Introduction to Propaganda

Academy of Ideas In this lecture we investigate the nature of propaganda. We examine what propaganda is, the difference between education and propaganda, the history of propaganda, the nature of political propaganda, and the role propaganda plays in modern democracies.

Opening the CIA’s Can of Worms

By Edward Curtin “The CIA and the media are part of the same criminal conspiracy,” wrote Douglas Valentine in his important book, The CIA As Organized Crime.  This is true.  The corporate mainstream media are stenographers for the national security… Read More ›

The Vaccine (Dis)Information War

By C.J. Hopkins | The Unz Review So, good news, folks! It appears that GloboCap’s Genetic Modification Division has come up with a miracle vaccine for Covid! It’s an absolutely safe, non-experimental, messenger-RNA vaccine that teaches your cells to produce… Read More ›

Dr. Steve Pieczenik Triples Down

Pure Q bullshit. I’m posting this for entertainment purposes. It really is comical. Trump has no social media accounts left, they shut his email accounts down, banks he does business with are closing his accounts, people and q-tards who were… Read More ›

Truth in America R.I.P.

By Paul Craig Roberts | IPE In “freedom and democracy” America there is only official truth, and it is a lie.  A person or website that speaks real truth is shunted aside as a “conspiracy theorist,” “Russian agent,” “racist,” “anti-semite,”… Read More ›

Virus of Mass Destruction

By C.J. Hopkins | The Unz Review There comes a point in the introduction of every new official narrative when people no longer remember how it started. Or, rather, they remember how it started, but not the propaganda that started… Read More ›

Misinfodemic, Worse Than The Coronavirus

Red Ice TV The United Nations, the World Health Organization and the mainstream media is now mounting massive opposition to something they say is worse than the spread of the Coronavirus. Namely, the spread of information by non-authoritative voices online.

Propaganda: Made in the USA

By Charlie Robinson | Activist Post “My old job at the State Department was what people used to joke as the Chief Propagandist job. We haven’t talked about propaganda. Propaganda, I’m not against propaganda, every country does it and they… Read More ›

The Art of Gaslighting

By Cynthia Chung | Strategic Culture For those who have not seen the 1944 psychological thriller “Gaslight” directed by George Cukor, I would highly recommend you do so since there is an invaluable lesson contained within, that is especially applicable… Read More ›