posted on Jun, 16 2008 @ 02:15 PM
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
LMAO. I couldn't care less what you think about me encouraging others to flag posts. Don't like it? Too bad. If I see a thread that i think is
important, I will try and draw as much attention to it as I can. Who cares if you approve or not.
Calm down and learn to laugh, i was just messing around, chill out and breath would you, notice how i agreed that we need to take care of this issue?
I also flagged it, don't take things so seriously. Let's put that behind us shall we, didn't mean to annoy you.
In an era were we have near total infiltration and corruption of our corporatized and consolidated MSM outlets, the independent internet news sites
and bloggers are like our last true REPORTERS trying to share the info that none of these bought and paid for shills will no longer touch with a
ten-foot pole. We've got maniacs like Lieberman screaming for net censorship on youtube and trying to ram through the "homegrown terrorism Act",
which labels anybody going against these idiots policies as potential "enemies of the state".
This is of the utmost importance.
Agreed and pretty much what i said above. Bloggers don't have to answer to an editor. For anyone who has spoken to a journalist at even the lower
levels of reporting, you'll find out that they are often told to drop stories, cut things from their articles including scary figures, or accoridng
to someone i used to know "Find more agreeable sources". Does that sound like freedom of the press?
Bloggers don't have any of that, if they find truth they can post it, figures, facts and if needed documents they shoudln't really have. Granted the
last part would have to be done anonymously but that's the other beauty of the internet, if you know what to do you can post smething without anyone
knowing who posted it. That leads to a free and open society where people aren't afraid of being arrested if they inform the public of the truth.
[edit on 16-6-2008 by ImaginaryReality1984]