(Français) “Le Venezuela est un parfait exemple de ce qu’on peut faire avec la propagande”

ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 11 Mar 2019

La Rédaction | Investig’Action – TRANSCEND Media Service

Anne Morelli sur le Venezuela : “Ceux qui refusent cette propagande élémentaire qui nous est instillée tous les jours par les médias, on va les considérer comme des traîtres”.

7 Mar 2019 – Morelli est une historienne reconnue, auteure de l’ouvrage paru en 2001 “Principes élémentaires de la propagande de guerre”, lequel a fortement inspiré le travail d’Investig’Action dans son volet “critique des médias”.

Les 10 principes de la propagande de guerre, selon Morelli :

  1. Nous ne voulons pas la guerre.
    2. Le camp adverse est le seul responsable de la guerre.
    3. L’ennemi a le visage du diable.
    4. C’est une cause noble que nous défendons et non des intérêts particuliers.
    5. L’ennemi provoque sciemment des atrocités; si nous commettons des bavures, c’est involontairement.
    6. L’ennemi utilise des armes non autorisées.
    7. Nous subissons très peu de pertes; les pertes de l’ennemi sont énormes.
    8. Les artistes et intellectuels soutiennent notre cause.
    9. Notre cause a un caractère sacré.
    10. Ceux qui mettent en doute la propagande sont des traîtres.

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Source : Cubanismo.be

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