Propaganda & Mass Persuasion: The Things We Do to Prevent More Bad Press

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

The Things We Do to Prevent More Bad Press


As a direct result of the negative feelings towards Americans in the Arab world and the Bush administration in America, the administration, according to Dobbs and Allen’s Images of Destruction Inflict Setback for U.S. Propaganda War, had formed counter-propaganda actions called “strike force” and “rumor patrol” in which the “strike force” would book high ranking U.S. officials such as Powell and Wolfowitz on Arab media outlets for interview to “influence opinion both at home and abroad” and the “rumor patrol” would “prevent false and inflammatory stories” from circulating in the Arab news. One of the only smart moves on the part of the Bush administration pertaining to the Iraq war, sadly it failed just like the entire operation.

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