By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
A picture is worth a thousand words. And a thousand pictures is over the top.
Go to ” 27 ” and watch dozens of top-ranked news reporters reading from the same script.
I haven’t seen anything get across the control of the media by some three-letter central agency as dramatically as this does.
BTW, they’re attributing fake news to us, the alternative media.
Touché. Continue reading A Thousand Pictures is Worth a Lot of Words
By Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post
If new reports are accurate, the Trump administration is now doing all it can to not only continue Obama’s war crimes in Syria but apparently to do so in the most visible fashion possible. Only a few days after mobilizing U.S. troops in Northern Syria near Manbij, the United States has allegedly launched airstrikes in al-Jineh under the guise of targeting terrorist organization, Ahrar al-Sham, an al-Qaeda affiliate. Instead of hitting terrorists, however, reports are suggesting that the U.S. simply blew up a mosque, killing around forty civilians.
At the very beginning, of course, the Western media apparently ran headlines claiming that it was the Russians who bombed the mosque. Later, it was reported that it was the United States who was the responsible party; however, the Russian headlines were scrubbed and new stories published reporting the bombing as well as the public denials by the U.S. military. Continue reading Did The U.S. Really Bomb A Mosque In Syria? Many Factors At Play In Latest Reports
Note from Wes: This truth is a clear display of the Light energies waking up the collective. As many have realized the complete distorted and agenda-based nature of the majority of mainstream news programs, they are turning away from the deceit and outright lies.
Gallup Politics July 10, 2012
Liberals’ and Moderates’ Views
Are Now Similar to Conservatives’
by Lymari Morales
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans’ confidence in television news is at a new low by one percentage point, with 21% of adults expressing a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in it. This marks a decline from 27% last year and from 46% when Gallup started tracking confidence in television news in 1993. Continue reading Americans’ Confidence in Television News Drops to New Low