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#1 August West

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 01:19 AM

I've given up trying to get quoted text to format appropriately on this site. Go to the URLs if this is the kind of thing you're into.

 

The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. -Edward Bernays, Propaganda 1928

 

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Google Is Funding a “Ministry of Truth” With Corporate Media Outlets Known for Deadly Deception

Justin Gardner November 21, 2016

 

While establishment Democrats trumpet all sorts of excuses for Hillary’s loss, few are willing to admit that she represented the alliance of bureaucratic corruption and corporate greed people are sick of.


There is no solace in the prospect of Donald Trump using big government to carry out his “law and order” pledge – ramping up domestic surveillance, increasing the militarization of police, undoing modest efforts at reducing prison populations, and possibly even cracking down on legal cannabis.

Back to Clinton, the most insidious excuse being pushed by the establishment Left (consisting of party leaders and much of the mainstream media) is the so-called “fake news” trope.

No one denies that publishing articles about made-up events, and presenting that as real news, is a terrible thing, which unfortunately gets “shared” without people taking the responsibility of verifying information.

But the censorship crusade being carried out by MSM is about more than actual fake news.

It is a vehicle for silencing alternative media and dissenting voices that represent a threat to the narrative. The target is not just the “alt-right” but alternative news and views from a range of political categories.

MSM outlets such as NYMag, LA Times and the Independent immediately picked up on a list of “False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and/or Satirical “News” Sources” produced by a university professor. Without providing reasoning or examples to back up the claim that this list should be taken seriously, it was held up as a blacklist to be avoided.

That may have been only the first salvo, as far greater plans are in the works, represented by something called the First Draft Coalition.

Funded by Google News Lab, this coalition of “over thirty major news and technology organisations” aims to “tackle issues of trust and truth in reporting information that emerges online.” Notable members include the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and BBC.

They have anointed themselves as a sort of Ministry of Truth, as Robert Parry describes in his examination of the “fake news” subject

However, these self-appointed deciders have their own dubious history with accuracy in journalism.

“So, who are the “responsible” journalists who should be anointed to regulate what the world’s public gets to see and hear? For that Orwellian task, a kind of Ministry of Truth has been set up by Google, called the First Draft Coalition, which touts itself as a collection of 30 major news and technology companies, including the Times and Post, tackling “fake news” and creating a platform to decide which stories are questionable and which ones aren’t.”

We recently reported on five campaigns of deception that mainstream media have happily marched along with, resulting in the suffering of millions and the whitewashing of American foreign policy. The New York Times and Washington Post were particularly irresponsible with their reporting of falsities on nuclear weapons and WMD in Iraq.

They have long pushed the narrative for the foreign policy establishment, from ignoring the Iran-Contra scandal to providing cover for U.S. machinations in Syria. CNN silenced their own reporter who found evidence of human rights abuses being carried out in Bahrain, a Middle East dictatorship that also happens to host the U.S. Navy Fifth Fleet.

But the irony of the First Draft Coalition goes even further. One of the founders of First Draft Coalition – a “citizen journalism” site called Bellingcat – has published high-profile stories with false information, and, according to Parry, has a close association with NATO through the Atlantic Council.


“Despite Bellingcat’s checkered record and its conflicts of interest through the Atlantic Council, major Western news outlets, including the Times and Post, have embraced Bellingcat, apparently because its articles always seem to mesh neatly with U.S. and European propaganda on Syria and Ukraine.

Two of Bellingcat’s (or its founder Eliot Higgins’s) biggest errors were misplacing the firing location of the suspected Syrian rocket carrying sarin gas on Aug. 21, 2013, and directing an Australian news crew to the wrong site for the so-called getaway Buk video after the July 17, 2014 shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.

But like many news outlets that support establishment “group thinks,” Bellingcat wins widespread praise and official endorsements, such as from the international MH-17 investigation that was largely controlled by Ukraine’s unsavory intelligence agency, the SBU and that accepted Bellingcat’s dubious MH-17 evidence blaming the Russians.”

Parry believes that if this “Ministry of Truth” called the First Draft Coalition existed during Iran-Contra and the Iraq invasion, the voices of dissent that ultimately exposed government and MSM lies would have been quashed.

U.S. intervention in Syria and the nurturing of the Salafist sect that went on to become ISIS  — as well as the McCarthyist aggression against Russia — all could not have happened without the support of Washington think-tanks and MSM cheerleaders toeing the government line.

So it comes back around to the problem of who gets to decide what constitutes “fake news”? How can establishment outlets – who have purveyed a fake narrative of U.S. foreign policy that hides a truly subversive, hegemonic and war-making nature – be trusted to tell us what is real?There are undoubtedly great journalists among the members of the First Draft Coalition, who brave dangerous parts of the world and the gauntlet of political retribution to bring us valuable information. It’s the overarching agenda of establishment media, acting as Praetorian Guard for Washington’s political elite, that has become so obvious and so troubling.


“While it’s undeniable that some false or dubious stories get pushed during the heat of a political campaign and in wartime – and journalists have a role in fact-checking as best they can – there is potentially a greater danger when media insiders arrogate to themselves the power to dismiss contrary evidence as unacceptable, especially given their own history of publishing stories that turned out to be dubious if not entirely false.

It’s even more dangerous when these self-appointed arbiters of truth combine forces with powerful Internet search engines and social media companies to essentially silence dissenting opinions and contrary facts by making them very difficult for the public to locate.”

Alternative media represent a choice for people who are fed up with the system, and it is the people’s responsibility to research the news in order to achieve an accurate perspective on events. It is not up to a self-proclaimed “Ministry of Truth” – laden with the same corrupt baggage that acted as proverbial bouy for Hillary Clinton during the campaign – to dictate what is right and wrong.

 

 

 

 

 

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Rand Corp. Blasts ‘Truth Decay’ – Wants Facts Determined by Appropriate Leaders

By Daily Bell Staff - November 21, 2016

Michael Rich, head of Rand Corporation has come up with a new phrase to describe “fake news,“ calling it “truth decay.” The Rand Corporation is a leading military-industrial think tank with thousands of employees including scientists from around the world and domestic and international offices.

These reports are part of a larger criticism Rich is making, one having to do with a news trend in America that involves citizens not only selecting their opinions, but also the “facts” that support them.

As we can see, Rich is apparently worried that Americans inability to discern truth from fiction is making the US virtually ungovernable. He calls “polarization” the gravest threat facing America and his descriptive phrase, “truth decay” attempts to clarify the process.

It’s been on his mind since long before the election results brought the topic into sharp relief, he told the audience Friday night as part of a Politics Aside discussion called Erosion of Truth.

“This is to me really a dangerous and unusual time in history. Because Americans not only feel entitled to their opinions—and rightly so—but many of them, a growing number of them, frankly, across the political spectrum also feel entitled to cherry pick facts to support their opinion, or even commission up new ‘facts’ if necessary,” Rich said.

“…When everyone has their own facts, then nobody really has any facts at all.”   Truth decay is a threat to a research organization like RAND, whose very existence is based on facts and objectivity, he said, but more importantly it’s a threat to society. It pushes political polarization to even greater extremes and prevents policymakers from reaching consensus on solutions to the nation’s biggest challenges.

If citizens cannot agree on facts than society’s political and business leaders cannot create common sense compromises that will buttress America as a unique success among nations.

Rich gave one example regarding the phase out chlorofluorocarbons — “organic compounds used as aerosol propellants, refrigerants, and solvents—that researchers said were depleting the ozone layer.”

While many did not believe that aerosol propellants were a danger to survival, RAND was able to use “best available evidence” to reframe the debate based on probabilities rather than certainty.

As a result, the Senate passed the treaty that banned CFCs. But today, thanks to the Internet, it is perfectly possible that RAND could not have presented “facts as probabilities” with such confidence because opponents would have used the Internet to gather opposing facts.

In fact, a quick search of the Internet turns up the following from the website “American Thinker,” as follows, here:

The global ban on CFCs was enacted based on a theory that continues to be challenged to this day. Chemists remain uncertain of the rate and extent of ozone depletion due to chlorine. In fact, the exact role of atmospheric CFCs remains uncertain. It appears that the primary catalyst of ozone depletion is atmospheric chlorine, and the most atmospheric chlorine by far is out-gassed from the oceans or emitted by volcanoes. Mankind’s contribution is miniscule (does this sound familiar?). Further, natural processes have by far the greatest influence on the ozone layer (e.g., solar influence).

Additionally, this article points out that DuPont’s patent on CFCs was lapsing when the campaign against CFCs was initiated. The inference is that DuPont wanted CFCs banned so that it could create profit-making alternatives.

This inference parallels (controversial) accusations that DuPont helped ban marijuana because a better procedure for hemp processing had just been developed at the time, one that would make hemp cloth competitive with DuPont products. The “decorticator” allowed for efficient extraction of hemp fiber from stalks.

The CFC debate and resolution, can be seen as an antecedent to the global warming movement itself. If Rand has not had the capability at the time to assert “probabilities,” the global warming crusade might have foundered before it began.

Spirited public debate is part of the political process, Rich concluded, but policy-making itself must be rooted in rigorous research and analysis of the facts.

The trouble is that ample evidence has accrued during this Internet era that even the most perceptive politicians may occasionally fail to select the correct fact pattern. Regardless, Rich seems to believe this is a risk worth taking. He is quoted as saying that the lack of an ”agreed-upon common set of facts [is] a recipe for [governmental] gridlock.”

Rich believes that the only solution is to return somehow to an environment where appropriate leaders are able to select accurate facts without fear of alternatives. Indeed, this may make for more efficient government. However, it is still unclear, despite Rich’s eloquence, whether promoting the primacy of governmental and industrial technocracy insures the validity of a given fact pattern. In fact, history seems to show, at least on occasion, that it does not.

Conclusion: Suppression of alternative fact-patterns may lead to government efficiency, but not necessarily government accuracy. And basing large government programs on inaccurate facts can lead to difficulties that too-often can turn into disasters. A factual monopoly is not always the same as a credible one.

 

 


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Posted 22 November 2016 - 05:35 AM

These points are well-taken. 

 

For those interested, here is the google doc created by the professor on "false, misleading, clickbait-y, and satirical 'news' sources" referred to in the first article you posted.  She has been updating it regularly.  I saw it before, and it had included a list of such publications drawn from the far reaches of the political spectrum.  Now it does not.  What's interesting is that the remainder of the document gives, I believe, useful advice for critical reading of information sources, contrary to the Free Thought Project's assertion that it was created "without providing reasoning or examples."  However, many readers of alternative media will roll their eyes when they see that she admits to reading MSM as well as some of the sources on her own list.

 

 

Though the list she compiled has been removed from the document, that list has been preserved on other sites.

 

 

It's worth noting that the Free Thought Project makes an appearance, which probably explains some of the vitriol found above.

 

 

Now, I'm not saying that one professor's (or for that matter, anyone's) opinion should be taken as gospel.  Free Thought Project makes some great points above.  I certainly wouldn't want Google deciding what news I should read.  That's just another good reason not to use Google.  And the MSM obviously tends to pile on to certain stories in certain ways.  But I do think that the suggestions she makes are very useful:

 

 


Tips for analyzing news sources:

 
  • Avoid websites that end in “lo” ex: Newslo. These sites take pieces of accurate information and then packaging that information with other false or misleading “facts” (sometimes for the purposes of satire or comedy).

  • Watch out for websites that end in “.com.co” as they are often fake versions of real news sources  

  • Watch out if known/reputable news sites are not also reporting on the story. Sometimes lack of coverage is the result of corporate media bias and other factors, but there should typically be more than one source reporting on a topic or event.

  • Odd domain names generally equal odd and rarely truthful news.

  • Lack of author attribution may, but not always, signify that the news story is suspect and requires verification.

  • Some news organizations are also letting bloggers post under the banner of particular news brands; however, many of these posts do not go through the same editing process (ex: BuzzFeed Community Posts, Kinja blogs, Forbes blogs).

  • Check the “About Us” tab on websites or look up the website on Snopes or Wikipedia for more information about the source.

  • Bad web design and use of ALL CAPS can also be a sign that the source you’re looking at should be verified and/or read in conjunction with other sources.

  • If the story makes you REALLY ANGRY it’s probably a good idea to keep reading about the topic via other sources to make sure the story you read wasn’t purposefully trying to make you angry (with potentially misleading or false information) in order to generate shares and ad revenue.

  • If the website you’re reading encourages you to DOX individuals, it’s unlikely to be a legitimate source of news.

  • It’s always best to read multiple sources of information to get a variety of viewpoints and media frames. Some sources not yet included in this list (although their practices at times may qualify them for addition), such as The Daily Kos, The Huffington Post, and Fox News, vacillate between providing important, legitimate, problematic, and/or hyperbolic news coverage, requiring readers and viewers to verify and contextualize information with other sources.

 


Edited by Sidestreet, 22 November 2016 - 05:40 AM.


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Posted 22 November 2016 - 09:44 AM

Rand Corp.'s Michael Rich 

Is absolutely pissed at all the competition when making up the facts and presenting the fiction called "news". 

 

I agree. Too many overlapping fictitious stories just muddies the waters. Like........."Everybody Solo!!" 

If I lie awake for nights on end dreaming up a biased fiction - just to have it skewed by some story-telling idiot with his own fictionally-based agenda......

We gotta get a handle on this bullshit. I can't be wasting my time making this shit up just to have it pin-holed by some loose-tongued "truther". 

 

Of course, Emperor Constantine new this too. He sponsored a book so everybody would have the same story. Then, he helped establish a world super power to enforce belief in the story. 

Mr. Rich needs only to read his history in order to find the solution to his perceived problem. 

 

edit: I'm laughing my ass off. We (as a civilization) are ripe for a "second coming". LOL !!!


Edited by Myc, 22 November 2016 - 09:47 AM.

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 10:30 AM

Its like which filter are you most comfortable with?  Thats why I like to get a lot of my news here.  Yep, I said it.  You mycofilters are the best kind.  Just tell me what i need to know.  I'll be watching, whenever you feel the need to let me know anything real important I should know.. Experiencing the election through this place helped me keep sane. And the past several elections and amazing law changes moving the whole mainstream in our direction.  9/11 too.  I hope we can have lots more life changing Earth shattering experiences together, through this filter here.  

 

Decentralization is difficult for those big dogs who've always run the whole show.  They really hate giving up their fanbase, but yea- fuck those monopolizing hogs hogging all the money meanwhile selling out to the centralists above them.  Globalization baby!  Quality up or move aside!


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Posted 22 November 2016 - 12:01 PM

Speaking of ramped up domestic surveillance, or world-wide surveillance if you prefer, have you got a smart phone with Pokemon Go installed on it?  Good way to be an unpaid and unwitting spy for the data vacuumers.   Everyone carries their own locater beam, either repeating a GPS code, or being triangulated by cell towers, with open mics and cameras.   Don't worry about Big Brother not having enough storage or scanning power; how many acres of Utah could it take?   The long established corporate rule, a.k.a., Fascism, has boned up on how to run its operations since its inception.   It could be tough undoing it at this late date.  


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Posted 22 November 2016 - 12:24 PM

Here's what I would consider the real fake news list.....compiled by Ron Paul..... http://www.ronpaulli...-fake-news-list


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Posted 22 November 2016 - 12:58 PM

Good one, fungi2b!


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Posted 23 November 2016 - 05:54 AM

I'm not going to defend the MSM, who did all of the things that Chris Rossini (not Ron Paul) says they did, but Fox News never helped lead us into Iraq?  Never had anything to say about WMD?  I seem to remember that they just happened to have live cameras on Baghdad when the first bombs hit in 2003.

 

A conspicuous absence, draining credibility.  Just more partisan yapping.

 

FOX is just as mainstream as any of those other sources.  They are just as guilty.  They just have a different agenda.

 

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Also, "leftist feminist professor."  Dirty words, but only to some.  And who said she's a leftist?  At least her list was politically balanced.


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Posted 23 November 2016 - 10:39 AM

Here is a source of international news the MSM misses nearly all of: http://www.democracyatwork.info/

 

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Posted 23 November 2016 - 01:08 PM

 "leftist - professor."  

 

Isn't that redundant? ;)


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Posted 23 November 2016 - 02:43 PM

^The opposite of that joke would be the redundancy of 

a right -wing war monger, or a predatory- capitalist righty?

How about Neo- Nazi False -Flaggers, or far -right radical depopulators?

I never really liked the idea of intellectuals being a voting block, but here we are...

Remember when Trump said, "Ahh, we love the uneducated!'  That was a little weird, but seemed to go over pretty well.

Hey, ever see that movie 'Stupidity?'  Its fascinating how profitable its become to dumb down our education and entertainment (news).

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Posted 23 November 2016 - 03:28 PM

^The opposite of that joke would be the redundancy of 

a right -wing war monger...

 

Just to be clear...

 

WWI - Wilson (D)

WWII - Roosevelt (D)

Korea - Truman (D)

Vietnam - Kennedy/Johnson (D)

 

Less "single-name" wars these days but "liberals" and "progressives" still do their fair share. There's plenty of warmongering for all. And after all, labels obfuscate as often as they illuminate.


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Posted 23 November 2016 - 04:08 PM

That reminds me of Obama's Kill -List Tuesdays.  

Obama goes over a secret drone strike hit- list every Tuesday

just to see if anyone on the list should not be killed this week.

Dont ask me why Hospitals and Weddings make the list so often.  :wacko:  :unsure:

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Just for fair and balanced coverage, here's what the wimpy left have to say about those Tuesday Kill -list drone strikes.

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Posted 23 November 2016 - 11:21 PM

 

 "leftist - professor."  

 

Isn't that redundant? ;)

 

 

So what you're saying, is that the vast majority of those who are educated enough and intelligent enough to be paid to do research and teach full-time, the vast majority of the ones whose perspective and insight into reality is so highly valued and sought that millions of people willingly go into massive debt to be able to afford to hear it (and be accreditted as having heard it) - professors - are leftists?

 

Funny that!


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Posted 24 November 2016 - 01:11 AM

 

 

 "leftist - professor."  

 

Isn't that redundant? ;)

 

 

So what you're saying, is that the vast majority of those who are educated enough and intelligent enough to be paid to do research and teach full-time, the vast majority of the ones whose perspective and insight into reality is so highly valued and sought that millions of people willingly go into massive debt to be able to afford to hear it (and be accreditted as having heard it) - professors - are leftists?

 

Funny that!

 

I know you're more savvy than this response. I can see my post struck a nerve but, no, that's not what I'm saying.

 

Don't continue to confuse schooling with education or intelligence. And just because one can pay someone to do research or teach, it means intelligence is legitimate? I'll remember that the next time you decry scientists who have been paid off by oil companies. Jesus christ, as if salary or "teaching" was a sign of intelligence, please. You're not really that ignorant? But, if going into debt is a sign of intelligence, the world today makes a lot more sense than I thought. If that path is so useful, why are so many of it's adherents demanding to be reimbursed?

 

And yes, as much as I hate to justify labels, college professors tend, in general, to be "leftists" (in the status quo narrative).

 

The irony of Alder Logs upvoting your post in defense of the Academy is all very bizarre, May you live in interesting times, indeed.


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Posted 24 November 2016 - 09:59 AM

Who gives a fuck who the professors are in the courses that don't produce much in the way of any political effect?  I think the generalizations made here about professors follows an MSM meme of the right.   The corporatization  of the academe, through funding and pressures upon hiring, curriculum, and administration, has converted its power nearly completely into the hands of the Fascista.   I think "liberal elite" is really an oxymoron.   It makes for the conservatives, a very handy bogy.   Boy they sure hate that tenure shit, don't they?   It slows down their weeding process in the universities. 



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Posted 24 November 2016 - 11:43 AM

Who gives a fuck who the professors are in the courses that don't produce much in the way of any political effect?  I think the generalizations made here about professors follows an MSM meme of the right.   The corporatization  of the academe, through funding and pressures upon hiring, curriculum, and administration, has converted its power nearly completely into the hands of the Fascista.   I think "liberal elite" is really an oxymoron.   It makes for the conservatives, a very handy bogy.   Boy they sure hate that tenure shit, don't they?   It slows down their weeding process in the universities. 

Everything produces political effect - not just political science courses. To pretend a university system (or any significant system) doesn't have the power to effect politics is to not understand the way systems work.

 

As far as whether college professors tend to lean left more than right (and again, these labels only go so far to explain anything), it's really only controversial if you don't know anything about it or aren't being honest with yourself.

 

Do a web search. Here's just one example.



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Posted 29 November 2016 - 01:09 PM

Did anyone else notice those denial of service hack attacks last month?  They figure toward the end of this video. 

 

 

 

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