The Function of the Media is Not to Inform

The Function of the Media is Not to Inform October 29, 2012

…but to reinforce a particular ideological narrative in the service of our Ruling Class. Marcel LeJeune writes:

A friend of mine and I have once again uncovered how the pro-aborts will lie to push “science” on us.

A recent study said that free contraception reduces abortion, but a statistician friend of mine shows how the study was manipulated from the beginning to give a desired result.

The Ruling Class likes it when the lower orders take over the job of culling their own herd. So the press, the dutiful servants of our Ruling Class, see to it that information is corrected when it threatens the Program. That’s also why the link between breast cancer and abortion has been consistently suppressed. And why so many people believe the lie about Planned Parenthood mammograms promulgated by our Dear Leader.

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  • The linked piece quotes NBC’s article on the study, beginning with:

    “A dramatic new study….”

    Four words in, and NBC has already told you what to think.

    (And by “NBC,” I mean “some guy named Brian Alexander whose title is NBC News Contributor.”

    • bear

      Or they are announcing that the study is a fiction. After all, they call the study “dramatic”, not “factual”.

  • Janet O’Connor

    This is in the fact the truth. The Mainstream Media and secular Press USED to have a job to inform people but instead they have turned into propaganda mouthpieces. Surprisingly even many Catholic News Outlets like Vatican Radio puts out things that are simply not true or accurate because they either rely also on the mainstream secular media or the UN. (they cannot be trusted). I have not taken any news info from any of the usual sources including the BBC or even Reuters because I believe they all have an agenda. I only get my info form independent, web sites which strangely enough the government is trying to either silence or shut down because they tell the truth. I can’t give their names out of fear that I myself will have somebody come after me too.

  • Lloyd Petre

    Three of the first five articles your google search links to state that there is no connection between breast cancer and abortion.

  • Lloyd, you ARE aware that Google “personalizes” your search results, right? That is to say, they move links most like the ones you are in the habit of clicking toward the top of the search results? This is one reason why I prefer to route all of my searches — even my Google and Bing searches — through DuckDuckGo.