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The Mainstream Is Media Create Their Own News

When someone wants to find out about what is taking place around them, there is the chance that they will look towards the mainstream media. This is because this source will be seen as being trustworthy and reliable.

And when one wants to find out about what is going on, they could end up turning their TV on. This can then mean that they will sit back and believe everything that this source tells them about what is going on in the world.

A Number of Ways

Alternatively, they might prefer to go online and to see what is taking place on a certain website. Or, if this is not the case, they may have a number of different sites that they tend to visit.

And, if one has some kind of device, they are going to be able to do this no matter where they are. Therefore, it is going to be a lot easier one to take this approach than it will be for them to watch TV.

No Excuses

It could then be said that if one doesn’t know what is taking place, it will come down to the fact that they don’t want to know. What they need to know is always going to be a few finger taps away.

Naturally, there are going to be moments when one is too busy to see what is going on a around them, but this is going to be different to having absolutely no interest in what is taking place. So compared with their ancestors, one is going to be in a far better position when it comes to what is taking place in the world.

Staying Up To Date

And while one can have the desire to find out about what is going on in the world, they can also have the need to be informed about something in particular. For example, if an election is about to take place or if a country is being attacked, one might not want to miss out on anything.

What is taking place in the world could end up consuming them, and it will then be a challenge for them to think about anything else. Or, one could put it to one side when they are at work, for instance, and end up thinking about it when they finish.

The Truth

But if the mainstream media didn’t exist, it would be a lot harder for them to find out about what is actually taking place around them. It would then be down to them to find out for themselves.

Naturally, this would take a lot of time and energy, and it would be down to them to work out if something is true or not. Based on this, one should be grateful that the mainstream media exists.

In The Middle

One way of looking at it would be to say that the mainstream media simply passes on what is taking place in the world. This is then similar to how if one needs something delivered to their house from a supermarket, a van will bring it over.

The van won’t do anything to the food; it will simply allow them to have what they need without having to leave their house. This van, like the mainstream media, is there to make their life easier.

Let Down

However, if something was to happen to the food during this journey, it would be normal for one to get angry. What would also cause problems is if they ended up with food that they didn’t even order.

If something like this was to happen when it comes to the mainstream media, it would be the same as this source passing on information that doesn’t reflect what actually took place. Or, it would be the same as them creating their own news.

Back To Reality

Yet, if one believes that the mainstream media only exists to inform people, they might believe that this would never happen. They could believe that there is no reason for them to deliberately misconstrue what takes place, or to talk about things that haven’t even happened.

At the same time, they might realise that this source of information doesn’t always talk about what is actually taking place. But as for this source of information creating their own news, this might be too hard to believe.

A Completely Different Purpose

So if the mainstream media doesn’t exist to inform people, why does it exist? It could be said that this source of information has their own agenda, and the people behind the scenes are the ones who define what this agenda is.

At times, this will mean that they will put their own spin on what has taken place and, at other times, it will result in them talking about something that has even taken place. If one had a friend who treated them in this way, it would be clear that they don’t have their best interests at heart.

The Ultimate Betrayal

The very source that is supposed to exist to keep the masses informed is secretly taking them for one hell of a ride. Fortunately, there are plenty of people who are only too aware of how duplicitous this source is.

What has made a big difference here is the fact that people can now look towards the alternative media. This is not to say that this source of information can always be trusted, but it makes it easier to see when the mainstream media is lying.


When it comes to who controls the mainstream media, there are a number of different people and organisations that could be mentioned. Nevertheless, what is clear is that the people behind this source of information are not interested in a peaceful world.

So, if one does pay attention to this source of information, it will be vital for them to question what they are told. If they don’t do this, they will be making it easier for the people behind the scenes to implement their grand plan.

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In Easter and the Best Fake News Story Ever

People put up fake news to sway others with their opinions and hopefully to destroy the ‘norm’. During the USA elections it was rife. Social Media sites like Facebook along with videos, and the media in general all promoted it. Some of the things I read and watched were shocking and more so if they were true. The shock scenario is what brings about a reaction and then once swayed people tend to love the alternative.

The Truth is the victim and even when they hear it those who are brain-washed into the other are virtually impossible to redeem. We have all heard the adage that ‘truth is stranger than fiction’ so why don’t we examine the latter more closely.

Good blood-thirsty stories are generally what turns the public on. Violence, wars, and over-throw by dictators and murderers loom large on television and gain the greater audiences. By contrast true stories are often considered boring or too old-hat and boring to watch.

As Easter approaches the best fictional story around is that of the death of one Jesus Christ and the rise up of a small persecuted group called Christians. The story is as fake as anything on the media at this time and yet it will grip everyone who is interested with passion.

The real God is the Great Spirit of the Universe and it has never produced a son, let alone one whom men have killed. The idea behind the story is to state how great men are who can not only kill ‘god’ but then have it resurrect and state that what they do is God’s will.

Following my reincarnation and with a commission to destroy the lies and tear down the wall of confusion that hides the truth the Spirit led me back in time to discover the roots of Easter. It is a term derived from ‘eye-star’, which happened at the equinox.

In a vision the Spirit showed me the rising sun’s rays passing through a hole made in a stone held aloft on a prop. Watching were a mass of people who had ‘marched’ to the hill-top where they witnessed the event.

The rays dispersed into the wonderful rainbow-coloured rings of motion and central to the sight appeared the right-angled cross. This image is visible everywhere when light is refracted due to a shiny substance, such as glass, or the rays penetrate an object or pass behind a mountain peak.

The ‘star’ created is awesome and the people in the vision fell to their knees to worship it. It was named ‘ma-r-I’ or ‘mary’ which means ‘mother’s powerful eye’. A crowd of people on the move is called a ‘ma-r-x’ or ‘march’ which means ‘mother’s powerful cross’ and the time was called the month of March. (The letter [x] and [ch] are interchangeable linguistically).

Mary stylised into a woman was first evidenced by images from the city of Babylon and it prompted this passage in Revelation 17:5.


The religion practiced here was and is Islam. The occupiers of the city were the Amor who later built Roma (reverse Amor). One of their number was Constantine who established the Catholic Church based on the same principles. He put Mary into it as the Mother of God and invented Jesus Christ. He built the first Christian churches and the Vatican, which stands over the temple of Jupiter (Peter in English). He is identified as 666 in Revelation 13:12-18

Following this event Jerome was appointed by the Vatican to produce the New Testament and he did that based on the Islamic religion. He took the festivals, calendar, instruments, costumes, order of service, and the law, from that source to format the Church and the Book of Matthew refers to those laws.

Easter is, therefore, the greatest story of fiction around. There is no heaven or hell and the idea tha men could ‘kill God’ is absurd. Space craft and photos beyond earth prove that the universe is huge and the Great Spirit not only fills all of space but is within us leading and guiding us through life.

The truth is that only some can respond in a positive way to the Spirit while others are simply led by what the beasts of Revelation put out there. We are fast approaching the end of the day of the lord, who has served God’s purpose to bring it about. Every festival and worship of fake gods brings more disasters and brutality connected to the time.

Info An Increasing Problem in Schools

Attendance is one of the ways children show they can meet their obligations. In many cases, a child’s attendance depends on his/her parents’ ability to help him/her be on time. Parents can teach their children organizational techniques that will help them get out of the house faster, such as packing their bags and laying out their clothes the night before school.

But parents who drive their children must also remember to be punctual and responsible. After all, you are the primary role model for your kids. Definitely, you have to show your kids that you are actually doing what are you saying. Meaning, you practice what you preach.

The increase in school tardiness is most disturbing. Schools considered this a significant problem that affects school performance. Students depend on the structure of the day. They know where they have to be and when to be in school. When students are repeatedly tardy, these routines are disrupted.

Part of the child’s education is learning to be responsible. The school teaches children how to meet expectations. Learning responsibility in school is a precursor to functioning in the working world. But it is not the sole duty of the school. Discipline starts at home. Even if it is a real challenge, but the bottom line is how parents respond to the negative behavior of their children especially in terms of tardiness. They might get used to it.

Arriving late to school can also mean that students miss out on activities designed to build connections with their peers, potentially impacting their social interactions and creating a greater sense of alienation from their classmates. Punishment or positive reinforcement? So, how can teachers tackle the issue?

Instructional time lost due to tardiness is likely to significantly affect the capacity of the student to meet rigorous academic standards. If teachers respond to the educational needs of late students by reallocating regular class time, then other students are adversely affected and classroom instruction is slowed by this disruption.

With tardy students entering the school day at abnormal times and potentially missing a large number of cumulative instructional hours, teachers must divert their attention away from regular teaching time and towards remediation.

Tardiness in schools, if left unchecked, can create serious systemic problems. Indiscipline will also increase. Administrators must lead by example. This would encourage more students to be punctual. Recognizing and rewarding students for punctuality would also be useful.

The tardy policy must be communicated to everyone and enforced methodically. All classes should have time to complete their syllabi.

When parents focus on punctuality, students learn that not coming to a meeting or event on time is disrespectful of other people’s time and that they miss out on important information. It’s a priority of which many high school students are acutely aware.

Information Merits and Demerits of Provision of Free Public Transport

To begin with, provision of free public transport decongests the city center. Many people who own cars leave them at home to avoid traffic jam and payment of parking fees. In the long run, reducing congestion within the city center ensures that there is also growth of businesses in the suburbs and away from the city center. This leads to collection of more revenue in form of taxes paid to the government and attempts to lead to uniform distribution of available resources. This also reduces cost of maintaining roads within the city center.

Secondly, zero-fare transport ensures people-entrepreneurs in this case- to move easily from one area to another hence spreading business ideas leading to rapid rise in the living standards of people. The government therefore saves money and invests it in other projects that are of great economic value or importance.

The free transport also ensures that there is faster and cheaper movement of people and goods. This favors the companies within the city as people widely move from one part of the city to the other. Employers are also able to access a large labor pool at lower or no transport costs. The growing of industries implies the growing of the economy.

However, provision of zero-fare transport may also perhaps be a bad idea. The zero-fare transport may turn out to be strenuous to the government. All the money needed to improve and maintain the public transport sector comes from the government unlike where people pay fares, even at a subsidized rate, because the money to cater for public transport comes from the users themselves hence helping the government to cater for the transport.

The free service leads to overcrowding of people at the stations. This leads to slow transport. Moreover, this would lead to idleness amongst people hence leading to slow-paced economic development. The economy thus drops.

Some people also don’t find the public transport convenient for them probably or are not being served by public transport. It would be lack of fairness to such people since they are also taxpayers in the country which would mean that they pay for what they don’t use since the zero-fare transport is catered for by the public purse.

Provision of free public transport would also negatively impact the car industry. More usage of public transport implies less usage of cars. Taxi providers and car manufacturers would suffer losses or even go out of business.

Apparently, provision of free public transport has merits and demerits to the people and their governments.