"Many people, especially
ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for
Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of
If you're right and you know it, speak your mind.
Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth."
COMMITTED TO THE TRUTH
"Many things are reported
in the news but few are explained. Little is said about how the
social order is organized and for what purposes. Instead we are
left to see the world as do mainstream pundits, as a scatter of
events and personalities propelled by happenstance, circumstance,
confused intentions, bungled operations, and individual ambitions
- rarely by powerful class interests."
Karen Kwiatowski / John Pilger / Ilan Pappe / Meryl Nass, MD
"In recent years a high-quality,
reader-funded journalism has emerged on the internet, often outperforming
traditional media in terms of critical reporting. Some of these
"alternative" publications already reach a very large
audience.Nevertheless, up to now the traditional media has been
able to attract a solid majority of online visitors, too. This,
in turn, is closely linked to the hidden role of news agencies,
whose up-to-the-minute reports form the backbone of most news
former AP journalist Herbert Altschull
Joaquin Flores / Robert Parry / George Carlin
/ Edward S. Herman
"By far the most valuable
associations, according to CIA officials have been with the New
York Times, CBS and Time Inc. Journalists provided a full range
of clandestine services - from simple intelligence-gathering to
serving as go-betweens with spies in Communist countries."
Carl Bernstein, Rolling Stone,
Nicholas Shaxon / Michael Collins Piper / Lawrence Shoup
"News Corp, Disney, Viacom,
Time Warner, CBS and Comcast own 90% of the TV stations, radio
stations, movies, magazines and newspapers that Americans rely
on for news and entertainment."
Michael Snyder, 2017
Antony Sutton / Fletcher Prouty / Christopher Bollyn
"Selling fear to the American
people has become a mainstay of the press and of both political
parties in this country. Taking a "tough on crime" stance,
particularly in a climate of perpetual fear created by the "war
on drugs" and the "war on terrorism," is always
a politically safe posture. By focusing on crime, attention is
effectively directed away from more divisive issues on which a
politician might have to take a stand that would cost them votes.
Meanwhile, a fearful populace continues to surrender their civil
rights and constitutional protections at an alarming rate, so
that their government may protect them from the rampant criminality
of the masses."
David McGowan in his book "Derailing
Francisco Dominguez / Joanne Leon / Dan Wright / Kyle Anzalone