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Photo Manipulation in the So-Called News

The speaker shows Associated Press photos reportedly taken of an unfolding event but proves the person was not an anonymous pedestrian but an actor. Also he shows how the Trayvon/Zimmerman affair was selectively reported to shape public opinion.



Another interesting point he makes is how we should select our acquaintances and friends not according to race but to ethical standards.



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Added: May-25-2012 Occurred On: May-25-2012
By: khamomil
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Politics, Conspiracy, Propaganda
Tags: photo retouching, news, propaganda, khamomil,
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  • I think the AP was purchased a long time ago by the Elite. It's a vital choke point to control what news is disseminated.

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  • He's bang on the money.

    The only thing I disagree with is when he says its the American Media... its the same here in the UK... if not worse!

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  • Voted!

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  • Like!


    http://www.jbs.org/

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  • yay, another long video that i can't skip through...i hit the back button at 7 minutes and now i have to listen to the same shit over because the video player sucks...super!

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  • Most journalists have personal Agenda's now. The age of un-biased reporting and ethical standards is just about gone.

    Most News outlets care more about selling soap than the news. News is just a product they make, in order to get more ratings, in order to sell more soap.

    I trust very few from a news standpoint anymore.

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    • @wharris
      See the story about 'Uncle Walter'? That age you wrote about was gone a long time ago, if it ever existed...

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    • @Ally_Gator
      You bring up a good point. That time may not have ever truly existed. But once upon a time, they used to teach Journalistic Ethics in journalism.
      Objectivity was a huge part of that.
      Now, most journalism students in college state that the reason they get into journalism in the first place is to "Change the world"

      I guess I naively thought journalists "Reported the world"

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    • @wharris

      Arizona State has the Cronkite School of Journalism. The recent news makes me wonder WHOSE ethics they teach (if any)...

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    • @Ally_Gator
      My Dad loved Walter Cronkite.

      That is, up until 1968, when Walter assessed the war in Vietnam as "Unwinnable". My Dad thought he overstepped his bounds, and stopped watching him.

      Turns out Walter did have an agenda. After his retirement, he went on to throw his name and reputation behind an number of left-wing efforts, including end of U.S. veto power in the United Nations.

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  • Kudos!!

    My response this
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=4b8_1337943916

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  • selectively reported by the lame stream media

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  • He made some sense and then went bat shit crazy.

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  • I see the bookcase contains all the book he has ever read.

    Why are the other 194 there?

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  • "I hate newspapermen. They come into camp and pick up their camp rumors and print them as facts. I regard them as spies, which, in truth, they are".
    William Tecumseh Sherman

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