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Innovative Evolutionary Political Communications VS Monopolistic Opinion and Political Propaganda

May 30, 2019
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Today, immunisation against the rational discourse is once again taking place through political and religious dogmas. The new media supports the (re)production of simple political explanations. In the globalised digitised world, the answer to political propaganda and monopolistic opinion spread by empires and media corporations should not be the use of the same means and methods for the purpose of attrition warfare. The enemies of knowledge are belief and ideology-related explanations. They are based on closed world views that are not accessible to rational scrutiny. The dissemination of information based on intelligent analysis will keep the necessary competition in global political discourse alive. In a multipolar world, it is essential that the digital political space of opinion and information is kept open.

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