MSM ‘Fake News Frenzy’ – Send Us Your Examples!
“The leading media are characterised by indefensibly corrupt manipulations of language repeated incessantly”. : Patrick Lawrence in The Nation, August 9, 2017
Many of us are aware of how the mainstream media distort the facts, and so it comes as no surprise to us at The English Channel and Kipper Central that certain media outlets, including the BBC have reported a rather different version of events regarding the recent terror attack in New York.
Whilst the BBC reported the event as “New York attack: Eight killed by man driving truck”, other news outlets such as Sky News and Russia Today outright reported the events as terrorist-related. This attempt by the BBC to shy away from the truth is despicable and wrong and demonstrates to us, yet again, that the biased mainstream media would rather lie and deceive its viewers than speaking the truth.
The fact remains that there was indeed a terror attack in New York, and a suspect identified as 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, crashed a truck into a crowd, shouting ‘Allahu Akbar,’ and if the BBC and other sources will not report these facts, it is the job of Kipper Central and other truth-friendly media outlets to report real news to the British public and beyond.
However, we need the help of you, the reader, to expose the ‘Fake News Frenzy’ that the MSM regularly indulges in. So, today we are starting an appeal for you the reader to send in your examples of the ‘Fake News Frenzy’. It doesn’t have to just be from national media – local media submissions are very welcome.
You can email your examples to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com
So, what are you waiting for? Get emailing and you could very well find your examples published here on these very pages.
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