Posts Tagged ‘censorship’

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After the advertising scandal on we see more evidence that Google is directly attacking WeAreChange.

“They said it’s sensitive content.”
-Luke R.

How Google Adsense Is Censoring WeAreChange and Independent Media


Colombian Report on US Military’s Child Rapes Not Newsworthy to US News Outlets

Fukushima Cancers

Posted: February 9, 2015 in -
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Already, 85 children have had surgeries for thyroid cancer, there are 112-113 children who are suspected of having cancer. When children get cancers it progresses very quickly. The former person in charge of health, Yamashita Shunichi, said it would be only a 1 in a million chance of children getting any kind of cancer because of radiation. But he was lying. Right now, it’s like 1 in 3,000 — it’s an epidemic

The head of the National Cancer Research Center estimated right now in Fukushima the rate of cancer has gone up 61 times. And yet the gov’t and also the hospitals related to the gov’t are saying this is not because of radiation.

Report From Fukushima And The Abe Government Expansion And Export Of Nuclear Plants


5 Reasons that Both Mainstream Media – and Gatekeeper “Alternative” Websites – Are Pro-War:

Why U.S. Reporters Are Always Pro-War


​BBC documentary ‘Bitter Lake’ is ‘too dangerous’ for TV

As not seen on BBC television

Though commentators have made much of Curtis only releasing the film online, on the BBC iPlayer, they fail to explain that’s because the BBC’s television channels did not commission it – and online did. That decision is the commissioning editor’s. In the cult of television, could it simply be that the vicious truth is okay for kids – what, with all those wacky YouTube videos – but too much for the masses?



You’d better think hard on that first amendment protection we have here. Without it we’d already have an Iran styled begging for permission architecture…

Tailored censorship? Iran unveils ‘smart’ web filters


Programming YOU.

Facebook: Colonialism 2.0. Managing Public Perception. The Pinnacle of Social Engineering