Edward Bernays, the author of the aptly titled Propaganda, was cited in his 1995 obituary as the “father of public relations.” In defense of the profession, he made the following eye-opening observation: If all men had to study for themselves the abstruse economic, political, and ethical data involved in every question, they would find it impossible to come to a conclusion about anything. We have voluntarily agreed to let an invisible government sift the data and high spot the outstanding issue so that our field of choice shall be narrowed to practical proportions. “The investigative journalist,” confessed Bernays, “is the propagandist’s natural enemy, as the former serves the public interest, while the latter tends to work against it.”

O’Keefe, James. American Muckraker: Rethinking Journalism for the 21st Century (p. 237). Post Hill Press. Kindle Edition.


The following is an evidence of “New Media,” citizen journalism using social media to report the real, easily documented news.

They are literally putting nails on the roads in Canada to stop the trucker convoy from traveling.

This is how scared of freedom these cowards are.

@Dschlopes