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Hardcore violence in media VS CENSORSHIP of REALITY!

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posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 05:29 AM
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Have you ever stopped and wondered why the media will put every sick bit of senseless violence images or rape pillage and senseless murder in torture in movies YET when it comes to any REAL images that depict REALITY all of the sudden our government wants to "PROTECT" us from the grim reality of seeing images of war.... They aren’t' any more grim then these fake horror movies yet reality and truth is obviously what our government hides behind their secrecy and facade of trying to "PROTECT" the public... maybe the same way the bush administration protect the public by taken away our constitutional rights, but basically they don’t' censor these images to “protect” us they censor these images because the don't want it to affect the war efforts. Maybe if people saw reality people would be a little less war happy on ALL sides. War is no picnic and that reality should not be hidden from us only that sensationalized lies by the bush administration can be spoon fed to us through the media he has begin to get a stronger grip and influence/control on. Bottom line is reality and truth should not be hidden or censored form us… If anything though they could do away with the senseless sensationalized violence that CONDITIONS people top be desensitized so that they become degraded enough to do what they do in wars.. QUOTE form a solder I meet “it was fun just like a video game”


www.commondreams.org...

Published on Tuesday, April 27, 2004 by the Niagara Falls Reporter
Bush Afraid to let American People See Deadly Reality of Needless War
by Bill Gallagher


news.bbc.co.uk...


pictures: Iraqi prisoner abuse

service.spiegel.de...


IRAQ'S UNSEEN WAR

The Photos Washington Doesn't Want You To See

By Gary Kamiya

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[edit on 6-6-2006 by DontTreadOnMe]




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