The fact that The Washington Post would give credibility to a obviously ridiculous organization with an entirely invented list of “Russian propaganda websites,” knowing all the while that they themselves were the ones taking Russian government money is the height of hypocrisy, dishonesty and deceitful journalism. Once again proving the obvious point: The mainstream media is the real fake news.
Yes, of course, Trump winning the GOP nomination marks the end of the party as we know it. After all, some neocons are already publicly and actively throwing their support behind Hillary. While this undoubtably represents a major turning point in U.S. political history, many pundits have yet to appreciate that the exact same thing is happening within the Democratic Party. It’s just not completely obvious yet…
If you don’t like Trump’s vision, you better have competing vision and be willing and able to articulate it. The status quo is dead.
Propaganda isn’t always a lie.
Often, just like this photo, it’s merely a distraction:
“I was bribed by billionaires, I was bribed by the Americans to report…not exactly the truth.”
At this point, I’ve seen enough. It’s becoming quite clear that Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg wants to be the Next President of these United States.
A couple of days ago, Politico published a fascinating piece describing how factions associated with the current Ukrainian government apparently interfered in the U.S. election on behalf of Hillary Clinton. The findings seem pretty damning…
The new year is less than two weeks old, and we can already say one thing with confidence. 2017 is not going to be boring.
Over the weekend, America’s leading economists gathered in Chicago for their annual AEA conference. The mood perfectly encapsulates the state of affairs of a profession that is more to blame for our current predicament than any other.
…and THIS is Their Sales Pitch:
This analysis zeroes in on some of the devastating real world impacts of Narendra Modi’s insane and inhumane cash ban:
It’s quite ironic that the one newspaper most hysterical in warning the American public about the dangers of “fake news,” has become the most prolific publisher of it. The most recent example, of course, relates to the entirely made up story that those dastardly Russians had hacked into the U.S. power grid through a Vermont utility. The paper’s source for the story? Anonymous government officials. Unsurprisingly, the entire thing was a fairytale.
There is absolutely no upside to any conflict with Russia when it comes to 99.9% of us.
The fact so many pundits, anonymous intelligence officials and Hillary Clinton cultists are encouraging such an outcome based on zero publicly available evidence that Russia hacked the DNC/John Podesta and provided it to Wikileaks for the purpose of electing Trump, should be seen as the gigantic red flag that it is.
So what’s actually going on? As is so often the case, it is all about money and power.
Great strategy if your goal is to get Trump elected to a second term…
If you want to know why Snowden did it, and the way he did it, you have to know the stories of two other men:
We sit on the precipice of the self-destruction of almost all the dominant institutions we’ve been accustomed to throughout our lifetimes:
After coming under attack, the alternative media successfully appropriated and reassigned the now ubiquitous term “fake news” to a variety of disingenuous mainstream media outlets.
The corporate media is not too happy about this, and it’s doing what it does best (aside from cheerleading for war); it’s whining about it to its readers:
The next time a liberal acquaintance expresses indignation over Russia influencing Donald Trump’s election, you might want to share this:
The media still can’t let the election go. In its obsession with “fake news” and Russia, the U.S. press is once again betraying the public trust.
Alternative media didn’t suddenly appear out of nowhere and hypnotize millions of patriotic Americans into becoming Kremlin-puppets. Alternative media didn’t find Americans, Americans found alternative media.
As we should all know by now, not everything is as it seems:
WARNING: This is MAJORLY cringeworthy…
The very next day after essentially telling the world that the “consensus view” of intelligence agencies is that the Russians interfered in the U.S. election in order to help Trump, The Washington Post had to admit that the FBI disagreed.
“The bureau, true to its law enforcement roots, wants facts and tangible evidence to prove something beyond all reasonable doubt. The CIA is more comfortable drawing inferences from behavior.”
In other words, the CIA is more comfortable with making shit up.