don't even feel it. We don't notice. Eighteen years fly by, whoosh, and we don't even realize that not long ago, we didn't all drink bottled water, the Soviet Union loomed as a threat, smoking was commonplace in restaurants, and Bono was just a rockstar.
What I want... all I want... is not to forget. But it's an uphill battle. Over time, the image blurs, the scent dissipates, the memory fades. ”
Greg Olear, Totally Killer: A Novel

“This repetition of the “Big Lie,” it should be noted, is a propaganda technique developed by the Nazis.”
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