No More Chinese Communist Party

May 6, 2008

Bigots of the U.S. news media

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Musings about the media by John Kusumi    

Particularly in U.S. newsrooms, why are there those who will immediately turn up their noses, and disconnect from the discourse, when they come upon the words Falun Gong?


Really, historians will have to revisit the tenure of Jennings, Brokaw, and Rather. The historians will have to pass judgments on their legacies. But I feel that when we again swear “Never again,” that it will have a new meaning this time. We should never again have three men who think they are the bottleneck for political information; who think they are the ultimate arbiters of what passes for truth. We should never again leave it up to three men to define our public discourse in this country. In short, we should never again have the tenure of Jennings, Brokaw, and Rather.

Elsewhere, I have described theirs as an era of Orwellian black propaganda. Let’s not go back to the Jennings-Brokaw-Rather (JBR) years. The journalists who came after JBR still have not been equal to the task of setting the record straight. They certainly shold move Falun Gong persecution to the fore. America’s media ought to evolve a back bone, or else I should continue with articles like this one, to vividly expose the profound depths of genuine evil at the U.S. news media.

Never again. Never again! NEVER AGAIN!!

I agree with Mr. Kasumi, but I hope my blog will not go in the direction of having to point fingers at people who take a complacent and cruel stance towards inhumane atrocities like Falun Gong, North Koreans, Burmese, Tibetan, Sudanese etc. I just wish that only the perpetrators would be the evil bad guy and that everyone else would stand up and help out.  My only excuse for the Western news media on these key issues is that they fear that their readers only want entertainment, nothing too serious to think about, or that they are EXTREMELY ignorant in that they do not care at all about what’s going on.

So in future I would like to highlight wisdom instead of pointing out the bad, so I hope I find more diamonds in the rough rather than…Rather…



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