Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Ministry of Truth: subtlety is the key

State-run propaganda operation BBC knows how to soft sell. Within a report in today's Radio 4 news at 10 p.m. about a recent treaty between 170 countries to ban the use of additives in tobacco, I heard:
"Some important countries have agreed to the ban, including the USA, China and the EU."
That's right, in the BBC matrix, the EU is a country. That's how the scat-feasters of Brussels see it, of course. But not me. Not now. Not ever.

DEATH TO THE EU, AND FUCK THE BBC (less subtle, but heart-felt).


Smoking Hot said...

My sentiments exactly!

Anonymous said...

That's how they "normalize" everything these days. They use the mass media to preach to the masses the correct change of words, everyone begins hearing it, eventually it starts sounding "normal", then it's forgotten when it ever came into use - they do it on everything these days. It's worse than propaganda, it's the subtle introduction of a new way of thought until it becomes catchy, then "everyone knows" and "debate is over", like that. It's like fighting a machine, because that's what it is, a Leviathan, a monster.

Michael Fowke said...

And the BBC likes to pretend it has no bias. Ridiculous!

Trooper Thompson said...

Anon, you're right and that's why the job of bloggers is, in part, to point the finger at the scat-consumers of the MSM and say 'they're lying'. We're here to mess up their programme.


to those that share it's patronising bias, it is objective. To those that think for themselves, and do not follow the establishment agenda, it is a ludicrous travesty of objectivity. It really is time to start going after the BBC. It has no right to exist.

James Higham said...

I think you've put that pretty well at the end there.

Merry Christmas for now.

Trooper Thompson said...

And to you James.