When a trend goes viral, millions of Americans “board that train” without giving it a second thought; however, come to find out, most of these massively popular trends aren’t trends at all, but rather propaganda-led health Ponzi schemes that have led millions of “sheeple” (people who act like ignorant sheep) off their own health cliff.
Lying seems to be the foundation of human intelligence and civilization. Robert Fisk writes, “We do not live in a “post-truth” world, neither in the Middle East nor in the West – nor in Russia, for that matter. We live in a world of lies. And we always have lived in a world of lies.”
There are two mantras of old school journalism that appear to have gone the way of the rotary phone:
1) Never believe the first answer, and 2) When in doubt, check it out.
In the early 1980s when I began my career in television news, even a shred of doubt was enough for us to whip out the journalistic shovel and commence digging.
Woodward and Bernstein were our idols, the unrelenting model of perfection to which we all aspired.
We were trained to ask the questions with one eyebrow up.
London: The BBC was caught editing out part of an interview in which an eyewitness says three female Muslim attackers shouted ‘Allah’ before stabbing a woman. Mainstream media is committed to the narrative that terrorism is not linked to Islam. –GEG
The BBC has been caught-red-handed censoring part of an interview where an eyewitness says Muslim attackers shouted “Allah” before they stabbed a woman in London.
After receiving comments from people claiming that Snopes had proven our articles as “untrue,” I researched Snopes.com and wrote an article about their biased coverage of health issues back in 2014:
Can Snopes be Trusted on Health Issues?
It can probably be accurately stated that Snopes upholds the mainstream media propaganda, while attacking anything in the alternative media.