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Fake news” is a mainstream media hoax to control their narrative
They’re losing control of their narrative, and this is their last ditch attempt to fight back.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of fake news around. There are articles about everything under the sun either causing or curing cancer, and completely misleading clickbait stories that are entirely devoid of substance or content. Worst of all, there are endless fake opinion articles across the mainstream media, that are simply the same talking points repeated again and again. Public opinion can be controlled this way, as we’ll show you in this article, and this shows the danger of using a term like “fake news” to describe all these things and more.
The real issue isn’t fake news, it’s fast food news, thoughtless articles for thoughtless consumption. This “news”, that was picked up by plenty of sites on the left, chides the president-elect for “impulsively” responding to SNL making fun of him, by saying that it’s unwatchable. There’s no real story here, besides that Trump thinks SNL is unwatchable, but all the different sites go on to complain about him being impulsive about his tweeting. Articles like this have been the basis of the left’s attacks on Trump, and liberal attacks against conservatives around the world. Someone says something innocent, and as one, different media outlets pick it up, attributing the quote to some glaring character flaw in that person. In Trump’s case, they’ve been repeatedly using Twitter quotes to paint him as impulsive and dangerous, among other things.
Creating news by repeating the same talking points is a common trick used by the mainstream media. Noam Chomsky does a great job of describing it in his book “Manufacturing Consent”. The most terrifying example of the media making up news is the leadup to the Iraq war in 2003. As the government alleged that Iraq trained terrorists and had WMDs, the media did not investigate, they repeated. Everyone was pro war, and it was taboo to question the narrative. As a result, hundreds of thousands died, and ISIS rose to power in the region.
This documentary shows how this happened, and it might give you a glimpse of how dangerous this trend of calling things that go against the narrative “fake news” is. With the rise of the internet and news happening on social media, cable news networks suddenly faced opposition from alternative outlets like Breitbart, Infowars, and smaller blogs like this one. To control this opposition, these outlets and their stories need to be trivialized. The term “fake news” is perfect for that. You don’t have to bring up arguments or use logic to convince people, you can just cry “fake news!”.
This is already being used in the Pizzagate investigation, that seems to be on the heels of something very sinister in Washington DC, a group of people using known pedophile code language in the highest circles of government. Instead of investigating the claims, Pizzagate is branded fake news, and dismissed out of hand. This tactic can be used against anything going against the wishes of those in control of the mainstream media, and that gives them the power to completely control the narrative. As the Iraq war fiasco taught us, the mainstream media can’t be trusted with this control.
Don’t trust anyone crying out fake news without looking at their claims and the alleged fake news itself. Don’t be controlled by sites like this one, using armies of twitter bots to spread their empty articles. Fake news is anything that isn’t backed up by evidence or reason, and that’s something you can only judge for yourself.