How does the barrage of images feel? Overwhelming? Confusing? Humbling? Infuriating? As it reaches the end, the present day, history asks: "What is the next move?"
He doesn't rush you out the door to cram in more patients. He makes house calls. He'll answer your texts after hours. He'll sell you most common drugs at cost. Okay, cost plus the bottle...
7 lessons learned from raging against the machine
We need to start using language again as it was intended, to accurately convey our thoughts and conduct our internal dialog. When we dumb down language, we dumb down thought as well.
The term "fake news" is itself newspeak, a device to silence opposition. An attempt to part a sea of rhetoric neatly between truth and lies, us and them, right and wrong.
You must see a conflict of interest when the state is allowed to both promote its own propaganda and censor competing propaganda.