BEWARE: The Documentary Deception, Fiction Presented as Fact to Deceive and Mislead

‘All art is propaganda. It is universally and inescabably propaganda; sometimes unconsciously, but often deliberately, propaganda.’ ~ Upton Sinclair
When we watch a documentary film I imagine most of us suppose it to be portraying factual information, not fiction. That, after all, is what would differentiate a documentary from other genres like drama or entertainment.
With this assumption in mind I have often wondered how broadcasters, filmmakers, festivals and prizegivers could be screening and celebrating ‘documentaries’ that purvey demonstrable untruths.
As luck would have it, with the International Film Festival being in town here in Edinburgh just now, I was able to get my answer from an industry expert.
It goes like this. When a company/organisation is pitched a documentary they don’t see it as their business to be acting as arbiters of truth. If the thing has good production values and they believe the public would have a real interest in seeing it, then they’ll consider it eligible for support. My expert gave an example: we can suppose that there are scores of biographies of a famous figure like President Kennedy, and that each one has a particular take on its subject; we can readily imagine that the different authors may consider others to be plain wrong in various particulars. These disagreements wouldn’t be the business of someone commissioning or showing the film to pronounce on.

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on JUNE 24, 2017.

Manipulating information is manipulating space and time

A presentation of information assembles its own space and time, its own continuum, which is then transported, through media, into public spaces – in the same way that a stage play takes place in its own universe, which is then presented to the audience.
We are talking about root factors, not simply an isolated story that attempts to deceive people. The flow of fake mainstream news, for example, goes on and on, day after day, imposing its own space-time on our own interior ‘territory.’
One continuum is inserted into another.
In my collection, The Matrix Revealed, I interview retired propaganda master, Ellis Medavoy (28 interviews, 290 pages). Ellis provides a level of insight that makes the modern founder of PR, Edward Bernays, seem like a little child with a few toys. Ellis understands the Great Game in a way that is unsurpassed. His grasp of human psychology (not the academic or therapeutic pseudoscience) is vital to understanding how real mind control is accomplished.

This post was published at Jon Rappoport on Jun 22, 2017.

My interviews on space-time manipulation

In my collection, The Matrix Revealed, I include interviews with retired propaganda master, Ellis Medavoy, and another set of interviews with brilliant hypnotherapist Jack True.
The total of these 71 text interviews is 610 pages.
Jack and Ellis provide startling insights into how space and time are manipulated in the Matrix, in order to produce mind-control effects that go deeper than deep.
At the same time, understanding how time and space are engineered leads to breakthroughs and revelations about how the individual can liberate himself from this labyrinth.
In that sense, The Matrix Revealed is really about consciousness and its operations – in a shacked and limited condition, and freed from limitations.
Everything I’ve written as a reporter for the past 34 years feeds into this exploration and discovery.
Eventually, all roads lead to mind control and mind freedom.
As a reporter, I’ve always kept my eye on the goal: liberation of individual power.
Space and time are elastic. The illusion that they must be accepted as they appear to be creates a self-defeating structure. That structure can be cracked and nullified.

This post was published at Jon Rappoport on June 16, 2017.

The Corporate Media Continues to Torch Its Reputation. Good.

Last December, I noted the following in the post, ‘Then We Will Fight in the Shade’ – A Guide to Winning the Media Wars:
It is when you get desperate, scared and panicky that you make the biggest mistakes, and the legacy media is currently desperate, scared and panicky. As Napoleon Bonaparte allegedly said:
‘Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.’
Whether or not he actually said them, those words still ring true. We mustn’t get in the way of the legacy media’s inevitable self-destruction. Part of this means that we do not self-destruct in the process. We need to recognize that there’s a reason independent, alternative media is winning the battle of ideas in the first place. For all the warts, mistakes and bad actors, the emergence of the internet is indeed the historical equivalent of the invention of the printing press on steroids.
Only a clueless self-important elitist actually believes that the smartest, most informed people in America are the pundits on tv and the journalists employed by the mainstream media. With a handful of companies and a few oligarchs in charge, you’d have to be the most naive fool on earth to not understand that legacy media is driven by well defined narratives, and that these narratives are not in your best interest. The rest of us understand that the Internet has served as a much needed countervailing force, and has been an incredible blessing to human knowledge, connectivity and the marketplace of ideas. Just because some people can’t distinguish truth from fiction, doesn’t negate the incredible progress that decentralized information dissemination provides. It is only those who do not wish to engage in public debate on the issues themselves who want to censor stuff. The rest of us are more than happy to have an open discussion.

This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Jun 15, 2017.

REVERSE BREXIT? Macron Signals to May That UK Can Remain in the EU

21st Century Wire says…
If you are paying attention, you will see more and more stories positioned by the mainstream media steering the public away from a ‘Hard BREXIT’ and reminding people that, ‘the public mood has changed since the referendum,’ and that ‘maybe it’s easier for Britain to just stay in the EU.’
What The Guardian is carefully avoiding here, is the realpolitik thriving beneath this carefully spun headline. In fact all British media are avoiding the true nature of the BREXIT deception, which is that the Conservative Party never intended to take the UK out of the EU.
In its timely treatise from January 2017 entitled, Theresa May: Embracing The World (Order), UK Column editor Mike Robinson explains the carefully crafted sideways manoeuver from Downing Street:
‘Embracing the world is a policy agenda that Theresa May has been discussing since she became Prime Minister. Her intention is the fatal embrace of the black widow spider. The ‘brighter future’ of Britain can be summed up in one hashtag: #GlobalBritain.

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on JUNE 14, 2017.

Lee Camp Explains How The New York Times Manufactures ‘Hit Piece Propaganda’

Comedian Lee Camp has hosted a show on RT called Redacted Tonight since 2014. While I certainly don’t always agree with his conclusions, he’s clearly a passionate, genuine and highly intelligent American who cares deeply about the country and the people living in it. He believes (rightly), that our fellow citizens are are suffering unnecessarily due to our demonstrably parasitic, corrupt, imperial, oligarchic, corporate-state. Because he possesses such attributes, The New York Times found it necessary to dispatch one of its minions to write an embarrassing, unprofessional and downright shady piece of propaganda about him.
His response is lengthy, but it’s also extremely important for everyone to read in full. It provides further evidence that those who peddle in fake news and shoddy, deep state propagandist drivel should not throw stones. The New York Times needs to get its own house in order before whining about how everyone else is so deficient.
Below are some of the more outrageous excerpts from his excellent rebuttal. You can read it in full at Naked Capitalism:
This past Thursday the New York Times vomited up a hit piece on little ol’ me – a guy who has been doing stand-up comedy for nearly 20 years and thought maybe that comedy could be used to inform and inspire audiences, rather than just make fun of the differences between men and women.

This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Jun 13, 2017.