The International Forecaster – James Corbett August 13, 2016
CorbettReport - https://www.corbettreport.com/msm-finally-admits-their-bias-now-what-are-we-going-to-do-about-it/
…So that leaves us pretty much where we started: aware that the media is biased and aware that this is leading to an escalating cycle of hatred that is conveniently directed away from the powers-that-shouldn't-be.
So what do we do about this?
There are going to be many different answers to this question, obviously, but one of them is coming from Newsbud…. -(see video)-
NEWSBUD - http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/
“…Decades of these people writing a couple term papers a year, investigating, has done nothing, has gotten the system worse.
Independent Media Heads to New York to Confront NBC Over MSM Lies
August 3, 2016 by James Corbett (The International Forecaster and CorbettReport)
...yet another provable lie circulated by anonymous military sources through their propaganda arm, the US mainstream media. This story is a pretty straightforward example of a psyop designed to be spread throughout Turkey and used to defuse the Turkish public’s violent counter reaction to the coup.
'Truther' group that questions 9/11 attacks 'adopts' stretch of Missouri highway By James Eng, NBC News
'Truther' group that questions 9/11 attacks 'adopts' stretch of Missouri highway
By James Eng, NBC News
The Missouri Department of Transportation says it had no choice but to approve an application by a 9/11 “truther” group to “adopt” a stretch of state highway for litter pickup.
The agency recently OK’d the application from the St. Louis 9/11 Questions Meetup Group under the Adopt-A-Highway program. The approval means the group will have two signs bearing their names erected next month on each end of a half-mile stretch of Olive Boulevard east of Lindbergh Road in the St. Louis area.
In return, the group agrees to pick up litter along the stretch at least four times a year for the next three years.
Some members of the St. Louis 9/11 Questions Meetup Group suggest that the U.S. government may have been involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Here's how the group describes itself on its website:
“We are residents of the Greater St. Louis Area (and other areas) concerned about the many disturbing aspects of the 9/11 attacks and interested in finding out more about those events. We have many disagreements, but we agree that 9/11 is worth inquiring into.”
Holly Dentner, a state Transportation Department spokeswoman, said the state can’t turn away a group’s Adopt-A-Highway application based on the group’s viewpoints. As long as the applicant fulfills the program’s obligations, which include collecting litter at least four times a year and submitting an activity report to the state, it can participate, she said.