THE FINE LINE BETWEEN ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA

  1. Steve Bannon as an orchestrator of Trump’s victory, and Brexit.
  2. Alexander Nik and Cambridge Analytica[1] are behind the winning leadership elections in so many countries.
  3. The fact that elections can be bought, not only by fraud, but by getting a private enterprise to systematically manipulate the minds of voters.
  4. The fact that people like Brittany Keiser exist. People who’d do anything for money, including going against their own moral values, for prolonged periods of time.

They are bad, therefore we’re good

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Chief Marketing Officer (@ Orange Sky CMO’s) Dad, Nerd, Biker, co-founder of @Riding4acause. Loves #Startups and tech. tweets are my own, unless stolen.

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Chief Marketing Officer (@ Orange Sky CMO’s) Dad, Nerd, Biker, co-founder of @Riding4acause. Loves #Startups and tech. tweets are my own, unless stolen.

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