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  • Manifesto memes: the radical right’s new dangerous visual rhetorics
    These memes frame violent mass murder as sanctified white male dominance and a pathway for disaffected young white men to recover their “proper” masculinity. ... read more
    Source: openDemocracyPublished on 16-09-19
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  • Daily Source Bias Check: The Advocate
    LEFT BIAS These media sources are moderately to strongly biased toward liberal causes through story selection and/or political affiliation.  They may utilize strong loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes), publish misleading reports and omit reporting of information that may damage liberal causes. ... read more
    Source: Media Bias/Fact CheckPublished on 16-09-19
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  • Five things you need to know: Johnson “infantile” over Hulk comparison says Verhofstadt
    Plus, oil price surges after attacks in Saudi Arabia and Liberal Democrats pledge to cancel Brexit. Prime minister's comparison to Hulk "infantile" Boris Johnson has been called "infantile" for comparing himself to the Incredible Hulk preparing to break free from the EU, ahead of meetings aimed at ... read more
    Source: New Statesman (UK)Published on 16-09-19
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  • Start the Week thread 16 September 2019
    Tuesday sees the start of the Supreme Court hearing on Prorogation. I’m guessing it will take a couple of days to hear with a result at the beginning of next week. The outcome may give the Bercow Party – which now has an ‘opposition ‘ majority of 48 – the ... read more
    Source: BBC BiasedPublished on 16-09-19
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  • John Pilger Film: The Dirty war on the NHS
    By John Pilger: My last film, The Coming War on China, was only completed because of the generosity and solidarity of the hundreds of people whose names appear in the end-credits. For me, watching those names roll is one of the proudest moments of the film. Initially, I was reluctant ... read more
    Source: TruePublicaPublished on 16-09-19
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  • The Austerity Enforcement Gap – Our Environment
    Strong rules help to make sure that the air we breathe and the water we drink is clean, that our food is safe and correctly labelled, our natural spaces are being looked after, and the products we buy are safe. Strong rules protect the most vulnerable in society and provide ... read more
    Source: TruePublicaPublished on 16-09-19
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  • Warren maintains her strong betting favorite position for the Democratic nomination
    But Biden continues to top the polls With all the focus on the United Kingdom’s political crisis PB’s not covered the 2020 American presidential race for some time. At this stage, of course, this is all about who the Democratic party will choose to take on Donald Trump in ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 16-09-19
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  • WATCH: 9/11 Whistleblowers
    “But someone would have talked,” say the self-styled skeptics who believe the government’s official conspiracy theory of 9/11. But there’s a problem with this logically fallacious non-argument. “Someone” did talk. In fact, numerous people have come out to blow the whistle on the events of September 11, 2001, and the ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 15-09-19
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  • REJOICE.
    Source: BBC BiasedPublished on 15-09-19
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  • A WORD FROM THE OWNER
    Hi everybody! I know it’s been a while! I trust you are all well. I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your continued support for this site. In PARTICULAR, I wanted to thank Fedup2 for doing all the hard work of setting up the Open Threads and ... read more
    Source: BBC BiasedPublished on 15-09-19
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  • The Liberal Democrats are taking a risk they don’t need over Article 50
    The strategy is high risk, low reward. The Liberal Democrats have officially made it their party policy to revoke Article 50 if they win a majority at the next election, in a move that they hope will cement their position as “the strongest party of ... read more
    Source: New Statesman (UK)Published on 15-09-19
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  • The Bad Boys Of Brexit. A review
    The “Bad Boys Of Brexit” relates the adventures of Nigel Farage, Aaron Banks and Andy Wigmore and the Leave.eu campaign from July 2015 to the referendum and beyond, with a later addendum taking the story up to the May election announcement . It’s told in diary format as written ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 15-09-19
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  • EXISTENTIAL STUPIDITY – the “Moron” Meme
    Dick Croy When I wrote my stage play Morons, after availing myself of the abundance of evidence that 9/11 was a false flag operation aided and abetted by rogue elements within our own government. You’d be correct in assuming that it was my intention to get in the face of ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 15-09-19
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  • The Latest Fact Checks from the International Fact Checking Network (IFCN) 9/15/2019
    The code of principles of the International Fact-Checking Network IFCN at Poynter is a series of commitments organizations abide by to promote excellence in fact-checking. The following fact checks come from IFCN fact checkers. (D. Van Zandt) Claim by Donald Trump: “Soon after, I went down to Ground Zero with men who worked for ... read more
    Source: Media Bias/Fact CheckPublished on 15-09-19
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  • The public oppose prorogation, but Boris won’t care
    This article previously appeared on The Metro.  After the dramatic events last night Parliament has officially been prorogued, and will now be suspended for the next five weeks. The move has been controversial, with the Government claiming it was intended to allow them to hold a new Queen’s speech and ... read more
    Source: YouGovPublished on 15-09-19
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  • Daily Source Bias Check: Guttmacher Institute
    LEFT-CENTER BIAS These media sources have a slight to moderate liberal bias.  They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor liberal causes.  These sources are generally trustworthy for information, but may require further investigation.  See ... read more
    Source: Media Bias/Fact CheckPublished on 15-09-19
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  • THE SUNDAY ESSAY: in search of independently-minded competence
    IABATO – IT’S ALL BOLLOCKS AND THAT’S OFFICIAL DSCN0260 The widespread acceptance of sloppy administration, narrow education and superficial media propaganda are all symptoms of a Western culture that has lost the will to be civilised. ... read more
    Source: The Slog – An incorrigible Cognitive DissidentPublished on 15-09-19
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  • Before you bet on the next Lib Dem leader market just remember the next leader might be in another party right now
    Since @joswinson became leader, the Lib Dems have gained a new MP on average every nine days. — Stephen Daisley (@JournoStephen) September 14, 2019
    Surreal to think that fewer than three months ago Sam Gyimah was running to be Tory leader (and PM) ... read more
    Source: Political BettingPublished on 15-09-19
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  • Boycott All U.S.-Corporate Media!
    Eric Zuesse Now Twitter is just as corrupt as Google and Facebook and MSNBC and CNN and Fox and the Washington Post and The Atlantic and all the rest. Propaganda organizations all. Caitlin Johnstone nailed it, on September 12th, under the headline “Have You Noticed How Social Media Purges Always ... read more
    Source: OffGuardianPublished on 14-09-19
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