VaxXed: Media Propaganda & Social Engineering of The Public


Mark Crispin Miller is a tenured professor at New York University
where he literally teaches a course on propaganda. When ‘Vaxxed: From
Cover-Up to Catastrophe’ was censored last spring, professor Miller
saw the red flags immediately.

Mark Crispin Miller, 6 minute interview. Devastating. Worth watching:

VaxXed: Media Propaganda & Social Engineering of The Public

13 minute version here:


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‘Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe’


Mark Crispin Miller: BIO

Mark Crispin Miller is a Professor of Media, Culture and Communication
at New York University. He is the author of several books, including
Boxed In: The Culture of TV; The Bush Dyslexicon: Observations on a
National Disorder; Cruel and Unusual: Bush/Cheney’s New World Order
and Fooled Again: The Real Case for Electoral Reform. He is also the
editor of Loser Take All: Election Fraud and the Subversion of
Democracy, 2000-2008. His essays and articles have appeared in many
journals, magazines and newspapers throughout the nation and the
world, and he has given countless interviews worldwide.

Miller is the editor of Icons of America, a book series published by
Yale University Press. Miller is now at work on The Marlboro Man: An
American Success Story, to be published by Yale University Press in
2011. He is also editor of Discovering America, a new book series from
the University of Texas Press.

In 2004, Miller wrote Patriot Act, a show that he performed for six
weeks at the New York Theater Workshop, co-starring with Steve Cuiffo.

Miller earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University in
1971, and his doctorate in English from Johns Hopkins University in
1977. Although he specialized in Renaissance literature, Miller is
best known as a media critic. Before joining New York University,
Miller served as director of film studies at Johns Hopkins University.


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