Media & Arts

Don’t Replace Facebook, Disrupt It

Posted by on November 10, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts, Social Media with 3 Comments
Don’t Replace Facebook, Disrupt It

Facebook is a problem. It is undoubtedly being used by special interests to manipulate and monitor entire populations both within the United States and well beyond. It represents a tool that in no way serves the people actually using it, and instead allows special interests to use the users. It is a dream global panopticon for the abusive dictators that run Western society and presume dominion over what they call an “international order.”

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Interstellar: Movie for our Times

Written by on November 9, 2014 in Entertainment, Films & TV, Media & Arts with 1 Comment
Interstellar: Movie for our Times

Have you seen Interstellar yet? For me, it’s an absolutely marvelous movie, with deep metaphoric messages for all those contemplating the destiny of humanity. Mankind is being spoken to, in no uncertain terms. Not in the traditional way where thoughts and words are so easily misunderstood. Instead, it’s being done very cleverly through many channels including the movies. But it’s so important not to take things literally. We’re being spoken to in an ancient way: through parable and metaphor…

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Facebook Boosts News Feeds of Top 100 Media Outlets in Secret Political Experiment

Facebook Boosts News Feeds of Top 100 Media Outlets in Secret Political Experiment

Facebook has been conducting stealthy political experiments on users, including tweaking the news feeds of almost 2 million users to boost articles shared from the top 100 media outfits. The purpose was to test voter turnout in the 2012 election.

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The Big Winner in 2014 Elections: Corporate Television

Posted by on November 5, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
The Big Winner in 2014 Elections: Corporate Television

In an election marked by record outside spending, including “dark money” sources, a clear winner has already emerged: the corporate television stations making windfall profits from political advertising.

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We Are the Media

Posted by on November 2, 2014 in Media & Arts with 0 Comments
We Are the Media

In this video blog Gabrielle Bernstein talk about the power we have as media messengers.

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Media Outlets ‘Outraged’ After FBI Caught Falsifying AP Story to Target Suspect

Posted by on October 29, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Media Outlets ‘Outraged’ After FBI Caught Falsifying AP Story to Target Suspect

Major media outlets expressed outrage following revelations this week that in 2007, the FBI crafted a news story under a false Associated Press byline, and possibly mimicked the Seattle Times website, as part of a covert effort to locate a suspect in a bomb threat.

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The Myth of the Free Press – Chris Hedges

Posted by on October 27, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts with 1 Comment
The Myth of the Free Press – Chris Hedges

There is more truth about American journalism in the film “Kill the Messenger,” which chronicles the mainstream media’s discrediting of the work of the investigative journalist Gary Webb, than there is in the movie “All the President’s Men,” which celebrates the exploits of the reporters who uncovered the Watergate scandal.

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Media Completely Failing America On Ebola In Shocking New Study

Posted by on October 16, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media with 4 Comments
Media Completely Failing America On Ebola In Shocking New Study

“A new poll last week revealed disturbing trends about the increasingly dire media coverage of the Ebola story in the United States. Measuring the rising anxiety among news consumers, a Rutgers-Eagleton poll of New Jersey residents found that 69 percent are at least somewhat concerned about the deadly disease spreading in the U.S. The truly strange finding was that people who said they were following the story most closely were the ones with the most inaccurate information about Ebola. The more information they consumed about the dangerous disease, the less they knew about it. How is that even possible? Poll director David Redlawsk cast an eye of blame on the news media. ‘The tone of the coverage seems to be increasing fear while not improving understanding,’ Redlawsk told a reporter. ‘You just have to turn on the TV to see the hysteria of the talking heads media. It’s really wall to wall. The crawls at the bottom of the screen are really about fear. And in all the fear and all the talking, there’s not a lot of information.'”

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Jeremy Renner’s ‘Kill the Messenger’ Exposes CIA Cocaine Trafficking

Posted by on October 15, 2014 in Films & TV, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Jeremy Renner’s ‘Kill the Messenger’ Exposes CIA Cocaine Trafficking

Jeremy Renner stars in the explosive new film titled ‘Kill the Messenger’ – which exposes CIA cocaine trafficking. The film based on the true story of Gary Webb (portrayed by Renner) of the San Jose Mercury News.

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Top 25 Censored Stories on the Mainstream Media

Posted by on October 14, 2014 in Media & Arts with 2 Comments
Top 25 Censored Stories on the Mainstream Media

Every year Project Censored comes out with their list of Top 25 Censored Stories. Some of them will blow your mind! Lee Camp provides humorous analysis.

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German Journalist Admits Writing Articles for the CIA

Posted by on October 9, 2014 in Media & Arts with 0 Comments
German Journalist Admits Writing Articles for the CIA

German journalist Dr. Udo Ulfkotte admits writing articles about Libya and Gaddafi for the CIA. He explains how if reporters refused to cooperate they were fired. Also, since he blew the whistle on this “Operation Mockingbird” style control of the global press, his house has been searched six times looking for state secrets, and he’s had three heart attacks.

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James Risen on Why Journalists Must ‘Fight Back’

Posted by on October 6, 2014 in Media & Arts with 0 Comments
James Risen on Why Journalists Must ‘Fight Back’

The two-time Pulitzer Prize winning writer is currently facing threat of incarceration forrefusing a Department of Justice order to take part in the prosecution of a CIA official who stands accused of revealing classified information about a U.S. bid to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program—information that is exposed in his book State of War, which was published in 2006.

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Krishna Das, on Singing, Looking Within, and Living Life

Posted by on September 19, 2014 in Conscious Art and Music, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
Krishna Das, on Singing, Looking Within, and Living Life

In this video, Anjula Ram interviews Krishna Das, who kindly graces us with some authentic dialogue on a number of matters such as: what kirtan is, why he sings, the difference between gurus and teachers, transcending religion, the role of having a practice, and dealing with ourselves, others and what’s going on in the world.

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Big Victory! UK Man Wins Court Case Against BBC for 9/11 Cover Up!

Posted by on September 15, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts with 9 Comments
Big Victory! UK Man Wins Court Case Against BBC for 9/11 Cover Up!

Tony Rooke refused to pay a TV license fee because the BBC intentionally misrepresented facts about the 9/11 attacks, he alleged. It is widely known that the BBC reported the collapse of World.

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Artists Between Mindset and Motivation

Written by on September 13, 2014 in Conscious Art and Music, Psychology-Psychiatry, Thrive with 4 Comments
Artists Between Mindset and Motivation

By Omar Cherif From my own experience dealing with many sorts of artists those last few years, I can deduct that a significant portion of them are afraid of failure as much as they are afraid of success. Like any kind of fear, this contains and limits them. It cripples them through their artistic journey. […]

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