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A protestor expresses his feelings about the transparency of psychological operations

Humour has a special place in the repertoire of those exposing the mendacious nature of official narratives. With great influence often comes great pomposity so humour works to diminish the former by puncturing the latter. As Lance-Corporal Jones of Dad's Army was fond of saying: "They don't like it up 'em". A tonic for those who live outside the Matrix of official narratives, well aimed humour is a serious irritant to those who would keep everyone inside it.


Full article: Satire

Historically, satire has satisfied the popular need to debunk and ridicule the leading figures in politics, economy, religion and other prominent realms of power.

Reinforcing or Challenging Power Structures?

A mocking comparison of Belgian deep state actor Herman Van Rompuy, which is not without humorous value, but is not suitable for general use as Gollum is generally seen as an enemy image

Humour can be used to reinforce existing stereotypes, underlying assumptions and enemy images, thus consolidating the power structure. Establishment talk show hosts or Hollywood movies have the ability to set the agenda for who to mock, often official enemies. The Overton window of acceptable opinions and Noam Chomsky/Ed Herman's 5 filters of Manufactured Consent applies not only journalists, but to comedians as well.

Humour is also used as a technique for controlled opposition, leading energy for political change into ineffectual channels (like the US two party system), nihilism (cynicism) and empty venting of frustrations.

On Wikispooks

Mindful of the serious nature of deep politics and the broad audience of this website, humour should be used with care here, and in accordance with the style guide. It does have a place and is an effective means to lighten the tone, provided that it does not promote enemy images and care is taken to minimise the chance that it is misunderstood.



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Cameron Mash
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Document:How can you tell whether Russia has invaded Ukraine?A list of the top tell-tale signs that will enable you to determine whether or not Western claims that "Russia has invaded Ukraine" are accurate.
Document:Is Putin Weaponising Stupidity?Theatre of the absurd - the Western establishment obsession with demonising Vladimir Putin
Document:That's OutrageousA Readers Digest contributor is outraged, OUTRAGED I say, that a web site like Cryptome should be 'allowed to exist'. He does not intend humour at all, he is deadly serious - which is precisely what makes the piece so funny.
Document:The IMF Bank JobA hilarious piece of satire - but closer to the truth about who calls the shots on events surrounding the Ukraine coup and what it really about, than any or all of the western MSM talking-heads combined.
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MemeOn the internet, an image plus accompanying text used to make a serious point, often humourously.
Shut up Conspiracy Theorist
The info war for Ukraine
Two PMs - One speech
USElectorate.jpg"Where facts don't matter"


Related Quotation

Donald Jeffries“The way history is presented to Americans, from the youngest schoolchildren to the doctorate-level Ivy Leaguers, mirrors the way news is presented to the public. Much as it is difficult to find a single issue or event which the mainstream media has reported on accurately, it is just as difficult to find any historical event, or historical figure, portrayed honestly by establishment historians. We still see everyone from history professors to late-night comedians referring to any opponent of the establishment with a mean-spirited, impossibly caricatured negativity.”Donald Jeffries2019
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