By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
I want to make one thing perfectly clear for all readers. I am neither pro nor anti government by nature, although it may seem to some people that I am closer to one side of the coin than the other after reading many of the articles I have written.
If I am biased in one direction more than another, it probably has to do with the facts that all governments on this planet are nontransparent when dealing with their constituents and that they directly control all mainstream media products that regularly disseminate disinformation to the general public.
The truth be told, I am interested in knowing the truth about what is happening in the world. This is especially true when it comes to the very sensitive subjects that are being reported as world news through the mainstream media sources that so many of us rely upon on a daily basis. I despise the fabricated news stories the corporately controlled media companies create and pass off as real news.
I especially despise the ongoing psychological warfare that is continuously being manufactured against citizenry on a global level. State sponsored terrorism is rampant around the world and it is regularly unleashed on innocent human beings as a means to an end. That ending point would be the perceived need, by a disinformed public, to go to war against foreign countries that are allegedly committing acts of terrorism and other crimes against humanity.
In May, 2012 the BBC used a photograph in one of its stories to show its reading audience the tragedy of children allegedly massacred in Syria. According to the article and photograph used, the Syrian children were murdered in 2012. The BBC was later found to be guilty of using a file photo that had been taken in Iraq in 2003. The photograph that was used in corroborating the story was 9 years old. These disingenuous and very deceptive journalistic practices are a lot more commonplace than most people realize.
Also in 2012, CNN was accused of interviewing a paid actor named Danny Abdul-Dayem regarding deplorable conditions taking place in Syria. The video in which the interview takes place demonstrates the way fake news stories are created by the mainstream news agencies and then passed off to an unsuspecting audience.
In August, 2013 crisis actors and actresses were captured on video trying to create a fabricated story about the conditions in Syria. This video demonstrates more proof that what we are often being led to believe is the truth through media tools and sources cannot always be believed. We are all disciples of unverifiable information! Unless we are there, in person, to observe what is taking place, we must rely upon corporately owned media companies to get our facts. This is a scary situation because the truth of the matter is that these media sources cannot and should not be trusted.
In 1990, Charles Jaco was regularly reporting on the Persian Gulf War for CNN and he was captured in this video kidding around with fellow CNN personnel regarding the fake news stories they had been filming. The video clearly shows the fake movie set they were broadcasting from and also how the reporter/actor vacillated between being serious and comedic in-between live and off air segments.
Media products are very powerful tools that can be used to influence and trick the public. The powers that be can make believers or disbelievers out of people by using the media companies they own and have at their immediate disposal.
Just because you see it on the six-o-clock evening news does not mean that it is necessarily true. Chances are damn good that what is being reported to you has been fabricated. The sources you are relying upon have already been busted time and time again. Why do we still continue to trust them?
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