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Tag Archives: Propaganda

Are AI concerns overblown? | FFT

One of the biggest trends coming out of the ‘AI phenomenon’ is a pattern of domesday fearmongering and hysteria describing advanced technology that ‘threatens the very survival of mankind’.

But is the threat of an advanced race of intelligent robots really as soon around the corner as we think? Or is this all designed to push another agenda behind the scenes?

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The Influence of Big Pharma in Australia

Pharmaceutical giants continue to influence Australia politics, media and regulatory industries, to promote an agenda of consumption over healing, disinformation over informed discussion and manipulation over security of their products.

Big Pharma’s footprint in Australia is undeniable, from documented statistics and policies, lobbying and bribery, national systems to monitor customer behaviour and the destruction of the natural medicines industry.

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The truth about gun control in Australia

In 1996, Australia passed some of the most restrictive gun laws in the western world, including bans on semi-automatic and self-loading rifles and shotguns, and imposed stricter licensing and registration requirements.

Australians pride themselves on ‘telling it like it is’, but when it comes to gun laws, ‘straight shooting’ often takes a back seat to a determined effort at silencing debate.

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Language of Fear: Attack in Melbourne

On the 9th of the 11th, 2018, another ‘terrorism’ event has occurred on the streets of Melbourne.

In the immediate aftermath of the event, the social engineers and media manipulators have begun routine broadcasting of fearmongering material to keep the public in a perpetual state of fear, while using this event to justify further measures to ban ‘hate speech’ material.

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Analysing Mass Media: Fear and Manipulation | Part I

It has now surpassed a decade since the attacks of 9/11 transformed the world that we live in, and as a forever expanding state of paranoia emerged in the aftermath, there has seemingly been a never-ending supply of reasons to be afraid of, well, just about anything.

In the following feature piece, Ethan Nash takes a look at how the media play a central role in producing a discourse of fear, and how this has allowed the press to manipulate public opinion for many years.

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