A few days ago, the administrator appointed to the Biden “Ministry of Truth” resigned her position. She claimed that she had been subjected to sexist behavior, primarily from the media. While I will not say there is no truth to her claim, I have not personally seen anything which focused on her gender but on opposition to a government board of censorship.
While the administration claims that this “Ministry of Truth” has now been dismantled, it seems highly unlikely that they would cease such an attempt to create an agency for the purpose of government propaganda simply because of the resignation of one person.
Western corporate news is not news. It is not intended to inform you. It is intended to indoctrinate you.It is…
One should also note that the Biden administration immediately begged her to remain on in some unstated capacity with the presidential cabinet, the most powerful group of people on the planet.
Many years back, the government created an agency called the Information Awareness Office. This was part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA and led by John Poindexter, who was the lead architect of the Iran-Contra affair. If you look at the emblem used by the OIA, the dystopian aura it emits will give you chills. Because of public outcry, this agency was defunded by Congress. However, the role and goal of the agency was merely disseminated among various government agencies, including the software created for the OIA. The purpose was “Total Information Awareness”. Monitoring of all electronic communications and transactions, including the information you read or watch and what books you check out of the local library. It would encompass all US citizens and would require no warrants to gather your information.
The point is that dismantling the agency does not stop the purpose of the agency from continuing unabated. It just makes it harder to pin down.
Beyond that bit of illustrative history, what information you consume is highly important. What information you are allowed to consume is highly important.
Back in 2003, there were a number of very popular voices silenced because they opposed the Iraq invasion. One of these was Chris Hedges, a Pulitzer prize winning journalist who was fired from the New York Times because he…