posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 07:28 PM
I don't want to rain on the parade, but I am a doubter. You will need to prove the assertions with some testing, before I buy this wholesale.
I can easily make the assertion that both the media and the public dropped interest in Ron Paul, once he had been excluded from participation. This is
reasonable, since it is what we all apparently witnessed.
I give some credability to your claims, and surely he was shoved out of the picture. You say the media did it. I think the party did it, and the media
backed them up.
You need to demonstrate where pumping the interest pumps the coverage, and withdrawing the interest, drops the coverage.
Then you need to test the limits. Drop something the media supports. Push something the media resists, and sustain the push past where the media
notices and counters the trend. If you can break that barrier, then the next Ron Paul can succeed where the last failed.
Knowledge without application is an exercise in futility. I would love to truly be able to participate in a cultural revolution. Wouldn't you?
Is anyone else willing to back Oldschool and test his hypothesis. I would like to call for a showing of support for actively helping Oldschool
test the hypothesis and develop methodology for countering the media manipulation.
[edit on 27-8-2008 by Cyberbian]