« Some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives, though investigators have only just begun reviewing raw intelligence. Among the Intelligence Committee’s rank and file, there’s a tangible frustration over what one official called “wildly inflated” expectations surrounding the panel’s fledgling investigation. »
Catégorie : Society
« The press, like the Democratic Party, is an appendage of the consumer society. These institutions are not about politics or news. They are about imparting an experience. They create political personalities, marketed as celebrities, to make us feel good about candidates. These manufactured emotions, the product of the dark arts of the public relations industry, determine how we vote. Issues and policies are irrelevant. »
« Legendary NSA whistleblower William Binney (and creator of NSA’s global surveillance system) confirmed to Fox News, that President Trump is « absolutely right » to claim he was wiretapped and monitored… he was. »
We don’t think all outrage is self-serving. Some of it is truly altruistic and of the sort that changes the world for the better. On the other hand, when people get outraged on cue, on certain sanctioned topics but not on glaring injustices or even horrors that don’t happen to be PC, then we suspect it is about something else than anger at injustice. It’s called « faux outrage » and its causes are…
« Vaccines are big business. Pharma is a trillion-dollar industry with vaccines accounting for $25 billion in annual sales. CDC’s decision to add a vaccine to the schedule can guarantee its manufacturer millions of customers and billions in revenue with minimal advertising or marketing costs and complete immunity from lawsuits. »
There is a legend according to which capitalism and slavery are mutually exclusive. It is only a legend. The truth is, the lower the wages, the higher the profits.
If Trump wants to « make America great again », the first thing he should do, even before repatriating outsourced jobs, is to eliminate free prison labor. That would yield masses of jobs, probably in the tens of thousands, for everyday Americans.
As opposed to what that piece retrieved from Zerohedge says, of course there is an end in sight. One could even call it a silver bullet: just ban the medical prescriptions of opioids nationwide, save for life-threatening conditions, like in every sane country.
That is not what the USA considers because it is not « good business ». So the US will just carry on with their phoney « War On Drugs » while people will be high and hooked on legal prescription meds all over the country. And then, when cured and no more able to get their dose on medical grounds, striving to get their high in the street.
Yet again, she comes crushing false narratives. Is truth-telling Tulsi Gabbard the only chance of survival for the Democratic Party?
« For those who want to taste the reality, the best advice would be: enter Beijing and let Beijing speak for itself, without an intermediary or ‘interpreter’. But could it be done? Aren’t biases already too deeply engrained in the psyche of most of the people worldwide, people that are bombarded by professional disinformation campaigns manufactured by the West and its mouthpieces? »
« The media landscape in America is dominated by “fake news.” It has been for decades. This fake news does not emanate from the Kremlin. It is a multibillion-dollar-a-year industry that is skillfully designed and managed by public relations agencies, publicists and communications departments on behalf of individuals, government and corporations to manipulate public opinion. »