Benjamin Baruch — The End of Objective Journalism and the Rise of the Corporate-Media State, Part 3

Posted: June 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

by Benjamin Baruch

June 16, 2015

NewsWithViews.com

A NEW WORLD OF FEAR AND CONTROL

In the beginning of this century, the nation states in the west, for the first time in history, declared war on an idea which has been called “terrorism”. Beginning in late 2001, the US and their allies in the NATO states began a series of military campaigns to defeat the terrorists and to thereby destroy their ideology of “terrorism”.

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Of course a war against an idea can never actually be won and therefore cannot actually ever end; consistent with this thesis is the fact that at the time of this writing, the never ending “wars on terror” are in entering their fourteenth year.

What has ended however, an unfortunate but necessary sacrifice in the war against such a great enemy as “terrorism” is the freedoms within the United States once guaranteed American citizens by the US Constitution. Today, Americans can be detained indefinitely without charges and any due process of law simply by virtue of being identified as a suspected member or supporter of the “terrorists”.

Once apprehended, they can be imprisoned indefinitely, moved outside the country to be tortured, or simply killed. Or just eliminated by order of the President in one of the infamous drone strikes for which the US………MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

via Benjamin Baruch — The End of Objective Journalism and the Rise of the Corporate-Media State, Part 3.

via Benjamin Baruch — The End of Objective Journalism and the Rise of the Corporate-Media State, Part 3.

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