Another thoughtful piece on the most famous piece of Chinese agitprop.
I still watched TV news in 1989 even as I was in the process of breaking free of the American propaganda machine. So I greeted coverage of the events in Beijing, China with wide-open eyes, not comprehending, and not yet aware of the degree to which American news was a manufactured mural of fake imagery. So Tiananmen took up residence in my mind, though it was neither resolved nor understood. In or around 2004 I read the book “Killed: Great Journalism Too Hot To Print,” a compilation of articles rejected b
Source: Shiny happy people* – Piece of Mindful
Lotjo makes Rollo sound like a church boy.
Liberal use of the F-bomb.
Was Louis ever funny? This clearly is not.
Louis is another persona who we are told is funny or talented but clearly is not. Dave Chappelle is similarly labeled. This tells me that our culture creators are using these propagandists to send messages. They are paid change agents.
All I take from this is that words can be weaponized. The word denier has been hijacked into one meaning: someone who doesn’t believe what is obvious and apparent and true or factual to everyone else.
Call me a 9/11 denier anytime.
H/t John Adams