Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Media Deception and Minimization
When media deceives, it is often a money trail that can be found with varying amounts of effort. Reporting the president in the most positive light gains access to the White House, which gains viewers, which gains advertising. Being barred from the source of revenue will drive people to deception.
When deception is "owned", the expectation from the analyst is minimization; not truth. Therefore, the one who deliberately withholds information is one who, when he issues his "mea culpa", he will be light on both "mea" and "culpa", and what is released is no longer reliable, as truth is the currency exchanged, and deception is counterfeit. Should he now give you $100, you may expect that a portion of this currency is still counterfeit.
Such is the case that has shocked the world in Germany's media.
They deliberately withheld critical information that the German public needed for safety and when the information came out, media admitted withholding the information, but justified its deception via withholding by claiming a moral "high ground."
This is often a sure signal that what follows will also be "for the moral high ground", that is, for the people's "good."
Therefore, when German media withheld the rape epidemic of women by migrants, this deception was first surrounded by deception, and then then the admission came, it too, contained more deception.
Germany withheld the extreme rape epidemic from its people, but allowed a school principal's letter, in exert, to be covered where the principal told parents to have their daughters cover themselves up because there might be "misunderstanding" by the migrants.
The culture from which the migrants arise holds that women are beneath them, and that uncovered women and "infidel" women are fair game. The correlation between dress and rape nullifies the element of violence.
The media deception is no different than the guilty confession of a single individual.
Do not separate political or large scale deception from single person deception, even though the scopes are vastly different. Behind each is a person with vocabulary employed with the intention of deception.
Next up: Understanding Supremacy Deception and how victim status and supremacy are not only related, but show up in language.