posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:28 AM
I will make this short.
Has the media always been so... outspoken versus bias and trivialities? Ok let me explain a little deeper... I have been actively watching the news
now for about probably 8 months (at least 7.9 months ago I began hating the media). I continue watching today for two real reasons, know your enemy
and see if Ron Paul actually gets air time... Basically I flip between CNN and FOX and just watch until I get sick, then go to the other one. Each
channel stays on no longer than 5 minutes, then I puke, hit something, and turn off the tv.
ANYWAYS, lately I have noticed something very strange that I have never seen in the news. Honestly at first I was hopeful, but here we are probably
two weeks later and I am just more depressed. The news has been mentioning that the media is so unfair and that media should not be biased and that
agendas in media ruin information (yeah I know, weird ESPECIALLY coming from FOX and CNN-- Yet BOTH actively have been bringing this up). Then, to top
it all off I also see this vocal activism in politics with these nonsensical shows talk about how no one ever brings up the issues and mud-slinging
ruins voter perception... all this stuff that honestly frustrates me more and more every time I see it because these newscasts say that and then
immediately follow by mudslinging and talking about more social issue crap...
Well I am just confused... I thought the media just always pretended to talk about important stuff (and then most obviously did not of course). Now I
see all these avocations against the things we all hate with MSM and it bruises my imagination. Yet of course, like I said, the MSM is being
hypocritical because they say one thing and then immediately follow suit towards what we all know them to be but... well anyway... am I the only one
to notice this? Has the news been doing this since the beginning of time and I missed it? If they are just now starting this hypocrisy, what are the
edit on 24-5-2012 by PhysicsAdept because: (no reason given)