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Totalitarian Thought

Totalitarianism is a term used by some political scientists to describe a political system in which the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life wherever possible.     In this article (and radio episode) I will point out that the wrestling boys were victims of a totalitiarnistic state of mind by society and the media.  Political scientists, Carl Friedrich and Zbigniew Brzezinski expanded the use of the the word during the Cold War in their university social science and and professional research.  Their research concludes that a totalitarian system has the following six, mutually supportive, defining characteristics: -Elaborate guiding ideology. -Single mass party, typically led by a dictator. -System of terror, using such instruments as violence and secret police. -Monopoly on weapons. -Monopoly on the means of communication. -Central direction and control of the economy through state planning. For our purposes, we will use the “Elaborate Guiding Ideology and Monopoly on the Means of Communication.”  From the day the story broke by the newspaper, it was all over the world.  Let’s examine how , why and the totalitarianism here.  Every day, journalists  work together collectively from all sorts of media outlets, get on a conference call and confer what is news worthy or what they are going to report.  This is called the AP Press and Reuters to name a few. Who is the AP Press?  They are an American multinational nonprofit news agency headquartered in New York City. The AP is owned by its contributing newspapers, radio and television stations in the United States, all of which contribute stories to the AP and use material written by its staff journalists. The AP staff is represented by the Newspaper Guild union, which operates under the Communication Workers union, which operates under the AFL-CIO. It is virtually a monopoly on the news reporting business.  When stories like this come in they like to print because they”like ” to create contraversy and stimulate anger.   It is a conquer and divide strategy especially when it comes to race.  Oops, I forgot, they will only report white on black crime.  It is funny how they didn’t report this story when a white couple was brutally attacked by black youths http://www.examiner.com/article/white-couple-racially-attacked-by-black-youths-brooklyn Where was the outcry here? So, now the stage had been set.  The collective machine of the AP press went after defensless  teenage boys to print a story so their news outlets can get a couple of days worth of fame.  I say defensless because they have yet to live in the real world. They don’t know what Marxism is.  They don’t know that the media is a machine dominated by Marxist totalitarian thought. The initial reports by the star ledgers failed to mention the fact that the dummies coming from the manufacturer, a good majority are dark brown. This is called conscision bias.  This is a  bias, that  report views that can be summarized succinctly, crowding out more unconventional views that take time to explain. So, I will explain.  The photo was a prank (even with the hoodie) . The students never meant it in a racist way.  They never attached the meaning of racism because they were not thinking about the concept of racism when they took the photo.  They were only thinking about sending the other team a message.  The message being, that you “Paulsboro should be committing suicide  because we had beaten you. ” Had the school had a white dummy, they would have hung it to and we would not be talking about it right now. Other forms of bias including reporting that favors or attacks a particular race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnic group, or even person.  Two other biases played an important role here; First,  mainstream bias,  meaning a tendency to report what everyone else is reporting, and to avoid stories that will offend anyone.  And,  second, sensational bias  which means favoring the exceptional over the ordinary, giving the impression that rare events, such as airplane crashes, are more common than common events, such as automobile crashes. Did  the journalist of the Star ledger fail to consider the boys ages on the learning curve?  Absolutley! Did he use his power to get a weeks bump out of his article for his own sake?  Absolutley. Did the media as a whole not think outside the box before it ran the story? Totally! Did the media abuse its power by chasing after teenage boys?  You bet! Is this totalitarian thought by the media? Totally. Ask yourself, “Who really did the lynching here? ”  Who is the kkk of the 21st century?  Do we need to go further? Attorney Scott Wilhelm (Esq) to weigh in.  Listen here Tuesday nite March 3/11/4 at 9 (Est) pm here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youth-for-independence/2014/03/12/totalitarian-thought-in-the-media   Staff          

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