The Occupation of the American Mind

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies in Wallingford
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7:00 PM, Friday, January 6, 2017
Location: Wallingford, Seattle, WA (click for map)

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“A stunning exposé on how propaganda drives public opinion and, in turn, our understanding of reality. Here’s the story of how American perceptions of the Middle East — as well as resulting legislation and military strategy — are engineered: from focus group to talking points to mortar fire.”

Release Year: 2016

Running Time: 85 minutes

Director: Loretta Alper, Jeremy Earp

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  1. Nancy Sutton
    #1 Nancy Sutton 18 December, 2016, 22:13

    Gee, I would love to see this … this appears to lay out in step-by-step detail exactly how we are led to ‘see’ what is not true. But, I live in Federal Way, and am not going to, again, drive alone all the way to Fremont. Now, if someone from down here wanted to split the gas, I’m available to do the driving 🙂

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    • Dwight Rousu
      Dwight Rousu 27 December, 2016, 01:25

      Wallingford, not Fremont. Carpooling should be a good option if you can find someone. The Wallingford site is also on the bus line, but I am not sure of your connections. Cheers

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  2. Dwight Rousu
    #2 Dwight Rousu Author 5 January, 2017, 18:23

    The Media Education Foundation site has a list of suggested sources for independent news on Palestine, Israel, and US middle east affairs that provide an alternative to the mainstream corporate media, which may help us all get a fuller view of events and opinions on these important issues. See http://mediaed.org/occupationmovie/alternative-news-information-sources.html

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