In cults, members are prevented from contact with the outside world. When you control the flow of information that is what what you’re doing; you are preventing members, or in the national sense citizens, from making informed decisions about the world around them, and that denies free will. This is a totalitarian concept. That isn’t just what Hitler would do, but what he pioneered on a state level.
By Independent Press|October 2nd, 20152017-01-01T06:36:16+00:00
CIA Memo to propaganda assets in NBC, CBS, Newsweek, New York Times, et al regarding assassination of President Kennedy, suggesting ways they could discredit or slander writers or journalists critical of Lone Gunman Theory. This became the template for every cover-up since then.
By Independent Press|June 9th, 20142017-01-01T14:48:11+00:00
The economy of the world is dependent on black gold, oil that is. Saudi Arabia has the largest pool of oil reserves. The desert kingdom is awash with oil. The second largest known reserves are beneath the soil of Iraq. However, in the 1970s, evidence began to accrue to suggest that beneath the Caspian Basin and in the adjoining Central Asian states of Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Uzbekistan, lay incredible huge pools of oil, perhaps as much or more than the total reserves of Iraq.
By |October 11th, 20132016-12-14T00:52:36+00:00
Early MOCKINGBIRD influenced 25 newspapers and wire agencies consenting to act as organs of CIA propaganda... among them William Paley (CBS), C.D. Jackson (Fortune), Henry Luce (Time) and Arthur Hays Sulzberger (N.Y. Times).
By |March 5th, 20132016-03-10T22:26:21+00:00
Murdoch knows she is a straw candidate, and straw burns easily. After the primaries, he will support the Republican presidential candidate just as he always has, with the usual rabid devotion. He hasn't done the Democrats any favors, he's pushing the candidate that he knows his party can easily beat.
By Independent Press|March 3rd, 20132016-12-14T00:52:49+00:00
"The conventional wisdom these days -- as heard on radio talk shows in Virginia, in town meetings in New Mexico, or from taxi drivers in Boston -- is that Americans just don't like the press. What do they think? Would you be surprised to learn that reporters are held in the same low regard as undertakers and insurance salesmen.... and only slightly higher than politicians?"