British Democracy is Dysfunctional
Owen Jones | Apr 22
The main thing I've learned from working in the shoddy island media is that
much of it is a cult. Afflicted by a suffocating groupthink, intolerant of
critics, hounds internal dissenters, full of people who made it because of
connections and/or personal background rather than merit. .. There are many
factors conspiring to make a bad situation worse. The decline of local
newspapers .. the media is so concentrated in London .. Then there's
nepotism, connections, and getting ahead because of who you know. ..
Read more <http://tinyurl.com/ybpz7la7>
The small islanders face essentially the same issue as those morons on the
other side of the pond whose arse hole you have to lick within the new
The media content consuming by the US public is produced by about a six
mega-corporations according to the party line, and your island situation is
essentially similar <http://u.to/v772EQ>.
The above writer casually mentioned "decline of local newspapers" but did
not emphasize the actually primary issue, which is "concentration of media
ownership" <http://u.to/tzv1EQ>, <http://clck.ru/DE7jd>
Other issues are mostly derivative of that.
Many notice 'groupthink', for example. While there's an element of natural
spontaneity in this phenomenon, the modern 'western' groupthink is rather
a designed thing, - a result of purposeful breeding editorial work.
The corporate mainstream mass media is, in fact, a yet one branch of power
within the separation of powers concept. In the present day situation, you
silly people have allowed it to be consolidated in the hands of a very
small number of owners. This branch is disproportionately powerful against
others, and since it's non-elected, it makes your 'democracy' a joke.
The small cabal of the owners of the large media corporations can impose
their manipulation on the millions of people, - and the members of this
small power group are not only non-elected, but also non-accountable and
non-liable, - they can promote any falsehoods with impunity, as I already
explained it in another message <http://u.to/vM32EQ>.
The non-liability for lies would be tolerable in the case of real free
press, where the 'free speech' principle allows to rich truth through sane
competition of non-liable free speakers. But due to the concentration of
media ownership you no longer have a competition of free speakers. Lone
voices of dissent are feeble and helpless against the mighty MSM machine.
The mass-media consolidation allows - in a coordinated effort - to promote
various misrepresentations with impaired sense of proportion, as well as
pure hoaxes made entirely from nothing, that brings the cattle-like mass
public into an artificial /induced neurosis according to the will of those
who are behind the media manipulation.
It became visible to me four years ago due to the 'small island statement'
hoax <http://tinyurl.com/ztm8eqm> <http://archive.is/UUsDn>. It was very
notable that no one of the island cattle whom I tried to explain the clear
fact that they are being manipulated, was able to admit this obvious fact.
It illustrates a high level of zombification, and the recent Skripals hoax
left no doubt about what kind of scum in the government and what kind of
zombified regular public we have to face with regard to the shoddy island.
While the corporations that make up the MSM may be private and independent
from a formal point of view, they are actually a part of state. Not state-
sposored or state-run, but rather state-constituent. They are an important
part of your persistent non-elected government (the very fact of which had
[suddenly] been discovered recently under Deep State label).
The MSM have proved their power in the recent Trump case. Trump was elected
in spite of the media campaign against him. However, for a short time, they
managed to convert him into a well-trained circus animal, and now the agenda
of the Trump administration is very much different from what he campaigned
about and what the US voters reputedly voted for him for.
The pathetic Trump case is an important instructive example. Some island
aboriginals believe that something may be changed if a "non-establishment"
figure like Corbyn of Farage was elected. The Trump example shows that such
beliefs are naive and unrealistic, because the real governing power in your
environment is actually not what you might have elected.
You are not (or no longer) a democracy but rather a sick cattle-like herd
manageable through jingoism, tribalism and implantation of cultist fetishes
in your weak mind. Right-wingers look especially hapless in this sense,
since they love to manifest their disgain towards 'leftist media', but when
it comes to real issues they show that they are well-indoctrinated by the
very same media. In turn, the MSM work not in a primitive but rather in
sophisticated way, and their indoctrination is multilayered, you can rather
easily reject a surface layer but what they really indoctrinate you about
lies deeper than what you may be able to notice.
The main thing you need to realize with regard to Russia and some other
nations that are unfriendly to the scum governing over you the cattle, is
that while such nations may have some issues, your political system is not
a 'model' they might want to follow. One of the reasons why it's repulsive
is what I have written above. You should not believe your minders that are
so desperate to indoctrinate you that many others are dreaming of 'western
democracy'. Those who seek to migrate into your environment do it mainly
due to economic reasons, not because they like your system or your culture
of hypocrisy. That is, inter alia, the reason why you will never be able
'to integrate' those Muslims, and not only. In turn, with the MSM-driven
cultism like the present one, you are doomed to declain, - and the present
economic vantage is a temporary and waning effect (which is pretty obvious
in the global economic trends).