posted on Oct, 10 2015 @ 04:28 PM
Once upon a time I was deeply involved in the media, it was my life, my job and my hobby. An event happened (we dont need to go into that here) which
was part of a change of the media, the 20th century paradigm was no longer applicable. The dialogue was controlled. Five media companies took control
of all corporate media in the English speaking world--there was no room for dissent in this media homogeneity.
I left the media, my life, my everything. Or maybe it left me?.
Trying to continue to remain a "functioning member of society" I decided to use my media background to take employment in the web industry--new
media, new me?. NOPE. It was not long before I saw the same control systems take over the new media industries. Everything we had done had become
undone--not by technology, but by people.
Weighing up my options: to not consume media at all OR to only listen to police scanners and law reviews, I decided there had to be another option.
Being that I was learning a non-English language for extrinsic reasons, I decided: "hey, lets see if the non-English news sources have a different
perspective". So I did...
Well, this was the eye-opener. Having news that was not so heavily "spun", not presented for an emotive reaction, not trying to divide us by
hate--it was like the old days when I could read the news and not know which PR shills hands it had been thru (they have their editorial styles). It
was a breath of fresh air.
But then I talk to people. They are now spouting the same lies as the media did, as new media did. There is no counter point that is not astro-turfed,
no opposition to the status quo that is not controlled. Its all lies. Sure, we could go on a MKULTRA tip and say everyone is brainwashed, but I dont
think thats the case. I actually think people ARE that stupid, people DO believe the lies; and when a lie gets enough critical mass--it becomes an
In the last 20 years, the English language has become the language of lies--more lies are spoken in this language than truth's.
Funny how most "English as a first language" speakers NEVER learn another language--I guess then never get sick of being lied to?.