A detestable propaganda piece about Jobbik and the Hungarian nationalist movement by Russia Today

Monday, October 7, 2013



The “Al Jazeera” of Eastern-Europe produced a highly manipulative, obnoxious propaganda piece of Hungary and the Hungarian nationalist movement; even the blind can see the hostile intent behind the detestable hate video that was produced to slander Hungarian nationalists. Several experts working in the alternative media refuse to talk to Russia Today because they believe that the TV station is run by the same suspects as Al Jazeera.

(hungarianambiance.com)

3 comments:

0jr said...

I believe it is zionist controlled and run.

Anonymous said...

Nationalism is the only direction to take in righteousness. Push hard, move forward, and persevere despite what anyone says or does.

Anonymous said...

The Presstitute media is rapidly losing credibility as more reliable media such as PressTV.com, online blogs and web journalists provide superior coverage and interpretation (context) of events. The elites are worried - they are losing media hegemony and control over public opinion. The standard dumbed-down "Sheeple" demographic used by the elites to manage and move public opinion (Media Model of Social Control) - the 50 - 60% TV-Newspaper (unsubstantiated) opinionated BIGOTS (caught in the left vs right concision paradigm) are rapidly being eclipsed by a growing "Thinking Public" (the 10 - 15% of right-thinking people who can think independently). The elites are in real trouble - the Disney "narratives" used to control the Sheeple are rapidly breaking down - the lifetime members of the naive TV Disney World are becoming intellectually marginalized as opinionated TV BIGOT fools.

BBC abandoning a pretence of journalism

www.voltairenet.org/article180462.html

Hegemony by Greg Johnson
www.counter-currents.com/2011/08/hegemony/

...Framing the Argument

I had always thought of politics as a matter of winning arguments, i.e., being on the prevailing side in debates about political issues. But it occurred to me that there is a power greater than that of winning an argument. That is the power to frame an argument, to set the parameters of debate, so that one always wins, no matter what the outcome. It is a case of saying, “Heads I win, tails you lose.”...
To avoid that outcome, one must not only frame the question. One also needs to control both sides of the debate. One must not just script political theater. One must also stage it. But one needs to make sure that the actors don’t take their roles too seriously...
Controlling the political realm by framing and stage-managing political debate is a form of what is called “hegemony.”...
“Hegemony,” from the Greek hegemonia, means leadership, domination, rule. But it is not just any kind of rule...
Hegemony can also take a cultural form, ruling over the political realm by shaping the values and ideas that set the parameters and goals of specifically political activity, including debate. In other words, cultural hegemony is a matter of “metapolitics.”...
metapolitical hegemony is “soft” power that ultimately reduces to persuasion. (Persuasion is a matter of rhetoric, which involves but cannot be reduced to rational argument.)...
Metapolitics has two elements: (1) propaganda, meaning articulating and communicating our message, and (2) community organizing, meaning creating a community that lives according to our philosophy today and will serve as the nucleus of the new political order we seek to build tomorrow...

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