A Boycott App to Stop the Corporate Media Smear Machine: The Cuomo

Based on a dipshit politician convinced that support of a boycott movement against Israeli companies constitutes a criminal act, this app was proposed. In the Old South, authorities tried to punish blacks that participated in the bus boycotts, so they tried to arrest any black people they saw walking. It backfired. An app like this could automatically boycott businesses behind this attack on free speech.

Greatest National Security Threat Revealed: It’s You

By 2013, we would find out about a great national security threat, a secret that had to be protected at all costs: every American was considered a potential terrorist and would require constant surveillance. Snowden NSA files also reveal FOX News alliance in phone hacking scandal.

New Evidence of Artillery Fire from Russia

“I can state with complete confidence that information this important would not be released in this way,” [Paul] Roberts said. “If this was released by the State Department which I doubt, it is so unprofessional; it would mean that the State Department is trying to spread propaganda about Russia on social media …. The US government has been desperate to produce information to back up its claims. It would not release information in this way,” he said, adding that anyone can spread information on social media.

Paul Craig Roberts, columnist and head of the Institute for Political Economy

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and the Media

Plato’s classic Allegory of the Cave may best explain the true challenge of disabusing the masses from the “shadows” on the cave wall which we are taught from birth to perceive as real forms. These shadows are everything from false or hateful political/religious ideologies to scientific racism; just about anything that is bartered as truth and fact.

The CIA’s Operation MOCKINGBIRD

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).