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WATCH: Show Host Alex Jones Says J.Lo Should Go to Somalia Where "She’ll Be Gang Raped" – Latina


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Jones hosts a show on Info Wars where he comments on everyday topics from a conservative perspective. This week, he was discussing the Grammys when he decided to go in on J. Lo's speech about artists banding together in a time of political turmoil.

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John Oliver’s New Info Wars – MediaFile

Comedian John Olivers HBO series Last Week Tonight made its comeback this past Sunday, broadcasting for the first time since the election. As expected, the liberal bastion dedicated the shows main segment to the new administration as opposed to the usual, as Oliver puts it, depressing policy issues.

The segment launched into a discussion about reality and fact, taking a look at Donald Trumps personal relationship with the truth and information specifically, where the president gets his news. Oliver emphasized non-factual sources of news like Breitbart and Alex Jones Info Wars as an information stream for Trump. He even pointed out several blatantly false stories the president has propagated that were reported exclusively by one of these two outlets. A memorable example would be Info Wars baseless story on 3 million illegal votes cast in the election that the president is still pushing today.

In a similar fashion, Oliver successfully proved the presence of an information stream that flows from morning cable news shows like Morning Joe and Fox and Friends, straight to the presidents tweets and comments. This is a point that has been reiterated by other observers who have been critical of Trumps media consumption. As an avid follower of Last Week Tonight, I personally feel disappointed with how the segment ended because it seemed that Oliver was merely regurgitating the popular narrative that our president has an unsettling relationship with facts and media.

And then something brilliant happened. John Oliver launched a new type of information war.

In the last few minutes of the show, Oliver talked about how to preserve objective reality and keep our president in check with the facts. He then announced that his show bought commercial spots for every morning cable news show broadcast in the D.C. area in an effort to microtarget a very specific audience: the President of the United States. The commercials that will air in these time slots will be short, fact-filled information sessions designed to indirectly increase Trumps knowledge on subjects like the Nuclear Triad and the Geneva Convention all disguised as cowboy themed advertisements for catheters.

Neil Genzlinger of the New York Times called it brashly original guerrilla warfare.

I couldnt agree more. Most will probably dismiss this as the usual hijinx the show is known for, like the time Oliver established his own Church to make a point about religious tax exemption. Truthfully, I doubt catheter ads with thinly veiled attacks on the presidents intellect will be a valid way to change Trumps mind. But there is a deeper lesson in this new, elevated level of comedy.

Trump was telling the truth about his solutions to the problems he was lying about, and he is now making real policy based on fake facts, Oliver said.

Not only does the president subscribe to misinformation, his supporters do too, as evidenced by consistent opinion polling. A recent Politico poll shows that about a quarter of the public at large believe Trumps voter fraud claim. This is because Trumps supporters treat him as a valid source, taking what he says as unbiased truth. As Oliver explains it, If you get your news from similar sources to [Trump], he doesnt look like a crank. He looks like the first president to ever tell you the real truth.

Liberals need to stop waiting for fake facts to become outrageous policy and toxic public opinion. They need to attack the policy at its source. In short: The left needs to start winning the info wars.

This means going to the source of bad information, and countering it before it gets into the hands of policymakers. This means thoroughly fact-checking news before sharing it with others, especially when it affirms your own opinions. After all, BuzzFeeds work organizing fake news data shows that about 20 percent of liberal news shared on Facebook in 2016 contained false information. It also means utilizing similar guerilla warfare tactics to Olivers, whether that means buying ads on conservative news sources or overriding social media newsfeeds with fake news links that redirect to factual information. In the end, if we want to win, we have to play a little dirty.

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Film review | iBoy: When the info wars hit the streets – MaltaToday

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and deliver up a product that, while hardly brimming with originality, still manages to create a satisfying piece of escapist entertainment 3/5

Screams of the city: Tom (Bill Milner) finds himself plugged into Londons mobile network after being attacked by thugs in this formulaic but serviceable offering from Netflix

With iBoy, an Adam Randall-directed adaptation of the Young Adult novel of the same name by Kevin Brooks, Netflix once again exhibits an ability to facilitate no-frills storytelling in a way that feels both disposable and undeniably fun.

Tom (Bill Milner) is just an average teenager shuffling through school and keeping his head down while living with his Nan (Miranda Richardson) in an economically challenged London housing estate. He also nourishes something of a crush on his classmate Lucy (Game of Thrones Maise Williams) and is chuffed to bits when she invites him over to help her study.

But the planned meeting is interrupted by the appearance of masked thugs who, after having attacked and raped Lucy before Tom shows up, give chase to Tom himself who ends up shot in the melee. Tom, however, not only survives the attack but ends up with something of a superpower on his hands or more accurately, in his head after he discovers that his new phone a second hand purchase facilitated by his criminally-dabbling friend Danny (Jordan Bolger) is now lodged in his brain. While his doctor reassures him that the phone is not a cause for concern, Tom discovers that he now has the ability to spy on the mobile network of the entire city. And not just that he can also hack into any digital database and manipulate it accordingly.

Love interest: Maisie Williams

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and deliver up a product that, while hardly brimming with originality, still manages to create a satisfying piece of escapist entertainment. From Get Carter (1971) down to Kingsman (2014), the Brits sometimes manage to upend their Stateside counterparts by just cutting to the chase of what works without the need to inflate their budgets with unnecessary star power and special effects, while also toning down on any sentimentality and drama at script stage.

This restraint works wonders on iBoy, which also has the added appeal of appearing on the stripped down Netflix platform. Made to measure for a late-teenage audience in mind and taking full advantage of the gritty urban realism of its setting another staple of UK cinema iBoy is predictable but satisfying, letting us enjoy the petty comeuppance Tom gets to play on his bullying classmates at first while making us tense up as the danger escalates the deeper he goes into the criminal rabbit hole.

Cleverly tapping into current technological zeitgeist with a tight script that eschews originality to deliver up all the right dramatic beats, iBoy makes for an undemanding, though undeniably fun, evening of home entertainment.

iBoy is currently streaming in Netflix

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Info Wars – The New Yorker

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In Info Wars, Steve Coll writes about how the White House senior counsellor wants the press to shut up.

The White House senior counsellor wants the press to shut up. Will the Administration try the same tactic on federal agencies?

The forty-fifth President affirmed not the continuity of Americas Democratic progress but his contempt for its non-Trumpian past.

Politicians are always letting the public off the hookit might be the most unforgivably dishonest thing they do. Obama was more candid.

The sixties produced a conviction that democracy is in the streets. The Trump era may echo that.

The tenure of a First Lady who leaves the White House as one of the most popular political figures in recent memory.

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BuzzFeed published an unverified dossier full of damning information about Donald Trump. Did it damage the medias credibility at a precarious moment?

An N.F.L. pro struggles to balance safety against a certain necessary brutality, and BuzzFeeds Ben Smith on covering Trump.

Jim Stewart joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how the populist candidate came to love Wall Street, and why he refuses to release his tax returns.

She found it hurtful to see other peoples smiling, healthy families or, even worse, to hear about lives that seemed as fragile as her own.

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WHOA you cant argue with this huh:) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcBtDRBzfkM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOm5FqGq4zg https://www.youtube.com/user/2CircIes.

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REPTILIAN INFO WARS PRESENTER !!! – Video



REPTILIAN INFO WARS PRESENTER !!!
REPTILIANS rule the MEDIA and the MONEY !! HUMANS WAKE UP !!!

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Info Wars Interview With A Feminist About Cytherea and GamerGate – Video



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aired: March 19 2015, Info Wars – “SXSW Feminist Angry With Infowars Reporting”) “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes…

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Ex NATO Intelligence and Info Wars – Video



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An Ex-NATO intelligence analyst Lt Col Martian Packard is In the Now as John Kerry begs for money to conquer RT and global airwaves. It is only fair that now we can view News from Russia…

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Info Wars Transgender Hate – Video



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Just more transgender hate from Alex Jones. He admits that transsexuality is an ancient condition yet is selectively ignorant about it. What a creep . Nice b…

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WATCH: Show Host Alex Jones Says J.Lo Should Go to Somalia Where "She’ll Be Gang Raped" – Latina

Latina WATCH: Show Host Alex Jones Says J.Lo Should Go to Somalia Where "She'll Be Gang Raped" Latina Jones hosts a show on Info Wars where he comments on everyday topics from a conservative perspective. This week, he was discussing the Grammys when he decided to go in on J. Lo's speech about artists banding together in a time of political turmoil. and more »

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John Oliver’s New Info Wars – MediaFile

Comedian John Olivers HBO series Last Week Tonight made its comeback this past Sunday, broadcasting for the first time since the election. As expected, the liberal bastion dedicated the shows main segment to the new administration as opposed to the usual, as Oliver puts it, depressing policy issues. The segment launched into a discussion about reality and fact, taking a look at Donald Trumps personal relationship with the truth and information specifically, where the president gets his news. Oliver emphasized non-factual sources of news like Breitbart and Alex Jones Info Wars as an information stream for Trump. He even pointed out several blatantly false stories the president has propagated that were reported exclusively by one of these two outlets. A memorable example would be Info Wars baseless story on 3 million illegal votes cast in the election that the president is still pushing today. In a similar fashion, Oliver successfully proved the presence of an information stream that flows from morning cable news shows like Morning Joe and Fox and Friends, straight to the presidents tweets and comments. This is a point that has been reiterated by other observers who have been critical of Trumps media consumption. As an avid follower of Last Week Tonight, I personally feel disappointed with how the segment ended because it seemed that Oliver was merely regurgitating the popular narrative that our president has an unsettling relationship with facts and media. And then something brilliant happened. John Oliver launched a new type of information war. In the last few minutes of the show, Oliver talked about how to preserve objective reality and keep our president in check with the facts. He then announced that his show bought commercial spots for every morning cable news show broadcast in the D.C. area in an effort to microtarget a very specific audience: the President of the United States. The commercials that will air in these time slots will be short, fact-filled information sessions designed to indirectly increase Trumps knowledge on subjects like the Nuclear Triad and the Geneva Convention all disguised as cowboy themed advertisements for catheters. Neil Genzlinger of the New York Times called it brashly original guerrilla warfare. I couldnt agree more. Most will probably dismiss this as the usual hijinx the show is known for, like the time Oliver established his own Church to make a point about religious tax exemption. Truthfully, I doubt catheter ads with thinly veiled attacks on the presidents intellect will be a valid way to change Trumps mind. But there is a deeper lesson in this new, elevated level of comedy. Trump was telling the truth about his solutions to the problems he was lying about, and he is now making real policy based on fake facts, Oliver said. Not only does the president subscribe to misinformation, his supporters do too, as evidenced by consistent opinion polling. A recent Politico poll shows that about a quarter of the public at large believe Trumps voter fraud claim. This is because Trumps supporters treat him as a valid source, taking what he says as unbiased truth. As Oliver explains it, If you get your news from similar sources to [Trump], he doesnt look like a crank. He looks like the first president to ever tell you the real truth. Liberals need to stop waiting for fake facts to become outrageous policy and toxic public opinion. They need to attack the policy at its source. In short: The left needs to start winning the info wars. This means going to the source of bad information, and countering it before it gets into the hands of policymakers. This means thoroughly fact-checking news before sharing it with others, especially when it affirms your own opinions. After all, BuzzFeeds work organizing fake news data shows that about 20 percent of liberal news shared on Facebook in 2016 contained false information. It also means utilizing similar guerilla warfare tactics to Olivers, whether that means buying ads on conservative news sources or overriding social media newsfeeds with fake news links that redirect to factual information. In the end, if we want to win, we have to play a little dirty.

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Film review | iBoy: When the info wars hit the streets – MaltaToday

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and deliver up a product that, while hardly brimming with originality, still manages to create a satisfying piece of escapist entertainment 3/5 Screams of the city: Tom (Bill Milner) finds himself plugged into Londons mobile network after being attacked by thugs in this formulaic but serviceable offering from Netflix With iBoy, an Adam Randall-directed adaptation of the Young Adult novel of the same name by Kevin Brooks, Netflix once again exhibits an ability to facilitate no-frills storytelling in a way that feels both disposable and undeniably fun. Tom (Bill Milner) is just an average teenager shuffling through school and keeping his head down while living with his Nan (Miranda Richardson) in an economically challenged London housing estate. He also nourishes something of a crush on his classmate Lucy (Game of Thrones Maise Williams) and is chuffed to bits when she invites him over to help her study. But the planned meeting is interrupted by the appearance of masked thugs who, after having attacked and raped Lucy before Tom shows up, give chase to Tom himself who ends up shot in the melee. Tom, however, not only survives the attack but ends up with something of a superpower on his hands or more accurately, in his head after he discovers that his new phone a second hand purchase facilitated by his criminally-dabbling friend Danny (Jordan Bolger) is now lodged in his brain. While his doctor reassures him that the phone is not a cause for concern, Tom discovers that he now has the ability to spy on the mobile network of the entire city. And not just that he can also hack into any digital database and manipulate it accordingly. Love interest: Maisie Williams iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and deliver up a product that, while hardly brimming with originality, still manages to create a satisfying piece of escapist entertainment. From Get Carter (1971) down to Kingsman (2014), the Brits sometimes manage to upend their Stateside counterparts by just cutting to the chase of what works without the need to inflate their budgets with unnecessary star power and special effects, while also toning down on any sentimentality and drama at script stage. This restraint works wonders on iBoy, which also has the added appeal of appearing on the stripped down Netflix platform. Made to measure for a late-teenage audience in mind and taking full advantage of the gritty urban realism of its setting another staple of UK cinema iBoy is predictable but satisfying, letting us enjoy the petty comeuppance Tom gets to play on his bullying classmates at first while making us tense up as the danger escalates the deeper he goes into the criminal rabbit hole. Cleverly tapping into current technological zeitgeist with a tight script that eschews originality to deliver up all the right dramatic beats, iBoy makes for an undemanding, though undeniably fun, evening of home entertainment. iBoy is currently streaming in Netflix

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Info Wars – The New Yorker

Info Wars In Info Wars, Steve Coll writes about how the White House senior counsellor wants the press to shut up. The White House senior counsellor wants the press to shut up. Will the Administration try the same tactic on federal agencies? The forty-fifth President affirmed not the continuity of Americas Democratic progress but his contempt for its non-Trumpian past. Politicians are always letting the public off the hookit might be the most unforgivably dishonest thing they do. Obama was more candid. The sixties produced a conviction that democracy is in the streets. The Trump era may echo that. The tenure of a First Lady who leaves the White House as one of the most popular political figures in recent memory. Please enter a valid e-mail address Submitting… BuzzFeed published an unverified dossier full of damning information about Donald Trump. Did it damage the medias credibility at a precarious moment? An N.F.L. pro struggles to balance safety against a certain necessary brutality, and BuzzFeeds Ben Smith on covering Trump. Jim Stewart joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how the populist candidate came to love Wall Street, and why he refuses to release his tax returns. She found it hurtful to see other peoples smiling, healthy families or, even worse, to hear about lives that seemed as fragile as her own.

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WHOA! YOU GOTTA SEE THIS !WHAAAA INFO WARS PRESENTER REPTILIAN! WHAA WHOA you cant argue with this huh:) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcBtDRBzfkM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOm5FqGq4zg https://www.youtube.com/user/2CircIes. By: Joanne Steen

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REPTILIAN INFO WARS PRESENTER !!! – Video




REPTILIAN INFO WARS PRESENTER !!! REPTILIANS rule the MEDIA and the MONEY !! HUMANS WAKE UP !!! By: Robert Mueller

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Info Wars Interview With A Feminist About Cytherea and GamerGate – Video




Info Wars Interview With A Feminist About Cytherea and GamerGate aired: March 19 2015, Info Wars – “SXSW Feminist Angry With Infowars Reporting”) “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes… By: Video Game Journalism (YTheAlien)

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Ex NATO Intelligence and Info Wars – Video




Ex NATO Intelligence and Info Wars An Ex-NATO intelligence analyst Lt Col Martian Packard is In the Now as John Kerry begs for money to conquer RT and global airwaves. It is only fair that now we can view News from Russia… By: Globe Backyard TV

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Info Wars Transgender Hate – Video




Info Wars Transgender Hate Just more transgender hate from Alex Jones. He admits that transsexuality is an ancient condition yet is selectively ignorant about it. What a creep . Nice b… By: Rachel Hilgert

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