Media, Censorship & Propaganda - Articles

Smartphone technology has sparked a new revolution in the movie making industry as it becomes possible to produce a full movie just using smart phone video technogy. This has made it now possible to produce powerful and professional films on a tiny budget. [more →]
The Hurt Locker is a new war movie that, in the long tradition of the movie industry, completely ignores the stories of women and children who make up the vast majority of casulaties. [more →]
PBS is renowned for highlighting issues other media channels censor out. But when it comes to the rape of prostitutes by 'our boys' in the Navy, PBS joins the media conspiracy of silence. Falconberg asks why. [more →]
The box office failure of Expelled, the 2008 pro-creationist documentary, is an indication, according to researcher Gregory Paul, of the erosion of creationism in the US by spreading Western secularism. [more →]
Last year, Clint Eastwood's Flag of Our Fathers hit the movie theaters around Veterans' Day.┬áThe advent of yet another war movie prompted Falconberg to write the following. [more →]
Reflections On Our Inner Bush
Phil Rockstroh—09/2006
Bush is not the problem, but merely a symptom of a society that has sold out to corporate capitalism. The President is now just a commodity, substantiated merely by PR campaigns. [more →]
Mr. Rove's Opus of Deception
Phil Rockstroh—09/2006
False narratives, peddled by the US mass media, have become the staple diet of a terrified and daunted American people. But lies have an annoying habit of coming home to roost. [more →]
Muslims everywhere are incensed by the publication in a Danish newspaper of cartoons deriding Islam. Should freedom of speech be curtailed to avoid racial and religious hatred? [more →]
US liberal media is dying because it has started to play by the same rules as mainstream media — primary being not to annoy your corporate sponsors by presenting anything too radical. [more →]
Manipulation of The People
John Smith—09/2003
Despite living in "the free world", there are very few free men and women walking around in our democracies. This is because we are all being manipulated in some way to do the bidding of others. [more →]
Journalism professor and photojournalist, Thorne Anderson, writes about his concerns regarding the US imminent invasion of Iraq. [more →]