posted on Sep, 4 2008 @ 11:32 AM
Hello, today I was reading CNN as I do everyday, and I noticed there is a hypocracy in "standerds" in the context of MainStreamMedia vs Alternative
In mainstream media its ok to say this, AND I QUOTE
"The official declined to be identified, citing the extreme sensitivity of U.S. forces operating within Pakistan's borders."
How many times do we see this in the MSM???
""The official declined to be identified,"
Honestly, Ive seen them use that one countless times.
But if you even use it once here, you will have a fate worse than death.
What a seeming hypocracy of standards tho, how is that possible?
Shouldn't people call them out on it more often?
Why should I believe them? They wont even name their so called "Source"
Hell that "souce" could be ANYONE LOL
Heres a fun project, lets see how many times we can find instances of MSM using "unidentified sources" , I bet we can find alot.
[edit on 4-9-2008 by muzzleflash]