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March 13, 2006


Fred Svedarsky

"Everybody knows..." is the tell-tale preface, used extensively by leftists for years, to slanted "analysis" or outright falsehoods, conveniently presented without any specific source which can be objectively and critically examined. Such "journalistic" artifices give the false impression that the assertions have been proven or otherwise accepted as "fact," and are designed to influence public opinion -- to tell people WHAT to think and WHAT to believe, regardless of the facts. By definition, this is propaganda, not journalism, and its purveyors are propagandists and demagogues, and deserve to be exposed as such. Your propagandistic musings demonstrate that you are neither objective nor intellectually honest but, then, that is not your intent. Is it?

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