6 thoughts on “Roger Waters Interviewed By Michael Smerconish & Exposes CNN’s Propaganda…

  1. feinmann

    Smerconish does not impress me. Out to score points, however, all he manages to do is to demonstrate a woeful grasp of geopolitical dynamics, events and history. Perhaps he is symptomatic of a shackled broadcasting company that is only allowed to parrot the government line. His interviewing style is reminiscent of equally dreadful BBC interviewers.

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      I am exposed to a ton of BBC…They tend to be good, so long as Nothing being talked about is of political/financial importance to the establishment. Aside from that, you’re right.

      I listen to a lot of content broadcast from the local universities…so, I get tons of news…BBC usually kicks in very late in the day, and over night…Most of the stuff that gets played on these stations [non BBC content], is surprisingly open and informative…You get disclosures surprisingly often, on how the people they just reported something negative about are also their financial backers. It’s getting kind of trippy.

      I suppose it could be suspected, that this is another form of social conditioning…I don’t know.

      1. feinmann

        “I am exposed to a ton of BBC” Oh dear Steve, please don’t lose your ability to question dominant narratives – the BBC is a full-on UK establishment and World Economic Forum new world order mouthpiece The Trusted News Initiative, led by the BBC, is a “newspeak” organization coordinating across broadcast, print and social media to direct censorship. This is the root of the current multinational corporate attempt at narrative control. By taking what the BBC says at face value, reality will be hidden from you. Just compare, for example, the output from the Duran channel (Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris) on the topic of Ukraine and what the BBC tells you – the two sources of information are polar opposites. Why is that?

        Dominant narrative control aka fear-mongering, was deployed very successfully with Covid, and, further back in time, we of all people should never forget being on the receiving end of decades of discriminatory government fearmongering policies and laws, designed to outlaw and eradicate our sexuality.

        It is valuable to recall Nineteen Eighty-Four the dystopian novel by George Orwell about an oligarchical, collectivist society. Life in the Oceania province of Airstrip One is a world of perpetual war, pervasive government surveillance, and incessant public mind control. The individual is always subordinated to the state, and it is in part this philosophy which allows the Party to manipulate and control humanity. From what I can see, the World Economic Forum and its new world order philosophy is no different from the dystopian philosophy portrayed by Orwell.

      2. eqfoundation Post author

        I know…But what I’m mostly talking about is local news…BBC is global…And you’re right…You cannot really trust what they say.

        Don’t worry so much…I know. 🙂

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