Monday, October 12, 2009

Hegemonic media wars, micro TV sets, and other horrors

Ahmadinejad's worst fears are, as usual, truer than he can possibly surmise. The World Arrogance really shouldn't use the drool ray, however, even on Ahmadinejad. It's cruel, just cruel:
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stressed on the importance of the psychological war at the current situation of the world and said all of the political, social, cultural and economic issues of the world are being affected by the confrontation between hegemonic powers and the Islamic Revolution of Iran.

Addressing the gathering of "Psychological war and media" he said the most important tool of the hegemonic powers for confronting the Islamic Revolution of Iran is propaganda and psychological war.

IRI main war with hegemonic powers is in the media field, he reiterated.

The President described two goals of the psychological war as separating human beings from their nature and civilization and said preventing nations from thinking and making them passive are other results of the psychological war which is followed by the hegemonic powers.

Referring to forging the Zionist regime, President Ahmadinejad said forging the regime and durability by now was based on psychological war.

"Without psychological war nothing would remain from the occupying regime," he added. [...]
There is a lot more in the Iranian press on the same pronouncements. (And is this another victim of the drool ray?) Meanwhile, North Korea is also worried about "psychological war":
To undermine socialism from within is one of the main methods employed by the imperialists for their moves against socialism at present.

The U.S. is busy with the vicious moves to massively smuggle into the DPRK mini-transistors, micro TV sets, undesirable literature, etc. in a bid to break its single-minded unity and destabilize and degenerate the society. This goes to patently prove that the U.S. imperialists are desperately working to destabilize, degenerate and bring down the DPRK, the bulwark of socialism.
They won't succeed, though. North Korea is forging ahead with fertilizer acceleration.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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