The news on Russia became consistently negative after 2000. Positive developments inside Russia, or news regarding Russia’s positive international involvements, were ignored while the negative news received immediate attention.
Government lies. Period.
American Mensa Annual Gathering, Louisville, KY July 3, 2015
Donald E. Stahl
The government’s official position is that no explosions occurred. The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s latest statement on the matter is dated September 9, 2011. It reads:
“In summary, NIST found no corroborating evidence for alternative hypothesis suggesting that the WTC towers were brought down by controlled demolition using explosives.”
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The question of demolition or no demolition decides the question of government truth or Truther truth, of “conspiracy theory” as regards 9/11; in other words, it determines whether 9/11 was the reason for war or war was the reason for 9/11.
Sepp Hasslberger: Wikipedia & Media Corruption Censoring News of Class Action Lawsuit Against Monsanto
Lawsuit (class action) filed in California against Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup! Spread the word, the media is refusing to report…
Efforts to publicize this lawsuit against Monsanto for false advertising with Roundup, filed in Los Angeles County Court on April 20, 2015, have been rejected by the LA Times, Huffington Post, CNN, and Reuters, one of the world’s largest news agencies. The plaintiff’s attorney, T. Matthew Phillips, has been posting the suit in Wikipedia’s Monsanto litigation section, but it keeps getting removed.
Chuck Spinney: Trevor Timm on Media, Hersh, & Bin Laden PLUS Phi Beta Iota: Did Patsy — and SEALS — Die to Re-Elect Obama?
Madison’s Farce In Action: The media’s disgraceful reaction to Seymour Hersh’s bin Laden Report
In an ideal world, Hersh’s report would trigger more investigative journalism. Yet despite its obvious importance, as Trevor Timm explains below in the Columbia Journalism Review, the mainstream media’s reaction to the Hersh report has not been to dig deeper, but to shoot the messenger.