Mainstream Media “A Lesson in How to ‘Push’ Disinformation”… (and Why I Have Stopped Watching Rachel, and Pretty Much Anyone Else, on MSNBC)

Rachel Maddow on 4-24-13… “A Lesson in How to ‘Push’ Disinformation”… (and Why I Have Stopped Watching Rachel, and Pretty Much Anyone Else, on MSNBC).

This link is shared via ‘Press This’ from Kauilapele’s site. Interesting to see how the media have been and are the real ‘pushers’ in our society.

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2 Responses to Mainstream Media “A Lesson in How to ‘Push’ Disinformation”… (and Why I Have Stopped Watching Rachel, and Pretty Much Anyone Else, on MSNBC)

  1. larry teal says:

    In talking to many people I have found many do not understand about sovereinty. I made up cards with web addresses on them to help others to find were to go to self educate.

    • I do not doubt that there are few who understand. There was a time when I would not have either and probably would have resisted the entire idea because of being brainwashed by the government systems all my life. It is possible for people to understand and it seems this movement is really starting to get out there however there is much dis-information out there too filled with half truths and lots of lies and misleading information. The truth always sits and waits to be discovered but lies need repetition before we can be conditioned to believing – the truth is always there waiting for us. Namaste!

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