The term dystopia was coined in the late nineteenth century by John Stuart Mill as opposed to the term eutopia or utopia used by Tomas Moro to designate an ideal place or society.
The methods for censoring independent media all come from the CIA; they all come from the intelligence services.
The CIA is accustomed to controlling the explanations that are given to the American people. They began controlling the American media in the 1950’s and I think today they have complete control over the print and TV media in the United States.
It seems that the walls have ears in the White House. Even classified information regarding national security is disclosed to the public in short time. This raises doubts among the US’ partners. Who wants to do business with a country with no secrets? This scares the US administration for the same reasons. Its great goals - first and foremost establishing better relations with Russia and making America great again – become unachievable. The country is under the shadow of those forces who do not want these plans to reach fruition. Stolen secrets are thus rapidly disseminated by Trump-unfriendly mainstream media, which are the main tool used by the globalists seeking world domination
‘Fake news’. It’s the current big news not just in the USA and Britain, but in every Western nation in the world.
Recently, we heard directly from Zuckerberg that they would like to change Facebook policy. This is all of course in light of the fake news scandal, which is a very big deal in the United States right now.
On the outset, it seems that Syria and Cambodia have little in common, are in very different regions, and have very different cultures. But it is striking that the Cambodia proxy war from 1979 to 1993 (post-Khmer Rouge rule) seems to be replicated by the current proxy war on Syria.
This article conducts a discursive analysis of an article published by the ISIS in its magazine Dabiq, published periodically in the English language for purposes of propaganda and recruitment.