As I wrote in the latest article titled Why I’m not a fan of the ‘fake news’ meme, “Fake news” is a meme, and it has a very specific and specific purpose.
If we want to avoid fake news, we must reject any attempts to use it to sway people to our side or to create a false narrative.
And it is the job of the mainstream media to combat this.
The MSM is not merely a tool of propaganda.
It is a media that works to shape public opinion, and the media is increasingly focused on amplifying the narratives of political leaders and political groups.
And when we turn on the TV and watch Fox News, we are witnessing this same thing.
And what we’re seeing is a propaganda campaign designed to spread misinformation and make people believe false information.
And we have seen it play out in the United States over the last several months, as evidenced by the recent attacks on the media by the Trump administration.
And that is precisely what the media has to stop.
The media is part of the problem, not the solution, and we have to address the problem by rejecting the propaganda that the mainstream outlets have peddled for years.
As it happens, the only media that has a monopoly on information and knowledge is the media that is owned by corporations like Comcast, NBCUniversal, or Comcast.
Those media outlets are the ones that peddle propaganda, and when we reject that propaganda, we can start to address some of the real problems facing our country.
We also need to address those who are trying to exploit the media’s monopoly to attack us, by spreading lies and misinformation about us, and those who seek to control the media.
As a former reporter, I know how it feels to be called a “conspiracy theorist” when you report on something that contradicts the mainstream narrative.
This is especially true when the facts you report contradict the mainstream, and you find yourself at odds with the mainstream.
And even if it doesn’t make you a “conman,” it does make you an outcast, and that is not good for any reporter or journalist.
I am a retired FBI agent who has spent many years working with foreign intelligence agencies, as well as in the intelligence community.
I have also spent time working with journalists and whistleblowers.
And I know that the media does a disservice to its readers by trying to create an atmosphere in which people believe everything they read and are told what they need to hear.
In fact, it often is the opposite.
In this regard, the mainstream press is part and parcel of a conspiracy to suppress and control the news.
The problem is not limited to the media, and there is much that we can do to counter the misinformation being spread by the media to delegitimize President Trump.
And for that reason, I would encourage you to read this book, The Conspiracy of the Media by Glenn Greenwald, a former FBI agent, and a Pulitzer Prize winner.
Greenwald wrote The Washington Post’s op-ed section in October 2018 about how the media was covering the Russia probe and the collusion between Trump and Russia.
He pointed out that some of those media outlets were deliberately misleading readers, by distorting the facts about the investigation, and even by making it appear that the Russia investigation was a witch hunt.
So, the real issue here is not whether you agree with the Russia story, but whether you believe the mainstream reporting about Russia, and whether you have the guts to stand up to it.
I know I have, and I will.
And in fact, I think it is a good idea to read some of Greenwald’s book, which is available online, and read his book to learn what is happening.
And the most important lesson to take away from The Conspiracy is that the goal of the media isn’t to create the truth.
The goal is to control as many people as possible by pushing lies and propaganda.
If you want to change people’s minds and change the media narrative, you have to have a way to get people to change their minds.
That means not just stopping the propaganda, but also doing what it takes to counter it.
And one way to do that is to turn the media on itself, which has worked for centuries.
If the media and its corporate owners don’t stop the media from creating the propaganda narrative, the media will create its own propaganda, just as it has done since time immemorial.
The mainstream media has been doing this for centuries, and has been successful at doing it.
The result is that we have had a constant cycle of propaganda, disinformation, and false news.
And since the media never ceases to do this, we now have a constant and increasingly desperate situation in which we must fight to the death for our freedom and our democracy.
And to that end, I am going to suggest three steps that you can take today, in your own communities, to stop the fake news that is now being promoted by the mainstream mainstream media.
First, if you