Julia Davis is a National Security/Foreign Policy Reporter, Russian Media Monitor, creator of RussiaLies.com, Screenwriter, Producer, member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Screen Actors Guild and other prestigious industry guilds, serving as an Advisory Council member for the Hollywood Stuntman Hall of Fame. Her investigative reports and interviews are prominently featured by print publications and news outlets.
In an exhibition of absurdity, the Holiday Inn located in St. Petersburg, Russia hosted a far-right gathering - the Russian International Conservative Forum. The event’s participants included fascists, Neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and proponents of white supremacy. This far-right bash was organized by Russian party ‘Rodina’ (‘Motherland’), which caucuses with Putin’s ‘United Russia’ party and was formerly led by Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin. In 2005, Rodina was banned from the Moscow City Council elections for running a blatantly racist, anti-migrant campaign ad, featuring Rogozin and promising to “clean up the trash.”