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Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media

NewActiobpd, August 6, 2007

Now more than ever specially with advanced technology and quick electronic transactions across the World, true media needs to be available. Society needs to have dialogue at all levels and social classes of matters that may affect their lives. It is becoming scarier to think Media has become even more of a liar and this could cause society to self-destruct. People since the beggining of time have shaped society and worked to improve it when needed and forged their communities, however now we are having centralized banks and governments along with the Corporate interests Shaping the society and forming it Unnaturally. It will be a matter of time before a new kind of Frankestein problem developes due to Greed and then it may be too later to reverse the damages. All other people since made powerless wont be able to revert or even be able to help in the changing of a negative situation. So, yes this book is extremely relevant to what is going on today and we need to find a solution for its getting worse as each day passes. We have NAU warehouses all over the Nation and task forces h a r m onizing laws for Amexicanada as called in the streets. Is the media insane and not fear that when people discover and even the other parties involved that they were lied to and plans to make these changes even date back to the 50's and done in increments? There are so many lies that I sure hope people just quit buying newspapers or even watch television. ABC is owned by Disney? So what are we getting there Fantasia?
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