Call to Bloggers, Writers and Online Activists

Time to get in on the action!

Dear Global Research readers,

Our awareness-raising campaign continues and this week we have 150 more subscribers to the Global Research Newsletter! Although the number of new subscribers is lower than in past weeks, the good news is that we are now at over 37,000 recipients of our daily article send-outs, selected article lists and event notifications!

Thank you to all 37,468 subscribers and everyone who has taken up the challenge by encouraging others to subscribe (let’s keep it going, forward this post far and wide!) and for linking up to us through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and other social media so that your network can have access to real news, unclouded by corporate interests.

Sending our newsletters, articles and videos to friends and colleagues is a great way to spread information, and we encourage you to click the “Share” button generously. After all, we can’t trust the mainstream media to explain the socio-political processes shaping our world with any real accuracy and certainly not without infusing it with their own insidious agendas. They may be more widespread because they are better funded, but that doesn’t mean we will blindly believe what we’re told.

It’s clear that more people are choosing to seek out news from independent sources like Global Research, which is truly encouraging. From disillusionment comes a growing sense of wanting to understand what’s really happening, why governments and GMO giants are colluding, why leaders speak of peace while instigating war, why crimes against humanity are being passed off as “humanitarianism”.

The Internet is one of our strongest tools and we can use it broadly to support the journalists, researchers and writers who are committed to the struggle against media disinformation.

We know that there are many websites and blogs on the worldwide web that are cross-posting our articles. Now it’s time to get in on the action!

Establish your own distribution system in support of Global Research, and don’t be afraid to get creative!

Here’s how we can get the information out there: If you have your own website, consider putting Global Research in your list of recommended links. In addition, take a little time while catching up on the news to copy our articles to your blogs, websites and social media profiles so that your networks can discover them quickly and easily. Visit any free blogging site and start your own website – no technical expertise required since most come with ready-to-go templates. All that’s missing is the information!

Make access to information simple and people will respond!

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