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  • The Conversation claims to be an academically powered media, but it is the worst calabash of liberal, leftist propaganda and a formidable sounding board for the ruling class.


    The Conversation claims to be an academically powered media, but it is the worst calabash of liberal, leftist propaganda and a formidable sounding board for the ruling class.

    The Conversation is an Australian media that was founded in 2010. It is interesting that it comes from Australia like The Diplomat, because it is a Soft Power technique of the Australian elites. They suck militarily, shit economically, ridiculous diplomatically, and so they’ve become garish in the media.

    And The Conversation uses an elegant technique to make its propaganda, obviously pro-Western, liberal and degenerate leftism galore. All the articles are under Creatives Commons, which means that any site can use them, this allows them to spread their ideas at a lower cost. Then, The Conversation uses the veneer of scientism to give itself an air of rigor. They have the same Fact Checking shit you see in the mass media.

    Another approach is to launch local versions of the media. So, you have The Conversation France, The Conversation Africa (it’s interesting to treat 54 totally different countries under the same banner, neocolonialism find always a way), The Conversation US, etc.

    Obviously the quality is very poor, because if you start snooping around the authors, then they have some semblance of a university background, but usually they’re shitty marketers who are parasites on society. In terms of funding, if you look at The Conversation France, then it’s mainly CAC 40 companies, government ministries and a few regions. So it’s only ruling and oligarchic class entities. If we look at The Conversation France’s treatment of the 2022 presidential election, then we have a torrent of excrement and inter-licking of leftism, that is to say a liberal and bourgeois left that wants to lick the balls of the suburbs and a systematic demonization of the national movement.

    Afterwards, I am a conservative anti-Western and therefore, the slightest article in The Conversation is indigestible for me. But if you have a modicum of savvy, you should treat The Conversation for what it is, an absolute propaganda office. And yes, you can read their articles, but you have to keep in mind that the truth and the reality will always be the opposite of what they say.

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