posted on Nov, 9 2015 @ 01:13 PM
Two pressing issues haven't been addressed properly in the mainstream media in recent years:
1.) Fukushima and what is actually happening to the Pacific Ocean and the western United States.
2.) The disgusting widespread contamination of the food supply, especially in pre-packaged foods. This one would be a no-brainer you would think but
it's clear that the people in government and the FDA smile on as rogue enemies put who knows what into the food at manufacturing facilities.
My question is, as a news reporter, what is the general attitude of newspeople towards these issues and why would the normal newsperson avoid these
two very real and obvious issues? If this were, say, 1998, these sort of issues would be all over the news.