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Oh Dear – what’s wrong with the media

Oh Dear – what’s wrong with the media

The video isn’t new – dates from 2014. It was aired on msm – produced by Adam Curtis. He may be considered ‘establishment’ by some – maybe not- by others

However, in a 5 min youtube he does endeavour to explain the madness of msm ‘news’ propoganda

How the Media Keeps Us Distracted From Things That Matter

The media is supposed to tell us everything important. We need media outlets that will direct its mass audience towards what truly counts: justice, truth and wisdom. So why is it that after spending just a few hours watching a news broadcast, you’re likely to feel overloaded, confused, unfocused, and distracted from what really matters? Below is a thoughtful video that explores what is wrong with mainstream media and what tools it uses to exploit our psychological weaknesses.

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), also known unofficially as the “Nudge Unit”, is an organisation that was set up to apply nudge theory (behavioural economics and psychology) to try to improve government policy and services as well as to save the UK government money.[1][2]

Originally set up as a team within the Cabinet Office, it is now a limited company, Behavioural Insights Limited. It is headed by psychologist David Halpern.

The Unit was established as a result of the result of enthusiasm from Conservative thinkers including David Willets, Oliver Letwin and Danny (now Lord) Finkelstein for the book Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein. It suggested that new psychological insights could allow governments to steer people towards desired top-down choices without people realising they were being manipulated.

Mr. Halpern used to be policy chief for Tony Blair, the former Labour prime minister, and later wrote a report on behavioral policy-making commissioned by Mr. Blair’s Labour Party successor, Gordon Brown

BIT was set up in 2010 by the coalition government in a probationary fashion.[1] In April 2013 it was announced that it would be partially privatised as a mutual joint venture.[3]

the unit appears to be adapting psychological tricks dreamed up by big business to get us to part more readily with our hard-earned cash to solve intractable social problems. Located in the Cabinet Office and reporting to key government figures, including the cabinet secretary, Jeremy Heywood*


Says it all

Says it all

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How the West bankrolls Isis: Millions from governments and NGOs funding radical Islamic terror group

How the West bankrolls Isis: Millions from governments and NGOs funding radical Islamic terror group

Western governments are sending millions of pounds of aid to areas held by the radical Islamic group Isis in northern Syria.

The aid, which is paid for by the UK, European and US governments, consists of food, medicine and hygiene kits. It is brought into the country through the war-torn north from the two last remaining border posts open with Turkey in Reyhanli and Kilis.

Western groups such as Mercy Corps International, the Norwegian Refugee Council, World Vision, the International Rescue Committee and the United Nations World Food Programme provide supplies to hundreds of thousands of people every month across the self-proclaimed Islamic State.

This includes towns such as Raqqa, Manbij and Jarablus, which have witnessed beheadings, crucifixions and other draconian interpretations of sharia since Isis took over early this year.

“We have lots of direct shipments into Isis-held areas. Nearly all of our trucks go through the Turkish border post near Kilis. Sometimes they get stuck en route, and we have to wait two or three weeks for them to get there if they get held up by fighting or another opposition group which isn’t happy that we’re sending aid through an Isis checkpoint,” said a Western aid worker.

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False flag: Leveson inquiry launched to ‘divert attention’ away from Cameron’s failings

False flag: Leveson inquiry launched to ‘divert attention’ away from Cameron’s failings

Prime Minister David Cameron launched the Leveson inquiry into British press standards to divert attention away from his decision to hire shamed News Of The World editor Andy Coulson as his communications chief, a former police commissioner has said.

The revelation emerged in the latest extract from Lord Ashcroft’s unauthorized biography of the Prime Minister, which also alleges Cameron was losing sleep over the Scottish independence referendum.

The article published in the Daily Mail on Thursday, reports that former Metropolitan Police officer Sir Paul Richardson wanted to “spread the heat around” and move attention away from his appointment of Coulson.

Stephenson resigned during the phone hacking scandal, which saw the News Of The World shut down, due to his links with one of the paper’s executives Neil Wallis.

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Dave and the Drones – Part III

Dave and the Drones – Part III

Every thriller needs a twist and turn

It started as:

Mr Cameron described the drone strikes as “an act of self-defence” which had to be carried out to protect Britain from terrorist attacks because “there was no alternative.

Now it’s become

UK envoy makes new legal argument for drone killings in Syria

Letter from British permanent representative to United Nations says airstrikes were justified on basis of ‘collective self-defence of Iraq’

Th(is)  new explanation, which was not disclosed to MPs at Westminster when David Cameron first told MPs about the killings……

The prime minister made no mention of defending Iraq when he told MPs on London that an RAF Reaper drone had killed two British jihadis, Reyaad Khan and Ruhul Amin, in the Syrian city of Raqqa, in a strike on 21 August.

“Is it because parliament previously voted against action in Syria, making this justification at odds with the will of the commons? The prime minister cannot face two ways on this issue – he needs to urgently explain this discrepancy.”

“David Cameron needs urgently to answer questions about whether there was genuinely an imminent threat to the UK or is this an expansion of the war against Isis without parliamentary approval? This argument was never raised in parliament. It can’t be both explanations.”

Rycroft’s personal involvement will also raise eyebrows. He was Tony Blair’s private secretary at the time of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

His name was on a key memo revealing that Britain and the US were planning five months before the invasion to take action against Saddam Hussein without a second UN resolution.

By coincidence, Iain Macleod, legal adviser at the Foreign Office, was also legal counsellor at the UK mission to the UN in New York in the run up to the Iraq invasion.

How many twists and turns and wriggles are needed to show the LIE?