James F. Tracy
In the wake of World War I, erstwhile propagandist and political scientist Harold Lasswell famously defined propaganda as “the management of collective attitudes” and the “control over opinion” through “the manipulation of significant symbols.”
The extent to which this tradition is enthusiastically upheld in the West and the United States in particular is remarkable. The American public is consistently propagandized by its government and corporate news media on the most vital of contemporary issues and events. Deception on such a scale would be of little consequence if the US was not the most powerful economic and military force on earth.
Coverage of the events of September 11, 2001 and subsequent state-sponsored terrorism indicates, major "media" are essentially a component of the national security state (MATRIX), their reports and broadcast scripts all but overtly written by intelligence and military organizations.
As the United States and world approach the thirteenth anniversary of the most momentous false flag in modern history, the American public would be well-served to remind itself that ISIS is the new Al Qaeda—in other words, the new pretext that will in all likelihood be used by to take police state measures at home and military aggression abroad to new, perhaps unprecedented, levels.
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2014/09/isis-is-americas-new-terror-brand.html#L6ur6pBK9tbFY5Pb.99
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