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So you say you want a revolution

Chris Graham over at New Matilda kindly agreed to publish this article by yours truly which was shock to the minions of the left who frequent the website so please check it out and enjoy the comment thread as well.
Cheers Comrades

Iain Hall's SANDPIT

Mao is famously quoted as insisting that “all power comes from the barrel of a gun” and while that may hold true for a country in the throes of a revolution or subject to military conquest in an established democracy like our own all power comes form the most persuasive tongues and the dialogue those tongues foster within the part of the population who are politically active or engaged.  For a very long time during my lifetime those persuasive tongues were controlled by the owners of the mass media who were able to disseminate their ideas and understandings to a receptive audience who could only respond and engage with the issues via a limited facility provided by media owners in the form of “letters to the editor” they heavily controlled the choice and publication of such feed back to maintain their monopoly of political  discourse. This made owners…

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