Delving Into “Disinfo Wars”

Kevin Barrett interviews Nolan Higdon and James Tracy on Truth Jihad Radio.

Higdon’s article, “Disinfo Wars: Alex Jones War on Your Mind,” was published by Project Censored in September 2013. Tracy posted a critique of the piece at Memory Hole earlier this month; a response from Higdon appeared shortly thereafter.

Continue reading Delving Into “Disinfo Wars”

0

The Financial Bearings of Manufactured Dissent

By James F. Tracy

This article was originally published at Memory Hole and Global Research on August 3, 2012. It is reposted here for further consideration in light of Nolan Higdon’s article, “Disinfo Wars: Alex Jones’ War on Your Mind,” published by Project Censored’s in September 2013, and the exchange concerning that work taking place here earlier this month.

The following should not be seen as a blanket condemnation of progressive media outlets, which often produce important work. Rather, the observations suggest how, particularly when faced with the challenge of forthrightly addressing “deep events” and the equivalent, such media are arguably subject to similar institutional pressures and self-censorship more overtly exhibited by their corporate-owned counterparts.*

Continue reading The Financial Bearings of Manufactured Dissent

0

New Book on Academic Dissidents Barrett and Fetzer

White_RoseThe Dynamic Duo: White Rose Blooms in Wisconsin is a new book about those notorious American resisters and truth-tellers, Dr. James Fetzer and Dr. Kevin Barrett.

Fetzer and Barrett, career academicians and longtime radio-show personalities, in the past hosted a radio show called “The Dynamic Duo.”

It all comes from that day, 22 November 1963, at 12:30 PM in Dallas.

From that day we got Oklahoma City, we got 9/11 and Afghanistan and Iraq.

Continue reading New Book on Academic Dissidents Barrett and Fetzer

0

The AR-15 Dog and Pony Show

by Anonymous

As someone who has followed the Sandy Hook story and the subsequent push for increased gun control quite closely, imagine my surprise to learn from a June 2013 article published in the literary magazine Harper’s that the hue and cry around having the public’s access to weapons reined in may indeed be an ongoing dog-and-pony show intended for perception management only. The article, written by Dan Baum, titled “How to Make Your Own AR-15: The gun Congress can’t ban,” revealed a regulatory loophole that has made what they want us to believe is a “powerful assault weapon” as easily obtainable as home-baked bread.

Continue reading The AR-15 Dog and Pony Show

0