Wednesday, August 21, 2019

New $160 Million Washington Museum Astonishing On Vast War Between Fake News And Hard Facts

Posted by Peter Quennell

Video by Agence France Presse.


The old Washington DC spy museum was a dusty predictable place with smallish crowds.

The ultra-modern “International Spy Museum” (called that because the focus is worldwide) opened two months ago, and is already one of DC’s biggest magnets for museum crowds.

It has leapfrogged such museums world-wide in the external look and the immersive hands-on experiences in numerous high-tech rooms. Maybe allow two days! Hard to see it all in one.

The design was by the London architect firm that Richard Rodgers heads. He designed various transparent and inside-out buildings that are really fun to be around, such as the London Stock Exchange and the Beaubourg Museum in Paris, France.

This expose could leave folks like us mentally rewinding it for days, as it hits home the true vast scale of today’s information v disinformation war - of which we too are a part.

A trend strongly on our side is that more and more people are becoming picky in what they accept. The more hard facts, the better, both science and website hits say. Serious media is gaining greatly from this.

There was a time when TJMK and the Wiki could have been dismissed (or sued). But we got beyond that point back in 2015 when our posts rebutting the Marasca-Bruno sentencing report went up and when we found out about Rocco Sollecito’s role.

Posts on those has sure made some of the mafia poodles disappear!

We already have enough hard facts at hand to show up all of the biased reporters, and all of their false claims. But first, those have to be gathered into a single tough read.

See the previous post as an example of this, and see the redesigned Wiki soon.


Posted by Peter Quennell on 08/21/19 at 12:02 PM in


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