So much of what you read in the media about foreign policy is pretty much lies.
It’s all run through a filter called:
Good for US foreign policy = play it up, exaggerate it, make it up altogether, twist it completely so it that it seems much more important than it is, assign malice or malign intent to US enemies where none exists, lie about it to make it seem a lot worse than it is; in particular, make US enemies seem like incompetent dufuses.
To fight against the “evil truthtellers like yours truly: Deny all “conspiracy theories” = stories that are actually just reporting the truth as it happened. Attack people pushing the truth as “conspiracy theorists” – crazy, deranged, unstable, malign their politics – call them racists, fascists, Nazis, sexists, perverts, pedophiles, criminals, expose their deepest and most embarrassing sexual, etc. secrets. Make them look bad, dig up any dirt you can on them and smear it all over the place.
If we massacre people, say they attacked us first even if they didn’t, and you can even make up a big lie that says they did. If we commit some evil crime, either it didn’t happen or we blame the enemy and say they did it. I think of lot of these depraved crimes the US commits are just false flag attacks, something we do quite a bit of.
Bad for US foreign policy = Simply don’t report it, report it in a different way so it makes the enemy look bad, divert the blame onto a patsy state, group, or individual such an enemy of the US that can be better blamed. If our enemies pretty much kicked our ass, lie about it, deny it, say someone else did it, blame other people such as patsies.
The Deep State and consequently the US media use patsies all the time. JFK was nothing new. James Earl Ray was absolutely a patsy – he had nothing to do with it. And Sirhan was probably a patsy too. And Russia and Iran have been used as patsies in a number of US attacks during wartime in Syria and the Gulf of Arabia.
A vast amount of the foreign policy stories you read in the media and foreign policies of the US state are biased, twisted, distorted, manipulated, intellectually dishonest, sophist, lawyer-like, weasel-worded, or completely false versions of actually existing reality. Bottom line is it’s mostly (((propaganda))). Thank you (((Edward Bernays))). Talk about psychopaths.
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I don’t know about you but I will never join the US military, it is a myth that they fight for our freedoms: