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Forum Post: The Fallout of Nuclear Spin and Your Corporate Lobbying Guide

Posted 2 months ago on April 29, 2014, 3:54 p.m. EST by ZenDog (13318) from South Burlington, VT
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I was just clicking through, after doing a Google Search - that shady shadz66 character is always posting stuff from Information Clearinghouse and I just don't know what to think, honestly. Perhaps that is the most salient point of the whole PsyWar: don't trust anything or anyone.

Of course one cannot live that way, regardless of whether or not one is aware of that fact or not - and thus one begins the process of compromise.

I digress . . .

In any case in the course of my search I ran across the SourceWatch Portal: Nuclear Issues which appears to have links to a variety of interesting tools and resources to a variety of related issues - like fracking and coal to name just two.

For a complete list of related portals, from Atrazine Exposed to Toxic Sludge just go to:

Of course SpinWatch is where I got the article on corporate lobbying. It is fantastic. It rolls back the cover on the process. Though it deals primarily with lobbying efforts aimed at the British government, it isn't difficult to imagine that a very similar process takes place here in the U.S. and we may well have been witnesses to some portion of it right on this web site.

Well worth the read.

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[-] 1 points by ZenDog (13318) from South Burlington, VT 2 months ago

and Oh Yeah! SpinWatch is looking for Whistle Blowers! How cool is that?

  • Whistle Blower? ~ from lower right column of the page -

    • Disillusioned with the PR tactics of your employer? If you have inside knowledge about wrongdoing in a PR or lobbying agency, a corporation or government office, we would love to hear from you.

    • Get in touch anonymously if necessary - we will investigate and help get your story out. Call the spinbusting hotline: +44 (0)7973 424 015 or email us now.

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