Tag: propaganda

Antiganda – #SolutionsWatch (video)

05/26/2021


Today James continues the discussion on “positive propaganda” by looking at some examples of #antiganda. Activists around the world are creating eye-catching messages designed to get people to question their conditioning. Here’s how you can join them.

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Antiganda – #SolutionsWatch

05/25/202159 Comments


Today James continues the discussion on “positive propaganda” by looking at some examples of #antiganda. Activists around the world are creating eye-catching messages designed to get people to question their conditioning. Here’s how you can join them.

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James Corbett on Life and Life Only (video)

03/25/2021


via LifeAndLifeOnly: James Corbett of the Corbett Report joins me to discuss a number of topics around the theme of alternative information and how to combat the propaganda, both intentional and in some cases unintentional, that is all around us. We discuss how we came to have non-mainstream worldviews, how a global conspiracy can and provably has happened, our experiences in Asia and how we can all change the world in our own way every day. After all that, we end the talk with a few minutes of talk about a band we’re both rather fond of!

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Interview 1627 – James Corbett on Life and Life Only

03/24/202125 Comments

via LifeAndLifeOnly: James Corbett of the Corbett Report joins me to discuss a number of topics around the theme of alternative information and how to combat the propaganda, both intentional and in some cases unintentional, that is all around us. We discuss how we came to have non-mainstream worldviews, how a global conspiracy can and provably has happened, our experiences in Asia and how we can all change the world in our own way every day. After all that, we end the talk with a few minutes of talk about a band we’re both rather fond of!

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Stop Watching Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch (video)

01/07/2021


The new year brings with it a new approach, and that means the regular #PropagandaWatch series is being discontinued. Today James explains the decision to end the series, reflects on the value of the information contained in this podcast, and teases the introduction of a new series . . .

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Stop Watching Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch

01/06/202155 Comments

The new year brings with it a new approach, and that means the regular #PropagandaWatch series is being discontinued. Today James explains the decision to change tactics, reflects on the value of the information contained in this podcast, and teases the introduction of a new series . . .

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What I Learned From the Master of Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch

10/13/202057 Comments


Did you know that Edward Bernays was on Late Night with David Letterman in 1985? Well, he was, and the full conversation is up on GooTube (for now). Join James for an exploration of the insights we can gain into the manipulation of the public mind by the man who literally wrote the book on Propaganda.

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Interview 1525 – James Corbett on The Propaganda Report

03/13/202011 Comments

via The Propaganda Report: The Corbett Report’s James Corbett joins us to discuss critically thinking about the news, the coronavirus agenda, how global power operates, the WWI blueprint for modern propaganda, how to fight back, and much more.

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Experts Say “Experts Say” Headlines are Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch

10/07/201962 Comments


Experts say not to believe news headlines that start with experts say. And in this case the expert is me. Find out more in this week’s edition of #PropagandaWatch with James Corbett.

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Can Truth Be Propaganda? – #PropagandaWatch

07/31/201975 Comments


Some want to make the distinction between “propaganda”—manipulating others with lies—and marketing—manipulating others with truth. But is this an accurate distinction? Or is it possible to use truthful information in propaganda. Join James as he explores an example of true propaganda from WWII and calls on the audience for more examples.

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