Scroll through social media, look at TV, a movie or even a magazine, and we see many images that depict reality. In certain cases we know that much of what we're seeing can be fake and made up. We look at movies and know that there is CG and other trickery to show us something pretending to be a reality. A fantasy reality is created for us to immerse ourselves into and
*enjoy the ride*.
In the past, computer graphics were not the main way to fabricate a reality that didn't truly exist. Miniature models were built, along with special effects in makeup, and this was how movies like Star Wars and The Thing (among many others) were able to create another reality for us to believe in. How much are we made to believe in things that aren't real?
In our modern era, computer graphics
20. Juli 2017
Nachdem ich im Mai 2017 in einem Artikel  dargelegt habe, dass für mich unter anderem die Floskel «immer mehr» FakeNews-Alarm auslöst. Dies möchte ich anhand eines Beispiels zeigen.
Diese Woche wurde ich auf einen nicht ganz neuen Artikel beim Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF aufmerksam . Der Artikel soll aber nicht dazu dienen, SRF generell zu verunglimpfen. Es gibt bei SRF einige interessante Formate - etwa das Tagesgespräch oder das Echo der Zeit, Radioprogramme - von eindeutig zuviel staatstragenden und freiheitsunfreundlichen Inhalten einmal abgesehen.
Der Titel des Artikels lautet: **«Immer weniger Menschen leben in ihrem Heimatl
How many times did you hear: “Asad is pure evil!” through the MSM? Well, it's time to have it like it is: “MSM are pure evil lies!” And the first thing you should know about Syria – it is not a civil war.
Speaking in this video:
Here is another session from September 20
FAKE NEWS: When a tweet is worth a thousand words..!!
I thought I had to share this.
You just know things are about to come to a head..!!
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) faces persistent fundamental change in its strategic and operating environments. This report suggests this reality is the product of the United States entering or being in the midst of a new, more competitive, post-U.S. primacy environment. Post-primacy conditions promise far-reaching impacts on U.S. national security and defense strategy. Consequently, there is an urgent requirement for DoD to examine and adapt how it develops strategy and describes, identifies, assesses, and communicates c
Just in: Somali pirates have seized a Greenpeace ship in the Indian Ocean earlier today. The ship was carrying 35 environmental activists protesting the effects of piracy on endangered species. There seemed to be something about them that particularly set the pirates off. The pirates have demanded $10, million for the safe return of the activists.
The incident was witnessed by independent journalist, Mike Hunt who saw the protesters being loaded aboard two rowboats allegedly belonging to the Somali Navy. The protesters, armed only with bullhorns protested loudly shouting:
Our president will get you! When this failed, several racial invectives were hurled at the pirates, but to no avail. As a last ditch effort, one of the activists shouted:
You can't do this to me, I'm gay and this is really offensive! To which, according to Hunt, one of the pirates responded in broken English saying,
I bake you cake.
Dr. Udo Ulfkotte deserves special mention in this Whistleblower series - not least because he seriously exposed the way that mass media sources are controlled and deliberately used to push the propaganda that so often resulted in war and mass death.. but because he himself died not long after speaking out.
Dr. Ulkotte was assistant editor for one of Germany's main daily newspapers (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) and he describes in the following interview for RT news, how he was routinely paid by the American CIA to write stories that were in alignment with the NATO and CIA agendas - putting spin on the entire process of editing the newspaper. He states that pretty much all the major journalists were doing the same and risked losing their jobs if they didn't comply.
Unfortunately, my 1,300 posts on the subject clearly show a desire to mislead with bullshit by many so-called UFO websites. In my e-mail yesterday I got yet another example of how long these
stories survive - let me provide just this one example of how these stories are circulated over and over for clickbait.
this is the link from yesterday ...on Peter Slattery's webpage - http://www.petermaxwellslattery.com/blog--news/alien-ships-near-saturn-ex-nasa-scientist-claims-of-their-existence-newscomau
Now...I like most to nearly all of the REAL UFO/Orb work that Slattery does in the field...but just watch how far back this supposedly current story goes. - And first, Slattery's link goes to here - http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/space/alien-ships-near-saturn-exnasa-scientist-claims-of-their-existence/news-story/5eee94fa965d2f6c27e47f2ab4ea97fe ----- watch out for the Pampers ad that plays automaticall
Alex Jones spices up a viral video that the Youtube channel Super Deluxe made of him and some of his rants it's called Alex Jones Rants as an Indie Folk Song
He did a good job on the Remix he added lots of context and memes to go along with the words in the song. I think it's better than the original and everyone should check it out.
First it was the
ozone hole, then
global warming then
life or death issues
all lies designed to get suckers to vote democratic
why do people still believe the proven liars of the media?
InfoWars offered 20k USD for the best CNN fake news meme video. And there is the winner. Have fun!
This one below is still my personal favorite meme despite the fact it hasn't won the contest.
The last one is also professionally created.
Only 36% of Americans approve of President Donald Trump's performance in the Oval Office, a new Washington Post/ABC News poll has found.
That gives Trump the lowest approval rating at the six-month mark of any president in 70 years, ABC News reports.
Oh wow! ABC News and the Washington Post show Trump's approval way down.
Well, know shit they do. Only senor citizens and crazed liberals follow those two fake news organizations. Which by the way they have very tiny audiences combined. So no shocker that everyone that visits those sites hate him. His approval is probably the opposite if you took a poll from a fair a reputable company. I bet his disapproval is 36% and his approval is 64%.
Here's some stats I found on just how insignificant these news sites are.
Even ABC News beats out CNN in
Clueless Fake News CNN, in the dying throes of dinosaur legacy media, recently lashed-out at YouTube content creator Mark Dice. Most likely it was CNN itself who complained about the Mark Dice piece
being misleading and YouTube like the corporate whores that they are capitulated to the Fake News giant. Here is the
mis-leading video. It's hilarious and accurate and only the most brain-washed normie would have a problem with it. Mark Dice blasted YouTube in a subsequent video and on Twitter and and thankfully they changed their mind and re-activated the video.
Styxhexenhammer666 put up a video today and in his usual thoughtful analysis of the phenomenon, spells it out to
all the geeks and morons on cable news. Dear CNN, "You're not fighting any specific individual on the alt-media... You're fighting all of us at the same time. That's your loss. The collective audience is ten times
I saw this video on ZeroHedge, and it cracked me up - this is an outstanding, creative piece I encourage you to share:
@dragon40, Certified Curmudgeon
The meaning of peace is the absence of opposition to socialism.- Karl Marx
BREAKING NEWS: White male scientists sexually attracted to females are actively oppressing every one else by their scientific work.
Reports indicate that this claim is not bigoted if a non-white white heterosexual isn't the one making it.
Do You Trust Snopes? You Won’t After Reading This
Is Snopes a credible and authoritative source of information?
Snopes is now 50% owned by an ad agency (Proper Media) and they make money by generating millions of views on the 3rd-party advertisements on their website. It simply makes sense for them to seek out articles that are viral to “debunk”, so that they can piggy-back on that traffic and generate more advertising revenue.
Snopes was founded by a husband and wife team who are now in the middle of a contentious divorce in which founder David Mikkelsen has been accused of embezzling $98,000 of company money to spend on “himself and prostitutes”.
Snopes now has a hired team of suspect fact checkers who collaborate to debunk falsehoods that are trending on the internet.
These fact checkers reportedly have no editorial oversight and do not follow standard journalistic procedures such