Investigative Journalist For CBS News Exposes How Mainstream Media Brainwashe... November 29th, 2015 | by hqanon.
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Why We Shouldn't Trust The News AnonHQ. Smartphone Addiction Kills Real Life. Nowadays smartphones take almost all our spare time, we think that we are social active, we have friends and we are good company, but all of this is illusion.
In reality we are getting miserable with every extra minute spent chatting, taking selfless, checking instagram. Actually we build a wall between community, nature and ourselves. While trying to take the best selfie near historical building we do not notice the building and its historical features at all, main idea for us is to take a good selfie.
Instead of spending time walking in the forest we sit on the sofa in four walls and breath fake air-conditioned air. Real friends meetings and conversations die and internet substitutes it. Explosm.net unknown. War, Propaganda and the Media: A Detailed Primer on the Tactics of Modern War... By Anup Shah / globalissues.org We must remember that in time of war what is said on the enemy’s side of the front is always propaganda, and what is said on our side of the front is truth and righteousness, the cause of humanity and a crusade for peace. — Walter Lippmann.
Spy Agency's Secret Plans to Foster Online "Conformity" and "Obedience" Exposed. With never-before-seen documents accompanied by new reporting on Monday, The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald and Andrew Fishman are offering a more in-depth look than ever into how a secretive unit of the UK's GCHQ surveillance agency used a host of psychological methods and online subterfuge in order to manipulate the behavior of individuals and groups through the internet and other digital forms of communication.
According to the reporting, the latest documents, which were leaked to journalists by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Among the most troubling revelations is a 42-page internal JTRIG memo that describes in detail how the elite unit developed, maintained, and apparently sought to expand its "scientific and psychological research into how human thinking and behavior can be influenced" in order to increase its ability to "manipulate public opinion" via online tools like email, social media, video, discussion forums, and other platforms.
Google Bullies, Censors MintPress & AntiWar.com Over Abu Ghraib Photos. MintPress News and AntiWar.com have both been targeted by Google AdSense with threats to kill ad revenue for publishing the infamous photos of Abu Ghraib detainee torture by American troops.
Many are left wondering if this is an attempt to control the narrative on the war in Iraq. Cia owns media. Wiki. Let us think for u. What u must do. Take us to your leader. Old photos.
Power of books. Media deception. Evolution of tv. Read a book. People from the press. Operation Mockingbird. Internet is serious business. Freedom & democracy. Trutherbot on censorship. No to Internet censorship. Censorship. Keep it classified. Power of the internet. Orwell/Huxley. Brainwashing. Protesting. Handicapped. Shape minds. Book vs tv. CIA disinformation. Journalism vs PR. Why not try a book? Book vs TV. How'd u like this wrapped? Lessen the grip of terrorism. How the Media Conditions, Controls, and Programs Society. The Best Evidence You Have Ever Seen That Puppet Masters Script Mainstream Ne... Google Alerts British News Outlets About Deleting Their Links. Photo LONDON – A week after Google started to remove links to online content in Europe, some examples of the type of information that is to be taken down have started to emerge.
A number of British media outlets, including the BBC and The Guardian, say that they have received notification from Google explaining which of their online articles will no longer show up in European online searches. (The links, however, are still available on Google.com) The links include an article about Stan O’Neal, the former chief of the investment bank Merrill Lynch, and articles related to a Scottish soccer referee. In the BBC article, Robert Peston, the organization’s economics editor, wrote in 2007 about the role of Mr. It is unclear whether the individuals specifically mentioned in the articles asked for links to the information to be removed, or whether others had submitted requests to Google. For links to be removed, individuals must make requests related to specific names. CIA employee’s quest to release information ‘destroyed my entire career’
His CIA career included assignments in Africa, Afghanistan and Iraq, but the most perilous posting for Jeffrey Scudder turned out to be a two-year stint in a sleepy office that looks after the agency’s historical files.
It was there that Scudder discovered a stack of articles, hundreds of histories of long-dormant conflicts and operations that he concluded were still being stored in secret years after they should have been shared with the public. To get them released, Scudder submitted a request under the Freedom of Information Act — a step that any citizen can take, but one that is highly unusual for a CIA employee. Four years later, the CIA has released some of those articles and withheld others.