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MSM Reveals Truth? Regarding December 21st 2012 LIES LIES and more LIES!

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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 08:31 AM
Ok and here we go folks. I read an excellent comment the other day about MSM It was from the thread "If mainstream media defends israel than israel is the psycho" I was going to quote a comment from there but it appears the thread has been shut down. Anyways I think it was something like "Whatever MSM tells you believe the oposite" I paraphrase.

Well let me get to the point I just saw that everyone favorite news source faux *cough* I mean fox news posted a link on facebook saying

"Will the world come to an end on December 21, 2012?
TONIGHT: Fox News investigates the facts and fiction behind the Mayan prophecy. Tune in to 'Fox News Reporting: Countdown to Doomsday' at 9p/12a ET. Plus, check out a sneak peek:/cncts3z "

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Mankind has long been fascinated with Doomsday and hundreds of thousands of predictions have been made about the end of our world. While most of these are associated with the Second Coming of Christ, the focus is now on the Maya Civilization of Southern Mexico and the end of their calendar on the Winter Solstice: December 21, 2012.

Fox News Channel correspondents began investigating the Countdown to Doomsday last June on the Summer Solstice. Adam Housley explores the mystery of the Maya and why Doomsday has been pinned on them.

At the battlefield of Armageddon, Lauren Green investigates the Book of Revelation’s end times battle between Good and Evil and the belief that “second coming of Christ” is imminent.

It is a fact that the Maya Calendar will end on 12.21.2012. But, don’t believe the hype… the world is not about to end.

To some It up they basically say nothing is going to happen and try to debunk it. So if we follow the trend of how MSM lies and distorts truth and manipulates the masses, it leads me to believe something significant might very well happen on or around that date December 21st 2012.

What could MSM be up to now? IMO the hype in msm and the masses for December 21 2012 kinda slowed down a while ago so why bring it back up? Also why in the world are they trying to throw christ into the December 21st 2012 stuff..ATS members what are your thoughts on this? Whats really going on?

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 08:35 AM

Originally posted by HumanitiesLastHope
+.ATS members what are your thoughts on this? Whats really going on?

My thoughts are that Fox News is as fake as Nibiru.

Need I say more?

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 08:56 AM
What happened to that thread anyway? I posted a bunch of links showing the MSM was in fact demonizing Israel and being unfair. The next thing I know, the thread is gone.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 08:59 AM
reply to post by HumanitiesLastHope

Regardless of whether it is believing, or disbelieving, it is extremely ignorant to reach a definitive conclusion based only upon who made the statement.

It is always better to reach a conclusion based on the facts themselves, as opposed to who did (or did not) present them.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 09:13 AM
Well I have never been convinced that the December 21, 2012 was an accurate date for anything. To me, it has always been a hyped up date. I have heard all kinds of efforts to justify it and debunk it so to's just the Winter Solstice.

While I do believe we have lots and lots of problems and it seems like we have more "critical situations" facing us, I do not see any significance to a particular date. The MSM is such a joke it Fox, MSNBC, name it. There only goal is to create as much hype as possible to lure more viewers so they can sell more advertisement time...sad but true. It stopped being about information years ago.

I once had a wise old man (in my opinion) tell me to "watch the crowds, watch the people and see where they are looking and where they are going...if you turn and look and go in the opposite will always be closer to the truth"...for what that bit of info is worth.

Yes we are facing lots of problems in this world but I seriously doubt it is connected to a date or a prediction or prophecy or anything else. We as a species have made a lot of mistakes and sooner or later we will have to address them or suffer the's pretty much just that simple. Will it be in 29 days?'s going to be a long, slow and painful process and no matter what happens to the human species, this planet will be around for millions and millions more years.
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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 09:22 AM
reply to post by Jeremiah65

My thoughts exactly.
I've always felt that if there actually could be an Earth ending event, that we could not control, it would be either a super volcano eruption, super solar storm, or plague... things controlled by nature.

Everything else controllable by man allows 'cause and effect' the available option to change the future.

Giant asteroid theory, no way, we have too many people watching the sky to not have advanced warning of that by now.

The only thing I'm concerned about through next month and into next year, is a deeper recession....or worse.

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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 09:29 AM
reply to post by Jeremiah65

No, it will all happen one after another. That's the best way to cripple the nation and/or world. Just when the country gets hit with one really bad event, another one just as bad will occur. Lather, rinse and repeat. That way, society will be broken and the masses will willingly accept the NWO. Example? Louisiana and the Pacific Ring of Fire. I don't think many people will be prepared for that at all.
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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 09:30 AM
reply to post by Lonewulph

Not when technology has become so advanced. Although, that's just what we are shown.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 09:39 AM
Does the world end every time the calendar switches from Dec. 31 to Jan. 1st?
Or what about the Chinese, they are in year 4710 or something, does the Mayan calendar apply to them?

The end of a calendar isn't the end of a civilization.
There's also many "errors in time" counting, there's no way Dec. 21, 2012 is the exact date.

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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 10:23 AM
i'd give anything to see my mom again but sadly i will wake up the morning of 12/22/2012 and realize i still have bills to pay and as far as the mass media news network war goes they're all backed by old money duders giving you their version of what they want to tell you so it's pretty much a personal preference on what your taste is for, recently i can't stand to take more than 15 or 20 minutes of any station so i just peep my local news to find out if little tiffany's cat was rescued from the burning barn or not, oh and the weather of course.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 10:39 AM
reply to post by HumanitiesLastHope

This piece they are doing is being done because they want you to believe their point of view on this.
My question is WHY!?!?

What in the hell do they care if I choose to believe that the end of the world is eminant?

I understand that this is going to mean ratings as well which generates revenue but then why not make the opposing arguement?
Why not focus on all of the evidence that something very significant to the human race looms on the horizon and we don't know yet how good or bad it is going to be?

Why not take that route?

Why so interested in making sure people don't buy into the end of the world hype?

Just raises red flags to me.
Maybe I am just paranoid though.
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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 10:42 AM
Sheesh... c'mon....

Fox News did a special on it because gee guess what, they knew they could get ratings.... Nothing more nothing less, and it's sad that they had to resort to doom porn to get those ratings, but most people will bite on it hook line and sinker.

Repeat after me: The world is not going to end on Dec 21 2012. Zechariah Stichin is a fraud. Nancy LIEder is a fraud. The World will still be here on Dec 22 2012.

There feel better?

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 10:58 AM
reply to post by vkey08

Originally posted by vkey08

Repeat after me: The world is not going to end on Dec 21 2012.....
.....The World will still be here on Dec 22 2012.

There feel better?

It doesn't really matter though, because there is something else that will not end.....

That would be the undeniable inner craving within the gullible who cannot satisfy their deep yearning for 'Doomsday'.

While I too am tired of seeing/hearing this one mentioned, there will be another that comes right along to take it's place. Most likely immediately after the poor excuses and illogical reasoning given in ill-fated attempts to explain why this one somehow managed to be wrong.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 11:18 AM
the only thing i know for sure is fake besides the media and that is the economy and the clean up at Fukushima, both of which can "end the world" as we know it. i don't aim to predict the future, just to mention two very real issues coming our way.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 11:19 AM
I still don't get how folks pick up on invisible clues that many many years ago the Mayans knew we were all gonna perish on a future date. A calendar can't go on forever. And I suspect if the Mayans were still around, there would be no Dec 21, 2012 to worry about today. Since they would have added on to their calender. Plus if they had any ability for true foresight, they would not be gone themselves.
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posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 11:56 AM
Predictions don't come true death on time...Actual predicted events might take place a little rushed or delayed depending on various factors...Deep down we all see and feel the signs of an upcoming disaster or collapss of some kind,and no matter how hard they try to make us believe the otherwise,the fact remains the same that the world is going through some serious changes over the next decades.These changes are not so much about asteroids,natural disasters or the world war III and such,as much as it is about Politics,Economy and Life style.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 12:30 PM

Originally posted by vkey08
and it's sad that they had to resort to doom porn to get those ratings

They didn't use doom porn to get their ratings though, because they said that nothing was going to happen. If they were trying to get ratings they would be sensationalizing it and presenting the viewers with possibilities of what could happen.

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 01:39 PM
Suspicious Observer @ Youtube, With his video Solar Shift ( i tried to add link), offers a logical take on where we are possibly headed moving forward from this year. The world most likely isn't going anywhere soon. However, whether we will survive Universal changes thrown our way, let alone mankind's struggle for sustainability, is the 64 million dollar question. A lot of people will be all too quick to remind everyone what bunk the Mayan prophecy is regarding 12/21/12 (should the near timeline be uneventful) as though it is equitable to Y2k or aside form that it is just bull#. If one sees 2012 as a beginning, as opposed to an end, then one might have a better grasp on things. Thanks to the Spaniards, we are kept guessing to a great degree about what the Mayans actually knew. Despite the savagery associated with Mayan practices one cannot deny their understanding of astronomy and math. Suggesting current mankind is more advanced is rather pompous in my view as we currently seem to have no problem with human sacrifice at the end of a gun barrel or bomb, ultimately tied to religion at some level. The same can be said for slavery (usury) under the guise of one ism or another. Someone suggested that if the world is 5.5/6 billion years old then according to the 25k(plus) cycle observed by Mayan math that we have been through 2012 18,000 times(?). Obviously the Earth is still here, but how many human civilizations have come and gone that we'll never know about. Even the ones we do know about keep us guessing at best as to the reality and timeline of the existence and achievements regarding what has been left behind for us to see. Truthfully, we'll just have to wait and see. However, Fox infotainment is about as credible as the many posters here telling us what they know to be true based on nothing other than their sanctimonious assumptions that our current humankind has all the answers. Whatever gets you through the day...

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 07:18 PM
reply to post by Xaphan

just airing something mentioning that this is a theory is doom porn, doesn't matter if they say it's not gonna happen.. Enough is enough on the 2012 hype one way or the other..

posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 07:38 PM
Whatever will happen or not happen - it is going to be the most exciting christmas since a long time

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