Caitlin Johnstone: How to Spot a Media Psy-Op

Caitlin Johnstone

How To Spot A Media Psy-Op

What I’ll be sharing with you here are verifiable matters of public record which I encourage you to independently investigate if anything you read here is new to you. I emphasize this not because I want you to believe me, but because we need as many eyes on this stuff as possible. The American political establishment appears to have settled into an aggressive disinformation campaign against its own citizens as a result of the way it lost control of the narrative in 2016, and that campaign is only escalating.

 

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Mar 29

Yoda: Yes, There IS a Deep State USA…

Deep State USA, very much yes.

“There is no American Deep State…it just looks like there is”

by Kit, Off-Guardian.org, 21 March 2017

Last week the New Yorker, and yesterday Salon magazine, published editorials arguing against the very existence of an “American Deep State”. The arguments presented are very…interesting. Both are, perhaps, classic cases of protesting too much.

Read full article that skewers the lying corrupt “fake news” mainstream media in the USA.

Tip of the Hat to GlobalResearch for pointing to the original.

See Also:

Deep State @ Phi Beta Iota

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Mar 25

Berto Jongman: New York Times, Part of the Deep State, Asserts the Deep State Does Not Exist; Fake News — and the Deep State — Are Imploding…

Categories: Corruption,Media

Berto Jongman

What Happens When You Fight a ‘Deep State’ That Doesn’t Exist

Though Mr. Trump has not publicly used the phrase, allies and sympathetic news media outlets have repurposed “deep state” from its formal meaning — a network of civilian and military officials who control or undermine democratically elected governments — to a pejorative meant to accuse civil servants of illegitimacy and political animus.

It is akin to Mr. Trump’s appropriation of “fake news,” a term that originally described rumor mills but one that he has used against any outlet that reports real news unfavorable to his administration.

Much as his use of “fake news” miscasts reporting as lying, “deep state” presents apolitical civil servants as partisan agents. And it mischaracterizes those officials, who seek to defend their place within the system, by presenting them as acting against that system.

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Mar 25