As many accredited news reports have revealed, the real name of Zero Hedge’s Tyler Durden is “Daniel Ivandjiiski”, a name that raised many eyebrows due to its suspiciously Slavic origins. But accredited journalists maintained their integrity for years, and refrained from voicing their suspicions that the mysterious Tyler Durden was in fact a Russian agent, running the notorious blog “Zero Hedge” as a Kremlin propaganda machine. But today, the Accredited Times can finally say for sure that Daniel Ivandjiiski is in fact a Russian agent.
Last week, I told you that I was going away on one of my frequent LGBTQ+ rallies to block highways at rush hour to spread our message of love and acceptance. But in fact this was just a cover for a secret meeting with a group of anonymous sources at an undisclosed location, who revealed to me the shocking information that I am about to reveal to you.
The anonymous sources I met with are highly credible, some of whom have worked for Zero Hedge as undercover CIA agents, and some of whom have worked at the NSA and monitored the site for years. Many of you have read in accredited news publications that Daniel Ivandjiiski, the mastermind behind Zero Hedge, is a failed hedge fund manager who was charged with insider trading. But what was unknown to the public until now, is that shortly after his bankruptcy he found a job working for Russian intelligence, through one of his many Russian connections.
Russian intelligence was intrigued by Daniel’s financial expertise, and saw an opportunity to create a fake media outlet that could win the hearts and minds of many disgruntled Westerners, especially in light of the recent financial crisis which had generated a considerable amount of malice towards bankers and the financial industry. They aimed to brand the site as an “anti-establishment” alternative voice to the mainstream financial media, playing on the resentment that common folk had towards the financial industry. Ivandjiiski immediately began inventing conspiracy theories about how Goldman Sachs and other major financial institutions were “manipulating” the markets, pointing to their supposedly “unrealistic” 90%+ winning trading days per year. He then invented a new conspiracy theory alleging that the silver price was being tremendously suppressed by a cabal of banks, which sucked millions of his naive readers into the silver bubble and eventually bankrupted them, much to the delight of his Russian handlers.
Daniel used his knowledge of Western pop culture to brand his fake news site with rebellious, defiant connotations, using references to the popular Western movie, Fight Club, to deceive his readers into thinking he was one of them. The reference to Fight Club was a clever ploy to create a culture where anything goes, and where disagreement is encouraged, helping to foster a vicious, anti-Western attitude on the site, and to fuel the fire of hatred towards respected Western politicians, financiers and Federal Reserve officials.
The following image of Daniel Ivandjiiski working from his Russian military bunker behind layers of sophisticated proxy servers was leaked to us by US intelligence:
The sad thing is, Zero Hedge’s readers are so indoctrinated that even after reading this breaking news, they are still likely to delude themselves into believing the fake news they are so used to consuming. Zero Hedge has successfully created legions of pro-Putin, pro-Trump drones who cannot be convinced that they are being brainwashed, no matter how much evidence is presented to them. If we want to protect Western values and save our children from the Russians, then we have no choice whatsoever but to shut down subversive websites like Zero Hedge, and introduce licensing and accreditation for bloggers and internet journalists!