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Cynics and patriots

I often wonder, can cynics be patriots? How does a cynic entertain a patriotic feeling? Before trying to make my point, I will clarify what by cynic I mean here, since I have chosen that word for lack of a … Continue reading

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The power of semantics in minds shaping

One of the things we, in our consensus-fabrication team, feel most proud of is our skill in manipulating semantics and the vocabulary in order to confound, mislead, condition and ultimately shape people’s minds, thoughts, opinions and attitudes. The strategy is … Continue reading

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