Ep. 102 – The Border Crisis – What Are We Really Being Sold? (Show Aired 6.23.18)

Children separated from their families at the border is the latest media meme. But what exactly is the media trying to sell us on? Show originally aired on June 23rd, 2018 on WSB radio Atlanta A new board was recently put in at WSB. We’re still working out the kinks. Our apologies for any issues … Read more

Ep. 100 – The Summer of Race-Baiting Has Begun (Propaganda Report Podcast)

The summer of identity politics and race-baiting officially kicked off last week with three events that all occurred on the same day; the Starbucks racial bias training, MSNBC’s ‘Everyday Racism In America’ Town Hall, and the Roseanne Barr tweet controversy. On this 100th episode of the Propaganda Report, we talk about how the Roseanne tweet … Read more

Ep. 97 – Is The Russian Collusion Saga A Chatham House (UK) Psyop?

“I Like To Break Up Countries.” – Sir Andrew Wood (The Man Who Made Sure John McCain Got The Steele Dossier) Sir Andrew Wood, the man who John McCain admits alerted him to the existence of the Steele Dossier during a secret meeting at a security conference in Canada, once said “I like to break … Read more

Ep. 96 – DARPA & The Weaponization of Meme’s (Military Memetics)

A modern version of Operation Mockingbird is in full effect as yet another former head of an intelligence agency makes the media rounds. Plus, we analyze a DARPA funded study into Military Memetics that reveals the government’s scientific approach to mass manipulation through the use of memes. TUTORIAL: MILITARY MEMETICS BASED ON DARPA STUDY Former … Read more

Ep. 83 – Why Facebook Suddenly "Cares" About Children & Democracy

Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Twitter, and Google have been in the news lately acknowledging how damaging their technology is to children and to democracy. Do the admissions made by the tech giants reflect a genuine concern about the impact their products have on society, or are they merely teeing up a pre-planned solution that will result in … Read more

NYT Says Trump Spent The Day Watching Vids of Himself Bash Obama (Citing Unnamed Sources)

The New York Times has made another odd claim about the President that their audience is sure to believe without question. Is the mainstream media testing what they can get away with? Are they trying to see how far they can go before their audience will question them? In an story reported over the weekend, … Read more

Ep. 82 – DACA: Dems Dupe Dreamers & Soros Funds Global "Fight Against" Fake News (Podcast)

Liberals don’t care about the Dreamers, they care about keeping their base enraged at Trump. George Soros and the Ford Foundation are funding a worldwide effort to “fight fake news” that’s already shaping the reality we perceive. And we talk Trump’s Fake News awards and the competing Press Oppressor Awards. This and much more on … Read more

Fake News Jim Acosta Shames 9/11 First Responder for Asking Legitimate Question

Last night at an event called “Journalism in the Trump Era”, hosted by the George Soros linked “Committee to Protect Journalists”, Jim Acosta was asked by a 9/11 first responder why he never covers the facts that have emerged which undermine the official 9/11 story. Acosta responded by twisted the man’s words and then publicly … Read more

Facebook 'Vetting' Local News Sources for New Mobile Feature

Facebook is currently testing a new feature on its mobile app called, “Today In,” a feed made up of local news. The purpose of the new feature is to help people find local news from “vetted” sources. That’s right. Facebook wants to vet your local news sources for you. According to Record, who spoke with … Read more

8 Interesting Stories This Week (Including Ellen & Obama's Tahiti Vacation)

Each week I compile handful of stories that I find interesting and believe you may as well. Here are 8 stories that caught my attention over the past few days. Dozens of “Resistance Books” To Hit The Market In 2018 The successful release of Michael Wolf’s propaganda piece ‘Fire & Fury’, which debuted at number … Read more

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