"Many people, especially
ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for
Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of
If you're right and you know it, speak your mind.
Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth."
COMMITTED TO THE TRUTH
Cynthia McKinney / Denis Halliday
"Reporters will not report
their own insights or contrary evaluations of the official 9/11
story, because to question the government story about 9/11 is
to question the very foundations of our entire modern belief system
regarding our government, our country, and our way of life. To
be charged with questioning these foundations is far more serious
than being labeled a disgruntled conspiracy nut or an anti-government
traitor, or even being sidelined or marginalized within an academic,
government-service, or literary career. To question the official
9/11 story is simply and fundamentally revolutionary."
9/11 and American Empire : Intellectuals
Speak OutEdited by David Ray Griffin and Peter Dale Scott
Joseph Chung / Nomi Prins / F. William
"The real underlying currency
of our world is narrative, and the ability to control it. Everything
always comes down to this one real currency. If you look at what
all these think tanks, NGOs, media outlets and grant making networks
that billionaires pour their money into actually do, it ultimately
boils down to controlling the dominant stories that people tell
about what's going on in their world."
Michael Ruppert / Dr. Pascal Sacre / William Greider
"US corporate-owned media,
in league with government agencies, orchestrate media coverage
to demonize states in conflict with corporate plans."
Ralph McGehee, 1999
Mujahid Kamran / Sibel Edmonds / John Lennon
The news agencies are the most
important suppliers of material to mass media. No daily media
outlet can manage without them. So the news agencies influence
our image of the world; above all, we get to know what they have
Swiss Propaganda Research, 2019
Donald Monaco / Torsten Engelbrecht
"The Washington press corps
has grown closer and closer to its sources. You find these relationships
are so close that reporters don't challenge the subjects of their
stories, they just tell you what the government is saying. In
other words, they've become stenographers for power and not journalists."
" The U.S. news media,
including our most respected newspapers like the New York Times,
turn a blind eye to U.S. violations of core international law,
having no qualms about playing up the violations of adversaries.
It would be nearly impossible for the coverage to be more unprincipled."
John Nichols and Robert W. McChesney
in their book "Tragedy & Farce"
Rima Najjar / Gregory Elich