Tag: corporate media

My thoughts on Charlottesville

If anyone out there was still laboring under the apprehension that the corporate media can be trusted, the news coverage of the “Unite the Right” (UTR) rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is definitive proof that the corporate media……


Propaganda as policy

We cannot trust the corporate media. Mainstream news in particular consists of little more than propaganda. This includes “gray” propaganda, comprising corporate “sponsored news” reports that are merely thinly veiled advertisements or public relations messaging not attributed to an openly identified source, as well as black propaganda, consisting of pre-packaged lies straight from……


The curious lack of motive

The recent spate of mass casualty events have a curious common thread: the utter lack of a concrete motive.

Of course the media will speculate, jump to conclusions and interpret according to a particular political agenda or predetermined narrative—anything but investigate and report verifiable facts, incomplete though they may be. If there……