Posts Tagged ‘bias’
Tags: bias, corruption, genetic engineering, GMO, gmos, media, misinformation, monsanto, propaganda, science
Tags: bias, coverage, Edward Herman, empire, media, propaganda, selection, unworthy, victims, worthy
This is dramatically illustrated when we compare the treatment of “worthy” and “unworthy” victims, categories that Noam Chomsky and I stressed in Manufacturing Consent. (Chapter 2 is entitled “Worthy and Unworthy Victims”). Worthy victims are victims of enemy and target states, whereas unworthy victims are killed by us or one of our allies or clients. We gave details on the huge media attention to the murder of a Polish priest in Communist Poland in 1984, a single worthy victim who, as we showed, got more U.S. media attention than 100 religious victims of U.S. client states in Latin America (1965-1985), taken together. The latter were treated as unworthy by virtue of the client status of the killers, although eight of the 100 were actually U.S. citizens.
Tags: bias, Black Lives Matter, demonization, juice rap, news, parody, police, poverty, prejudice, propaganda, racism, rap, satire, short film, spin
Tags: activisim, Baltimore, bias, brutality, injustice, justice, media, murder, NY Times, official, official story, offifical line, police, presstitutes, protest, sources, spin
Whose tale was it, though? Here’s the first six citations from the Times story:
“police also reported”
“state and city officials said”
Tags: bias, killings, murders, police state, racism, shootings, state sanctioned
Tags: ads, attack, bias, censor, censorship, clampdown, covert, empire, evil, free speech, google, government collusion, independent, Luke Rudkowski, media, revenue, strategy, wearechange
After the advertising scandal on Antiwar.com we see more evidence that Google is directly attacking WeAreChange.
“They said it’s sensitive content.”