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Great doc by Scott Noble. Similar in content and thrust to Curtis’ “Century of Self" yet ultimately better. More bold. More truthier. More better. And I saw his other doc "Human Resources" and very much respect his take on our modern day propaganda machine (and its origins).
Description I stole:
"The film explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in  the United States, with an emphasis on the “elitist theory of democracy”  and the relationship between war, propaganda and class. This is not a  high budget affair, but was financed via a blue collar job, and is being  released online for free. The interviews contained within are original  and were conducted by proxy.  If it is your desire to understand how we  are manipulated into believing the things we do — watch this film. Film  by Scott Noble"
Blurbs I stole:
“A deep, richly illustrated study of the nature and history of propaganda, featuring some of the world’s most insightful critics”.  - Mark Achbar; Film director; ‘Manufacturing Consent’, ‘The Corporation’ "Psywar exposes the propaganda system, providing crucial background and insight into the control of information and thought."  - Kim Petersen, Dissident Voice
Click-thru to watch for free. There are streaming links along with torrent resources.

Great doc by Scott Noble. Similar in content and thrust to Curtis’ “Century of Self" yet ultimately better. More bold. More truthier. More better. And I saw his other doc "Human Resources" and very much respect his take on our modern day propaganda machine (and its origins).

Description I stole:

"The film explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the “elitist theory of democracy” and the relationship between war, propaganda and class. This is not a high budget affair, but was financed via a blue collar job, and is being released online for free. The interviews contained within are original and were conducted by proxy.  If it is your desire to understand how we are manipulated into believing the things we do — watch this film. Film by Scott Noble"

Blurbs I stole:

A deep, richly illustrated study of the nature and history of propaganda, featuring some of the world’s most insightful critics”.
- Mark Achbar; Film director; ‘Manufacturing Consent’, ‘The Corporation’

"Psywar exposes the propaganda system, providing crucial background and insight into the control of information and thought."
- Kim Petersen, Dissident Voice

Click-thru to watch for free. There are streaming links along with torrent resources.

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