The image of the world around us is actually created by us under the influence of external factors. Even more so with regard to places and events in which we cannot participate directly, be present in person. This role is played by the mass media.
Regardless of whether you are a member of KFA UK or not, please pay attention to this and ask yourself why every day and so often, the mainstream media, big corporations of the media world, publish nothing else but bad news about People’s Korea, which they refer to as 'North Korea'.
News of alleged executions, hunger and poverty, and the country of a terrible regime. Are you not puzzled by the fact that there is so much of it?
An average person, who is not engaged much in politics with no sympathy to any political group or tendency who is watching the world's mainstream media, when asked about DPRK, probably will say: it is a closed country with a regime. what is created this picture? It is just what the person is see created by the media, by the mainstream. How they create the media world that average citizen see the global picture and view of the world with socialist countries such as DPRK presenting in hostile way.
The creation of false and anti DPRK propaganda is on large scale. By propagating and spreading lies about the people of Korea, the image of this country is distorted and exaggerated in a negative aspect.
The fake news is produced on an industrial scale. All of the security agencies are engaged to create and publish fake news, hostile materials. They have lots of links to work between varieties social organisations and media agencies in order to anti DPRK propaganda work as the 'How the anti - propaganda works' diagram shows.
The lie machine is well financed by the government budget and it is so pitiful that taxpayers money is going to the anti- DPRK propaganda goals without even knowing and giving permission to them! It shows that pseudo democracy, capitalist democracy is the mirage only and in fact it is a democracy for the rich ruling classes and those who are at the helm of power. So the average citizen has not much (or at all) nothing to say and decide as in the case of allocating public money to anti-DPRK propaganda. It is worth emphasizing that social media is largely controlled (and not infrequently financed) by the governments of capitalist countries for the purpose of disinformation and hostile propaganda.