Tag: media manipulation

No kings, queens or jacks. Gender neutral playing cards invented in Netherlands.

Playing cards, a card game that originated in the 9th Century could be changed forever after a media sponsored woman came up with a deck without kings, queens and jacks. The new invention is widely published with positive spin and promoted by multi-national Reuters news agency that supplies Western media with a constant stream of news and views that is heavily influenced by Israeli interests.

Free Media isn’t Free

Imagine you’re running a restaurant that struggles to stay open. People come and go; they sit at its terrace tables and read your newspapers. On leaving they congratulate you on your business and some leave a dime on the coffee cup’s saucer.

Beware the Covidians

In March 2020, a new syndrome unexpectedly appeared. It was a unique disease that, due to the symptoms made it clear that it was previously unknown. It produced a rapid death and in a short time led to a peak of deaths that alarmed everyone, especially when media began to dedicate almost one hundred percent of their editorial to cover the story. It was christened Covid 19 and its cause was attributed to a previously unknown virus.

Moscow Mocks the West’s Shamocracy

US President Donald Trump was blocked on all major platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, which permanently suspended his account. Ironically, the North Korean style banishment was the result of a ‘Stop the Steal’ demonstration when over one million Americans protested at the scale of election fraud in the United States.

Churchill’s Lie Factory

The World War Two lull that preceded the Reich retaliation against belligerent France was known as the Phony War (or Bore War). UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill desperately sought an excuse to round up thousands of citizens he considered to be enemy aliens or of dubious loyalty. Many thousands of unfortunates were merely critics of Churchill’s war aims. Homes were raided and thousands of innocent people were incarcerated because they were of German or Italian extraction. In some cases these unfortunates were second or third generation Britons. Many had served in the British armed forces.