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So, the writers at the Washing Post want to censor other writers. Do you think that's right?


Here's a few of the writers that the Washington Post thinks are "propaganda" or "fake" news sites. oftwominds.com - an excellent writer who weaves his thoughts in such a way as to give the readers an easy walk leading to his conclusions. If you want to persuade someone, this guy writes very well. zerohedge.com - a website that gathers others info and articles and republishes them at zero hedge. Way before the debacle of 2007/08, they were sending up glaring red flags as to the eventual debacle. Even Ron Paul is accused of being a propagandist!! You want government protection from this?

 

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Best Answer Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) says

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    John Wilson (The Old Guard) 9 months ago

    Tom,

    Well, stated.

    I'd also add that the U.S. Government feeds the mass media lies to sway public opinion towards a false narrative.

    Those on the internet do a great job of exposing the lies told by the U.S. government.

    Cheers

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    John Wilson (The Old Guard) 9 months ago

    It's crazy how the left is coming up with every excuse other than the fact that they themselves are to blame.

    So are the elites in the GOP.

    The hypocrisy and corruption have never been so blatant. The media and the elite in the parties are blind.

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    John D Wilson (claptona) 9 months ago

    Well, when one liar *Washington Post" says another website is giving out false information, what is it? A promotion of "false" news?

    I know you you've got a brain, you can write. Why not use it and conclude that the goal is censorship? No other goal