Daily Archives: April 17, 2014

ep98-Jungle Surfer

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Record time: Thursday, April 17, 2014 9:11pm EDT

Guest: Mr Jungle will join us to talk about his channel www.youtube.com/user/TheJUNGLE…


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Everything but truth

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I like music, and it tends to be from musicians that are never promoted. I know we have musical fakeologists, so this is for your enjoyment.

Here’s a song relevant to this site by Big Faith


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We lie, you decide

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This is an old story. I can’t tell if it is a real one or not on the surface. If nothing else, it adds to the confusion, which is the purpose of disinformation.

Fark.com had to bring this one to our attention. On Friday, they linked to the blog page of CeaseSPIN.org, a website “dedicated to uniting voices in support of a return to more objective, truthful, fair, balanced, relevant and representative news reporting.”

The CeaseSPIN headline gets right to the point: “Fox News gets okay to misinform public, court ruling.”

Here’s the rundown: On August 18, 2000, journalist Jane Akre won $425,000 in a court ruling where she charged she was pressured by Fox News management and lawyers to air what she knew and documented to be false information.

The real information: she found out cows in Florida were being injected with RBGH, a drug designed to make cows produce milk – and, according to FDA-redacted studies, unintentionally designed to make human beings produce cancer.

Fox lawyers, under pressure by the Monsanto Corporation (who produced RBGH), rewrote her report over 80 times to make it compatible with the company’s requests. She and her husband, journalist Steve Wilson, refused to air the edited segment.

In February 2003, Fox appealed the decision and an appellate court and had it overturned. Fox lawyers argued it was their first amendment right to report false information. In a six-page written decision, the Court of Appeals decided the FCC’s position against news distortion is only a “policy,” not a “law, rule, or regulation.”

So, Fox and the other gladiatorical cable news channels were given the okay to legally lie right around the time of the Iraq War’s birth – when media lies coincidentally hit a peak in both frequency and severity.


H/t Anon in contact.fakeologist.com

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