Alan Macleod

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(academic, journalist)
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NationalityUK
Member ofMintPress News

Alan MacLeod is an academic and journalist. He is a staff writer at Mintpress and a contributor to Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) and the Grayzone[1].

He is the author of Bad News From Venezuela: Twenty Years of Fake News (2018) and Misreporting and Propaganda in the Information Age: Still Manufacturing Consent (2019)


“In addition to training spies, the SFS also produces many of the country’s top journalists, including alternative media host Saagar Enjeti. When Enjeti left his job as host of The Hill’s show, "Rising," he was replaced by another SFS graduate, Emily Miller. Interestingly, Enjeti himself was a replacement for original host Buck Sexton, a former CIA analyst.”
Alan Macleod (15 March, 2023)  [2]

 

A Quote by Alan Macleod

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The Washington Post“The Washington Post is among the most powerful, influential, and widely-read media outlets in the United States. Its position as the dominant newspaper in the nation’s capital reinforces its place as a thought-leading, agenda-setting publication. Whatever appears in the Post will likely be in the rest of the nation’s media, so authoritative is its reputation.
There are no more important pages than its editorial section, where its board comes together to lay out the collective wisdom of its most senior journalists and editors. Through its editorial page, the senior staff lay out the newspaper’s line to others and broadcast what they see as the correct position on the most pressing issues of the day. Hence, editorials are essentially instructions to their well-heeled and influential readers in D.C. and around the country on what to think about any given subject.”
18 June 2021


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