Dimitry: "How these (US media) people hate capitalism, how they hate the very principle of this country was founded --"
6/1/12, "A Former Soviet Citizen on Leftist Propaganda," Rush Limbaugh transcript
RUSH: "Dmitry in Houston, great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Yeah, thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts with the audience....The reason I called and they put me through is the fact that we're experiencing something very unique. Back as far as media and as far as propaganda is concerned. You know, there was Joseph Goebbels and Molotovs and Gorkys of the world back in Russia and Nazi Germany, there was one guy running the entire propaganda machine. Here we have something unique. We have all those cohorts of CNBC's and TVs and radios and NPRs and Oliver Stones and Spielberg and Bloomberg and everybody running in sync, and they're throwing all those numbers and they speculate, and all of a sudden when everything tumbles down then they come and revise the numbers. They're throwing all kinds of information at us subliminally. Sometimes they show a little commercial, oh, this is happening so subliminally they put their message so calculating, using terms like "education" and "information" and "public relations." But this is a very calculated way of delivering information, because people going by their day, driving in their car and listening to this message after message after message, they all of a sudden start believing that this is the greatest thing ever --
RUSH: Institutional propaganda, is what it is.
CALLER: Institutional propaganda, right.
RUSH: Not just one guy, but an entire media network.
CALLER: And it's unique that back in the day, during the Soviet days, the government owned one paper, the government owned one TV station and one radio station. And over the seven or eight or nine time zones, all that information was delivered over and over and over again. They put those big pictures of Lenin and big pictures of Stalin and big Gorbachev in our schools, in our restrooms, in our libraries and we sang the songs --
RUSH: Not just one guy, but an entire media network....
CALLER: Here we have millions of small networks like wasps, they fly in sync. This is what's very unique.
How these people hate capitalism,
- how they hate the very principle of this country was founded --"...