The all powerful state is the vision for the globalist future---a government that can do no wrong.
Those of us that know better know that the true power will be the elites and multi-national corporations but the brainwashed masses believe that the
state will work for the common man for the good of all people.
What I've noticed lately---especially during the recent hurricanes---is a lack of willingness on the part of the media to criticize the state---even
when it's been wrong or has made mistakes during emergencies.
Way back when we had a real media, that was their job---to keep the state/government honest and to react to the state's performance as it served the
But in the here and now, the media is reluctant to criticize the state (not talking about Trump here but the agencies and organizations and political
groups that service the state). I believe it's because they want to champion the state in order to show the people how important and necessary the
state is to their lives.
Now, it's a dilemma for the globalists to champion the state and make people hate Trump at the same time. But they have to try. You can't have a new
World Order if people aren't for a large, centralized government.
During the hurricanes---and as someone who worked in the media for many years and through many hurricanes--- I saw the local and state and some
federal agencies make some very critical mistakes.
Now, in the old days the media would have been all over it. We saw it with Katrina---but even then criticism against the state was ebbing. We saw it
with 9/11 and even JFK.
Now I'm not commenting here on how the hurricanes could have been handled better---or what should have been done---I am more commenting on the lack of
a perceptive and unbiased media reporting honestly about what the state could have done better.
I have family in Florida with very young children and they were told to evacuate---all the while the government knew there was a gas shortage. People
are stuck and out of gas on the roads leading out of the state---young children are on the side of the road in the hot sun.
Where is the criticism? The pictures of the kids without an air conditioned car to shelter them and sitting on a major interstate?
I feel that the media has stopped reporting criticism against the state in both big things and small. You rarely see it anymore.
It's subtle----yes, but it's there.
The message is, "we need the state to rescue us, to protect us, to see us through difficulties and shelter us."
It's a manipulative and dangerous stance on the part of the media.
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