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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Media & Public Relations



Video By: ChallengingMedia | October 4, 2006

By: Liberty-Pac

Personally I take it one step further than Chomsky. I believe ✰All✰ for profit networks CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, FOX ETC.... (to a degree) slant their version of the story or truth, depending on the agenda being peddled. I've been un plugged from the MSM or main stream media since 1997 and have no desire to tune in again.  

(Quote) from Media Education Foundation “If you think U.S. news has a liberal bias, this assumption-shattering film from Noam Chomsky, Edward Herman, and Justin Lewis will have you thinking again. Making the common-sense case that mainstream news media are more committed to their bottom-line interests as large corporations than to left-wing advocacy, they dissect how news content gets shaped within a narrow, and ultimately conservative, institutional frame that marginalizes the progressive perspectives of a broad cross-section of the American public. The film, made before the rise of Fox News, has become only more relevant with time.”

"If you want to understand the way a system works, you look at its institutional structure. How it is organized, how it is controlled, how it is funded."
- Noam Chomsky

"The Mainstream media really represent elite interests, and what the propaganda model tries to do is stipulate a set of institutional variables, reflecting this elite power, that very powerfully influence the media."
- Edward Herman


Video: Full Version -  Myth Of The Liberal Media
Book: Manufacturing Concent By: Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.


Noam Chomsky - VIDEO: The Myth Of The Liberal Media The Propaganda Model of News.


(Liberty-Pac) I believe ✰All✰ for profit news networks CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, FOX ETC...(to varying degrees) slant their version of the story or truth, depending on the agenda being peddled. I've been un-plugged from the MSM or main stream media since 1997 and have no desire to tune in again.  

(Quote) from Media Education Foundation “If you think U.S. news has a liberal bias, this assumption-shattering film from Noam Chomsky, Edward Herman, and Justin Lewis will have you thinking again. Making the common-sense case that mainstream news media are more committed to their bottom-line interests as large corporations than to left-wing advocacy, they dissect how news content gets shaped within a narrow, and ultimately conservative, institutional frame that marginalizes the progressive perspectives of a broad cross-section of the American public. The film, made before the rise of Fox News, has become only more relevant with time.”

"If you want to understand the way a system works, you look at its institutional structure. How it is organized, how it is controlled, how it is funded."
- Noam Chomsky


"The Mainstream media really represent elite interests, and what the propaganda model tries to do is stipulate a set of institutional variables, reflecting this elite power, that very powerfully influence the media."
- Edward Herman

Video Full Version: Myth Of The Liberal Media
Book: Manufacturing Concent By: Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.

The Controlled Opposition

By: Liberty-Pac | August 23, 2009

April 15th, 2009 - Tax Day protest. Example of the LEFT vs. RIGHT Media further dividing Americans into the false Left/Right paradigm. The modern day Tea Parties started in *2007* as a Non-Partisan activist movement of Libertarians, Independents , Republicans , Democrats and Constitutionalists. As the movement reached critical mass in 2009 the right wing media and the Neo-Conn establishment attempted to hijack the movement and change the 2007 message. They succeeded to some degree. The video below captures some of the drama. Video By:Foundingbloggers.com | April 22 2009

“Further dividing Americans into the false left/right paradigm, CNN, correspondent Susan Roesgen and Janine Garofalo (why is this woman even on tv?) bash tea parties nationwide while "conservative" FOX News capitalizes on the whole thing.”



Video by: AirAmericaMedia | April 14, 2009

“Congressman and former presidential nominee Ron Paul joined Montel to discuss the Tea Party movement, the Obama administration, and the role of government in the United States.”