There was a rather low-key confession made in the New York Times last week that deserves to be blared throughout this country so that every American understands what they are reading in the establishmentâ€™s ultra-controlled, government-managed â€śpressâ€ť â€“ and I use that last word loosely indeed.
The admission came in the form of a story by Jeremy Peters on the politics page of the Times July 16. Iâ€™ve been waiting for others to point it out, discuss it, debate it, express shock and exasperation over it. But Iâ€™ve waited for naught.
Here are some key excerpts from the piece, if you think Iâ€™m exaggerating:
â€śThe quotations come back redacted, stripped of colorful metaphors, colloquial language and anything even mildly provocative.â€ť
it is blaringly obvious. they read off the same storyline, questions are asked but never legitimate ones, it runs more like a circus act than an excercise of thoughtful investigation.
real journalism is about investigation.
I've seen stories run where they all use the same key phrases. Its preprogrammed!
There's stories pouring in from outside the US about the US -- have to go outside to know what's happening inside....... and even here day by day, those who argue are largely not informed.........nor do they try to be.
Like, how many americans have absorbed and come to terms with the depleted uranium munitions used abroad, according to Rokke who was the Army Officer in charge of clean-up and has watched his team pass away one by one, talks about hundreds of tons used.
The pictures are all over the internet, so it must be a voluntary enslavement to not know.
Here's an example from Dr. Mercola today. A court case on a vaccine company was run by the Wall Street Journal on June 22 and was subsequently scrubbed, according to this article......
Joseph Farah, master of irony. The one man most unable to make a news report NOT sound like a PR press release for himself!
"What it means is this: When Americans read these reports â€“ whether in newspapers, wire services or on the Internet â€“ they are not really reading news stories at all. They are reading approved, pre-packaged press releases ... But, even worse, they are not labeled as such. They are labeled as actual news."
"It reminds me of the fact that, just last week, WND was denied credentials to cover the Democratic National Convention. Why do you suppose ... what has become one of the largest and most influential news agencies in the country would be denied ..."