Tuesday, 6. November 2012
The proponents of psychological warfare tactics by modern-day governments argue that fears about government propaganda are misplaced as there are laws in place to prevent the US government from propagandizing to its own citizens.Indeed, legislation prohibiting government-sponsored domestic propaganda has been in place for nearly one century. That legislation, however, is outdated, unenforceable, and is routinely breached by the very government agencies that it is supposed to restrain. And as weak and effective as this legislation already is, it in danger of being even further diluted by a proposed amendment to the 2013 edition of the National Defense Authorization Act.
In this third episode of our new series on psychological warfare James Corbett presents Psyops on the Homefront, the existing laws prohibiting government-sponsored domestic propaganda, their limitation, how these laws has been violated both in letter and in spirit by recently-exposed psyops campaigns funded by the American taxpayer and aimed directly at the US population, and the government-media partnership in preparation and execution of propaganda campaigns targeting domestic population.
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