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Propaganda and War: Iraq and Beyond
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December 10, 2005

The Widening Wasteland of the American Media: Advertisements, Infomercials and Stacatto News - by Ralph Nader - There are times when unchallenged commercial greed morphs into institutional insanity. I am referring to the overall advertising-saturated, trivialized performance of the media conglomerates' utilization of our public airwaves 24 hours a day and their dominance of the ever-expanding scores of cable channels.
(848 views)

How the CIA Paid for Judy Miller's Stories: All the News That's Fit to Buy - By 1953 Operation Mockingbird had a major influence over 25 newspapers and wire agencies, including the New York Times, Time, CBS, Time. Wisner's operations were funded by siphoning of funds intended for the Marshall Plan. Some of this money was used to bribe journalists and publishers."
(884 views)


December 9, 2005

Internet Censorship: The Warning Signs Were Not Hidden - America On Line, Microsoft, Yahoo and others are slowly turning the Internet into an information superhighway dominated by barricades, toll booths, off-ramps that lead to dead ends, choke points, and security checks.
(743 views)

Rumsfeld's Handshake Deal With Saddam: History out of media bounds - Today, inside the corporate media frame, history can be supremely relevant when it focuses on Hussein's torture and genocide. But the historic assistance of the U.S. government and American firms is largely off the subject and beside the point.
(846 views)

The War on Christmas - The coup d’etat is almost complete. Corporate America, the FOX like media, and the fundamentalist owned GOP have seduced religious-minded America. What better way to excite gullible Christians, amass more offerings, and generate corporate earnings than a fabricated war on Christmas? At the next FOX board meeting after Christmas, O’Reilly, Gibson, and Hannity can join CEO Rupert Murdoch and their GOP legislative lackeys in singing, "What a friend we have in Jesus"!
(779 views)


December 8, 2005

95 per cent US dailies ignored report on torture of Iraqi prisoners - Military autopsy reports provide indisputable proof that detainees are being tortured to death while in US military custody. Yet the corporate media of the United States (US) is covering it with the seriousness of a garage sale for the local Baptist Church, media research organisation Project Censored has said.
(771 views)


December 6, 2005

Propagating propaganda - Suddenly certain media pundits have "discovered" that our government is fabricating news, and planting it in the Iraqi press? Hey, I've got news for you guys, since the end of the Vietnam War the corporate media have been disseminating "all the news the state views as fit to print."
(1156 views)


December 5, 2005

Propaganda and bribery - The Bush administration will pay both at home and in Iraq for buying puff pieces in the media.
(723 views)


December 4, 2005

Damaging Disclosures and the Plot to Bomb al-Jazeera - Interesting how it is a crime to reveal a war crime (or potential war crime), deemed a "damaging disclosure," and Keogh and O’Connor may actually go to prison while Bush and Blair will be free to become "elder statesmen" advising others on how best to kill innocent civilians and journalists.
(954 views)

Television Lies - Advertising claims serve the same function as body blows in boxing, which soften up the fighter before the uppercut to the head puts him out. Television lies train people so that in the end, they will accept almost any kind of propaganda from our incompetent and ill-intentioned government.
(991 views)


December 3, 2005

US press echoes consensus in ruling elite to continue slaughter in Iraq - The most prominent editorial voices of corporate America, from the ultra-right Wall Street Journal to the New York Times, the leading voice of upper-class liberalism, despite disputes over tactics and methods, agree that there is no alternative to using whatever level of violence is required for the United States to remain in control of the oil-rich Mideast country.
(853 views)


December 2, 2005

Failing at its "No. 1 goal": Lack of balance at C-SPAN’s Washington Journal - Despite C-SPAN’s stated goals, Extra!’s study found Washington Journal skewing rightward, favoring Republican and right-of-center interview subjects by considerable margins over Democratic and left-of-center guests. The study also found that women, people of color and public interest viewpoints were substantially underrepresented.
(1146 views)

The War on Al Jazeera - ...if a President who claims to be using the US military to liberate countries in order to spread freedom then conspires to destroy media that fail to echo his sentiments, he does not merely disgrace his office and soil the reputation of his country. He attacks a fundamental principle, freedom of the press--particularly a dissenting and disagreeable press--upon which that country was founded.
(822 views)


December 1, 2005

Bushcons Sunny Side the Horror of Iraq - Fake and heavily spun news has emanated from the corporate media since (and before) the CIA launched Operation Mockingbird in the late 40s. ABC, NBC, CBS, Time, Newsweek, Associated Press, United Press International, Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard, Copley News Service, etc., ad nauseam, have worked hand-in-glove with spooks and government overlords for decades...
(897 views)

Probe exposes criminal methods in Republican right takeover of US Public TV - A report issued by the inspector general of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) reveals that its former chairman, Kenneth Tomlinson, violated federal laws in his efforts to refashion public radio and television as propaganda organs for the Republican right and the Bush administration. The report suggests that the entire CPB board was to one degree or another complicit in Tomlinson’s actions.
(1061 views)

If you can't shoot the messenger, lock him up - The U.S. has looked at the media it can't control as the "enemy."
(916 views)


November 30, 2005

Is the media ever balanced and fair? - The mainstream media does not really present something called "the news." The news is shaped and created, not simply presented. What is presented as news is based on a number of factors, not least of which is the fact that the folks who own news empires are very rich capitalists whose outlook on the world is shared by the rest of the ruling class with whom they rub elbows.
(742 views)


November 28, 2005

Hollywood, Iraq and 9/11: Reinforcing the Party Line - The criminal elements of the government that carried out 9/11 are hopeful that these re-enactments will put people to sleep and reduce skepticism of their fairy tale official version of events.
(849 views)


November 27, 2005

Neocons Floated Idea of Bombing Al Jazeera Before - Is this the first time someone suggested bombing al Jazeera out of existence? I had a hunch that it had been talked about, on some level, and made its way up to the President, who was probably keen on the idea, personally.
(918 views)


November 26, 2005

Congressional Theater, Media Illusions and Controlling the Debate - Layers of Duplicity and Deceit
(790 views)

Dumbing Down the Audience - by Ralph Nader - All this junk television is transmitted, without the stations paying rent, to us for the public airwaves that we the people own.
(736 views)

Al-Jazeera seeks "US bomb" talks - A senior al-Jazeera executive is in the UK to demand publication of a memo in which George Bush allegedly discusses bombing the TV station's HQ.
(748 views)


November 25, 2005

Federation of Journalists accuses US over killing Al-Jazeera reporter - According to the IFJ, which has been campaigning for justice in some 16 cases where journalists and media staff have died at the hands of US troops in the Iraq conflict, there was no US investigation or proper report on why the attack in which journalist Tareq Ayyoub was killed took place.
(973 views)

Arab TV staff blast Bush "threat" - Staff at Arabic news broadcaster al-Jazeera have held protests over UK media reports that US President George W Bush wanted to attack its Qatar HQ.
(775 views)


November 24, 2005

Beyond That Memo: Bush Wanted al-Jazeera Gone - What al-Jazeera was doing in Fallujah is exactly what it was doing when the United States bombed its offices in Afghanistan in 2001 and when U.S. forces killed al-Jazeera's Baghdad correspondent, Tareq Ayoub, during the April 2003 occupation of Baghdad. Al-Jazeera was witnessing and reporting on events Washington did not want the world to see.
(698 views)

Woodward's definition of "journalism"? Reporting Bush administration falsehoods as "their point of view" - Under the guise of expressing their "point of view," administration officials were given a forum in which to make numerous questionable and even categorically false statements about the Iraq war, without refutation. In many instances, Woodward knew or should have known of evidence that undermined or refuted their "views."
(690 views)

Deal signed on downloading piracy - What is not known is how many of the 45 million users of BitTorrent search for files to download via the BitTorrent.com site. Many other websites let people search for so-called "torrents" or simply list the most popular ones for people to download and these sites could be unaffected by the deal.
(921 views)

US,UK asked to explain Jazeera memo - Journalists' rights groups are urging the United States and Britain to provide clarification of a report that suggests US President George Bush sought to bomb Aljazeera.
(687 views)

New Video Game where players "fight FOR the new world order" - With authentic Special Forces firearms, a full arsenal of technologically advanced gadgets, and night-fighting stealth tactics, the covert armies give you even more weapons in your fight for the new world order.
(953 views)


November 23, 2005

US secures continued control of Internet naming system - The decision has been presented in the US media as a victory for "common sense" and against "government control of the Internet," but in fact maintains the government control which already exists—the unilateral control of the US government.
(702 views)

UK gags paper over Aljazeera memo - Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper has been ordered to cease publishing further details from an allegedly top secret memo revealing that US President George Bush wanted to bomb Aljazeera.
(1100 views)


November 22, 2005

Group condemns attacks on journalists - The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders organisation has strongly condemned the use of violence to intimidate journalists in Egypt.
(1059 views)

Memo: Bush wanted Aljazeera bombed - ... Bush wanted to attack the satellite channel's headquarters in Doha, Qatar.
(885 views)


November 20, 2005

Citizen Groups Fight Corporates for Free Internet in US Cities - Despite strong opposition from giant telecommunications corporations, a growing number of cities across the United States are preparing plans to provide free, high-speed wireless Internet access to their low-income residents.
(756 views)


November 18, 2005

Bush's War on the Press - ...with its unprecedented campaign to undermine and, where possible, eliminate independent journalism, the Bush Administration has demonstrated astonishing contempt for the Constitution and considerable fear of an informed public.
(958 views)


November 17, 2005

Privacy advocates blast Web surveillance bill - Federal provision would give police forces additional Internet surveillance abilities.
(693 views)


November 16, 2005

Product placement comes to the fore - ...is hidden advertising a fact of life in modern entertainment?
(917 views)

It's The Skepticism, Stupid: How the Media Can Restore Credibility - Embedded reporters are whores.
(887 views)

US retains hold of the internet - The US has won its fight to stay in charge of the internet, despite opposition from many nations.
(728 views)


November 15, 2005

NBC Chief: Liberals Don't Watch TV - ...recent history suggests that MSNBC makes programming decisions based more on politics than audience share. That was why Phil Donahue's MSNBC show was cancelled, even though it was the channel's highest-rated program at the time, averaging over 400,000 viewers when it was cancelled.
(717 views)

Former CPB Head Reportedly Broke Rules, Ethics Code - The former chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting repeatedly violated the organization's contracting rules and code of ethics in his efforts to promote conservatives in the system, according to an internal investigation released today.
(872 views)

The Weekly Standard’s War - ...in a sense the Iraq War is Bill Kristol’s War as much as it is George W. Bush’s and Dick Cheney’s, and the Standard is the vehicle that made it possible. It should go down in history as Rupert Murdoch’s War as well, and thus becomes by far the most significant historical event ever to be shaped by the Murdoch media.
(729 views)


November 14, 2005

The Corporate Media's threat to Freedom - There's no similarity between the corporate media and a "free press".
(711 views)


November 13, 2005

U.S. Fights to Remain the Ultimate Webmaster - International efforts to break down the digital barriers facing the world's poor will backfire if governments fail to work out their differences on the issue of internet governance...
(691 views)


November 12, 2005

Feds' Net-wiretap order set to kick in - On Monday, the clock starts ticking for broadband and Net-phone providers to make it easier for law enforcement to conduct surveillance on users of their networks.
(690 views)


November 10, 2005

China curbs text messaging, citing its "massive influence" - The Chinese government last week issued new guidelines that seek to limit the use of cell phones for text messaging.
(933 views)


November 8, 2005

Grokster Downloading Service to Shut Down - Grokster Ltd., which lost a Supreme Court fight over file-sharing software used for stealing songs and movies online, agreed Monday to shut down and pay $50 million to settle piracy complaints by Hollywood and the music industry.
(680 views)

Newspaper circulation falls 2.6 percent - The declines show an acceleration of a years-long trend of falling circulation at daily newspapers as more people, especially young adults, turn to the Internet for news and as newspapers cut back on less profitable circulation.
(741 views)


November 7, 2005

Film file-sharer sent to prison - Chan...was arrested in January for uploading three Hollywood movies - Daredevil, Red Planet and Miss Congeniality - onto the internet without a licence.
(764 views)


November 6, 2005

Al Jazeera cameraman beaten by soldiers - Mazzawi was filming a demonstration at the Israeli-built separation barrier when he was beaten by Israeli soldiers and subsequently detained for several hours.
(867 views)

America Online (AOL): Made in Langley, VA - Another fact about AOL that belies its true function is the composition of its Board of Directors. Here you will find such high-level military/intelligence assets as General Colin Powell and General Alexander Haig.
(800 views)


November 5, 2005

The Consequences of Covering Up - Washington Post withholds info on secret prisons at government request
(661 views)

The Dynamic Unification of South America vs. U.S. Foreign Policy and Global Corporate Empire - Yesterday, on our computers via Telesur, we had the pleasure of watching President Chavez of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as he spoke at the international summit at Mar del Plata in Argentina. He spoke to the massive, attending crowd and to all of Latin America via the Argentinian satellite. We also watched the impressive transcontinental protests against U.S. economic policies (e.g. FTAA), the U.S. war on the people of Iraq and against the very presence of George Walker Bush on their soil. Of course none of this was shown in it's depth or breadth by the corporate media in the U.S.
(895 views)


November 4, 2005

Big Brother to vet your messages - Guidelines released yesterday by the Australian Communications and Media Authority suggest chat rooms employ legions of human moderators to intervene, block or modify messages being sent between users.
(785 views)

Mainstream Media to American Democracy: Drop Dead! - It's been a full two weeks now since the non-partisan Government Accountability Office (GAO came out with their 107-page report [PDF] confirming what so many of us have been trying to ring the bell about for so long: The Electronic Voting Machines which are proliferating counties and states across America even as I type, are not secure, not accountable, not recountable, not transparent, not accurate and not adequately monitored or certified by anybody. The Mainstream Corporate Media couldn't care less.
(1456 views)

US-Backed Arab TV Network to be Investigated - Officials declined to elaborate on the precise nature of the allegations but said they involved procurement and contracting. There was also concern that viewing figures might be inflated.
(844 views)

Tomlinson quits public broadcasting board - Kenneth Tomlinson, the former board chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting accused by critics of trying to politicize public television and radio, has resigned from the board, it said on Thursday.
(857 views)


November 1, 2005

The Return of Jeff Gannon! Ex-White House Favorite Finds New Outlet in Gay Papers - Chris Crain, the editor of The Washington Blade and chief editorial boss of Window Media's other gay papers, says his Op-Ed page is simply offering fresh and challenging opinion when it decides to publish occasional columns by Jeff Gannon.
(1063 views)

"Latin CNN" broadcasts first news - The new pan-Latin American TV channel Telesur, backed by the Venezuelan government, has started broadcasting a full schedule of news bulletins.
(970 views)


October 31, 2005

Sprawl & Crawl - Big Brother calling - If you've had your cell phone on while driving around Baltimore over the past six months, you've probably been part of an experiment.
(837 views)


October 30, 2005

Cheney-staffer-turned-reporter now covering Libby indictment for NBC News' - In 1986, Williams "joined the Washington, DC staff of then Congressman Dick Cheney as press secretary and a legislative assistant.
(923 views)


October 29, 2005

“Embedded Crony”: Bob Woodward Shows His True Colors - Woodward is so deeply embedded with Bush, Cheney, Rove and the rest of the gang that their interests are now completely his. All of his books, all his past and future reporting, should be read in that light.
(938 views)

What Patrick Fitzgerald didn't say and the Media didn't ask - With inattentiveness of the corporate media and non-presence of the left-wing media, the American public continues to suffer from news neglect. We have 24 hours of news availability on hundreds of television stations in hundreds of markets, but we do not get our necessary ration of truth and facts to allow our democracy to stay healthy. When the government and the complicit media completely control the content of the news, the public only hears what it is supposed to hear, and this favors the status quo, not the real public interest.
(740 views)


October 27, 2005

WARNING: AOL is looking at you, kid! - AOL has been since its inception an operating entity of the US intelligence apparatus.
(789 views)

AOL Hires Cheney Daughter - America Online Inc. hired Mary Cheney, the 36-year-old daughter of Vice President Cheney, to offer advice on building up Web site businesses, a company spokesman said yesterday.
(703 views)

Blogger's Scoop: New CBS News Boss Donated to Bush Re-Election Bid in 2004 - ...the new boss of CBS News, Sean McManus, donated $250 to the Bush-Cheney re-election bid in 2004, while shunning John Kerry.
(740 views)


October 26, 2005

Order broadens surveillance of Internet users - In a serious attack on democratic rights, the US government has greatly increased the scope of legislation introduced in 1994, regarding the electronic monitoring of telecommunications providers.
(745 views)

Journalism – Increasingly Endangered - In many places a bullet is the cheapest and most effective form of censorship. It removes permanently the pesky reporter and intimidates his or her colleagues into silence or flight.
(708 views)


October 24, 2005

U.S. Ranks 44th in Worldwide Press Freedom Index - Nation's openness sinking after Sept. 11, northern Europe tops the list
(1073 views)

Colleges Protest Call to Upgrade Online Systems - The federal government, vastly extending the reach of an 11-year-old law, is requiring hundreds of universities, online communications companies and cities to overhaul their Internet computer networks to make it easier for law enforcement authorities to monitor e-mail and other online communications.
(689 views)


October 23, 2005

Fascist Ann Coulter Wants to Kill First Amendment - For Coulter, calling for the destruction of the First Amendment comes easily, as it does for all authoritarians and fascists.
(1241 views)

Web snooping vital, spy agency boss says - The head of Canada's eavesdropping agency says it needs to own the Internet to combat terrorism.
(760 views)


October 22, 2005

Media at a Huge Crossroads, 25 Years After Reagan's Triumph - A quarter of a century ago, conservative Republicans captured the White House. Today, a more extreme incarnation of the GOP’s right wing has a firm grip on the executive branch. None of it would have been possible without a largely deferential press corps.
(768 views)


October 21, 2005

Murdoch: Don't Fox With Local News - Fox News Channel's political agenda is coming to a local television station near you. GOP operative and Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes, the architect of the right-wing dominance of cable news, is now remaking 35 local television stations -- broadcasting to nearly 40 percent of America’s homes -- in Fox News Channel’s image. Currently, the worst of the ranting radicals like O'Reilly and Hannity are on Fox's cable channel. This would bring them to the airwaves.
(829 views)

Furor Grows Over Internet Bugging - A recent government order mandating that voice over internet protocol services must include the same government-approved wiretapping capabilities as traditional phone companies threatens to cripple peer-to-peer telephone innovation, according to new warnings from civil liberties groups and an internet telephony pioneer.
(1101 views)


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