posted on Apr, 26 2008 @ 05:05 AM
And i do believe you're wrong, the truth is there's probably more facts on these forums being discussed in an hour than on mainstream media within a
I am correct, I am not wrong.
And this isn't some sort of arrogance or boastfulness.
The arrival of the internet as a propaganda medium in 1993 completely disrupted the nature of public opinion as anyone now has power to spread
propaganda with minimum cost and capital.
The first effects of this disruption was the increased diversity of opinions and information that was not possible in the traditional mainstream
propaganda mediums of radio, TV and print.
The mainstream media, in most countries is controlled or under the influence of only a tiny clique, serving their own agenda.
The internet medium brought this truth sharply into view as the contrast between online media and mainstream media was very great.
Out of this disruption, the public began to be confused and disillusioned or even demoralised.
From this confusion, the "NWO" and "Illuminati" conspiracy propagandists began their propaganda activities.
Since the mainstream media has lost their credibility, some of the public began to turn to any source that could provide the "truth".
From this, the modern drivel of "NWO" and "Illuminati" was born.
My aim is to destroy this movement.