Great. Now we're learning the fine art of propaganda by and through, yet another piece of propaganda, albeit, a liberal-individualist one.
Here the bourgeois propaganda merely reverses the 'usual' elements of propagandist rhetoric without changing the value of the discourse, in hopes of achieving, inventing, and continuing the traditional atypical propagandist method of liberalism towards dissing existing propagandas of the opposing camps as propagandist, while marketing a 'rational', 'scientific', 'open-minded', 'impartial', 'disinterested' stance and posture. The point, naturally, is to indoctrinate everyone with this elevated idea of rationality and being, this ersatz skepticism so that any call for action becomes 'dubious', rendering any action outside of the 'usual' sein impossible.
Through this banal stylistic reversal, whether for reasons insidious or ironic one can not tell, this alleged criticism remains loyal to the methods it criticizes, appealing to each and all of the points it expounds (appeal to science and pseudo-scientific impartiality, appeal to populist notions of 'thinking and deciding for one's own', leaving space for doubts through downright dishonest 'if any' clauses). Call me old fashioned, but I have even more respect for fascist propaganda over this type of guile. At least, the other propagandists have the decency to sound like the things they truly are, this one is so preoccupied with the bourgeois spectator sports of construction of an aesthetic projection of the individualist fantasies and the ideal of uniqueness that it makes its subject completely uninteresting and drab.
Luckily, apathy and indifference, highly esteemed virtues and the inalienable components of capitalist individualism which can not tolerate any collectivist effort against it, works just fine for this type of propaganda.