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Originally posted by whita
I am sure that has been posted before, but I may have seen it on another site.
Congrats tho, I don't think I saw anyone linking it to the NWO before.
Personally I thought was more a case of lazy journalism - hmm, bit of that going around at the mo - and trying to slip something by the public eye that was obviously false. I think you will find that this isn't a rare event at all. e.g. a Tsunami picture in some news articles that wasn't from the recent Tsunami at all.
If a journalist doesn't have the right picture handy, they will often make one they do have fit. Not good reporting, but as I said, fairly common.
[edit on 16-3-2005 by whita]
Originally posted by Pretorian03
The New World Order is in front of everybodys eyes but most dont see it or belive it that is why are they so efficient(human stupidity). The New World Order is hidden in the Globalisation.
Originally posted by Novusordo
Originally posted by Spectre
If you want more member input check out the discussion on this topic from last month:
Dang I knew it would of been posted before
Originally posted by thelibra
Okay, there's an easy way to tell whether or not this was just lazy journalism. We have a lot of Photoshop experts on this site. Surely one of them can tell if the two overlap perfectly. If they do, it's just a case of lazy journalism.
Truth be told, I'm a lot more inclined to believe the latter. CNN often makes these kinds of mistakes on their web page. I can usually find anywhere from 2-3 mistakes in only a few minutes search on every single day's "issue" of their page. For instance, they once had an article about a "Giant Octopus" found off the coast of some country. The photo, however, was obviously of a squid.
Having also worked in journalism at one point, I know that using the wrong art (meaning photo or graphic) is so commonplace as to be an industry standard. Using the same aerial pic for a nuclear facility would be an easy mistake, or an easy filler-art to use.
Personally, I don't think this is anything near a smoking gun, because it's all too common in the industry. And before someone goes off about how the NWO controls the media, I can tell you I saw it happened in my old high school, on newspaper staff all the time, and I seriously doubt the NWO had an agenda at some Texas high school in the middle of nowhere.
[edit on 3/16/2005 by thelibra]