This is how you kill the political opposition. Deny them the ability to speak their mind, exclude them from the conversation.
Have you checked the price of gas lately?
I filled up today. Unleaded had gone from $2.65 to $2.75 overnight. It will go even higher as Trump’s sanctions imposed on Iran go into effect and markets are restricted.
According to Michelle Obama, as a citizen you don’t need to be well-informed on the issues, and you certainly don’t need to “read every article” in order to participate in what is a fixed horse race.
Alternative media sites are under attack, the powers that be are working overtime to make sure we can’t get the truth out—deplatforming us from social media and even removing dead tree books from the Amazon store.
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After the Syrians accidentally targeted a Russian surveillance aircraft over the Mediterranean and the Russians pinned the blame on Israel, the corporate propaganda media scrambled to spin the story.
Earlier this week, John Bolton—Trump’s national security adviser and basically the president of US foreign policy—told the Federalist Society he would see to punitive sanctions if the International Criminal Court at The Hague moves to charge American soldiers who “served” in Afghanistan with war crimes.
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