ZeroHedge's 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers by Robin in MediaAnalysis

[–]beermeem 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Snopes is such an amazing piece of bullshit. I recently saw another “mostly false” that was just laughable. I think it was one of their Benghazi entries. They use “mostly true” and “mostly false” to fudge anything and everything they want.

ZeroHedge's 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers by Robin in MediaAnalysis

[–]Horrux 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Yeah I've figured snopes as completely random quite a few years ago. It's nice to see some confirmation as to why! :-)

ZeroHedge's 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers by Robin in MediaAnalysis

[–]FormosaOolong 8 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 0 fun9 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It'd be nice if the article itself were not biased to only left-leaning sites. There are plenty of right-leaning bullshit sites too.

Very very tired of the fake two-party divide crap.

ZeroHedge's 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers by Robin in MediaAnalysis

[–]JasonCarswell 5 insightful - 4 fun5 insightful - 3 fun6 insightful - 4 fun -  (0 children)

Fake + fake = true?

Two wrongs don't make a right?

I'm so confused!

Time for an expert authority to think for me...

ZeroHedge's 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers by Robin in MediaAnalysis

[–]Tiwaking 5 insightful - 5 fun5 insightful - 4 fun6 insightful - 5 fun -  (0 children)

I'll never forget how Snopes marked an article as 'mostly false'.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/dems-impeach-gop-presidents/

The Democratic party has tried to impeach every Republican president since Dwight D. Eisenhower.

MOSTLY FALSE

Articles of impeachment were introduced against five of the six Republican presidents who have served since President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

......

"I Feel Like A Stranger In A Strange Land..." - "I find myself trying not to think because I just get angry about virtually everything I see. " by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Snow 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The emotion of the topic attracted me, but the content of this article is not related with me...

"I Feel Like A Stranger In A Strange Land..." - "I find myself trying not to think because I just get angry about virtually everything I see. " by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]useless_aether 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

yes, i agree w the authors final conclusion.

NBC, ABC and CBS now appear to have run cover for world’s most powerful rape rings by useless_aether in MediaAnalysis

[–]black_hole_son 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Do you have shares in alumiminium?

Ben Swann Breaks Down ABC News Fake Video of Syria Massacre by BillionDollarEgg3 in MediaAnalysis

[–]shivashivashiva 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

abc = deepstateshit glow monkey psyop propaganda!

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]worm 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If there's an unedited video I've certainly not seen it. What I have seen is a video of several 10 to 15-second clips of someone talking with lots of commentary in between.

Seems more likely to me that a bunch of people obsessed with "expose" type videos have twisted a casual conversation into a political piece. We've seen it done so many times by now that you'd think most people would be immune by now, but looks like it still works very well indeed.

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

de-contextualized snippets of casual conversation.

It's 25 minutes of unedited video... you are grasping at straws here worm. Try watching it rather than making conjecture about it

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]edwwsw 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Quarantine is just a precursor to being banned. Seen it happen to enough subreddits already.

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]worm 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Sounds to me like people are jumping at shadows over de-contextualized snippets of casual conversation.

I'm sure that the shadows conceal something. I'm not sure that this video really sheds any light on the shadows themselves. I'll start paying attention when they bring out real evidence of active political manoeuvres or when Veritas releases the full unedited video. Until then, I'm just taking his video as one of the many political cheap-shots flying around left right and centre.

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Actually that was my mistake in the title, my apologies. I'd change it if I could. Reuters actually did make the distinction.

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 4 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Sure, if you squint really hard you could see some sort of political machinations in the higher echelons of Google, but on the balance of probabilities it's probably just a single person filmed using ambiguous words with unfortunate and unintentional implications in a casual setting.

That really sounds like you're doing your hardest to minimize the problem, rather than actually pay attention to it. You've made all these definitive statements about the video, but it seems like you haven't even watched it...

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]worm 1 insightful - 3 fun1 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

Probably because the Veritas video is not really newsworthy. Sure, if you squint really hard you could see some sort of political machinations in the higher echelons of Google, but on the balance of probabilities it's probably just a single person filmed using ambiguous words with unfortunate and unintentional implications in a casual setting.

Google's political bias is not exactly a secret, but that video to me didn't really seem very notable at all. Standard journalistic tactic of de-contextualizing and sensationalizing. Honestly, the removal of the video from YouTube is probably more newsworthy than the video itself ever was.

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Skuly 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They been quarantined not banned but is Reuters getting its news from the future or is this all pre-planned ?

Reuters now has an article about the_donald being banned from reddit. Yet no articles about the Vertias video showing google conspiring to prevent Trump's re-election. by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 6 insightful - 2 fun6 insightful - 1 fun7 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Look at this search: https://www.reuters.com/search/news?sortBy=relevance&dateRange=pastWeek&blob=google+trump

Google, Trump, in the last week. There are no mentions of the Vertias undercover video at all. It is being ignored as much as possible, and instead they're writing articles about reddit admin drama.

Reuters rarely lies, but when they do it's almost always a lie of omission. And here we see that pattern once again.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It's not hopeless, just difficult. But I agree.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–][deleted] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

War has always been pretty unpopular, but it's not like we as the underlings are getting asked. We are getting fed up with lies instead, that's how it works still. It worked every time. In the new world, no one wíll remember a time when people had diverse or critical thoughts - or at least that's the plan. The people that are forcing war will do what they want anyway, since they have the guns and all we got is nothing but a wild mouth that can be silenced very easily with that guns. We are living in a very sick, sad and hopeless world indeed.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

but also the social circles people have.

I can agree with that, that's a good point.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]proc0 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I agree, but are those people even capable of realizing they're being lied to if they're so deeply entrenched?

I would say yes, at least at an individual level. Once we consider people having in-group thinking, and social pressures, it's more complicated and I'm not as optimistic there. I agree with the analogy if the pied piper is not just the media but also the social circles people have.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The initators of that next big war musn't be afraid of truth-spreaders, they know those will all be dead after war, they became oh-so-easy targets since they all put their data into the internet, they even did so at free will.

That's why if the war never starts, it puts the MIC at a disadvantage. They have to force war, and if it's too unpopular it doesn't happen. So they're trying to create the social conditions to make people accept war, so then they can do what they want with impunity.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Media is free to sell influence as long as they disclose and are not breaking laws, because then a big part of the responsibility falls on the viewers and listeners to discern good content from bad content.

Hitler's genocide was perfectly legal too. Doesn't make it morally acceptable. This is a bit blaming the victim, but viewers do have some responsibility too.

To summarize this, the people who get the most "programmed" are the ones who are most likely to be fans of whatever content they consume.

I agree, but are those people even capable of realizing they're being lied to if they're so deeply entrenched? There's about 25%-35% of Americans that will believe literally anything the TV tells them. I'd rather blame the pied piper than the children who follow the pied piper.

Bill Gates Drops MASSIVE Red Pill on All the Normies by sawboss in MediaAnalysis

[–]proc0 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

How dare these youtube comment scum insult a living legend.

*i really shouldn't be surprised nvm

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]proc0 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Adding to this point:

Thus, if you fully trust the media, even comedy media, you are setting yourself up to be literally programmed like a computer.

We should be careful not to contradict this whole perspective by subtly shifting responsibility to the media, attempting to excert control of our own by making them do X, Y or Z. Media is free to sell influence as long as they disclose and are not breaking laws, because then a big part of the responsibility falls on the viewers and listeners to discern good content from bad content.

To summarize this, the people who get the most "programmed" are the ones who are most likely to be fans of whatever content they consume. This is what causes the cancer that is mobs of people believing whatever is put in front of them, thus allowing bad actors to excert control.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]FormosaOolong 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Is that a technique used by successful writers?

Welp, hostility certainly isn't.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]FormosaOolong 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You might be right, but you're shit at persuading people with your writing.

You might consider re-reading this in the first person singular.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]hennaojisan 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

An example of a big story that has been de-prioritized by the MSM is Uranium One. It is surely one of the two or three biggest stories of this century so far but I do not hear much buzz about it. Possibly a US president and secretary of state, among others, were involved in selling uranium and atomic tech to (what we are supposed to believe are) hostile countries. Another story that has been de-prioritized is the China/Israel/Russia Bridge and Road Initiative that even alternative news seems to be avoiding.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–][deleted] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The world gets prepared for another big war already. You can easily see that in the fact that the initiators of that are giving no longer any great shit about the fact that their vicious intentions are leaking from every place now. They know that they don't need to care about that any longer, since the new technologies are making it able for them in the first time of human history to directly aim at targets as easy as it never was before. They will make up any reason to use that technology irl, because (you probably guessed why, everyone) they paid for it. Our media showing up with all symptoms of broken media now isn't a coincidence. The initators of that next big war musn't be afraid of truth-spreaders, they know those will all be dead after war, they became oh-so-easy targets since they all put their data into the internet, they even did so at free will. The initiators of that next big war will blast our heads full of ideas and idologies just right away if they please to, this is not a simulation they are installing up on us. If anyone out there would have recognized you as a problem in any way, you already wouldn't be here anymore, that's for sure. No one aware of that "old world" we are still living in shall be left after that next big war. That's not the first time they force their self-written history on us, but this time they have brought their google. Unfortunately, apart from refusing and resisting, there aren't many options left to safe yourself. But ouf course they know that, they know that little people will in the first place try to safe themselves or/and their families. They know most people will keep silent even if they could speak out or take any other actions against it, because of that. It is perfidious, but that's how it works.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This place will most likely turn into a huge battleground sooner or later.

One could argue it has already.

There are a lot of high-level Jesuit appointments at the Federal Reserve, but I am unsure if it is controlled by them. It was founded by JP Morgan on Jekyll Island, not Jesuits. I think Jesuits make for very convenient puppets, but they obviously have some power too.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Is that a technique used by successful writers?

Yes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GbCg71kf9g

I aspire to get better, condensed writing is the pinnacle of my aspirations. I want to write in a paragraph what others take a whole book to say. But when it comes to imprinting core concept, repetition (and the resulting prioritization) is key to the implanting of information. Just look at how the educational system works.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]dark_devil_dd 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

"If it bleeds it leads. "

Reminds me of something I've noticed, in the US cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke accounts for at least 443,000 premature deaths annually. Second-hand smoke causes 38,000 deaths per year.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_effects_of_tobacco (cause I don't have much time)

Murders in the US are about 17k see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate

..and what somehow I see a lot more in the news about some random murder or violence case and sometimes not even that (like Covington and Jussie Smolet) and anti-vaxers then information on tobacco.

https://www.statista.com/statistics/385577/mmr-vaccination-rate-among-us-children-aged-19-35-months/ Using MMR as an example, the vaccination rate has barely changed, yet we're being told anti-vaxxers are the impending doom. I'm for vaccines, but people's fears are being exploited for audiences inflating a problem where there is barely any.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Chipit 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Is that a technique used by successful writers?

Sticking your head in the sand and dodging constructive criticism just ensures you're going to shout in the wilderness and never get your point out beyond a few thousand people. Study persuasion, dammit. Learn how to write tersely. Get better.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]dark_devil_dd 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Can someone explain what "slipped down a rabbit hole of alt-right ideology on youtube" actually means? What are actual consequences in practice?

I don't get Jordan Peterson or Philip guy on this list. Most of them I don't recognize, and a few I get they're political (Mylo, Sargon, Laura Southern and Trump?).

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]zyxzevn 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

"I was reading new york times, and I was brainwashed!"
The journal that claimed to produce news, was actually producing high quality propaganda.
I could not tell lies from reality any more, because it was all written by intelligent people.
I almost became a NPC

But I learned to get out of it, by using the basics of critical thinking: Does the article have logical fallacies? Yes, many of them. So that means it is basically nonsense and piece pushing a certain opinion.

Does the article try to promote a certain policy or way of thinking? Yes, it wants us to be afraid of certain youtubers. So that is certainly a propaganda piece.

Does the article have evidence of some kind? And how does it use it? The "evidence" is probably made up, but even if you follow it, it shows how a right-leaning person moves towards the left. (discovered by Tim Pool)

And that is why I like saidit. It promotes the idea of logical thinking and critical thinking.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]HibikiBlack 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yep. This place will most likely turn into a huge battleground sooner or later.

The Federal Reserve is controlled by the Jesuits too.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Tom_Bombadil 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

but it's important to consider these are mainly for-profit models that operate based on what we want.

This argument is misleading. These for-profit models do not operate based on what we want.

MSM corporations operate based on what wealthy advertisers may want.

For example: Most people oppose war. MSM corporations support wars, because military contractors (Raytheon, Boeing, etc.) use PR agencies to purchase advertising; in spite of the fact that the public cannot legally purchase their products.

This advertising is not purchased to influence the buying habits of the public. Advertising time is purchased to specifically influence the media, so that they will not broadcast viewpoints that oppose wars.

The same PR advertising principles applies to the pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries.
This is the reason for the pro-vaccination propaganda. Most people haven't heard about risks associated with vaccinations, because the MSM misleads the public about the facts.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Exactly. They just label everyone they want to silence as hyper-extremists.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Hearing yourself thinking is important, it's the first step towards meditatively calming the mind.

There is no option left for us than to sacrefice ourselves in a fight for a better world for our children or otherwise there maybe will no world left for them.

By this I hope you mean a battle of ideas and ideologies, not one of guns and physical violence. Because the latter feeds right in to the military-industrial complex's plans.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You repeat yourself.

That was intentional, to prioritize things by giving them more focus, as was the main thrust of the article.

Hundreds of people liked it, but you didn't. That's fine. I can't please everyone every time I write something, that's just something about creating media that creators have to accept.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I agree, we need to rebuild the level of discourse and saidit is a part of that.

The CIA is also controlled by the Jesuits. It's even nicknamed the "Catholic Intelligence Agency".

Perhaps in part, but JFK was Catholic and wanted to disband it. I think it's more run by the military-industrial-banking complex than any religious group.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]magnora7[S] 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I agree, but the extra effort is really worth it if you want to see the true world, and not just the mirage presented to you by the media.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Farren 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

People mistake "I'm electing a representative and if they fail to represent my views I will elect someone who can better represent me," for "this person was elected so their views are best and I should also hold those views." The same people see media and think "they are giving this a lot of coverage, it must be important," rather than "the media is entertainment paid to deliver ads, and my consumption of this story increases their desire to circulate it to more people and to write more stories like it." Sadly these people are the vast majority. If you want different media coverage, you really do have to do some hard work reading long, difficult to follow pieces and you usually have to pay for them directly if you ever want to avoid the "mass produced entertainment" factor.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]proc0 9 insightful - 3 fun9 insightful - 2 fun10 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

Alternate title for the article: "How YouTube threatens our relevance in the decline of centralized media".

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]HibikiBlack 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yeah. The level of discourse by itself has already been destroyed both online and offline. People can't talk about controversial things anymore. The whole media business is based on exploiting the lack of attention there is on society. This control of the media doesn't just limit itself to the US. The control the CIA has over the media extends everywhere. Around the 80's the CIA had agents working for them at nearly every capital of the world. The CIA is also controlled by the Jesuits. It's even nicknamed the "Catholic Intelligence Agency".

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]Chipit 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The NYT is just pissed off that with YouTube, anyone can point out when they're lying. Thus the crackdown. They must control us by controlling what we see.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

[–]Chipit 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You might be right, but you're shit at persuading people with your writing. You go on far too long. You ramble and say whatever's on your mind. You repeat yourself.

You're never going to convert people to your point of view like this. Go read Cialdini about persuasion and Scott Adams about how to make points. And learn about paragraphs and how to write a short essay. Jeez.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–][deleted] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It is funny how CALEB is an anagram of CABLE and CAIN is, well you sure know who CAIN was, right?

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

[–]asg101 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Judith Miller's NY Times has zero credibility for anyone with a functioning memory.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

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It's just horrible how we are getting bombed with completely meaningless information from all corners all the time. It's distracting us from everything that really matters and all one can do to prevent it is just trying to hide the world around you somehow from your senses enough that you're still able to even hear yourself thinking. Hearing yourself thinking gets surpressed constantly by the bombardement of meaningless information from signs and media all around you. But always trying to keep your senses away from this world will leave its bitter taste for sure and searching for the truth in a pile of lies will never give you a good feeling for life either. There is no option left for us than to sacrefice ourselves in a fight for a better world for our children or otherwise there maybe will no world left for them.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

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people who run giant companies are greedy

It's not that people who run giant companies are greedy – it's just that only greedy people are likely to get in a situation to do so.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

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even the dregs of youtube are better than Judith Miller and Billy Kristol and their ilk

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

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"This is outside our Overton Window!" - The media, probably

Right leaning papers do the same with the far-left.

That said extremists on either side can be pretty messed up if you start wishing violence on the "other side". That's how wars happen. Two groups of people, each convinced they're absolutely correct, each seeing the other as "obviously evil".

Extremists suck, but censorship sucks more. I might even go so far as to say that censorship creates extremists.

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

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I agree, that's why I write this article to implore people to explore these ideas even though it might be a bit uncomfortable to consider the full depth of it sometimes

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

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These few conglomerates being at the helm isn't ideal, but it's important to consider these are mainly for-profit models that operate based on what we want. What we click, view, read, etc. At what point does the public take on some responsibility for our contributions to this?

The media is deliberately attempting to destroy our ability to properly prioritize important events by magnora7 in MediaAnalysis

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Tl;dr: 6 companies own 90% of all US media. People bribe to gain use of this consolidated power, and then push messages to influence the public at large. The subtle combination of all forms of media lead to a combination of ideas that create a worldview. This worldview influences how a person acts, votes, and spends. In this way, billions of people can be controlled or influenced. This is something humanity needs to wake up to as deeply as possible, ASAP.

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Thanks, I'll check 'em out.

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I have to admit that I never watched one of the Matrix movies. There are a lot of popular movies I never watched, not too sure why. Last year I watched "The Hobit" and "Lord of the Rings" for the first time. Maybe I should give that "Matrix" a chance, too?

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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"Cable Monster" I like it. It conjures the end of the Matrix movies - but also like if the "Cable Man" was actually the corporate A.I. that connects our world and finally has enough of our shit - or is corrupted by the executive board room to do their bidding. But it comes in a fun furry friendly costume with disco music in search of Soylent Green cookies.

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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When the time comes that the cable monster will talk to the humans in human words, the human will be already so heavily wired to it that he will not even see how the decisions of the cable monster will lead to his totally dissolving into meaningless data that gets devoured for nothing. Mankind will just end as cookies for the cable monster.

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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See also:

DeepFakes = computer generated imagery (CGI) of real people's likenesses in artificial performances - "a technique for human image synthesis based on artificial intelligence"

/s/MediaAnalysis/comments/pta/deepfakes_computer_generated_imagery_cgi_of_real/

DEEP FAKES Are Becoming SHOCKINGLY REALISTIC ~ Computing Forever

/s/MediaAnalysis/comments/p2m/deep_fakes_are_becoming_shockingly_realistic/

DEEP FAKES Are Becoming SHOCKINGLY REALISTIC ~ Computing Forever - [ Since Forrest Gump I worried enough money could produce artificial political scandals. For some few years I realized it's not needed when they all play the game on the elite team. Not so far, not likely soon. Plus they're sloppy. ] by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I can tell you one thing, I sure would like to use it for animating. Though I'd prefer to avoid photo-real characters.

Show notes:


Sources: Fake Obama created using AI video tool - BBC News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmUC4m6w1wo

Few-Shot Adversarial Learning of Realistic Neural Talking Head Models https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1b5aiTrGzY

Bill Hader impersonates Arnold Schwarzenegger [DeepFake] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPhUhypV27w


See also:

DeepFakes = computer generated imagery (CGI) of real people's likenesses in artificial performances - "a technique for human image synthesis based on artificial intelligence"

/s/MediaAnalysis/comments/pta/deepfakes_computer_generated_imagery_cgi_of_real/

In the AI We Trust? Discussing the Deep Fake Wars ~ Computing Forever

/s/MediaAnalysis/comments/pz7/in_the_ai_we_trust_discussing_the_deep_fake_wars/

Rachel Maddow's Tin-Foil Hysteria Laid Bare In Devastating Twitter Takedown by fred_red_beans in MediaAnalysis

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Glorious! Now someone arrest those fuckers for treason.

Rachel Maddow's Tin-Foil Hysteria Laid Bare In Devastating Twitter Takedown by fred_red_beans in MediaAnalysis

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Globalists own and run Western media. Good luck getting them in prison when their puppets in the DNC will simply work behind the scenes to get them out. The US, and the entire West, is being attacked, and degraded, in incredibly subtle ways, and some not so subtle like "migrate planting", by those that have set upon doing so for a very long time. Vote to keep your homeland free.

Rachel Maddow's Tin-Foil Hysteria Laid Bare In Devastating Twitter Takedown by fred_red_beans in MediaAnalysis

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The media should be thrown in jail!

Rachel Maddow's Tin-Foil Hysteria Laid Bare In Devastating Twitter Takedown by fred_red_beans in MediaAnalysis

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Rachel just received 16 solid kicks to her nuts.

Aaron Maté is a fantastic journalist. Respect.

Rachel Maddow's Tin-Foil Hysteria Laid Bare In Devastating Twitter Takedown by fred_red_beans in MediaAnalysis

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And that's how she earned the name Madcow.

"The Hidden Messages In Converse SJW Ad Will Freak You Out!" by WeAreChange (2019-03-25) - reminds me of "In Shadow", the animated short. by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Wouldn't surprise me if it's the same artist as "In Shadow"

YouTube : "IN-SHADOW - A Modern Odyssey - Animated Short Film" (2017-11-13) (13min) A+++ /s/AnimatedShorts/comments/a2x/youtube_inshadow_a_modern_odyssey_animated_short/

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I don't intend to tell folks what to think but rather that they should just think. Too many folks just feelz and act without thinking because our schools don't want critical thinkers out there as they'd be a threat to the establishment and realize "authority" is a joke.

Peaceful change is nice. But it's not realistic. Many people are not nice or are trapped in systems like the military where you don't get a choice and are forced to do bad things. Many people want what others have or their resources and are willing to risk or kill for it, whether out of greed or desperation. And they have the monopoly on violence and/or political/economic full spectrum dominance and changing that won't come voluntarily. Peaceful change is a myth of propaganda.

"They" let Gandhi take over India because there were many others that were much more violent vying for the same goal of independence. Their "independence" is an illusion, just as our Canadian sovereignty is.

Just because I know this doesn't make me violent nor wish for it. Action, violent or peaceful, must strike where it counts. A million people protest marched in 2003 before the Iraq War. The media didn't cover it and it solved nothing. Occupy a factory and it affects the means of production and profit, like in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Take_(2004_film) .

It's not just about how to behave, it's why. And to know why means one must think and reason. "Why to behave" is a far superior motivator than just following orders because I said so. Is this an other way?

I haven't delved deep into philosophy since the 90s. I wish they had YouTube then. So I'm rusty. And I lost interest when I realized it was a lot of abstractions and semantics with a modicum of bullshit, like religion, though religion has way more bullshit.

E-prime is intellectually a neat exercise, but I don't see the point in applying it to Zen or Existentialism. The word contortion trickery might be able to dance around is-ness but it doesn't affect nor negate nor disprove being. The words may change but the ideas will remain.

I don't understand "evolution of no revolution". Nor how it relates to sarcasm.

I like sarcasm as a wedge to make you think differently, often flipping convention on its head to look at it from another perspective, to see the absurdity of the flip as well as the origin, often by comparison.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I'll pay you later.*

Question: After you wake minds what do you plan on doing with these minds? Where do you point attention and intention? What happens after a person wakes to the simple fact authority does not by nature tell the entire truth?

Answer: There is no "after". We need perpetual (r)evolution. This means the perpetual resistance to those with power and their brainwashed servants who use it over others. Under the establishment's full spectrum dominance across endless categories there are countless solutions to implement. Decentralization is a big one, for government, economics, religion, scientism, and technology. Worker directed enterprises or co-ops is another. When we stop resisting we will fall prey, and "they" never stop because it pays so well.

I wonder what Zen Buddhists, Existentialists, and Hamlet think of E-Prime.

If you don't like pyramids don't look at my /s/RulingClass/ banner. Pyramids are just representative of the simplest structure. That form is incorrect. Thin towers are more appropriate, cross-meshed with others. There should never be any trust for the Machiavellian human psychopaths at the top.

Transparency with technology may be our only chance. I'm working on a book featuring my projected imagination scenarios, not utopian or dystopian, but both enmeshed, intensely, building a new flattened paradigm, despite resistance, co-existing and not happily.

The Last Of The Mohicans featured 3 co-existing justice systems - the French, English, and Native Americans. Today we have a "justice" system, military justice system, international justice, etc etc etc. And it's easy to argue there's different class justice. So building a new system under/within and despite the old one just takes imagination - like Bitcoin did for currency.

Ultimately it comes down to this. Are we elevated "civilized" humans and obey Natural Law, or are we just animals, willing to cannibalize others? Do we believe in fairness or are we justified and right to dominate, manipulate, exploit, and exterminate others?

Life isn't fair, but a rising tide lifts all boats.

Sure, sure. *Unless circumstances change, or you grow old and weak. (I had to move the asterisk.)

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I posted Calvin & Hobbes and The Far Side YouTube videos just this week.

Is there another docu I should know of?

If you or someone you know is new to Trutherism I recommend scrolling down to my Truther Newbie Crash Course: /s/SaidItSurveys/comments/9hi/saiditsurvey_how_to_gently_red_pill_newbie/

  • Level 1 - Introductory Skepticism Toward The Media, Authority, History, And War

  • Level 1B - 9/11, The Very Origin Of The Globalists War Of Terror, Begun With False Flag Lies

  • Level 2 - Introductory Skepticism Toward All Establishment Systems

  • Level 3 - Introductory Skepticism Toward Elite Power Through History

I started this minor project a couple months ago, so much of it is incomplete, but there are lots of books and movies listed. I keep procrastinating filling more in. I aim to clean up the documentaries next. https://infogalactic.com/info/Truther_Top_20s

It's to back up and support one of my two main projects: https://infogalactic.com/info/Trutherism_101

Feel free to joins InfoGalactic where it's uncensored. Or feel free to list some of the stuff I've contributed there and on Wikipedia, listed in the comments here: /s/DIY/comments/dpq/list_of_selfpublishing_companies_on_wikipedia_i/

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Truth seeking is a personal trip.

Exactly. Plus it more accurately describes it. My mom think that truthers think they think they know it all - she's only half woke.

Who am I to say. I may be just a brain in a vat with wires connected to a computer running a simulation of reality.

https://brainvat.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/calvin.jpg

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Interesting site.

If I could go back in time with any influence, I would have tried to push the "Truther" community to be the "Truth Seeker" community.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I strive to know as much as possible and believe as little as I can.

Great quote. (Added to #5 : /s/Religion/comments/di6/20190219_birthdate_of_the_new_religion_trutherism/ )

Most definitely not always agree with both, but sometimes I can, and at least understand various views.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I can watch people completely disagree about something and still agree with both of them.

Is it a big red pill to swallow or is it small? Depends if you're a man or a mouse. It can be both.

I agree with most of the points of these critical videos but I still love me some Matrix movies and lore.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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You mean like decentralization?

Freedumb is Murican, so free they have the most prisoners in history - more in prison than the 7 least populated states.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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The cast and crew of the Matrix were asked to read these three books:

"The Matrix Revolutions: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-09-30) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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The cast and crew of the Matrix were asked to read these three books:

"The Matrix (1999) Retrospective / Review" by Oliver Harper (2019-02-02) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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The cast and crew of the Matrix were asked to read these three books:

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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It's good for the conversation because it's a thing a lot of people say 'the sequels sucked'.

I really liked reloaded (and revolutions, I will handle in a bit) because The Matrix (the first one) was about freedom and the analogy in part 2 that is made with freedom being another system of control. Something akin to the 'narrative' in media, it's just a word to guide people. Thinking about freedom or acting upon your concept of freedom isn't freedom, freedom isn't freedom, it's just another concept to compartmentalize yourself.

This movie (reloaded) set me off thinking about the whole system, for the system to be free does that mean it's parts are supposed to be free as well?

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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I always loved this channel - but I subbed for "Thug Notes" - before it was Wisecrack - I haven't seen the well-read Balla in a long time :(

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Great insights. I think the title was click bait. I just thought it was an interesting analysis.

It's interesting what gets reactions on SaidIt. I try not to post bad stuff and even delete if I post before I'm finished and found it lacking. Some stuff is kinda interesting on some level. And in this case I why not.

"The Matrix Reloaded: What Went Wrong? – Wisecrack Edition" by Wisecrack (2017-06-10) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Whhhaaaa The movie didn't go how books say a movie should go. Sure that might be true, but that's not what the movie is. Cringely comparing it to Star Wars made me think he would like Metal by Numbers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chiVMrWMHko

The whole part about Neo's agency is still a big thing in our current time, Free will isn't a thing, not in the material sense anyway.

Merovingian Cause and effect speech is Karma explained.

The agents aren't in direct control of the architect, they are autonomous agents (like bots) The architect made them, he does not remote control them. The don't know anything about the plans of the architect.

The architect scene is like Lovecraft spewing tentacles right into your ears, something to behold and probably not comprehensible when you watch it the first time. {I had to wait for the DVD because of age, and I had to turn on the subtitles, rewind and couple of times and get a dictionary and I believe an encyclopedia.}

And it cuts short, the final scene is another plot-point in all (Neo's powers in the real world) ... Also the BANE plotline never mentioned (only shown in a quick shot of him lying in the medic-bay at the end).

Also, the twins and the vampires... pretty cool commentary on old myths, totally missed that part.

Ah, probably going to take some time to view the revolutions one. But man, reloaded is my favorite movie. Because it gives so many perspectives on determinism and how it related to the material world (aspects as love, choice, are you really good/bad or just so by design, if you don't know the design is the illusion of choice not what one drives?, What is designed?, If your whole body is designed and your whole life is, is there something not designed? )

This is a review on how to not make a movie by the books illustrated by The matrix: Reloaded as example.

[So it should be: what went right?]

[vid] Watch Fox News host Tucker Carlson call one of his guests a 'tiny brain...moron' during an interview. NowThis has obtained the full segment with historian Rutger Bregman that Fox News is refusing to air.… by Mnemonic in MediaAnalysis

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Carlson responds: https://video.foxnews.com/v/6004981762001/#sp=show-clips [basically blames the profanity laws]

Fair and balanced, unless you make the wrong remarks. The censorship Bergman speaks about in action without Carlson realizing it.

Why would you flip out like this when someone calls you a millionaire sponsored by billionaires? There is nothing wrong with this is it?

The problem lies in the 'independent' journalism these millionaire 'say' to do, while getting paid by people who they never critize openly. Like How Carlson started by Praising Bregman for pointing out tax avoidance and when Bergman points out that He (carlson) is just now doing that but never did before (and probably never will again) suddenly Bergman has to go fornicate with himself.

"Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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  1. "Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2t/why_kubrick_decided_to_make_a_clockwork_orange/

  2. "Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2u/kubricks_secret_sauce_for_storytelling_in_a/

  3. "How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2v/how_kubrick_adapted_a_clockwork_orange_into_a/

  4. "What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2x/what_makes_a_clockwork_orange_a_kubrick_movie/

  5. "Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2y/are_we_supposed_to_identify_with_alex_a_clockwork/

"Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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  1. "Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2t/why_kubrick_decided_to_make_a_clockwork_orange/

  2. "Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2u/kubricks_secret_sauce_for_storytelling_in_a/

  3. "How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2v/how_kubrick_adapted_a_clockwork_orange_into_a/

  4. "What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2x/what_makes_a_clockwork_orange_a_kubrick_movie/

  5. "Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2y/are_we_supposed_to_identify_with_alex_a_clockwork/

"How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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  1. "Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2t/why_kubrick_decided_to_make_a_clockwork_orange/

  2. "Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2u/kubricks_secret_sauce_for_storytelling_in_a/

  3. "How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2v/how_kubrick_adapted_a_clockwork_orange_into_a/

  4. "What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2x/what_makes_a_clockwork_orange_a_kubrick_movie/

  5. "Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2y/are_we_supposed_to_identify_with_alex_a_clockwork/

"What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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  1. "Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2t/why_kubrick_decided_to_make_a_clockwork_orange/

  2. "Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2u/kubricks_secret_sauce_for_storytelling_in_a/

  3. "How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2v/how_kubrick_adapted_a_clockwork_orange_into_a/

  4. "What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2x/what_makes_a_clockwork_orange_a_kubrick_movie/

  5. "Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2y/are_we_supposed_to_identify_with_alex_a_clockwork/

"Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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  1. "Why Kubrick decided to make A Clockwork Orange (1971) | MAKING FILM" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-12) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2t/why_kubrick_decided_to_make_a_clockwork_orange/

  2. "Kubrick’s Secret Sauce for Storytelling in A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-10-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2u/kubricks_secret_sauce_for_storytelling_in_a/

  3. "How Kubrick Adapted ‘A Clockwork Orange’ into a Cinematic Masterpiece | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-11-19) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2v/how_kubrick_adapted_a_clockwork_orange_into_a/

  4. "What makes A Clockwork Orange a “Kubrick Movie?” | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2018-12-17) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2x/what_makes_a_clockwork_orange_a_kubrick_movie/

  5. "Are We Supposed to Identify with Alex? - A Clockwork Orange (1971) | Screenwriting" by CinemaTyler (2019-01-22) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2y/are_we_supposed_to_identify_with_alex_a_clockwork/

"How Fritz Lang Trolled the Nazis" by CinemaTyler (2018-08-15) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Part 2:

"Did Fritz Lang Lie About Escaping Germany?" by CinemaTyler (2018-09-24) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2r/did_fritz_lang_lie_about_escaping_germany_by/

"Did Fritz Lang Lie About Escaping Germany?" by CinemaTyler (2018-09-24) by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Part 1:

"How Fritz Lang Trolled the Nazis" by CinemaTyler (2018-08-15) /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/d2q/how_fritz_lang_trolled_the_nazis_by_cinematyler/

The BBC has pledged that 1/6 of their stars must be gay, lesbian, or disabled by 2020. (link to full article in the comments) by useless_aether in MediaAnalysis

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people qualify by identity politics rather than merit, seems like a race to the bottom these days

YouTube wants ‘dislike mobs’ to stop weaponizing the dislike button by Voracious_Observer in MediaAnalysis

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This is especially relevant due to Joe Rogans nasty Jack Dorsey "interview" as well as his deletion of top comments.

Isegoria - Ben Swann's new social media platform - Isegoria [i-sē-gor-í-a] noun; from the ancient Greek meaning “Equality of all in freedom of speech” by JasonCarswell in MediaAnalysis

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Ben Swann's new social media platform : https://isegoria.com/

Isegoria [i-sē-gor-í-a] noun; from the ancient Greek meaning “Equality of all in freedom of speech”

Isegoria’s mission: is to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.

See also:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Swann

https://www.youtube.com/user/BenSwannRealityCheck

Isegoria - Ben Swann's new social media platform - Isegoria [i-sē-gor-í-a] noun; from the ancient Greek meaning “Equality of all in freedom of speech” /s/DecentralizeAllThings/comments/bi6/isegoria_ben_swanns_new_social_media_platform/

Isegoria - Ben Swann's new social media platform - Isegoria [i-sē-gor-í-a] noun; from the ancient Greek meaning “Equality of all in freedom of speech” /s/MediaAnalysis/comments/bi5/isegoria_ben_swanns_new_social_media_platform/

"Tin Foil Hat With Sam Tripoli #161: Your Reality Check With Ben Swann" (2019-01-28) on YouTube /s/TinFoilHat/comments/bhy/tin_foil_hat_with_sam_tripoli_161_your_reality/