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There is a clear issue with police brutality in the US against people of all ethnicities and this finds  a disprorportionate effect against those at the lower end of the economic spectrum. Ẁe have seen horrific police murders of both black and white which go largely unpunished. US police departments should in the main be defunded as they have largely failed in their duties and rebooted.

 

But the media seems determined to fan the flames of racial friction and turn the issue into one of black vs white. Now they see a chance to turn up the volume to the extent where they are effectively encouraging criminal activity. The Guardian is even trying now to create a martyr of Duggan in the hope of stirring this up again. Anyone who dissents from this narrative is labelled far right or a fascist. Personally I see this more as a class and power struggle.

 

Why is the media so dead set on recasting this as a racial war? what do they gain?

 

Is it just results of the liberal education system, media gets more attention or they just see it is an open door on which they can push?

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1 hour ago, kickaha said:

Why is the media so dead set on recasting this as a racial war? what do they gain?

 

Is it just results of the liberal education system, media gets more attention or they just see it is an open door on which they can push?


The media are owned by just a few people (the elite)  those few incredibly rich people dictate what goes on the news and what doesn't.  What gets promoted to fuck and what doesn't - like the truth,  the ownership of media news by the hidden hand acceletrated greatly during the first world war.

That is why all you hear is bullshit in this ear-bullshit in that ear.

All we get now is lies, polarization, and more lies.

And they suck it all up like good obedient citizens.
 

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Interesting thing to consider is why do people believe the mainstream media are truthful when in recent decades it's been proven time and time again that they veer between over exaggeration and outright deception? Part of me wonders if people find some kind of vicarious thrill riding the rollercoaster of bullshit. They haven't found their purpose or happiness in life so they attach to the media as a form of daily entertainment to give them something to fill their lives with. Trouble is it's all low vibrational so they're tapping into this dark fear based energy every day and it slowly eats them from within. The mainstream media has been instrumental in these recent psy-ops, they've really outdone themselves with the fear porn. Hopefully people get tired of the mixed messages and deliberate confusion they spread and we'll see less and less people buying into it as time goes on. 

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4 minutes ago, AndyJ said:

Interesting thing to consider is why do people believe the mainstream media are truthful when in recent decades it's been proven time and time again that they veer between over exaggeration and outright deception? Part of me wonders if people find some kind of vicarious thrill riding the rollercoaster of bullshit. They haven't found their purpose or happiness in life so they attach to the media as a form of daily entertainment to give them something to fill their lives with. Trouble is it's all low vibrational so they're tapping into this dark fear based energy every day and it slowly eats them from within. The mainstream media has been instrumental in these recent psy-ops, they've really outdone themselves with the fear porn. Hopefully people get tired of the mixed messages and deliberate confusion they spread and we'll see less and less people buying into it as time goes on. 

It is , IMV, because people are happy to believe anything that agrees with their belief .

So, for example, if you are anti-Boris, then you will buy an anti-Boris newspaper and believe

what is written without question or scrutiny. And vice versa.

 

 

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40 minutes ago, hokuspokus said:

It is , IMV, because people are happy to believe anything that agrees with their belief .

So, for example, if you are anti-Boris, then you will buy an anti-Boris newspaper and believe

what is written without question or scrutiny. And vice versa.

 

 

 

Excellent.  I see that with Obama and Trump supporters, mirror images, supporting, defending their "man", but if the other side did the same policy action they would denounce it. They also claim the other side is evil and runs everything. The Democrats said the nasty right wingers were going to assassinate Obama before he got into the White House and the Republicans said the left were going to bump off Trump before he got to the White House.?

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It's also worth mentioning that the media structure is reinforced by the individuals (journalists, presenters) doing what they need to do (follow the direction from exec producers who in turn follow agenda from above) to progress their careers and make a living 

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MONEY
Many newspapers and news media are going bust.  The money is moving to youtube and facebook and apps.

They are going bust.

And they know it, desperately they try to get more viewers and subscribers.

So ... beginning some time ago, they sacked all real journalists and employed jilted psychologically unhappy people who have some gripe about something, to push everyone's buttons.

It just gets worse - they see that their little business is going down unless they push as many buttons as hard as possible.

 

In the end everything is about "money".

 

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3 minutes ago, rideforever said:

MONEY
Many newspapers and news media are going bust.  The money is moving to youtube and facebook and apps.

They are going bust.

And they know it, desperately they try to get more viewers and subscribers.

So ... beginning some time ago, they sacked all real journalists and employed jilted psychologically unhappy people who have some gripe about something, to push everyone's buttons.

It just gets worse - they see that their little business is going down unless they push as many buttons as hard as possible.

 

In the end everything is about "money".

 

 

Such a simple statement, so true yet most people miss it. I've noticed that even on here people end up down the rabbit hole and look at different conflicting agendas which confuse them to overcomplicate the matter in question. Follow the money (and where relevant science) and you get to the truth 

 

Media require eyeballs on product = more views, ratings, likes etc = greater ad revenue. There are different tactics employed including exaggeration, jumping on the bandwagon political hot-points., sensationalism etc Also the creation of personalities that are recognisable for their particular style of presenting information (shouty, showboaty, outspoken etc)  that in turn familiarise the public with that media outlet/programme - Piers Morgan is a good example of this. His manner in which he interviews people is to corner them into without letting them speak. Where the questions are longer then the answers are for me a sign of a bad interviewer and someone that uses the platform to promote themselves rather then what the interviewee has to say 

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5 minutes ago, rideforever said:

MONEY
Many newspapers and news media are going bust.  The money is moving to youtube and facebook and apps.

They are going bust.

And they know it, desperately they try to get more viewers and subscribers.

So ... beginning some time ago, they sacked all real journalists and employed jilted psychologically unhappy people who have some gripe about something, to push everyone's buttons.

It just gets worse - they see that their little business is going down unless they push as many buttons as hard as possible.

 

In the end everything is about "money".

 

 

Agree - public trust in MSM is waning - Gov is funding MSM with public taxation and likely B&M gatekeeper foundation fund more media than the BBC. When Gov spending on MSM is depleted they will borrow more > more inflation > more debt > more fear. 

Has anyone got a twitter account to download and post the defund the BBC  form ? https://davidicke.com/2020/06/09/the-defund-the-bbc-campaign-speaks-to-talkradio/

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33 minutes ago, rideforever said:

MONEY
Many newspapers and news media are going bust.  The money is moving to youtube and facebook and apps.

They are going bust.

And they know it, desperately they try to get more viewers and subscribers.

So ... beginning some time ago, they sacked all real journalists and employed jilted psychologically unhappy people who have some gripe about something, to push everyone's buttons.

It just gets worse - they see that their little business is going down unless they push as many buttons as hard as possible.

 

In the end everything is about "money".

 

 

You don't need to incite a race war to increase sales.

 

The media have dredged up every historical atrocity experienced by black people since the dawn of time and blamed it on the white race, collectively, to fuel rage and resentment.

 

Like the current Netflix documentary '13' (lucky number)

 

Ava DuVernay follows up her acclaimed film Selma with a searing documentary that looks at the mass incarceration of minorities following the passage of the 13th amendment. As the documentary points out, it’s not just ingrained cultural racism that results in the widespread incarceration of African-Americans and other minorities.  There’s a financial incentive as well, and it’s good business to lock people up.  13th systematically goes through the decades following the passage of the 13th amendment to show how black people were targeted by the media, by the government, and by businesses to create a new form of slavery.  It is a movie that will infuriate you, depress you, and hopefully spur you to action against a system that has done egregious harm to our fellow citizens.  – Matt Goldberg

 

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11 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

..do you mean the unseen forces above the elite then SE?    Where the buck really stops at?  The archotiic forces? 

no at first....but they are part of the pyramid 

so we can say yes....

 

well we (people) are making decisions... 

those looters are not possesed ,they are brainwashed and some of them are paid

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37 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

no at first....but they are part of the pyramid 

so we can say yes....

 

well we (people) are making decisions... 

those looters are not possesed ,they are brainwashed and some of them are paid

Demiurge ------ Archontic beings---reptilians/greys-----annunaki-------shapeshifters/half bloods-------elites-bankers/corporations-------freemasons--------human cattle.

 

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4 hours ago, AndyJ said:

Hopefully people get tired of the mixed messages and deliberate confusion they spread and we'll see less and less people buying into it as time goes on. 

 

The mixed messages and confusion within the media and the information coming from government is certainly deliberate. Some truth is always thrown in to give an appearance of balance and lack of bias. I think it is done in order that the general populace don't know what to believe meaning that, when presented with true facts, evidence and statistics (including from the truth community), they are unable to discern that it is the truth. Amidst the confusion and not knowing what to believe, particularly given that most people are not "experts", they turn to established authority figures to discern the "truth" and thus make decisions for them.

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1 hour ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

The mixed messages and confusion within the media and the information coming from government is certainly deliberate. Some truth is always thrown in to give an appearance of balance and lack of bias. I think it is done in order that the general populace don't know what to believe meaning that, when presented with true facts, evidence and statistics (including from the truth community), they are unable to discern that it is the truth. Amidst the confusion and not knowing what to believe, particularly given that most people are not "experts", they turn to established authority figures to discern the "truth" and thus make decisions for them.

 

 

Why are people corrupt, isn't it that they don't know how to live ... they feel like beggars who have to steal and act in the shadows ... because they don't know how to live, they are not introduced to themselves or real living.  Parasites try to steal some food from themselves with all sorts of tricks.
Isn't that the real reason the big players act like they do ?

 

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7 hours ago, kickaha said:

There is a clear issue with police brutality in the US against people of all ethnicities and this finds  a disprorportionate effect against those at the lower end of the economic spectrum. Ẁe have seen horrific police murders of both black and white which go largely unpunished. US police departments should in the main be defunded as they have largely failed in their duties and rebooted.

 

But the media seems determined to fan the flames of racial friction and turn the issue into one of black vs white. Now they see a chance to turn up the volume to the extent where they are effectively encouraging criminal activity. The Guardian is even trying now to create a martyr of Duggan in the hope of stirring this up again. Anyone who dissents from this narrative is labelled far right or a fascist. Personally I see this more as a class and power struggle.

 

Why is the media so dead set on recasting this as a racial war? what do they gain?

 

Is it just results of the liberal education system, media gets more attention or they just see it is an open door on which they can push?

 

I get what you are saying, but it is entirely blown out of proportion.  On any given day, there are literally many thousands of contacts between citizens of all demographics and the police, and the percentage of these contacts that go bad is statistically insignificant.  It looks a lot worse however when social media and the news media are used to play it over and over, often times wrapped in highly inflammatory rhetoric, and often times not telling the complete story on purpose so as to trick the viewer.

 

There are several agendas going on wrt the media. 1) as of December last year, their rating were so poor they were basically on life support and losing money.  Look at what the scamdemic and scamriots have done for them.  2)  The country is facing a new threat that has not been seen in generations, that of the Technocracy, which has become so powerful that the entire left wing establishment has jumped into bed with them, including the news media.

 

When you look at who owns the news media, and the things these tyrants are involved in, it become pretty clear what their objectives are wrt how they use their media power.  These people want a one world govt controlled by a committee of corporate giants, and they envision themselves as being a major part of it.  To achieve this, they have to completely destroy our culture, our identity, and the underlying social fabric of our society.

 

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Another thing is that we are in a Depression ... and there is simply not much going on.  That's why the news pick apart stupid words, perhaps they think that they can extract a succulent morcel from inside the word.

But the economy has been devastated for no reason and when all is stopped ... there's nothing to talk about, except what you can invent.

Unless you have your own personal interests.  Aristotle for instance.

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