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How the Media Manufactures Consent for Regime Change in Venezuela

Alan MacLeod looks at the role of the media in the regime change operation in Venezuela.

By Alan MacLeod
February 10, 2019 – Venezuelanalysis.com

Venezuela's FlagThe latest extraordinary chapter in the bizarre world of Venezuelan politics is playing out before our eyes. After winning the 2018 presidential elections, Nicolás Maduro was inaugurated in January, only for the head of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó — a man whom, at the time, less than 20 percent of the country had even heard of — to declare himself President.
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Positive Reporting

By Darren Joseph
September 13, 2009

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog
www.trinidadandtobagonews.com/blog

CrimeA white South African was granted refugee status in Canada, on the ground of “racism.” He claimed that he was attacked six or seven times because of his skin colour. Needless to say, this caused much controversy in South Africa. Prime Minister Harper of Canada asked the Federal Court to review this ruling that so threatened Canada-South Africa relations.
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Was publishing photo of dead baby irresponsible?

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog
www.trinidadandtobagonews.com/blog

Newsday, August 31, 2009

Was Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday irresponsible for publishing this photo on the front page of its newspaper on August 31, 2009?
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