Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 22, 2017
We need to make this style of video and we’ve got to use Al-Qaeda’s footage . . . We need it to be 10 minutes long, and it needs to be in this file format, and we need to encode it in this manner.”
These were the specific instructions given to employees of a PR firm responsible for creating fake terrorist videos as part of a top secret propaganda mission paid for by the Pentagon — a mission that cost over half a billion dollars.
This story has come to light thanks to a former employee of the firm, Martin Wells, who came forward to talk about his time working on the project.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 20, 2017
Firstly, it’s not not “dozens of cities” who will be buying these force-produced electric Edsels. It is the taxpayers of these cities who will be forced to buy them (but not own them) via the extorted funds they are compelled to provide, so that government workers can drive around in the electric Edsels.
This isn’t supply and demand, market forces. It is make-work and wealth transfer. To characterize it as “demand for low-emissions vehicles” is another despicable upchuck of putrefying propaganda that depends upon the stupefaction (or enstupidation) of the reader, who will only allow the morsel to pass by if he is utterly in the dark about basic economic laws.
Government and most people are in the dark about basic economics.
Be seeing you
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 15, 2017
The American print and TV media are servants of the police state. Ths makes the US media the principal threat that Americans face. The US media is the handmaiden of war, the police state, lies, and evil. The presstitutes have no shame over their lack of integrity and the risk of thermo-nuclear war to which they expose humanity.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 23, 2017
Whether you call such criticism “propaganda” or “dissent,” it is absurd to blame it all on Russia. When it comes to “destabilizing people’s trust in institutions,” the E.U. — especially with its inept handling of the Great Recession and its clumsy response to the Syrian refugee crisis — is doing a bang-up job on its own without Russian help. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 21, 2017
“Nothing can be believed which is seen in a newspaper. Truth itself becomes suspicious by being put into that polluted vehicle.” – Thomas Jefferson, former President, in a letter to John Norvell, 14 June 1807.
“What is special about WikiLeaks is that it’s not just another damn story,” said Assange, “it’s not just another damn journalist putting their damn byline, advertising themselves and their position on another damn story.”
“You’re not reading pre-weaponised knowledge,” Assange said in discussing WikiLeaks vast database of information. “When you read a newspaper article, you are reading weaponised text that is designed to affect a person just like you… I think that is the real beauty of WikiLeaks… it is that sea of information, that treasure, that intellectual treasure, that rebel library of Alexandria you can go into.”
Fake News is not a new idea. Even without phrases like “weaponized text” Jefferson makes his point elegantly.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 12, 2017
In some ways kids will be the easiest to educate.
Don’t like the sound of that! Especially if he wants government to do the fixing.
Tim Cook knows better than to think government can fix anything. There must be a worm in his Apple.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 24, 2017
Like many bad things, fake news starts with government and its lackys in the MSM. CIA, NYT, WaPo how many times have we seen this?
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 23, 2017
So the upshot is if want the truth we go to UK’s left wing (there is no right wing in UK) Daily Mail or Russia’s RT.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 21, 2017
Fake news is as old as government. If you are just figuring that out read the link. If not, no surprises here.
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