Caitlin Johnstone has a dream that all artists everywhere dedicate their powers in service of humanity, and walk away from any jobs that peddle or protect evildoing.
The court stopping the extradition of Julian Assange seems like a win, but he’s not free; nor is he out of the woods.
The Brereton inquiry has revealed the wanton murder and subsequent cover-up of unarmed civilians, as well as the complete lack of official oversight.
Caitlin Johnstone highlights what Americans actually voted against in record numbers: not against Trump, but against abuse from mass media.
Caitlin Johnstone applies the literary folktale The Emperor’s New Clothes and reframes it for today’s times, a time when illegitimate arguments and irrelevant points abound.
Caitlin Johnstone outlines how we must continue to fight against the propaganda we are constantly fed by those in power who don’t represent our best interests.
We were born into this mess, so we assume it’s normal and that things are supposed to be this way. But it isn’t, and they aren’t. What is normal is health.
Mass media throughout the western world are uncritically passing along a press release from the US intelligence community, because that’s what passes for journalism.
The narrative is crumbling. This is good. People are more aware than ever that anything they see can be propaganda or disinformation.
Caitlin Johnstone looks at the federal government’s militarized response to peaceful protests in Portland, defending police brutality with further brute force.