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Old 12-10-2012, 03:56 AM   #1
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Default 28 questions the mainstream media should ask

I don't agree with some of them, but almost all are better than the crap the mainstream media talks about.

"The following are 28 good questions that the mainstream media should be asking....

1. Why is the IMF warning that there is an "alarmingly high" risk of a deeper global economic slowdown?

2. Why is Switzerland preparing for "major civil unrest" throughout Europe?

3. If the Spanish financial system completely collapses, what is that going to mean for the rest of Europe and the rest of the globe?

4. Is Turkey about to drag the rest of NATO (including the United States) into a war with Syria?

5. Why aren't people screaming in outrage about the fact that the U.S. national debt increased by more than a trillion dollars for the fourth straight year in 2012?

6. Should we be concerned that the U.S. government added more to the U.S. national debt on the first day of fiscal year 2013 than it did from 1776 to 1941 combined?

7. If temporary refinery problems can cause some gas stations to shut down and cause gas prices in California to skyrocket to all-time highs, what would a real crisis do?

8. Why are some analysts predicting that a "rapid collapse" is coming for the U.S. dollar?

9. Will the U.S. dollar soon lose its status as the primary reserve currency of the world?

10. Why is Marc Faber warning that the wealthy "may lose up to 50 percent of their total wealth"?

11. By keeping interest rates near zero, is the Federal Reserve crushing the retirement dreams of millions of elderly Americans?

12. Why do Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and most members of Congress continue to stand behind the TSA when nearly 400 TSA employees have been fired for stealing from travelers since 2003?

13. Why are nearly half a million employees of the federal government making over $100,000 a year?

14. How in the world can you have a debate about the economy that lasts for an hour and a half and never even mention Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve or quantitative easing?

15. Why are Romney campaign signs being smeared with excrement?

16. British taxpayers spent 57.8 million dollars on the royal family in 2011. U.S. taxpayers spent 1.4 billion dollars on the Obamas that same year. How in the world can this be justified?

17. Why does the U.S. government treat our military veterans like garbage? Many of them have given everything for their country. Shouldn't we treat them with more respect?

18. Why is the mainstream media ignoring a warning that an international gang of cybercriminals plans "to steal money from the online accounts of thousands of consumers at 30 or more major U.S. banks"?

19. The New England Complex Systems Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts is warning that rapidly rising global food prices could soon lead to massive food riots all over the planet. Is this something that we should be concerned about?

20. Why is the United Nations pushing to have the authority to impose "global taxes" on all of us?

21. How did we get to the point where sex trafficking is now at epidemic levels all over the United States?

22. Why are so many young people being arrested? Should we be concerned that 41 percent of all Americans have been arrested by the time they reach the age of 23?

23. Why are most Americans either overweight or obese or severely obese?

24. How was one Baltimore woman able to accumulate 30 free cell phones all paid for by the federal government?

25. Why are nearly 30 percent of all young adults in the 25 to 34 year old age bracket living at home with their parents?

26. Why has the birth rate in the United States fallen to an all-time low?

27. With the race for president incredibly tight right now, will the side that loses end up accusing the other side of using voter fraud to steal the election?

28. Is the U.S. Supreme Court about to make it illegal to resell our own stuff at yard sales, in thrift stores and on eBay?"

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/a...ould-be-asking
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:32 AM   #2
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"Why was Osama Bin Laden hunted all across the planet, and trillions of dollars spent on this, when it was never conclusively proven he had anything to do with 9/11 (at least as far as the FBI was concerned)."

"Will US politicians and organisation heads ever subject itself to justice - the same sort of 'justice' that is given to terrorist factions from other countries, seeing as the US has consorted with terrorist factions in the past in various countries, and has in collaboration with other nations, initiated various terrorist actions?"
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:55 AM   #3
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All good questions........ ALL QUESTIONS THEY DONT WANT THIER PUPPETS KNOWING!!
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:16 AM   #4
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Tenzingnorgay, I looked at that article yesterday and he speaks volumes about the mainstream news media.

No one trusts the mainstream media anymore. So eveyone looks elsewhere for the truth. The media at best does not print the news or at worst it blatantly lies. But inbetween bits are a whole range of misinformation, distortion and political agenda.

Although he claims people just turn to conspiracy sites for the truth about what is going on in the world, we also go to blog sites and local newspaper sites who do tell what is happening on the ground and in real terms. We also use our own eyes and have our own experiences.
Some people incorrectly assume "conspiracy theorists" only read conspiracy sites. As we all know most conspicary theory is only waiting to become fact.


We formulate our own ideas and understanding. I view alternative sites with the same critical eye as I do main stream news media. For the smiple reason there is so much CIA (and others) funded lies and misinformation on the net.
But there are also the honest but misguided people and sites. Its so easy to only see the tail of the elephant in the room.
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Old 13-10-2012, 04:43 AM   #5
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No one trusts the mainstream media anymore. So eveyone looks elsewhere for the truth. The media at best does not print the news or at worst it blatantly lies. But inbetween bits are a whole range of misinformation, distortion and political agenda.
Busa, I really have to ask how you can possibly believe this....????

It's 100% apparent that most people DO believe mainstream media. They sit in their chairs at night and turn on the news, and believe (and then 'make opinions' based purely on) what they are told by that media source. Every Saturday or Sunday, they buy their newspapers and some will actually read it, and again, believe it all (and then go and quote those sources as 'truth').

Yes, the internet has been fantastic for getting more information out there, but very few (relatively) bother to search (or look at) anything more than most mainstream sites - there's just more of them out there.

It's getting bigger, and more people are 'waking up', but the majority are still firmly 'asleep' and believe anything they are told by the media... (and then go back to 'You've got talent', "reality" TV, Justin Beiber, and the latest Hollywood scandal... and 40% of the US population will go and vote for 1 of 2 idiots who will spend the next 4 years telling them what to believe and what's important!)
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Old 13-10-2012, 05:00 AM   #6
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You're all missing the point.
You're meant to watch the Prolefeed that is provided for you underlings, i.e. study the lives of Kim Kardashian and other vacuous 'stars' before you can form a valid opinion.
Christ, who gave plebs the vote, when they don't even know what life-changing products Victoria Beckham is prostituting this week.
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Old 14-10-2012, 04:35 AM   #7
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We (the uk) spend more the £60 million on the royal I think its over £100 million inc security costs. However with them you never know. Also the planet gets worse every year (maybe that's the point) crush peoples hopes & dreams (via money and other problems you create) until you have a compliant "unit". Then they can do what they want. Also the media is controlled by "them".

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