Divide and Conquer Propaganda — Dialectic Manipulation
(David Matthew) We’ve all experienced it. You log on to Facebook and scroll through your timeline – and there it is: a fiery argument where insults are flying freely on a subject that charges you. Though you may aim to steer clear of the sludge and toxicity of social media comment sections – perhaps you decided to lunge into a particular topic that you care deeply about.
(Makia Freeman) The manipulation of the definition of anti-semitism & exploitation of the concept of anti-semitism is a sinister trend. The international Zionist cabal & network are cunningly trying to change the notion of anti-semitism to stop any criticism of Israel and its litany of war crimes.
(Jay Syrmopoulos) The Council on Foreign Relations delivered an Orwellian presentation recently that unsurprisingly went unnoticed in the mainstream media, in which CFR’s Richard Stengel forwarded the notion that governments “have to” direct “propaganda” at their own domestic populations.
(Paul Joseph Watson) 71% of Michelle Wolf’s liberal audience would rather peace with North Korea fail than see Donald Trump take credit for it.
(Aaron & Melissa Dykes) It’s one thing to think that something subversive is happening with social media, surveillance, and mind control. It’s quite another thing when it’s admitted to by the very people who created it. Melissa Dykes covers the wide-range of effects that the pervasive use of social media is already having on society.
(Amanda Froelich) Art which exposes the flaws of modern society is nothing new. But, when renowned illustrator Pawel Kuczynski publishes new work, we can’t help but take a peek.
(RT) Documents the State Department was forced to publish show that it spent almost $9 million on political reform in Albania coordinated with billionaire George Soros. The US government denies the expenditure was inappropriate.