Friday, October 30, 2015

The Media Is the Enemy

In our atomized culture, the media greatly affects how you see the world.

People who think Trump is a racist who will lose the Hispanic vote have high contact with Cathedral Media.

People who get most of their political information online or from more conservative sources, think Romney lost because white conservatives stayed home.

Some #cuckservatives and conservakin are people who still watch "mainstream" media. Their "peer group" is the Cathedral.

The CNBC debate is a teachable moment for the alt-right to get the message out.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus is a moron for outsourcing the Republican debates to the Cathedral.

The gap between the media and DNC is similar to the gap between the State Department and Justice Department.

The media did not fail to do its job on Wednesday night; they did their job.

The media failed because it got caught doing its job.

One way to push the Overton Window to the right is to silence as much Cathedral Media as possible.

The best way to "silence" the Cathedral is to turn it off.

Many people are not smart enough, or won't take the time, to see the media pushing the Narrative.

The best way to get people to turn people off the media is to lower the social status of Cathedral Media and its consumers.

Also: Cutting Loose
That old time civic religion was not without its virtues. For all its artificiality, it led us safely through the perilous last years of the 20th century huddled safely ’round the glowing screen. You can still visit it in its pristine state when you visit some of the elderly, among people who have no use for the Internet except to pay their bills online, and who rely on broadcast and cable TV for everything else.

There it survives in full force, like a living museum where the past still lives. If you sit in the parlor, the TV programming comes insistently through the walls like it did in 1990: 24 hours of breaking news on global warming, expanding government, and feel-good stories about the miraculous powers of acceptance.

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