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posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 12:04 PM
Now this is my first post after a long time.

And I have been thinking about something. Why isn't there a channel or news network, which would broadcast just GOOD or GREAT news every day? Or at least, why isn't there on any network, once a day the Good Hour and there are lots of Good Kind of news, which people would like to see? I mean, I am sure some good things have happened today, which people would just love to see and smile and be happy with! Why do we have the need to fill our energy on other peoples misery? I mean, if you watch news today it's just, war, famine, airplane crash, murder, death, kill, rape, slaughter, satanists, terrorists, suicide bombers, disease, drugs, protests, anger, hate...


Why hasn't this kind of network or news already been made?

Where are the people, who think like me?

Or am I alraedy too late?

posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 10:42 PM
I don't know, good news doesn't sell? I try not to watch tv news anymore, because all the news is horrible, or just plain unimportant or useless. I'm really more interested in the latter, why don't they have a news channel that actually puts real news on instead of how crazy Brittney Spears went this week. Do you care? Does anyone? That's what really pisses me off about network news.

posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 10:49 PM
There sure is.

Basically any newspaper from any communist/socialist country will provide a flood of good news.

Take China's Xinhua news page for instance:

Sure, there's thousands of babies with kidney stones from bad milk, but who cares? They're putting some chaps into space!

It's the nature of the beast - Western news, it's all bad. The bad news goes first. In the East, it's presented as nothing to worry about, business as usual, and the government is doing everything perfectly.

It's good to have a balance, but I prefer the bad news first.

[edit on 22-9-2008 by mattguy404]

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 07:23 AM
In my humble opinion, the majority of the people FEED on other people's misery. They NEED to see others suffer in order to tell themselves, their own life is not so bad at all. They watch the news, as suicide bombers blow themselves up in the middle of Baghdad city and tell themselves: "Hey! Isn't it cool I can go to the store and not be blow up by a terrorist?" People today do not need any news about love, harmony, peace, friendship, happiness, joy, life - they need to hear the other way around. That will make them feel better - not to see, that some people actually live in peace and harmony, while they do not. And that is what I find scary and pathetic.

[edit on 23/9/08 by Souljah]


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