TIMELINE OF BEGINNING OF BRITISH WAR PROPAGANDA BUREAU (WPB)
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1914 AD: British War Propaganda Bureau (WPB) was setup with Wellington House headquarters by British government in August 1914 as ordered by David Lloyd George, the Chancellor of the Exchequer. George hired the Liberal MP & writer, Charles Masterman to head of the organization and Masterman hired 25 other writers, mostly Ashkenazi sympathizers, that were popular in England. The groups discussed in complete secrecy (signed onto secrecy agreement) the best methods of propaganda to promote the war. The group included Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, and H. G. Wells. The secret was kept for 21 years and in 1935 AD it became known to the public. Several of these propagandists agreed to write pamphlets and books to promote the WAR and its continued funding by demonizing the Germans. The group, also called a bureau, got commercial companies to print and publish the material, including, of course, the Ashkenazi run Oxford University Press and others. The propaganda lied about the supposed torture crimes of the Germans called the “Report on Alleged German Outrages,” that appeared in print the beginning of 1915. The WPB or bureau hired a Dutch illustrator, Louis Raemakers, to provide highly emotionally drawings for the propaganda pamphlet. The WPB published over 1160 propaganda pamphlets during the war HYPING it with words like “Barbarism”, Called the English “Apathetic” and anti-allies, and “When Blood is Their Argument”. Charles Masterman devised as his first project a propaganda “Nelson’s History of the War” published as a monthly magazine in 23 editions of steady propaganda throughout the war, being linked to the British Intelligence Corps and Britain’s military leaders the propaganda never addresses the criminal actions of the British. Only two photographers, both army officers, were allowed to take pictures of the Western Front. The penalty for anyone else caught taking a photograph of the war was the firing squad. Charles Masterman was aware that the right sort of pictures provided ideal PROPAGANDA to support the war effort. Masterman hired an artist to produced 150 propaganda drawings of the war.
1916 AD-1917 AD: David Lloyd George became prime minister and enhanced the British War Propaganda Bureau (WPB) by adding Robert Donald to join the secret War Propaganda Bureau. Donald recommended the government establish the Department of Information. Charles Masterman was given responsibility for books, pamphlets, photographs and war paintings and T. L. Gilmour dealt with cables, wireless, newspapers, magazines and the cinema. In 1917 AD started the Formal British establishment of the Department of Information (DoI).
1918 AD: British government put a senior government official in charge and responsible for producing WAR propaganda and Lord Beaverbrook, the owner of the Daily Express, was made Minister of Information. Under him was Charles Masterman (Director of Publications) and John Buchan (Director of Intelligence). Lord Northcliffe, the owner of both The Times and the Daily Mail, was put in charge of all propaganda directed at enemy countries. Robert Donald, editor of the Daily Chronicle, was appointed director of WAR propaganda directed at neutral countries. PM David Lloyd George was accused in the House of Commons of using the WAR PROPAGANDA BUREAU (WPB) to control all leading figures on Fleet Street (where PUBLISHING of FAKE NEWS was done), where printing and publishing had begun in 1500s AD and most British national newspapers operated. The term “Fleet Street” remains the name for the British national press, and pubs on the street once frequented by journalists remain popular. The street is mentioned in several works by Charles Dickens and is where the legendary fictitious murderous barber Sweeney Todd lived. Lord Beaverbrook was given the funds to rapidly expand the number of artists by 90 doing WAR PROPAGANDA. These artists were sent abroad to create international WAR propaganda showing British and US troops together. One artist painted a group of soldiers suffering from the effects of gas. Artist Paul Nash said, “I am not allowed to put dead men into my pictures because apparently they don’t exist…I am no longer an artist. I am a messenger who will bring back word from the men who are fighting to those who want the war to go on forever. Feeble, inarticulate will be my message, but it will have a bitter truth and may it burn their lousy souls.”
PAINTINGS ONLY RELEASED AFTER THE WAR!
1919 AD-1920s AD: Released after the war the works of Artist William Orpen paintings of the Somme battlefields are haunting recollections of anguish and chaos, of ruined landscapes baked in the summer sun, the torn ground white and rocky, the debris of the dead scattered and ignored,” showed the TRUTH ABOUT THE FAKED WAR! Orpen was shocked by what he saw at the front and also painted pictures such as Dead Germans in a Trench. Other paintings such as The Mad Woman of Douai, Bombfire in Picardy and The Harvest, “convey the stress and anguish he certainly felt about the war and its aftermath”. The fiercest critic of the WAR PROPAGANDA ART SCAM was Charles Nevinson whose paintings such as Paths of Glory, were considered to be unacceptable and were not exhibited until after the Armistice. He shared the feelings of Paul Nash who wrote at the time: “I am no longer an artist. I am a messenger (for) those who want the war to go on forever.”
Of course, since World War I, Propaganda has become the only duties of American Mainstream Media and Hollywood is devoted almost 100% to creating either propaganda or dumbing down of Americans.
1945 AD: British War Propaganda Bureau continued their WAR PROPAGANDA for the BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME SYNDICATE and here is one of their POSTERS:
4 minute video – EXAGGERATION IN POLAND OF GERMAN CAMP DEATHS EXPLAINED IN SIMPLE TERMS
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1951 AD: Spartacus is a novel by American writer Howard Fast about the slave revolt led by Spartacus around 71 BCE. Was a self-published PROPAGANDA novel by Howard Fast during the McCarthy era in which he began writing in angry reaction to his imprisonment for charges stemming from his involvement in the Communist Party USA. He was imprisoned for three months in 1950 for contempt of Congress. The book was published by the author, because no commercial publisher would undertake the publication or distribution of his book. While both Howard Fast’s novel and Stanley Kubrick’s film depicted Spartacus as a Thracian who is born a slave and forced to work in the gold mines of Libya and Egypt, the real Spartacus was, from the historical records, actually born a free man who served as a Thracian auxiliary soldier in the Roman army. The historical sources stated that after Spartacus had deserted from the Roman army, he was captured and sold as a gladiator. The historic revolt of Spartacus took place in 73 BC and lasted about three years, not nine months as in the film or four years as in the novel (the novel gives the date of Spartacus’ revolt as 71 BC).
TIMELINE OF ASHKENAZI COMMUNIST AUTHOR OF SPARTACUS, HOWARD FAST
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1914 AD: Howard Melvin Fast (1914 AD-2003 AD), of Ashkenazi Ukrainian descent and a Communist U.S. Author of Spartacus Is Born, a popular novelist who spent a good part of his career on a blacklist because of his affiliation with the American Communist Party. Fast kept writing even when he was out of fashion and set up his own press to publish his own books. Fast published Conceived in Liberty, a novel centered on Valley Forge during the American War of Independence. It sold a million copies. During World War II, Fast served in the Office of War Information (British War Propaganda Bureau (WPB) branch), writing for the Voice of America. He also joined the Communist Party in 1943 – and didn’t see a contradiction between that and his war service. That same year, he wrote Citizen Tom Paine, a novel about the colonial American radical whose tracts helped inspire the Revolutionary cause. That was followed by Freedom Road, about a black man in Reconstruction-period South Carolina who rises to the U.S. Congress, before being brought down when racism and the Klan are allowed to prevail.
1948 AD: Howard Fast wrote a novel about the Maccabees, My Glorious Brothers, which was popular in newly independent Israel.
1950 AD: Howard Fast, an admitted Communist, was subpoenaed by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. When he refused to appear, he was sentenced to three months in federal prison. That is where he began writing Spartacus, about a slave revolt in the ancient Roman empire. Because no publisher would bring out Spartacus, Fast set up his own company to publish it, in 1951, and sold some 48,000 copies.
1960 AD: Stanley Kubricks made the film version of Spartacus. This marked the beginning of Fasts rehabilitation. By then, Fast had quit the Party, and, in the wake of Nikita Khrushchevs 1956 revelations about Joseph Stalin, had written a book disavowing Soviet communism and he believed communism had betrayed him.