5 April 2020

Daily Review, Sun, 05 Apr 2020 16:52:47 GMT

Today, our choice is Andre Vltchek’s “Exposing Lies of the Empire” (t.co/JFxxp0zQCk). Exposing Lies is a truly alert contribution to our century’s big political conversations, so to give it the praise it deserves we’re maintaining it at the top of our list of recommended non-fiction for today. In this case, we reveal contributions that are undeniably illuminating in their understanding of the world. If you’re as good at recognizing it as us, you ought to begin by reading how politics readers took it. We took note of the words from an impressed reader, “We can rest a little easier knowing that there are brave and committed legitimate journalists out there of the calibre of Andre Vltchek who are sharing with us what they have seen and witnessed and not what they were told to see and never witnessed. Unlike the vast majority of their colleagues who like to call themselves journalists but who slavishly and shamelessly push the agendas of their mainstream media bosses. They are a big letdown to the profession and are time and again guilty of misleading the public either by blatant lies or lying by omission.” If you read this post, you might as well go the whole way and get a copy of the book yourself. If not, you’ve upset us, so stay with us for the next recommendation by subscribing for email updates.


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