The Jonathan Kogan Show

In recent years, the term "disinformation" has become increasingly prominent in political discourse, with governments using it to accuse each other of spreading false information or propaganda. But what exactly is disinformation, and how is it used as a tool for controlling the population and shaping the narrative?

In this episode, we'll explore the origins of disinformation and how it has been used throughout history to manipulate public opinion. We'll also look at how modern technology has made it easier than ever for governments to spread disinformation on a massive scale, and how social media platforms have become a battleground for competing narratives.

We'll examine case studies from around the world, including Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 US election, China's efforts to control the narrative around the COVID-19 pandemic, and the use of disinformation by authoritarian regimes to silence dissent and maintain power.

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What is The Jonathan Kogan Show?

The Jonathan Kogan Show brings you the most important, underreports news (and hot takes) that you need to know but the mainstream media is not covering. If you are searching for the truth, and of course the cold hard facts, then this podcast is for you. But, if you are looking for fake news and distractions from the real news, then you will be better off going to CNN, MSNBC, or Fox News. We do not cater to any corporations or powerful elites, but rather everyday peasants who simply want to know what is really going on without the propaganda.

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