>>4994>I recently wanted to work on a paper on Fake news and online propaganda and how to spread it
All news is "fake news", OP. It's the perspective of the audience that's changed.
"Fake news" is a misleading term contrived by authoritarian elites. Really, it's just information without convincing source documentation. The vast majority of "news" stories and most publicized information can be considered "fake news" if convincing source documentation is not provided.
Sourceless information (nearly all news stories) are easy to spread because they don't require documentation. Sourceless information requires emotionally charged subject matter, a distrustful audience who can be goaded into emotional reasoning, and an information distribution platform that censors or hides opinions to the contrary. Mainstream media satisfies all of these conditions.
To challenge it, you need information distribution platforms that challenge emotional reasoning, promote contrary opinions, and facilitate widespread distribution of convincing source documents from "trusted" non-establishment sources. Most importantly, you need to provide the information that is most critical your audience's objective understanding of the "story" without resorting to emotional sucker punches in order to create clickbait and drive advertising revenue. Can a "news" agency sustain itself without that? Highly doubtful.
But senpai, are you really going to challenge it? Do you have the resources? Most importantly, how the fuarrrk do you plan to build a trusting audience? My gut tells me you're more interested in creating "fake news" and spreading propaganda than challenging it, because that is what's most lucrative. The picture you attached to your post demonstrates that you've already taken to this strategy.
Trust doesn't just evaporate overnight. This is a massive societal change driven by the greed of the globalist elite who are exploiting a ridiculously disproportionate share of resources and an overworked population that is systematically denied basic human necessities. To re-establish trust, resource distribution needs to work for those who work. Wealthy globalist elites would need to be forcefully taken out of power and survival resources need to be redistributed. State power and the power of elites must be diluted.
"Representation" doesn't even come close to being accurately representative or capable of solving real, current issues at a global scale.
The globalist system is undeniably corrupt and "counter fake news" is not the solution. Good luck wasting resources