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Sandy Hook: Free Speech Battleground

from Insane Media:

In this article titled, Sandy Hook:Free Speech Battleground, I will compile and document for posterity the increased subversiveness from defenders of the official accounts of the Sandy Hook Event and their attempts to curtail fundamental freedoms.

“Restriction of free thought and free speech is the most dangerous of all subversions. It is the one un-American act that could most easily defeat us.”
― U.S. Supreme Court Justice, William O. Douglas

“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”
― George Washington

Apart from the odd letter to the editor, prior to coming to Insanemedia, I had never really taken a public stand on any contentious issues. My years in broadcasting had essentially been as vacuous and mainstream as it gets. I read the psa’s (public service announcements), I commented on entertainment “news”, made public appearances, and voiced commercials. I even voiced the local tags for Monsanto’s “Round-up ready canola”. What the hell did I know?

Granted it wasn’t all bad. I was afforded many opportunities I would have never otherwise had were it not for broadcasting. I met many famous musicians, helped raise tens of thousands of dollars for various charities and got to fly in a bi-wing stunt plane.

Without a doubt the ride of my life. Thanks, Bill.

Pitts Carter

Sandy Hook:Free Speech Battleground

I often think about my time in broadcasting and realize that there is no way I could ever go back knowing what I know now. There is simply no place for alternate view points in MSM (mainstream media) anymore. Especially if those view points, in any way, threaten the bottom line.

The weeding out process begins at the earliest stages of a young broadcaster’s career. An eager and aware new hire brings a sticky topic to the attention of a senior member of the broadcasting team or perhaps even management. The new hire is told something like, “That’s very interesting. Leave it with me for a while and we’ll see.” It’s then promptly forgotten about.

After experiencing this a few times the new hire begins to realize…no one wants to hear it. It’s at this point our fresh broadcaster has a decision to make. Does s/he continue to press these issues at the potential expense of their job/career or do they compromise their integrity and set aside these issues for a shot at financial security?

You don’t have to be a genius to see how many have chosen the latter. You also don’t have to be a genius to be a member of the MSM. You need only be willing to abandon your integrity and sell out at every turn.

The battle for MSM has been lost. What was once a thriving and vibrant industry filled with thousands of mediums owned by dozens of companies has now become a homogenized wasteland ultimately consolidated into the hands of 6 companies.

Media-ownership

We can no longer trust MSM to be impartial. We can no longer rely on them to look out for our best interests. They have their own agenda and it has nothing to do with helping us make informed decisions.

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