Free Money Freeway. News media grow some balls!!!

by on March 20, 2009

I do not understand why the news had to criticize the people for taking the money dropped from the speeding sports vehicle. That news would have been news worthy only if the news crew would have told the story from highway chase, and drugs point of view. Instead they covered mostly the people that took the money. The video and the news commentator let free some innuendos about the bad will of the people that are taking the money.

Firstly they want to point to the lack of honor and nobility of the people that took the money of the highway, or to their lack of morality, and to their greed. I think the news crew and most of the news crews are subservient, because they only disclose easy news about defenseless people, and they don’t pick real challenging matters to disclose. And of course it becomes very hard for a person to fight them back because that person has to dedicate extra time to fight back. Whereas for the news crew it’s their job and they get paid regardless if they get it right or not. They cowardishly cover only convenient news and easy news. I thought that the press was supposed to be one of the checks and balances, but it appears that in the last hundred years had become more convenient to news media to just stay out of trouble. In addition is it very convenient to filter out all challenging news and cover only the non problematic news. By non problematic news I mean the news that would not create any problem to the actual news outlet or news crew.

After they covered the people that took the money, the news crew turned the attention to one lady that actually stopped in the middle of the highway to collect money risking her life. First of all, there are plenty of people out there that risk their life going to work daily because their jobs involve risks. Why they do it, to get a paycheck at the end of the week. The same with this lady she took an extra risk for some extra cash. Therefore news crews stop showing me nonsense news that has nothing of great importance. The people that took the money deserved it. They pay after all for all the institutions that work from their taxes, and these institution fuck up constantly therefore consider this a pay cut. Moreover if drugs are that bad then the money should be considered as a form payback due to drug inflicted injuries. Isn’t that fair enough?

If these news outlets would like to disclose real news, they should pick some great subjects where they have no allies from nowhere and they would still prevail. Something bigger than Watergate, because it was easy to cover, since the other major political party was the victim, that is a strong ally. And of course it would be very convenient to have news worthy subjects of massive impact that can be reported on without any challenge or opposition from nowhere.

So news outlets grow some balls and cover some real news and investigate why the towers did went down. Yea the 9/11 towers. Because from all the informing material out there, it seems that there was some sabotaging done to the towers. At the beginning of the ordeal anchors called as they saw it, demolition by implosion. After a few people got discredited and lost their jobs for the demolition by implosion, everybody else got quiet, including the news outlets. So again if you want to point out of the peoples honor and good morals, first look in your back yard, you cowards!

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.” — David Rockefeller

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