The battle between media companies and foreign governments over who controls the news dates back some 150 years, to when European and U.S. wire services dictated the world’s headlines.
Caitlin Johnstone points out, during these unprecedented times, unprecedented things can happen and we can create a healthier world together.
The court stopping the extradition of Julian Assange seems like a win, but he’s not free; nor is he out of the woods.
Caitlin Johnstone highlights what Americans actually voted against in record numbers: not against Trump, but against abuse from mass media.
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.
We’re living in extraordinary times, Caitlin Johnstone suggests that you be present for it. “Please prioritize your mental health at this point in history.”
If you bought into the Trump administration’s completely unsubstantiated claims about Soleimani, you have bought into unsubstantiated US government narratives.
Donald Trump has now taken aim at Iraq, refusing to comply with their request to leave … unless he’s compensated for an airbase.