It has now been eighteen years since the Iraq invasion, and I’m still not done raging about it. Nobody should be.
Until dismantling the current propaganda engine becomes something we focus on achieving, none of the more favorable agendas that benefit us will ever come to pass.
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.
The narrative is crumbling. This is good. People are more aware than ever that anything they see can be propaganda or disinformation.
If you bought into the Trump administration’s completely unsubstantiated claims about Soleimani, you have bought into unsubstantiated US government narratives.
As a result of El Paso and Dayton, U.S. lawmakers are openly discussing domestic terrorism laws. However, laws made in the aftermath of tragedy have burned us before.
Despite data showing the opposite, Netflix has repeatedly denied that it leans to the left. Apparently, politics doesn’t enter into it. So, why did they give the Obamas a multi-project deal?
The viral videos depicting Iranian women dancing in the street in defiance of their government is propaganda, it just looks different.