The New York times is in the middle of an epic propaganda war.
Its a war of words between the US and Germany.
And the media is the frontline in the war.
A war of opinion.
But not a war for freedom of speech.
There is no such thing.
The war is about propaganda.
And if the US wants to win this war it must find a way to convince the Germans that its not just propaganda but a real fight.
In other words, it needs to get the Germans to believe that its their war is actually against them and that its a war between freedom and Germany’s propaganda machine.
For more than a decade, the US has been waging a propaganda war with Germany.
The most recent propaganda blitzkrieg, Operation Crossroads, launched in 2009, involved a number of high-profile US officials, some of whom had been in the US for years, such as former National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes and National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
It has also included the likes of former Vice President Joe Biden, former CIA director David Petraeus, former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, former President Barack Obama, former Senator Ted Kennedy, former Vice-President Joe Biden’s chief of operations in Afghanistan, and former Senator Joe Biden.
The American war machine has been trying to get these former officials to believe the US is waging a “war” against Germany and that the war is really a battle for freedom against Germany’s “subversion” of democracy and “fascism”.
In the first few weeks of this month, the American propaganda machine began sending out several tweets in German to promote Operation Crossroad.
On May 15, 2016, for example, former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates tweeted, “The German government has a lot of enemies, but it also has a huge number of allies, and Germany has an important role to play in supporting those allies.”
In an interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Philip Breedlove said, “It’s the most important war in history.”
In a tweet on May 24, Breedlove tweeted, “(It’s) not a simple war to win, but there is an overwhelming belief that we have won this war.
The US has a chance to be the last superpower on earth.”
On May 27, Breedloose tweeted: “I am convinced that the fight for freedom is the fight of the century.”
And on May 30, the same day as his tweet, former Defence Secretary Robert Gates wrote, “Germany has been the last great superpower on Earth.
Its time for us to be at the forefront of this new era.”
The war in the media As the war in public opinion against Germany intensifies, the media has become increasingly concerned.
German media have published dozens of articles about the war and the propaganda blitz in recent weeks.
Some have also written pieces that have been critical of US officials for using the propaganda war against Germany.
German newspapers have reported on the US war crimes case against German intelligence officials.
German-American journalist Stefan Krieger wrote in a New York Post column that US officials have lied about the number of US soldiers killed in the Afghan War.
He said, “[We] have been told over and over again that it is the Afghan people, not the Afghans, who are responsible for the Afghan deaths.”
Krieer’s column, published on June 3, 2016 in the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, was one of the first in the English-language media to cover the latest propaganda blitz.
German public broadcaster ZDF published an article on May 28, 2016 that said: “The US war in Afghanistan is the greatest crime in history.
The war will continue and the American war is not going to end.”
The article was translated into German and is the first to show that the US military has not stopped the war against Afghanistan.
The article said that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are the most costly and dangerous conflicts in history and that “the United States will continue to fight until there is no more freedom for Afghanistan.”
And ZDF’s editorial said that US forces were also “fighting in Afghanistan with weapons that have never been used before and that are still being used.”
German public radio and TV broadcaster WDR also published an opinion piece on May 31 that said, “(The propaganda blitz) has already taken an enormous toll on our society.
It has not only damaged the credibility of the American military, but also on the democratic principles and institutions of our country.”
The German public broadcasters have also published articles critical of the US government for using Operation CrossRoad.
For example, on June 6, 2016 on the popular radio station ZDF, German-speaking journalist Wolfgang Albrecht wrote, “(Operation Crossroad) is a war against democracy and against the freedom of the press.
We have lost our country, and we have lost the war.” On June 7,