SPIN: The Art of Selling War (2004)

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Originally posted June 15, 2011

on Jan 29, 2007

Directed by Josh Rushing, a veteran Marine Corps media spokesman, “SPIN: The Art of Selling War” is an investigative documentary that looks at the standard justification for going to war by the American administrations of past and present.

Part 2

from the archives:

Thirty Seconds To Midnight – The Final Wake Up Call

The Great American Perpetual Motion War Machine by Greg Maybury

All Governments Lie–Film Review

The Power Principle: Empire – Propaganda – Apocalypse (must-see)

Anybody’s Son Will Do (1983; must-see)

Before You Enlist! (2006) (must-see)

Don’t Enlist, But Don’t Just Take My Word For It by Lo

12 thoughts on “SPIN: The Art of Selling War (2004)

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  11. Incredible ~ this was made 13 years ago; a lot has happened in the last decade. The thing is, there’s always a lot going on but the crucial difference now is, we know so much more about it all. The key to secure knowledge is distribution and reliable replication.

    The US deep state apparatus is fighting a desperate rear-guard action now, trying aggressively to culture-jam our collective memory. Impossible. So if you are experiencing confusion, there is a good reason. The US is guilty of just about every crime in the black book, but will be accountable ~ eventually.

    Regimes can always pay their historians, but history is not for sale. Good journalism is really a type of dynamic historiography ~ a living record. You can select your topic, even make up facts, but nobody can fake ‘kamma.’ Honesty emerges from a place that is profoundly metaphysical.

    Good to hear James Bamford again. A bit of an update here

    https://theintercept.com/2014/10/02/the-nsa-and-me/

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