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GULAG is an Ideological State Apparatus

The Silicon Valley Gulag 12/23/2019 / By News Editors The near-homogeneity of Silicon Valley political beliefs has gone from wry punchline to national crisis in the United States. The monoculture of virtue signaling and high- and heavy-handed woke corporate leftism at places like Google, Twitter, and Facebook was once a source of chagrin for those who found …

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“Propaganda always wins, if you allow it.”

Hold The Front Page: The Reporters Are Missing And Journalism Is Dead  09/22/2018  Authored by John Pilger via ConsortiumNews.com, So much of mainstream journalism has descended to the level of a cult-like formula of bias, hearsay and omission. Subjectivism is all; slogans and outrage are proof enough. What matters is ‘perception’… The death of Robert …

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Your List of Media Where the ‘News’ Is Censored — And Where It’s Not

A List of Media Where the ‘News’ Is Censored — And Where It’s Not Posted on September 20, 2015 by Eric Zuesse. —— A good test of the extent to which a given news-medium censors out news that the aristocracy (especially the people who control international corporations — the people who possess the ultimate authority …

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How Regimes Can Quell Social Movements Before they Begin

    By Gregory Maus/foreign affairs Dictators constantly face a dilemma: crushing dissent to terrify (but anger) the populace or tolerating protests and offering reforms to keep the public at bay (but embolden dissidents in the process). Instead of relying on gut instinct, experience, or historical precedent, autocrats now have advances in data analytics and …

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Republican Party: Practices Intellectual Laziness And Dishonesty

    When Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney used the idiom “Obamacare” at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), it was another sign of how the Republican Party practices intellectual laziness and dishonesty. It also signified a lengthy “rewording” campaign to manipulate Americans. Starting in 1990, Republican leaders issued a list …

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China’s Internet Paradox

In recent years Internet-based campaigns–efforts that often blossom on bulletin boards and blogs in hours or days–have pressured the Chinese government to release prisoners, launch investigations into scandals such as the kidnapping of boys conscripted into slave labor, and imprison corrupt government officials. “The Internet has empowered the Chinese people more than the combined effects …

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