Monday, November 13, 2017

Who Runs the United States' Media?

George Bush was put into the White House for a second term with the aid of poor candidates. Barak Obama was put into the White House in 2008 with the aid of poor candidates and organizing unions that used tactics similar to those used at Kent State; namely, Andy Stern's purple union, the SEIU.

All of this went on under the poor "noses" of the media in the United States. Now, it is claimed that a conspiracy of poor media and even the aid of the Russians denied Hillary Clinton the presidency. This same media even claims that salicious rumors about her family were vicously spread to hurt her bid for the White House. - Yet her husband, the former President of the United States of America, was impeached for a notorious sex scandal that turned the news into a pornographic event no worse than that of her aides husband, Anthony Weiner. Weiner, by the way, has been sentenced to a term in prison.

How much time can we waste on reading, watching, and listening to such poor reporting on the US media? Politics is important, and somebody's dollars are buying whatever it wants for progression. But progression to what? Absolute chaos?

Rollerball (dystopian fiction) is still here, and 2018 is just around the corner, but I'm not sure the sponsors speak English. And it probably isn't French or Russian either.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an interesting article -

It plugs its own paper in an article that states the journalism now has a mission in a time of crisis.

What we need is honest journalism for everyone, not another sponsor for a new rebellion.

Report poor housing construction.
Report racist politics, including those of Andy Stern and Barak Obama.
Report the influence of SUVs on climate change.
Report sponsors of political figures involved in environmentalism that promote destruction of the environment, such as the promotion of SUVs.

Poor reporting led to GW Bush.
GW Bush led to 9/11 - but a media coup
Poor reporting led to Barak Obama
And now Clinton blames the media and Russia for her loss - she claims that it was poor reporting!

And now the Guardian says journalism was never more important than today - we should have had it yesterday.

Perhaps The Guardian is supporting the crop of journalism schools that have popped up everywhere. (followed by a crop of medical schools with new real power that can supersede politics)


Rollerball is fiction, but 1984 may not be.

8:43 PM  

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