Posts Tagged ‘dissent’

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This is how you brainwash a society

They are creating an environment where censorship is the norm here in the “Land of the Free.”

More troubling still, Newsguard — by virtue of its deep connections to government and Silicon Valley — is lobbying to have its rankings of news sites installed by defaulton computers in U.S. public libraries, schools, and universities as well as on all smartphones and computers sold in the United States.

How a NeoCon-Backed “Fact Checker” Plans to Wage War on Independent Media

 

Here’s the real issue:

The Washington Post, whose $600 million conflict of interest with the CIA goes unnoted by Newsguard, has also published false stories since the 2016 election, including one article that falsely claimed that “Russian hackers” had tapped into Vermont’s electrical grid.

 

By their own bullshit you shall know them…

 

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After shown to be ass clowns of the lowest order, and even disavowed by the equally corrupt Washington Post, PROPORNOT still grinds on. Today they discovered the Political Film Blog.

So, let’s look at what they’re claiming, shall we?

FALSE CLAIM 1:

“This is what Russian-Assad regime propaganda looks like…”

FALSE.

The source is clearly: Theodore A. Postol Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Postol’s name is even identified in the Tweet they have chosen to demonize.

So, according to propaganda front “Propornot” Theodore Postol of MIT is an agent of Russia and/or Syria. Oh really? Where’s that evidence, clowns?

FALSE CLAIM 2:

“It wants to muddy the waters around Assad’s history of chemical weapons massacres” (sic)

FALSE.

Glaringly false again. They first assume the conclusion and then demonize anyone who would investigate what actually happened and what verifiable evidence supports it. They do this deliberately, knowingly, and are themselves the propagandists in this discussion.

This is an anti-propaganda blog. “Propornot” is the kind of propaganda we do not tolerate, and will continue to discredit. It’s pretty easy, too, since they do most of the heavy lifting discrediting themselves.

Washington Post’s ‘Fake News’ Guilt

PS THE PLOT THICKENS

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One hour before the “Propornot” Tweet, the Postol post was noticed by ELIOT HIGGINS.

Coincidence?

I think we may have a lead as to who is behind these anonymous shit tossers.

Higgins was completely discredited for making up bogus claims about the Syrian military and the Ghouta 2013 Sarin attack. Is this what privatized covert intelligence operations/PSYOPS look like??? (Low-budget ones!)

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The Pathologization of Dissent

The message is, “get with the fucking program, or get stigmatized as an anti-Semite, or a racist, or a Russian spy, or whatever.” The message is, “drop the populist rhetoric, shut the hell up about the Wall Street banks, and the corporations, and the ‘one percent,’ and … actually … forget about politics completely, except for identity politics, of course.

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They did NOT appreciate Fact-Free Luminaries: Chomsky’s Chumpskes. I wonder why not?

Maybe I’m doing something right?

Or maybe it was exposing Chomsky’s latest Syria lie that put them over the top?

Just Caught Noam Fibbin Again

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Police State: US Military Plans to Crush Dissident Political Groups, Target Leaders with Sniper Fire

* Target leaders and “troublemakers” with sniper fire.

* Escalate from single shot small caliber fire to automatic large caliber.

* Close air support and indirect fire (artillery, mortars).

 

Links tweeted by WikiLeaks this week called attention to the development of crowd control doctrines by the US military, the most recent of which are codified in a US Army Techniques document dated April 2014, titled “Civil Disturbances.”

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

 

Posters Hanging in House of Trade Unions

 

Chris Hedges and other plaintiffs try in vain to keep the Obama military machine in check, even as the government claims the right to snatch and grab anyone on earth without DUE PROCESS OF LAW…

Fighting the Militarized State

If Section 1021(b)(2) is not struck down by the Supreme Court it will effectively overturn nearly 150 years of case law that repeatedly holds that the military has no jurisdiction over civilians. A U.S. citizen charged by the government with “substantially supporting” al-Qaida, the Taliban or those in the nebulous category of “associated forces” will be lawfully subject to extraordinary rendition on U.S. soil. Arrested citizens will languish in military jails, in the language of Section 1021(b)(2), until “the end of hostilities.”

This obliteration of the right to due process and a fair hearing in a court of law, along with the mass surveillance that has abolished our right to privacy, will be the legal foundation of our militarized, corporate state. Judge Forrest warned in her 112-page opinion that whole categories of Americans could, under this law, be subject to seizure by the military. She drew parallels between Section 1021(b)(2) and Korematsu v. United States, the 1944 Supreme Court ruling that supported the government’s use of the military to detain 110,000 Japanese-Americans in internment camps during World War II. Our case offers the court an opportunity, as several lawyers have pointed out, to not only protect almost 150 years of domestic law that forbids the military to carry out domestic policing but to repudiate the shameful Korematsu decision.

May as well add unaccountable torture, unlimited surveillance and show trials to the list of citizen grievances against Obama Incorporated.

 

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Hedges continues on Breaking the Set, mentioning totalitarianism.

 

 

 

 

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Beyond Vietnam

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“But they asked, and rightly so, “What about Vietnam?” They asked if our own nation wasn’t using massive doses of violence to solve its problems, to bring about the changes it wanted. Their questions hit home, and I knew that I could never again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first spoken clearly to the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today: my own government. For the sake of those boys, for the sake of this government, for the sake of the hundreds of thousands trembling under our violence, I cannot be silent.”

“The Vietnamese people proclaimed their own independence in 1954—in 1945 rather—after a combined French and Japanese occupation and before the communist revolution in China. They were led by Ho Chi Minh. Even though they quoted the American Declaration of Independence in their own document of freedom, we refused to recognize them. Instead, we decided to support France in its reconquest of her former colony. Our government felt then that the Vietnamese people were not ready for independence, and we again fell victim to the deadly Western arrogance that has poisoned the international atmosphere for so long.”

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The CIA’s role in demonizing dissent and discouraging investigation into official crimes. Abby Martin again talking about what you’re not allowed to say on corporate media.