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‘Controlling what people think is our job’ – MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski

MSNBC Mika Brzezinski control what people think

During a lively discussion centered on fears that President Trump is “trying to undermine the media,” MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski let slip the awesome unspoken truth that the media’s “job” is to “actually control exactly what people think.” SCARBOROUGH: “Exactly. That is exactly what I hear. What Yamiche said is what …

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US Intelligence Director James Clapper lies to congress again

US Intelligence Director James Clapper lies under oath

Just as the first casualty of war is said to be the truth, the first casualty of the new Cold War is irony. Our most prominent journalists seem to have missed the Orwellian irony of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) asking Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper at Friday’s Senate hearings if Julian Assange …

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6 Tips for Marketing Your New Technology Reselling Business

Reseller business

Becoming a technology reseller can be a lucrative business, as you help other businesses build their technological infrastructure and access the tools and services they need to operate and grow. And while there is always room for an excellent reseller, it is a crowded field, and in order to stand …

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PSYOPS: British army to create Facebook propaganda division

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The British army is creating a special force of Facebook warriors, skilled in psychological operations and use of social media to engage in unconventional warfare in the information age. The 77th Brigade, to be based in Hermitage, near Newbury, in Berkshire, will be about 1,500-strong and formed of units drawn …

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Bilderberg elite angry over “constant exposure”

Ben Bernanke Bilderberg

According to veteran journalist Jim Tucker, Bilderberg elitists are furious over the “constant exposure” the secretive group is receiving in the European media, forcing members to consider the unprecedented step of holding the organization’s annual meeting in the United States for two years running. The US corporate media routinely ignores …

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Federal Reserve unable to deal with next economic crisis

Federal Reserve Janet Yellen

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Earlier this week, a Federal Reserve official made the stunning admission that its credit expansion and debt creation policy is no longer having any significant effect on the economy. Now, even those in the mainstream are joining those of us who have been saying it for …

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Facebook friends could change your credit score

Facebook

Choose your Facebook friends wisely; they could help you get approved or rejected for a loan. A handful of tech startups are using social data to determine the risk of lending to people who have a difficult time accessing credit. Traditional lenders rely heavily on credit scores like FICO, which …

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Obama prepares air strikes on Syria

Russia’s climbdown sets stage for regime change. President Barack Obama has told the US Navy and Air Force to prepare air strikes on Syria as part of a “no fly zone” that will be enforced with the aid of British and French military power, according to a report. [youtube height=”400″ …

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Occupy Bilderberg 2012

Well, it looks like the most cunning and deceptive people on the planet may not be so bright after all.  The infamous and elusive Bilderberg club has decided to bring their annual meeting back to the United States after setting last year’s event at a hotel buried deep in the mountains …

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BuzzFeed publishes fake news about Donald Trump and Russia

BuzzFeed fake news Donald Trump Russia

BuzzFeed’s decision to publish an intelligence report filled with salacious and unsubstantiated claims about Donald Trump’s purported behaviour in Russia has triggered a political storm and debate over media ethics. The news website posted the unredacted documents on Tuesday, just 10 days before Trump’s inauguration, with a warning that the …

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CIA publishes over 12 million declassified documents online

CIA publishes declassified documents online

The Central Intelligence Agency published more than 12 million declassified documents online Tuesday after years of restricting access. The documents, dated from the 1940s to 1990s, surround everything from the overthrow of foreign governments to the CIA’s mind-control efforts. Originally declassified by former President Bill Clinton in 1995, the documents …

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Vietnamese banker sentenced to death for fraud

Vietnam money

A Vietnamese former banker and his business associate have been sentenced to death for their part in the embezzlement of $25 million, state media has reported. The pair were among 11 defendants in the nine-day trial in Ho Chi Minh City, state media reported on Saturday, in a case that …

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Playing Politics with the Economy in the US

Dow Jones Industrial Average The Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently trending bearish after yet another series of dramatic developments in the White House. By Friday, 18 August 2017, the knives were out for White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. The former film producer and media tycoon from Norfolk Virginia …

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Bill to censor ‘Russian propaganda’ news websites passes House

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On November 30, one week after the Washington Post launched its witch hunt against “Russian propaganda fake news“, with 390 votes for, the House quietly passed “H.R. 6393, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017“, sponsored by California Republican Devin Nunes (whose third largest donor in 2016 is Google parent Alphabet, …

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UK gives another £5m to Syrian rebels (Al Qaeda)

Syrian rebels Al Qaeda

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has said Britain would step up its support for Syria’s armed insurgents, providing them with an additional £5 million. Hague once again claimed that Britain’s support for the armed insurgents in Syria would take the form of “non-lethal support” saying it would remain British policy …

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