Sep 15th, 2020
From the Frontline podcast: Identifying the Agenda Behind Saturation Media Coverage
Why is it that some issues and events receive 24/7 saturation media focus, while other vastly more important issues, seem to be glossed over, or ignored? Are we merely dealing with isolated cases of selective outrage, or is there an agenda? Are media headlines random? Or can we discern a pattern? Why are some posts and interviews deleted, de-platformed and scrubbed from the internet? Is there censorship of opinions on major internet platforms? How independent are our newspapers and TV stations? Who owns the main stream media? Who determines what is focussed on and what new items get spiked, shelved, or vapourised? How much of the big stories focussed on in wall to wall saturation media coverage are actually distractions from the really important issues? What really was the story behind the Click bad hair day? Can shampoo be used as a smoke screen? Where can we find unbiased and balanced news sources? How can we discern between news and views? Information or disinformation?
“Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord, but those who deal truthfully are His delight.”