Media Magic or Media Evil

You so often see this ignorance in the Media where they attempt to influence your thinking much like the famous scene from the Star Wars Movies where the weak minded were basically controlled by words and the Force of Course.

 

So why do they do this, is it because they truly think that people really believe everything they see and hear on TV or Cable?  Does Hollywood really believe that we do not see through the thinly veiled politically motivated junk and trash they put out on a regular basis?

Here is an example from Fox News, (source)

The number of individuals applying for first-time jobless benefits rose to 333,000 last week from an upwardly-revised 328,000 the week prior. Economists expected claims to rise to 336,000 from an initially reported 326,000. The four-week moving average, which helps smooth volatility in the weekly readings, fell to its lowest level since November 2007.

Now just before this news update, Fox News posted this news story.

The Labor Department reports nonfarm payrolls rose by 171,000 in October from September, surpassing the 125,000 expected. The unemployment rate ticked up slightly to 7.9% from 7.8%, as expected.

So, lets look at this clearly, it appears that the math used by some of these sources is just wrong…

Or said another way, deceptive, ignorant, misleading, and yes, Lies…

Why is that?

Every other week, you see lies, presented as the truth, then later they tell some portion of the truth but they do not say anything about the other lies that lead up to a partial disclosure of the truth.

Why do they do this and its not just Fox either, some do not even print or publish the revised but fuzzy math that they publish in the first place.

Do not journalists have a responsibility not to publish ignorant lies?


Papa Johns to Layoff employees

In what appears to be yet another large company there are more layoffs that will certainly add to the unemployment rate with thousands and thousands of new unemployed Americans it is beginning to look like perhaps Mitt Romney was indeed right about the state of the economy.

So, if the President is really going to Get America back to work as he promised to do, then when are we going to see some real movement on the employment numbers, in a period of time where usually there are more jobs available it is very disturbing to see what looks like an increase to somewhere near the 9.2 mark, however it could well be a lot more were everyone to actually be included in the count.

Imagine theres no superbowl, no pizza or beer, imagine all the people
left out in the cold, Obama care took away the pizza, from all the delivery boys, there is no more pizza, left out in the cold, Oh oh, ohhhhh oh.

In life love and happiness there must be pizza, otherwise were just dust on the wind.


The sky is falling, really?

Hey look out the sky is falling the sky is falling, oh my Lions Tigers and Bears, look out the sky is falling, oh really

This is not funny but you just have to laugh…

received in an Email…

‘The Unthinkable Is Finally
Becoming a Reality’

– The Wall Street Journal

Dear Concerned American,

According to The Wall Street Journal, we may very well be on the edge of a complete collapse of the U.S. debt market.

Of course, this has been an issue we’ve been warning Americans about for quite some time now.

In fact, that same Wall Street Journal article published just days ago had this shocking headline: “Companies Bracing for U.S. Default.”

Here’s what the opening paragraph stated:

“The unthinkable is finally becoming reality for U.S. companies, who are beginning to take real steps to prepare for the possibility of a U.S. debt default.”

Words like “unthinkable” and “default” are code words for economic calamity and massive layoffs.

And, that unfortunately fits into another startling future scenario that famed economist Robert Wiedemer has been warning about . . . a 50% unemployment rate starting as soon as 2012.

But that’s not all.

He also foresees a situation where the stock market could plummet 90%.

And that we could see three years in a row of 100% ANNUAL inflation.

Robert Wiedemer’s predictions may seem extreme at first glance, but then I saw the charts that provided evidence for such claims. See for Yourself, Click Here

Disbelief is the same reaction people had in 2006 when Wiedemer predicted the housing, stock, credit, and private debt markets would soon collapse . . .

After the recession struck . . . people stopped doubting his analysis.

This just in is the Sky Falling?

Then, when he foresaw the federal debt and dying-dollar crises in 2009 . . .

countless Americans took the necessary steps to prepare their wealth to weather the storm.

Recently, Newsmax gathered over one million Americans to join Robert Wiedemer online for a historic event called the Aftershock Survival Summit.

It was a powerful moment when citizens were given the real story on how dangerous the future could be.

But more importantly, Robert Wiedemer gave those who were fortunate enough to view this broadcast a step-by-step guide for protecting their investments, savings, insurance, homes, and jobs.

Russ from Wichita, Kan., said it “scared the hell out of me. It was a great wake-up call.”
Susan from Montgomery, Ala., said it was “awesome, eye-opening, and mind-boggling.”
Don E. from Edgewater, Fla., said, “It caused me not only to think . . . but to act.”
If you haven’t had the opportunity yet to view the Aftershock Survival Summit, you can click here to launch a 100% FREE private airing right now.

Stay Safe,

Aaron DeHoog
Financial Publisher
Newsmax Media


debt crisis?

Are we only a short few months from financial ruin?

Will we see another Great Depression?

What was so great about the last depression?

The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1941, a total of 12 years.

Almost 50 percent of all the children in the US did not have enough food or even a place to live medical was almost non existent.

The stock market lost more than 29 Billion dollars in the first week of the depression.

More than three quarters of a million farmers went bankruptcy, many never again were farmers.

They lost their land their homes and everything they ever worked for.

The unemployment rate was more than 24 percent.

Almost every nation abandoned the gold standard in favor of printing more money which caused even more problems for the people that were left to starve in the streets.

source facts.randomhistory.com
After the initial crash, there was a wave of suicides in the New York’s financial district. It is said that the clerks of one hotel even started asking new guests if they needed a room for sleeping or jumping.

source facts.randomhistory.com
The “Three Little Pigs“—released May 27, 1933, and produced by Walt Disney—was seen as symbolic of the Great Depression, with the wolf representing the Depression and the three little pigs representing average citizens who eventually succeeded by working together.


The end of prosperity

Is this the end of American Prosperity?

Will Barack hussein Obama be the last American President?

Is this the hope and the change that you wanted?

The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1941, a total of 12 years.

Almost 50 percent of all the children in the US did not have enough food or even a place to live medical was almost non existent.

The stock market lost more than 29 Billion dollars in the first week of the depression.

More than three quarters of a million farmers went bankruptcy, many never again were farmers.

They lost their land their homes and everything they ever worked for.

The unemployment rate was more than 24 percent.

Almost every nation abandoned the gold standard in favor of printing more money which caused even more problems for the people that were left to starve in the streets.

source facts.randomhistory.com
After the initial crash, there was a wave of suicides in the New York’s financial district. It is said that the clerks of one hotel even started asking new guests if they needed a room for sleeping or jumping.

source facts.randomhistory.com
The “Three Little Pigs“—released May 27, 1933, and produced by Walt Disney—was seen as symbolic of the Great Depression, with the wolf representing the Depression and the three little pigs representing average citizens who eventually succeeded by working together.