Twelve Rules of Propaganda

From capitalistManifesto

There are twelve rules of propaganda. It's a useful way to parse propaganda into a useful bare deconstruction.

  1. THE TWELVE RULES OF PROPAGANDA

INSTANCES

  1. It's all very well saying defund the police but when antifa is at your home, you'll be the first calling the cops on those animals.

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  1. THE TWELVE RULES OF PROPAGANDA

WEASAL WORDS

A weasel word, or anonymous authority, is an informal term for words and phrases aimed at creating an impression that something specific and meaningful has been said, when in fact only a vague or ambiguous claim has been communicated. Examples include the phrases "some people say", "most people think", and "researchers believe." Using weasel words may allow one to later deny any specific meaning if the statement is challenged, because the statement was never specific in the first place. Weasel words can be a form of tergiversation, and may be used in advertising and political statements to mislead or disguise a biased view.