Friday, February 17, 2017

The media's Obama era rose colored glasses have been replaced by 'Ray Charles shades' and a vision impaired seeing eye dog.

     When Barack Obama ventured out among the people in the early days of his Presidency, the media gushed with excitement like a bunch of high school love-struck pom pom girls, describing his enthusiasm and unquenched interest for his worshiping underlings.

     Fast forward to 2017, and this same media has a far different view of the current President's motivation.  His administration (not quite a month old) is in total chaos, and the government under his unconventional leadership is wandering aimlessly in a dark forest of confusion.  

     President Donald Trump's unorthodox strategy of going directly to the people; all the people--not only those who elected him, or financially supported his candidacy, is viewed by a bitter press as a sign of desperation, and his need to fuel a depleting ego, hence reverting to a campaign style of managing his Presidency.

     As usual, the Liberal media gets it wrong once again.  This lack of understanding on the part of a lop-sided band of rogue pressers, reminded us of the 'rallying of his people' event staged by Barack Obama in 2009.  

     Our negative opinion of the media has not changed since those days, and perhaps after reading the following account, you may also have a better idea of who is controlling what you see and hear as presented by today's overtly biased mainstream media.  

Monday, July 7, 2014


"The business of the journalists is to destroy the truth; to lie outright; to pervert; to vilify; to fawn at the feet of mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread."--John Swinton, former Chief of Staff, The New York Times.


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     Swinton's astonishing criticism actually is not earth shattering news, especially to many of us who have been vigilantly observing from the sidelines.

      This blatant 'dereliction of service' by the news media has been illustrated at this website on numerous occasions over the past several years.  Probably one of the best examples was in September of 2009 when a majority of American media outlets zeroed in on an insignificant 'pep rally' conducted by Barack Obama in Minnesota before an estimated 15,000 collection of mostly 'hand-selected' enthusiastic supporters.

     At the same time, in Washington, DC, estimates of a million concerned American citizens assembled to display their objections to what they viewed as the beginning of unwarranted invasion by an out of control government into their lives.  This is how Swinton's New York Times described an actual spontaneous, and legitimate display of Americanism.  


 ---"Thousands Rally in Capital to Protest Big Government--Protesters demonstrated against the White House and Congress for what they say is an intrusion of government."--- **    

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"A picture is worth a thousand words"

    Swinton says, "We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks, they pull the strings and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities and our lives are all the property of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes."

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     What is noticeably missing from Swinton's charges--these 'intellectual (journalists) prostitutes,' as he describes the whores of his trade--they have willingly crawled into bed with  dark forces in a swirling sewer of uncontrollable government political machinery, which orchestrates and manipulates every tidbit of news they select for you, the American public, to devour.  By doing so, they control what you think and how you react in a predetermined fashion.  And unfortunately, just like trained 'lab-rats' the American people react accordingly.

     Two former CIA Directors arrogantly proclaimed, "he who controls information can use that data for political gain, power and wealth."  Director William Colby brazenly boasted, "The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media."  Another former CIA Director, William Casey was no less secretive when stating, “We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”*

     Therefore it should come as no surprise to anyone when today's media tools totally ignore massive demonstrations by Conservative movements taking their message to Washington, only to have their voices muted by what we now recognize as a 'State controlled media.'

     "If You Wonder Why You Are In The Dark On Matters of Importance"
      
     "Famed Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein says the CIA has already bought and paid for many successful journalists. 

     A CIA operative allegedly told Washington Post editor Philip Graham ... in a conversation about the willingness of journalists to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories: "You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month." -- newsfocus.org

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     Probably the most horrifying revelation at this intersection in our country's history--the corrupt government rats no longer take refuge in darkened sewers beneath Washington DC city streets--they now taunt those who employ them with childish snarky comments, probably best illustrated by Barack Obama's recent challenge to Congress (ultimately, the American people)....if you don't approve of how I'm using my pen and phone.....


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           "SUE ME"                
      
     Do confident leaders make arrogant comments such as this, simply because he cannot have his way?  Or is it actually a sign of insecurity?

     "When you think of a true leader do you envision someone who displays a quiet confidence or a blatant arrogance?  In the competitive worlds of business and politics a reserved attitude of humility can often be misinterpreted as a sign of weakness. However if you’ve ever negotiated with a truly confident person who is authentically humble, you’ll find that their resolve is often much greater than the feigned confidence of the arrogant. While hubris can be a needed trait to call upon at times, to rely solely upon it as the foundation of your leadership style just doesn’t work."   - See more at: ***

     If we are to believe journalists, and our so-called leaders, have no significant power, and are merely tools of an elitist cult, maybe we are just wasting a lot of valuable personal energy attempting to 'make right,' that which is now beyond our control.

     Very few Americans will admit, even to themselves, but they--their leaders, Obama included--have very little control over their destiny.  And paraphrasing John Swinton, our futures probably parallel reality more accurately by concluding that, "The business of America's Elitistist Class, is to destroy the truth; to lie outright; to pervert; to vilify; to fawn at the feet of (wealth), and to sell this country and it's people, simply for their perverted daily dalliances, amusement and entertainment." 

    
When you think of a true leader do you envision someone who displays a quiet confidence or a blatant arrogance?  In the competitive worlds of business and politics a reserved attitude of humility can often be misinterpreted as a sign of weakness. However if you’ve ever negotiated with a truly confident person who is authentically humble, you’ll find that their resolve is often much greater than the feigned confidence of the arrogant. While hubris can be a needed trait to call upon at times, to rely solely upon it as the foundation of your leadership style just doesn’t work.   - See more at: http://www.n2growth.com/blog/confidence-vs-arrogance/#sthash.UUiewrRw.dpuf
When you think of a true leader do you envision someone who displays a quiet confidence or a blatant arrogance?  In the competitive worlds of business and politics a reserved attitude of humility can often be misinterpreted as a sign of weakness. However if you’ve ever negotiated with a truly confident person who is authentically humble, you’ll find that their resolve is often much greater than the feigned confidence of the arrogant. While hubris can be a needed trait to call upon at times, to rely solely upon it as the foundation of your leadership style just doesn’t work.   - See more at: http://www.n2growth.com/blog/confidence-vs-arrogance/#sthash.UUiewrRw.dpuf
   

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