From telesurenglish.net, April 2:
“Ecuador says Assange doesn’t have the right to “hack private accounts or phones” nor intervene in the foreign politics.
Raining capital in nineteen words:
They used to dub the leaders Great. Not because they were good guys & gals, but because they achieved the extreme. On horses. Call that ancient history along with the mid-twentieth century, but it’s not just recently that words like “marvelous” have been taken for “wonderful” and almost never WTF?! Such simple choices, little turns of phrase, sound uttered self-consciously if you listen really closely, as if there’s an ambiguity-minimum dishonesty requirement set forth in The Really Real Book of the Law somewhere. At any rate, quality propaganda requires retail twisting of truth as well as wholesale dissemination of dubious modern mythology. It’s when words matter most.
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From Nov. 21, 2009
Last week the Consortium News posted a blog here; it got no attention, as many readers dislike cross-posts. I found it really interesting.