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... Corbyn, or investigate who and what was behind them? But is it really just lack of time, money and skilled staff? No one can seriously discuss British politics over the past forty odd years without acknowledging the pernicious influence of Rupert Murdoch. His particular brand of journalism has also infected American politics. Think of Lying Donald's own personal propaganda news station, Fox News, which is provided by Murdoch. Unfortunately, there is no discussion of Murdoch and his influence in the USA in Hersh's book. Surely the bigger problem than time and resources is that those Hersh has made his name exposing have actually got more powerful since he first started out, more able to conceal the ...
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... designation 'far right' implies something hard and unyielding, in Britain it has not been a rooted conservative force. To date the far right seems to have been changed far more by British society than British society has been changed by the far right. The closing chapters focus on digital activism and the role the far right plays in churning out propaganda and channelling outrage. Here the British far right becomes something both less and something more: whatever it lacks as an effective political body it retains the potential to popularise new formulations that might alter the political weather. Yet, even when it successfully generates slogans, it does not have the power to direct them. The overall impression that ...
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... with the British state and secret state. Did the chaps – and it is almost entirely men in this story – not need to do such things? Were they all on the same page without needing to state it? Or is it simply that none of this got put down on paper? The most frequently used techniques were bribery, propaganda and manipulation. Phoney political movements and parties were created. This continued into the 1980s when the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) – allegedly, says the author – began funding one of the Islamic groups in Pakistan to spread Islamic literature among the Soviet republics with large Islamic populations. (p . 225) And there were phoney radio ...
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... seen from the abstract: 22 <https://tinyurl.com/ybsr4v7b> or <https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/mar/15/ killing-season-geoffrey-robinson-army-indonesian-genocide-jess-melvinreviews> 23 Paul Lashmar and James Oliver, Britain's Secret Propaganda War 1948-1977 (Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 1998) 24<https://tinyurl.com/ybs6cr3w> or <https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/ how-we-destroyed-sukarno-1188448.html> 25 Christopher Mayhew, War of Words: a ...
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... campaigning. Focus groups will still be used by the media to create stories about what people 'really think. ' When Jeremy Corbyn was having a rough start to 2017, focus groups were helpful in developing the theme of his uselessness. 12 Featherstone p. 246 13 Samuel C. Woolley & Philip N. Howard, 'Political Communication, Computational Propaganda and Autonomous Agents', in International Journal of Communication 10(2016), at < http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/6298/1809>. The Huffington Post ran a focus group story which purported to show how voters in the marginal seat of Slough saw Corbyn as ...
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6. Hugh who? (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... six months in Aden in 1966 and in 1967 reported the Arab- Israeli war. 2. In 1969, I left the BBC External Services to take a job as a specialist writer in the Information Research Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. IRD had been set up at the onset of the Cold War to counter Soviet Communist Bloc propaganda, by monitoring, conducting research and providing unattributable briefings to journalists and others. 3. By the time I joined, IRD's terms of reference had widened to include responsibility for monitoring and countering hostile propaganda from any source. For example I spent some weeks in Bermuda advising on countering black-power propaganda and during 1971, I started ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 80  -  18 Mar 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster75/lob75-hugh-who.pdf
... Mad men? Marketing the Third Reich: Persuasion, Packaging and Propaganda Nicholas O'Shaughnessy Routledge, 2017, £29.99 (p /b ) Colin Challen The title of this book is both arresting, yet banal. And very chilling. To deal with the last point first: the twenty first century's highly developed concept and practice of marketing is that you identify your market, then you quantify it and then seek profitable ways of satisfying it (either financially or electorally). So it doesn't, initially, really seem appropriate to use the word 'marketing' in the context of 'selling' Nazism. It is difficult to imagine Hitler organising focus groups to see how he ...
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... discussed who they considered to be the most interesting man in the New Testament after Jesus. Halsey chose the Good Samaritan, but Blair opted for Pontius Pilate of all people. Halsey remonstrated with him only for Blair to insist that 'the powerful were also deserving of our political sympathy'. It seems fair to say that while, for purely propaganda reasons, New Labour sometimes tried to dress its interventionism up in the clothes of the Good Samaritan, it was actually playing the part of the governor of a Roman province. For the British, the underlying reality of the Afghan war was that it was fought entirely at the behest of the United States. The only British interest at ...
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... , for the Council Revolution that swept through Germany between late 1918 and early 1919.4 It declared that the Jews had been gradually seizing power in Germany following the 1929 Wall Street Crash, and that the banks, publishing, the cinema, theatre and 'a large part' of the press were 'virtually controlled' by them. Following Nazi propaganda, Bryant claimed that the Jews were racially discriminating against Aryans, so that it was becoming progressively more difficult for a gentile German to hold any kind of privileged position. Despite this, the book received glowing reviews from the Times Literary Supplement, Public Opinion, the Illustrated London News, the New English Weekly, the Fortnightly Review, ...
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... for the Study of Intelligence. An analysis of this literature in its historical context shows it to reflect the development of an epistemic community theorising the practice of a cadre of activists experienced in political warfare – the covert intervention by one country in the internal politics of another. The roots of this tradition are traced to the beginnings of modern mass propaganda in the context of the First World War and the Russian 5David Leigh's 1978 Guardian account of the demise of IRD is archived at <http://www.cambridgeclarion.org/e /fo_deceit_unit_graun_27jan1978.html>. 6 History also tells us that when the Reagan administration revived the Cold ...
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