posted on Dec, 23 2004 @ 06:47 AM
The only way to understand the news is to look at it in total, the big picture. Get a dozen televisions, half a dozen computers, tune in to various
news outlets, sit back and collate. The stories that are universally reported are either patently false, or overblown. Most of the "shared"
stories build up a sort of cumulative mass as they're reported over and over again by the different sources. The absolute best way to find out
what's not being reported is to watch the mainstream media, and compare them to the underground info streams. Many times, in my experience, a host
of Underground outlets jump on a story like hyenas on a zebra calf, while the mainstream media ignore it completely, instead they report on some
random murder, or abduction, or shark attack. If the News is heavy on the side of fluff (heavy on the light stuff? heh) chances are there is
something big that's just broke on the underground channels, and is being analyzed for spin before release by the TV outlets. Seriously though, get
a bunch of T.V.'s and watch them simultaneously, while surfing the web. The disparity between true news and Misdirection/Scare Tactics is shocking.