4 Examples of Mainstream Media Fabricating News to Push for War

As we inch further into the future and evermore closer to the next, and certainly last, world war, it seems proper to give pause and consider the significance of the fact that much of the information provided on world events is dreadfully compromised by corporate and political propagandists.

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  1. Very good information. Lucky me I came across your website by accident (stumbleupon).
    I have book marked it for later!

  2. They shut down the music industry in 1996 allowing for clear channel to own all the radio stations. Ever since then mainstream music has gotten worse and worse, today christian music actually sounds better than what they play on mainstream radio. The kids today listen to the music of their parents and elders and grow tired searching for anything online. Only drugged and moronic children in disfunctional households think otherwise.

  3. Hi Dylan. I like the way you have compiled this. This is blatant and super important. It’s nice to see that mainstream news viewing is decreasing, but the hold seems strong as ever when you talk to people. Thanks for your work.

  4. It’s sad to see how prolific propaganda has become in society, there really is a sense of social engineering at a giant scale going on. There were some things in the article I hadn’t really considered before, like green-screening news footage, it just seems too egregious for it to be tried.

    The point at the end about consumerism I think was poignant for many reasons. Sometimes I think the constant blitz of advertising is the propaganda we’ve been exposed for so long that we no longer even notice it.

    I remember hearing about back in the early 1920’s, that business leaders were very concerned about the chance of workers gaining more free time in their day. It was felt that with more time available to people, they might start to reflect about life more and inevitably wish to break from the status quo. John Edgerton, the head of the American Association for Manufacturers said the only solution was that “the emphasis should be place on work… More work and better work, instead of on leisure.”
    From this came the idea of society being made of consumers and eventually the “American Dream”, a brave new world where no change was necessary. Marketing started to change tone, linking values and the achievement of desire with material goods, rather than the classical notion of emphasising the quality of the product.

    There’s been lots of propaganda throughout history that’s increased violence and destruction as well, like Nayirah’s testimony before the first Gulf War for example, the many cases of insisting nuclear energy is safe and “progressive”, or the constant demonisation of ‘the other tribe’.

    Something I notice is how dependent propaganda is on manipulating emotions, and how self-awareness and inner change are vital if we’re going to have any personal freedom from propaganda.
    I think many of the people involved in spreading these agendas throughout history must have been under the influence of their own states of greed or a thirst for appearing ‘powerful’. That begs the question though, who’s pulling their strings?

    • Re. your last paragraph: Or possibly under the influence of what can only be called some kind of satanic or lower frequency ‘consciousness’?

  5. A nice summary of what’s going on in the mainstream media today… As I have found recently, this is not just going on in the news area, but also with documentaries, where fake episodes are produced without the slightest feeling of shame, covering the intriguing topics that are bound to attract a lot of viewers. A formerly respectable documentary channel Discovery seems to be leading this trend, fooling unsuspecting audience. A new type of “actor” has also appeared – one that does not mind to be associated with trickery and lie, normally continuing with their every-day activities and business, completely oblivious to the disgust (and often hatred) they have created among many people towards their persona.

    The thing that occurred to me (and judging from the responses of some Youtube viewers also to others) is that by producing all these fake news, docs and interviews, they cause a growing scepticism among the viewers regarding what’s true and what’s not, create a disregard for mysterious and discourage people from believing and searching for things outside established truths. Fake videos on extraterrestrials, crop circles, mysterious creatures living under the sea, hollow Earth, etc… make it hard to distinguish the snippets of truth from the overwhelming lies, and so most people are turned away from these topics in order to avoid being fooled by somebody, which I guess is the goal of these dark forces.

    Also seeing how hard it is to find reliable sources of information today, just wanted to thank the team here at Conscious Reporter for unceasingly bringing light to some controversial issues with well researched and meaningful articles.

  6. Great article Dylan, thanks for sharing. Imagine how many lies aren’t picked up on?

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