Russophobia: WMD (Weapon of Mass Deception)

by Jean Ranc Strategic Culture edited by O Society April 13, 2019 Resume: Russophobia, as psycho-social-political pathology, is diagnosed as a disorder in The West since before the 1000-year-old Roman-Orthodox religious schism and most recently manifested with a vengeance in the course of the 2013-14 with Edward Snowden’s revelations of mass surveillance by the US … Continue reading Russophobia: WMD (Weapon of Mass Deception)

Media Condemn Julian Assange For Reckless Exposure Of How They Could Be Spending Their Time

Onion edited by O Society April 13, 2019 WASHINGTON—In the wake of the WikiLeaks founder’s arrest by British authorities on behalf of the U.S. for charges stemming from the publication of classified military documents in 2010, members of the American media condemned Julian Assange Friday for the reckless exposure of how they could be spending their … Continue reading Media Condemn Julian Assange For Reckless Exposure Of How They Could Be Spending Their Time

How Rachel Maddow Became InfoWars

by Peter Van Buren American Conservative edited by O Society April 8, 2019 Rachel Maddow (MSNBC screenshot)   Though she doesn’t often bring it up these days, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow remembers how the media abetted the Bush administration’s lies justifying the 2003 Iraq invasion. That was when elite (in many cases handpicked) journalists spent months serving … Continue reading How Rachel Maddow Became InfoWars

Closing the Russia-gate

by BRANKO MARCETICJacobin With the end of Mueller’s inquiry, our long, national hallucination is finally over. But the damage done by neocons and liberal conspiracy theorists is just beginning. Ann Mueller and Special Counsel Robert Mueller walk on March 24, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Tasos Katopodis / Getty So ends one of the more incoherent political scandals … Continue reading Closing the Russia-gate

The Story of Cassandra

In Greek mythology, Cassandra was one of the princesses of Troy, daughter of Priam and Hecuba. According to the Myth, Cassandra was astonishingly beautiful and blessed with the gift of foreseeing the future. Her curse was that no one believed her, a fact that weighed heavily on the destruction of Troy during the Trojan War. … Continue reading The Story of Cassandra

Wild Ride in the WayBack Machine…

by O Society April 1, 2019 Wish this was an April Fool's joke, folks. But it isn't. It's all really real. There's nothing funny here. I mean what's funny? Like a clown? https://youtu.be/E84VqqCPI7w How is it funny? Does it amuse you? Today, we're going to take a trip in the WayBack Machine to 6 months … Continue reading Wild Ride in the WayBack Machine…

The Mueller Report Bookmarks a Shameful Period of Groupthink in the Press: On Monoliths and Mercer

edited by O Society Mar 28, 2019 written by Chris Hedges TruthDig The Mueller report’s categorical statement "Donald Trump and his campaign did not collude with Russia" ends one of the most shameful periods in modern American journalism, one which rivals and perhaps surpasses even the mindless cheerleading for the Iraq War by most of … Continue reading The Mueller Report Bookmarks a Shameful Period of Groupthink in the Press: On Monoliths and Mercer