I just read an article on CBS news which is disgustingly full of deception and lies.
It is entitled: "Stephen Hawking bashes religion, but what does new paper say about God?" Steven Hawking announced that there is no way there could be a creator of the universe. The article can be found here:
Also CBS had another deceptive news cast that made a little black boy appear to want to have a gun and be a criminal when he actually said he wanted to be a police officer but they cut that part out. Of course there is the Rupert Murdoch media empire, all of which I no longer view or take seriously. The Washington Post is reaching the same lows of Fox News.
What sources can we trust? I have a few websites I go to for secular and unbiased news. Does anyone else feel as if we are being filled with lies more and more and deceptive news?
Ah okay. If the PVV stifles opposition it's playing politics, if it's the other way around it's supporting al Qaida.
But everybody knows Freedom House and Reporters Without Borders are antisemitic antiamericanic jihadist organizations, bunch of treehugging islamophilic wankers.
Don't speak for me when I hinted no such thing.
I feel you man. I'll take the flack for you as an inhabitant of a much freer country.
(I mean I can burn an American flag too if I want.)
I don't think that's legal in Holland if I am not mistaking.
Oh blimey, I'm a criminal then?
Oh no wait I remember it was a CCCP flag. I used it as a blanket to lie on for some welding underneath my old car.
What is the exact criteria they use to measure "free press"?
Their methodology is probably on their webpage.
It's an important question. If a reporter with Fox News finds out that Glenn Beck is a convicted paedophile and the reporter's boss says, "drop it", is this censorship or "free" press. Does it have to be the government that censors the news or does it count if the news is censored by people like Murdock with specific political barrows to push and the means to enact his policies by moulding public perceptions? Murdock would say he is perfectly "free" to publish whatever news he sees fit.