This is really funny- a Television Network that implies that "Conspiracy Sites" may foster mental illness. Uh, let's see, now TV - Reality
Dancing with the Stars
Yup, TV sure has got it's head on straight.
Of course, there's always Jerry Springer- yup- no mental illness there.......
Let's just call it as it is- Television is Losing it's listeners at an alarming rate, as are the newspapers. Look at how many newspapers are
Even cable networks like CNN had to cut its entire Science staff out.
The Internet is a much more dynamic media, and sites such as ATS give people immediate two way access to news, opinions, AND, most importantly, a way
to express their views on what is happening in the world today. As another member posted earlier, mankind is a social animal, and interaction is much
healthier, from a mental point of view, than just passively sitting in front of the one-eyed monster, and just accepting the trash that TV tries to
For those that aren't familiar with how news networks develop a story, here's the quick and dirty answer-
They decide EXACTLY what to believe FIRST, then they tell their reporters to go out and find things that support their beliefs. Yes, there are a few
good reporters that actually report the news as they see it, but a large majority of them, report what they are told to report. It's called
collecting a paycheck for another week.
The Internet gives people the freedom to make decisions on their own, something that is hard to do, with network tv, since they usually only report
what they want you to hear.
And yes, I am also concerned about the future of a free, uncensored Internet. The PTB do not want you to make decisions on your own. It isn't good
for THEIR business.