Thursday, September 21, 2023

War & Conflict


Corporate Media

While the Millions Die: How I Learned To Stop Worrying That Our Media Can Never Be Honest About Foreign Policy

This article draws upon research originally conducted by: Alan MacLeod, Daniel Broudy, Jeffrey Klaehn, and Florian Zollmann and builds upon an earlier piece published...

The Politics of Suicide


How Universities Control the Narrative

The Corporate Playbook: Strategies and Impact on Academia In this article, I expose how and why universities control the narrative, including the practical ways institutional...

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Taking Tucker Carlson Seriously, Part One: The Production of Conspiracy Discourse in Modern Propaganda Mills

“ensorship now defines America's public conversation. We spent an awful lot of time complaining about that on the show. We probably don't spend enough...

Belle Epoque

“Three hundred miles beyond the end of telegraph cables and mail-boat lines, the haggard utilitarian lies of our civilization wither and die, to be...

Coutts Four Denied Bail, in Prison in Canada for over 500 Days without Trial. Are they Political Prisoners?

Over five hundred and twenty-five days ago, between the evening of February 13 and afternoon of February 14, 2022, four men were arrested for...

Engineering Compliance: From Climate to Covid and Back Again

Introduction From early in the pandemic, commentators were quick to make connections between Covid-19 and climate change. In March 2020, for example, Scientific American explained...

Shifting Standards: Western Media and the Ukrainian ‘Myrotvorets’ Hit List

As war rages, Ukrainian blacklist Myrotvorets, which means “Peacemaker” in Ukrainian, continues to add to its website the names of activists, politicians, journalists, and...

Theory & Practice

Cancelling Habermas

On Feb. 15, 2023, left-liberal newspaper Die Zeit published an op-ed by Eva Illouz with the meaningful title ‘I long for a total victory’...

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