Good & Evil
Ever wonder what kind of strategies the media uses and why? I like to think there’s always an agenda of any media company. I also believe in Good & Evil. I hold true to principles and sometimes I have to be held accountable to those beliefs. Why am I saying this? I’m setting up the story, that’s why.
You (the reader) always hear of conservative, liberal, progressives, Republican and Democrat. Either one may ring a bell to your ear and one might be good or evil in your thought process. What one might be considered doing the right thing the other might say it’s the wrong thing.
Strategies Within The Mainstream Media
The media: CNN, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, ABC News, BBC News, Al-Jazeera, TheBlaze and whatever news source you can think of has an agenda. They have a strategy of portraying certain images, “experts” talking a certain game, and making you listen to audio clips to sway your opinion. I think this is a good thing because it makes the average viewer, listener, or reader to ask tough questions and really understand their world around them. At the same time it could spell out: MAYHEM!
Katy Perry knows how to use a strategy well, check it out here.
I have a feeling that most young people are turned off by the media mayhem and can only focus on what they’ve been taught to be right and what they know to be true. I also believe this is the reason the United States is at gridlock in Congress and why they aren;t working for the American people and why they’ve become progressives who are ok with just making money for themselves and getting healthcare breaks while the middle-class gets screwed over.
Making You Think
I’m writing this post to make you think about the democratic process that is the United States. I’m asking you to think about where we came from, what we’ve done as a country, and where we’re going. Right now it doesn’t look good. President Obama wants to strike Syria and he’s abused his Executive power more than any other president has. Just think about it and do some research, that’s all I ask.