Tuesday, October 14, 2008

The media lies!

We have arrived at a moment in history once again where the truth is something that is easy for people to believe whether it is true or untrue. The methodology for creating that belief is repetition. Say something enough times and it becomes, for millions of people, the truth. The economy is in a recession.   This is why control of the media equals control of the populace. The economy is in a recession.   This is why a state run television news channel is so very dangerous.  The economy is in a recession.   Now there are those who would argue this has already happened.  For example an aide to a President becomes an election analyst.  Or a certain cable news networks are actually covert extensions of our government. The economy is in a recession.   There is another cable news network that is run by a high-ranking party official.  There is an anchor person from the same network that became a White House spokesman.  There is another top-ranking party official that becomes an on-air news commentator who is often used to make this argument. The economy is in a recession.   Of course, this fact would be entirely inconsequential if the often repeated falsehoods weren’t an attempt to fix firmly into the spirit of the times something that was simply amusing, or at worst, insanity.  But, unfortunately, that is not the case. The economy is in a recession.   The heavy repetition of lies and smears for political gain are by no means inconsequential. The economy is in a recession.   Which is why each and every one of us must use whatever resources we have at our disposal to disseminate the actual truth? The economy wastn't really in a recession.  
Are you a victim of ad nauseum propaganda?

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