What is Propaganda? And how does the media use it to swindle us. These two videos explain how the technical terms of a word have two meanings,
one "dictionary" meaning and a "technical" meaning for the same word, and the technical meaning is..... well, very pro "the agenda."
Anyways I am too tired to be typing and thinking at the same time
Here is the first video its a run down on the techniques of propaganda. It's from the rockin 1950's
Wish I grew up in the 50's man.
Next is Noam Chomsky talking about what I tried explaining in my first two sentences.
Scary stuff! Makes you wonder how many "technical terms" they have right now.
Just wanted to share and have your thoughts on these, also if these have been posted before sorry! I did a quick search and found nothing.
Another good example of this type of wording is "international community." It's used so much in the media. It's dictionary meaning is all peoples,
cultures and governments of the world, while its technical meaning is U.S. allies.
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``Sustainable development`` has been coined by the UN in the 90's and is being used across every government to push Agenda 21, which has been signed
by most developped countries in 1991 if I'm correct. A real nice marketable term that can't possibly be a threat... But if you look at the end goals
of sustainable development, you can only agree it's used to push a police world state.
Originally posted by WaterBottle
Noam is a genius..
I agree, but there's something wrong with him. I heard his name come up several times in discussion circles that related to exposing truth about US
government, so I bought a book that's a compendium of his remarks, stories, articles, whatever. I couldn't get through more than about 1/4 of it
because of contradictions.
His stance on JFK, most particularly the short time JFK was president, is contradictory to accepted and researched fact. He seems to want to blame
Kennedy, even moreso than other presidents, for things that Kennedy was actually against.
He almost seems like a disinformation agent himself. Maybe that's just me.
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