Atlanticists Eyeing The Blogoshpere

NATO hosts first ever briefing for bloggers organised by the Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom which is NATO’s PR arm-

The Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom is an independent non-governmental organisation based in London. Its mission is to explain and promote the benefits the UK enjoys from its membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the constructive role the nation can play in ensuring global peace and security.

Patrons
Gordon Brown
“NATO has emerged from the Cold War with a new sense of purpose, and I am keen that the UK is a driving force behind its continued development and strong leadership role; the
Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom has an important part to play in spreading this message”

David Cameron
“I am delighted to be a Partron of the
Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom and am wholly supportive of both theCouncil and its mission”

Nick Clegg

“I fully support the work of the
Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom in promoting and explaining the role of NATO and am delighted to act as Patron”

Mmmm, smell the party political consensus in the 51st state. So blogs are a taken seriously in NATO’s information operations we may now conclude. Interesting.

4 Responses to “Atlanticists Eyeing The Blogoshpere”

  1. opit Says:

    Check your header, Rick.
    I just bumped into this before checking with you
    http://www.examiner.com/x-32781-Clarksburg-Conservative-Examiner~y2009m12d11-The-American-Left-Fifth-Column-in-the-War-on-Islamist-Terror
    I’d say that’s the new direction of the global Noise Machine.

  2. RickB Says:

    They’ve been doing that for ages, nice that he links to a fascist site and Horowitz, no great loss to the ‘fifth column left’!

  3. libhomo Says:

    Sounds like the Goppers and the Democrats here in America.

  4. RickB Says:

    I think the parties have become more a sales operation, selling what the elite want to the people who pay the price for it.


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