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Bleeding Out: Downfall of American Media Part 1

By Benjamin Minick

There was a time when the evening news meant something. The paper was delivered in the morning, and its contents were deliberated over for hours. Schools assigned projects based on articles; its materials were educational and informative. The media in America was sacred.

With the advancement of technology and immediate access to information came a darkwave. Critical thinking went out the window, along with reading. It was replaced with retardation of skills and understanding.

Intellectual stimulation was replaced with glitz and glamour. Understanding has been replaced with a rating chase. It’s a race to the top, and in the last place is the average American. While you were busy worrying about three sisters and their mom, your media was being sold.

Iran, Qatar, and China were buying your brains. These three countries alone spend more money per year buying votes and destroying communities in America than the GDP of some large countries. They tell you what to eat, wear, buy, how to think, and who to support. This is the whoring out of America.

Republicans sold your oil and gas fields in Texas to China and Russia. Democrats sold your souls and any hope of freedom you ever had to Qatar and Iran. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez want to destroy this country and you, no matter what your race.  

The Muslim Brotherhood controls the information in your life.  MSNBC, Fox, CBS, ABC, and CNN are all puppets. They wouldn’t know the truth if it smashed them in the face with a baseball bat. You are fed a line of crap every time you tune in.

New York and Los Angeles Times are a disgrace; they pander to the money and the ratings. To be fair, there are a few editors worth their salt, but most of them remain silent out of fear. Washington Post, Medium, and many others specialize in half-truths and whatever draws readers in. When something is wrong, they issue an apology and change the line after the message is out, and the money is made.

An article published recently by The Daily Beast, cited by Marc Owen Jones, highlighted a rash of stories published by fake journalists. The pieces were factual, but something was amiss. None of them had named sources. It was fascinating because he was adamant that none of these people were experts. These weren’t people that he could verify. Now he looks like the expert.

It backfired, though. The majority of those stories were written by myself and a colleague. A small middle-eastern paper offered to pay us a small amount per article. They were submitted but never paid for or published. They were sold off to the highest bidder. Mr. Jones knows it all.

In the interest of being fair, here is some of my background. I am well versed in the middle east. I am a counter-terrorism process developer, a teacher, and a student. I have written well over 1200 published pieces, including 72 cited academic articles. In short, I am an expert. Marc Owen Jones is a citizen of the UK that is in Qatar as a professor.  He also has a penchant for spying on Americans and Saudi citizens. He provides this information to Qatar and Iran; they, in turn, continue their onslaught in America. This is the news you should be watching, open your eyes before it is too late.

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