Corporate Controlled Media
Individuals can transmute from dull repetitive ‘thought’ into ascended golden thinking, but as our minds are freed, one at a time, we ultimately find that our broader society is embedded with a series of norms and structures – of Matrices and Caves – that perpetuate false imagery, preserving the status quo from the ‘threat’ of individual thinking.
According to Ralph, the media is playing us by framing a drama that emphasizes fear and conflict. But there are other stories behind the scenes. Four touching ones that he shares are: 1) An African-American man stands in front of a police line in a protective stance, pushing rioters back and repeatedly saying, “Don’t give them a reason.”
Foster Gamble: People are often asking us at Thrive, “Where do you get your news? And how do you sort out what’s true?” Following is a commentary on political tribalism vs. ethics and critical thinking, and at the end of this blog is a partial list of the many sources that we continually review.
If news stations are unfairly and inaccurately priming viewers not to expect stories about white crime, it only serves to harden the inaccurate thesis that viewers carry with them in their hearts and minds, in the form of their implicit bias—that Black people are overly responsible for crime and should be treated with special suspicion…When media-makers get the proportions so egregiously wrong, it reinforces a culture in which the benefit of the doubt is not distributed evenly, which creates a hostile society for some and a privileged society for others. Both are harmful for all of us.
The mainstream media is constantly dishing out advice on what (and what not) to consume to maintain our health. Find out why you shouldn’t listen.
A Lugansk Region resident, whom Reuters cites as saying he saw evidence of a surface-to-air missile launched from rebel-held territory on the day MH17 was downed, told RT the news agency gave a false report of his interview.
NBC News has suspended anchor Brian Williams for six months without pay for making false statements about a 2003 incident in Iraq. Williams apologized last week after it emerged he had wrongly claimed he was on board a U.S. helicopter downed by rocket fire. American soldiers publicly challenged Williams’ account, saying he was nowhere near the aircraft that came under attack. Williams has blamed the “fog of memory” for his mistake. But in a statement, NBC said Williams’ claims were “wrong and completely inappropriate for someone in Brian’s position.” Democracy Now is joined by Norman Solomon, author of “War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death,” who talks about other media war lies.
In this episode of The Trews, Russell Brand reacts to Fox’s Bill O’Reilly blaming Beyonce for America’s social issues.
Media analysts observe how journalists refrain from using the word “rape” to describe incidents of sexual assault. Instead, news outlets downplay the humiliation and cruelty entailed in these acts by referring to them as “sex crimes,” “inappropriate sexual activity,” or “forced sex,” even though such acts are legally recognized as “rape.”
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the psychology, business plans and market of FEAR PORN. Luke goes in-depth with statistics and charts showing you the current situation. We live in the most peaceful and prosperous time in history, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t challenges that we need to overcome.
Andrew Demeter of Teen Take answers the question: what would society be like if mainstream media actually did its job? Here’s some of Andrew’s conclusions…
Firearms expert Mark S. Mann analyzes the alleged shooting of a police officer in Paris. The image from the moment before the “head shot” was distributed and used by the mainstream media worldwide the day after the massacre. And now the full video showing the shooting of the officer is being scrubbed from YouTube and edited elsewhere. Why? Mark S. Mann: “You would expect to see a gruesome wound at that distance, regardless of whatever caliber it (the bullet) was”
Lionel of LionelMedia.com joins James Corbett for an epic discussion on fake stories in the media and the manipulation of the historical record. They discuss the fake Syria sniper boy video, the Corbett/Lionel law, and the importance of self-correction.
Activists are taking to the streets across the country to express their displeasure with the recent decision to not indict Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson for the killing of African-American teenager Michael Brown. The large crowds, which are largely peaceful, have been mostly ignored by national media, however. RT’s Ameera David and Alexey Yaroshevsky take a look
It has been more than two years since The New York Times revealed that “Mr. Obama embraced a disputed method for counting civilian casualties” of his drone strikes which “in effect counts all military-age males in a strike zone as combatants…unless there is explicit intelligence posthumously proving them innocent.”