Tag: propaganda

Dumbing You Down With Ridiculous Television Commercials

By Sigmund Fraud At the heart of the social insanity, mindless acquiescence to authority, and automatic compliance with any and every new government rule or regulation, is a deliberate effort to dumb down the population. It takes place in the halls of our educational institutions, and it comes home with us at night to our television screens. According…

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Most Children in ‘Netflix-Only’ Households Don’t Know What TV Commercials Are: Survey

By Carey Wedler According to a recent survey conducted by a streaming data site that analyzes trends in online entertainment, the vast majority of young children who watch Netflix instead of television have something in common: They don’t know what commercials are. In a small sample size, Exstreamist surveyed parents about their children’s knowledge of…

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Groups Warn of Corporations Promoting GMO Products in Schools This March

By CBAN Friday, March 3, 2017. Charlottetown – Today, the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network, Kids Right to Know, the Council of Canadians and Earth Action PEI are alerting teachers and students about corporate public relations inside “Agriculture in the Classroom” activities, in particular a webinar on March 7 to promote a recently approved genetically modified (GM) apple….

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Why Is The Deadstream Media Ignoring These GMO Studies?

By Derrick Broze Despite new research indicating health concerns and conflicts of interest related to Genetically Modified foods, the corporate media has, once again, remained silent. In late December, a series of studies and news stories went largely unreported and ignored by the corporate, deadstream media. These reports covered blatant conflicts of interest between the…

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China’s “Fashion Grandpa” is Propaganda: Rockefeller, Gates Foundations in Bed with the Guardian

By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) In case you didn’t know, the Guardian represents big money and elite interests. Although some of their work may deserve recognition, notably Spencer Ackerman’s exposure of Homan Square or Glenn Greenwald’s work, the Guardian has been coerced into a vehicle for propaganda disguised as philanthropy. From gently (and therefore insidiously)…

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