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Contributors of The Daily Journalist

Our organization dedicates itself to the study of manipulation in business, politics, and media. We are particularly interested in: Consumer Manipulation, Public Manipulation, Retail Manipulation, Voter Manipulation, Banking Manipulation, Marketing Manipulation, Media Manipulation & Corporate Manipulation – just to name a few.

First, and most importantly, we do not mean to demean manipulation or to portray manipulators as evil. We all try to manipulate those around us – it’s part of human nature. Admittedly, it’s not usually our proudest feature, but we all have it; some of us are just better at it than others. In fact, some members of our team have spent decades advancing the art of manipulation and charging a lot of money for that expertise. Manipulation is a tool, like an axe or a hammer. The tool is not evil, although those using it can be.

Having said this, some things have changed in the last few years. Manipulation has become more mainstream, and the use of mass manipulation in corporations, politics and media has grown tremendously. There is no counter force to this trend, though – no one is teaching consumers how to spot and resist manipulation, or citizens how to better avoid government manipulations, or media readers how to be more critical readers. This is the fundamental reason for our organization, then – to act, in its small way, as a way for people to discuss manipulation, disseminate examples, and get better at spotting it and reacting to it.

As such, we do not have a specific ‘content’ agenda. We care about the manipulation itself, much more so than the underlying issue(s) or player(s). By studying the manipulation, we strip it out and then can decide on a viewpoint on the underlying issue free (or more free) of the manipulation technique itself. We focus on discussing the issue(s) rather than advocating one side or the other.

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Above Top Secret

Contributors of  The Daily Journalist is the Internet’s largest and most popular discussion board community dedicated to the intelligent exchange of ideas and debate on a wide range of “alternative topics” such as conspiracies, UFO’s, paranormal, secret societies, political scandals, new world order, terrorism, and dozens of related topics with a diverse mix of users from all over the world.

With 277,298 members generating 15,626,694 posts of substance (minimal contributions are not allowed) that cover 904,745 topics in 167 different discussion forums, you could say“the truth is in here.”

And new content, new ideas, new speculation, and new theories are being generating at an astounding pace with 3,794 members creating 45,353 new posts during the past seven days. Also, in that same time span, we welcomed 492 new members and enjoyed visits from 9,139 registered members as well as 1,078,402 guests.

The simple yet effective motto of our membership is “deny ignorance”, which signifies an effort to apply the principals of critical thought and peer review to the provocative topics covered within. More than a slogan, our members have embraced the motto as our collective cultural standard, demanding all to aspire to a higher standard. These simple two words have galvanized a broad membership that spans the spectrum from highly speculative conspiracy writers to staunch doubters. The result is a unique collaboration of diverse individuals rallying under this simple statement to learn from each other, discover new truths, and imagine new ideas that expand our minds.



Uyghur American Association

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The Uyghur American Association (UAA) is based in Washington, DC and is a tax-exempt, non-profit membership organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Tax Code.

The Uyghur American Association (UAA) works to promote the preservation and flourishing of a rich, humanistic and diverse Uyghur culture, and to support the right of the Uyghur people to use peaceful, democratic means to determine their own political future. The UAA has undertaken the Uyghur Human Rights Project for the purpose of promoting improved human rights conditions for Uyghurs and other indigenous groups in East Turkistan (also known as China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region), on the premise that the assurance of basic human rights will facilitate the realization of the community’s democratic aspirations.



World Food Program

World Food Program 

Contributors for The Daily Journalist 

WFP is part of the United Nations system and is voluntarily funded.In emergencies, we get food to where it is needed, saving the lives of victims of war, civil conflict and natural disasters. After the cause of an emergency has passed, we use food to help communities rebuild their shattered lives.

Born in 1961, WFP pursues a vision of the world in which every man, woman and child has access at all times to the food needed for an active and healthy life. We work towards that vision with our sister UN agencies in Rome — the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) — as well as other government, UN and NGO partners.

On average, WFP aim to reach more than 90 million people with food assistance in more than 70 countries. About 12,000 people work for the organization, most of them in remote areas, directly serving the hungry poor.

To learn more, watch the video outlining our mission, read our Mission Statement or browse our Policy Resources section.


Center For Media Freedom Responsibilities

Center for Media Freedom Responsibility 

Contributors for The Daily Journalist 

The formation of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) addresses one of the critical concerns confronting the Philippines after People Power toppled the Marcos dictatorship in February 1986. That concern calls attention to the power of the media and the role of the free press in the development of Philippine democracy.

All over the world, press freedom has been essential to the democratic system. Effective participatory government is possible only when it can count on a well-informed society where individuals freely exchange ideas, and public debate and discussion arise from knowledge and understanding of national affairs.

That freedom involves not only media professionals, but also the public served by the media—public officials, the private sector, civil society groups, readers, viewers, and listeners—who receive information and are part of the cycle of public communication. But freedom of the press, like all liberties, has its limits, for the simple reason that it is vulnerable to abuse.

Democratic recovery confronts serious obstacles on the media front. The press and the media need to exert special efforts to measure up as a collective vehicle of information, and as an instrument for clarifying the complex issues and dilemmas of development that the public should understand.

Against this background, CMFR was organized in 1989 as a private, non-stock, non-profit organization involving the different sectors of society in the task of building up the press and news media as a pillar of democratic society. Its programs uphold press freedom, promote responsible journalism, and encourage journalistic excellence.

CMFR is duly accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) as a donee institution with certificate of registration no. 065-2010. PCNC is a private voluntary, non-stock, non-profit corporation that certifies non-profit organizations that meet established minimum criteria for financial management and accountability.







The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms. 

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The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) was established in 2006 to support the journalists in the territories who continue to face numerous oppressive constraints in their fight for freedom of expression.  The vision of MADA is to end the violations against journalists, support them in their work, reduce practices of self-censorship out of fear of reprisal, and facilitate Palestinian media in reclaiming its role as the fourth authority.

MADA was established by journalists and individuals passionate about the inalienable right to freedom of expression and opinion, and for the first two years was run solely by volunteers. Then MADA started to provide journalists and media outlets with legal council and advice, monitor and document all violations of freedom of expression, and raise awareness among journalists and the general public of the importance of press freedom as a cornerstone to democratic development and good governance.

MADA’s organizational development is a continual strategic process that responds to research and studies that identify the gaps and challenges in media service provision and protection. MADA does not accept any conditional support or funding that is not in line with, or is in any way detrimental to the center’s overall vision and goals.



United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organization.

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UNESCO works to create the conditions for dialogue among civilizations, cultures and peoples, based upon respect for commonly shared values. It is through this dialogue that the world can achieve global visions of sustainable development encompassing observance of human rights, mutual respect and the alleviation of poverty, all of which are at the heart of UNESCO’S mission and activities.

The broad goals and concrete objectives of the international community – as set out in the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – underpin all UNESCO’s strategies and activities. Thus UNESCO’s unique competencies in education, the sciences, culture and communication and information contribute towards the realization of those goals.

UNESCO’s mission is to contribute to the building of peace, the eradication of poverty, sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education, the sciences, culture, communication and information. The Organization focuses, in particular, on two global priorities.



Pakistan Security Research Unit. 

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The Pakistan Security Research Unit (PSRU) was established in the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, UK, in March 2007. It serves as an independent portal and neutral platform for interdisciplinary research on all aspects of Pakistani security, dealing with Pakistan’s impact on regional and global security, internal security issues within Pakistan, and the interplay of the two. PSRU provides information about, and critical analysis of, Pakistani security with particular emphasis on extremism/terrorism, nuclear weapons issues, and the internal stability and cohesion of the state.


Project Censored

Project Censored.

Contributors to The Daily Journalist

The mission of Project Censored is to teach students and the public about the role of a free press in a free society – and to tell the News That Didn’t Make the News and Why.

At Project Censored, we examine the coverage of news and information important to the maintenance of a healthy and functioning democracy. We define Modern Censorship as the subtle yet constant and sophisticated manipulation of reality in our mass media outlets. On a daily basis, censorship refers to the intentional non-inclusion of a news story – or piece of a news story – based on anything other than a desire to tell the truth. Such manipulation can take the form of political pressure (from government officials and powerful individuals), economic pressure (from advertisers and funders), and legal pressure (the threat of lawsuits from deep-pocket individuals, corporations, and institutions).



Conservative Action Alert. 

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Conservative Action Alerts is a public service website devoted to providing ways to take political action on behalf of conservative causes.

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The International Security Observer (ISO).

The International Security Observer (ISO).

Contributors for The Daily Journalist 

Is a web-based think tank on international security and defence affairs. It was created in September 2011 in order to foster the next generation of security experts by encouraging discussions on strategic issues among junior and senior analysts. ISO’s strength lies within its worldwide network of volunteer contributors, who come from different cultural backgrounds and disciplines.

ISO conceives “security” in its broader sense, hence not only including military and intelligence affairs but also economic, energy related and outer space issues. Our holistic approach is applied to the analysis of ongoing conflicts, emerging crises, terrorist and organized crime activities, energy and economic issues. In these fields, we seek to give our best in order to write deep and unconventional analyses by combining an open to the public style of writing with strong academic standards.”


Dissensus Japan

Dissensus Japan. 

Contributors for The Daily Journalist 

We are a Japanese collective who doesn’t agree with what is happening in Japan.
We’ve been thinking of how cruel world can be since Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear
Accident. Media is hiding vital informations, nobody cares about what is

We decided to translate articles in English as volunteers although we are not native English speakers neither professional translators nor journalists. We particularly translate articles from freelance journalists, bloggers, activists we trust and articles we read in everyday life. We also write the voice of people in Japan about what they really live after the accident in their everyday lifes.