Biased and Incompetent Reporting – Terrorism via Censorship

The BBC spun the positive economic news as a negative and totally ignored record breaking statistical data impacting on several ethnic communities. A tenuous negative on the numbers falling slightly short was the narrative. Record breaking statistics affecting two ethic communities identified with the media as being opposed to Trump was purposely excluded.

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Revisionist History and Antisemitism

Originally posted 2019-07-09 12:16:46. Illustration: The foundation of Tel Aviv 1909 (GPO) Revisionist history combined with decades of supporting propaganda from professionally biased sources have managed to persuade a global population of the actual existence of what is nothing other than a mythical civilisation – the indigenous Palestinian. Those currently

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Instead of Waking Up the Left, Innocent Deaths Finds Them Choosing To Dig In Their Heels

Originally posted 2018-10-30 13:17:08. The Media The horrific Pittsburgh Synagogue murders are being reported by CNN and BBC in a very sinister and familiarly bigoted manner. In addition to the emotional human element, the slant is on connecting the rhetoric of Donald Trump with the increase in antisemitism which they

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Op-Ed: Things on My Mind

Things on my mind They told me I’d never be good at Poetry because I’m dyslexic, but so far I’ve made three jugs and a vase! Prolific Permission for the Murdering of Journalists The death of a Saudi journalist in Turkey has created apoplectic outrage in the western media. Each

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Stephen Miller Explodes on CNN’s Jake Tapper During Fiery Interview

There are a lot of snippets available, here is the full interview… Seriously CNN — to take any of your talking heads seriously would require the likes of Tapper and Costa to be fired, otherwise CNN will remain a tabloid putz at best. Bookmark(0) Please login to bookmark

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How President Trump Really Beat the Media?

President Trump’s end year remarks to the New York Times acerbically summed up his relationship with the media.

“I’m going to win another four years… because newspapers, television, all forms of media will tank if I’m not there.”

The answering outburst of rage and contempt from the media burned all the hotter because the statement was not only intentionally provocative; it was also true.

The media has never been able to quit Trump.

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Newsgate: The News Media’s Unseemly Relationships with Government and Political Actors

Regardless of who is your chosen – or least favorite – presidential candidate, independent minds should be concerned about the latest revelations in the news media’s unseemly relationships with government and political actors.

While there are many responsible journalists working today, inside documents and leaks have exposed serious lapses constituting the most far-reaching scandal our industry has known.

It’s our very own Newsgate.

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Compromised reporting has always existed as a result of covert collaborations between reporters and political officials—Democrats and Republicans alike.

For example, in my new book out next year, The Smear, I’ll report on instances of improper collusion that surfaced during the Bush administration.

The most recent available evidence is heavy on Democrat-ties due to the nature of the available documents and leaks.

It can be argued that some individual accounts can be rationalized and are not serious breaches of ethics.

But taken as a whole, it’s easy to see how we as journalists have done a poor job protecting ourselves from being co-opted by organized interests, often ones that are paid and politically-motivated.

Whether we realize it or not, they’ve figured out how to exploit the media and use us to publish their propaganda.

It implies a broad and growing trend that has seriously undermined the credibility of the news industry.

Opinion reporters and those who work for obviously ideological news groups are entitled to publish party propaganda.

It’s one matter to provide viewpoint journalism.

But it’s quite another for us to act as a tool of any interest, publishing narratives or talking points upon suggestion or demand, without disclosing we’ve done just that.

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