Posts Tagged ‘agitprop’



How to Spot a Shill in Eight Easy Steps
In the Bernie campaign, it was the idea of “inevitability” that was used to puncture the enthusiasm of Berners. According to “Confessions of a Hillary Shill” on reddit, the hammering of the word “inevitable” in relation to Hillary was a totally deliberate construct of the PR firm employing the shills.
Hey – how do you know I’m not a shill?



Because I have thousands of posts right here, consistent, public, searchable. And thousands elsewhere, all over the fucking net. That’s pretty hard to fake. It takes years and years.  I back up my statements with sources, something 95%+ of the public is too lazy or ignorant to bother about. I actually care about veracity and credibility.

I don’t lose debates.

Men in Black … not so far from the truth, according to Mirage Makers.

The real Men in Black, Hollywood and the great UFO cover-up

In a new documentary, US government agents claim they spent decades giving fake evidence of extraterrestrials to gullible ufologists. But why? And how can we trust them now?



Ties into Edward Snowden revelations about deliberate covert deception:

The Art of Deception


“Energy companies have recently found more than 700m barrels of commercially viable oil in the pristine Albertine Graben region, representing the first major petroleum strike in east Africa.  Tullow Oil, the FTSE 100 company leading the exploration, believes the exploitable deposits could exceed 1.5bn barrels…” (Guardian)

Was Joseph Kony chased out of Uganda years ago, and more recently out of Congo as well?

 “On Tuesday a Congolese general said Kony and other LRA leaders have been chased out of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the neighbouring Central African Republic and no longer pose a threat in his country.”  (Globalresearch)

And yet US Special Forces have been sent IN to Uganda, where Kony isn’t, and this bit of agit-prop comes out to legitimize their mission?

“Ugandan and Congolese forces failed to eradicate the guerrillas during a military operation that began in December 2008. The group now flits between CAR, DRC and Southern Sudan.” [NOT Uganda](Guardian)

While Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army is not actually in Uganda, a large reserve of oil apparently is:

“When oil executives announced the discovery of the largest onshore oil reserves in the Lake Albert region of Uganda in July 2009, the landlocked, oft-neglected East African nation of Uganda went from relative obscurity to a key partner for multi-national oil conglomerates.” (Corbett)

Africom continues to train the Ugandan military. Africom also took the “lead” in the illegal assault on Libya last year. US forces are active across Africa, mostly under the radar of US mainstream audiences.

For decades child soldiers and atrocities have been committed across Africa, and the US didn’t care at all.  Now that oil has been discovered, it’s time to save the children (even if the problem is two countries away).

Smells rotten.  Like all war propaganda.