NO NEED TO PANIC - I'm ON TWITTER
MY WEBSITE, EMAIL, PC and everything else is tampered with It takes me 2 hours to post one tweet or my website isnt accesible
no matter how hard I try.
WHEN IT COMES TO INTERNET CONTROL we dont have any say Mr Spigelman has powerful support organization; the richest people around the world.
To destroy one computer isnt big deal when you sit on a few billion dollars.
Yes its true; all the links related to my case are gone from web or not accesible. Even Hague has given up. This link is gone from Internet. Its impossible to leave the feedback but if you somehow succeed to leave the feedback you'll get a
virus that will destroy your hard drive
I dont use BLUE text colour for my linx. I use red. Every link posted on this website in BLUE someone else added in an effort
to distruct you from the real issue
Using blue double underline for link is oldfashioned, not many countries use this style. So when you see that kind of link
that points to advert about employment, shopping... etc, THATS NOT published by me. For years I am paying Lycos to have advert
free website so any advert you see is not published by me
O'FARRELL ISN'T THE ISSUE. ICAC CREATED
THE SCANDAL TO COVER BIGGER SCANDAL
READ CAREFULLY ENTIRE CONTENT OF
THIS PAGE AND WORK OUT FOR YOURSELF
IF ICAC IS CREDIBLE (AS MUCH AS THEY
WANT US TO BELIEVE) JUDGE Ipp WOULD
INVESTIGATE E V E R Y ISSUE RECEIVED.
AS LONG AS DECENT POLITICIANS ARE
RUINED FOR ONE BOTTLE OF WINE ICAC
WORKS AGAINST THE BEST INTEREST OF
NSW AND I'S CITIZENS
WHY ICAC REFUSED TO INVESTIGATE
you investigate corruption or not,
there's no pick and choose
this was published on ICAC website
>> Investigating Corruption
The ICAC has significant powers to investigate
corrupt conduct involving or affecting the NSW public sector. This includes state government agencies, local government authorities,
members of Parliament and the judiciary <<
Mr SPIGELMAN resigned with millions
of dollars in his pocket, unlawfully taken from victims of crime. Judge IPP refused to investigate, refused
to reopen my case, refuse to compensate.
Mr O'FARRELL went down for one bottle
of wine. <<
“The Failure of the 4th Estate”
POSTED: SUNDAY, 6/26/2011
Media conglomerates are
destroying American democracy!
Giant media corporations have altered the concept of a ‘Free Press.’ Their failure
to uphold the tenets of the 4th estate is contributing to the erosion of our precious democracy.
The problem lies in ownership,
or lack thereof.
We, ‘the people,’ no longer own the airwaves having allowed Congress to sell that freedom
to profit hungry media groups—inextricably obligated to their investors—creating a press that is no longer free,
and, in many cases, conspiratorial in the attempts to tear down democracy.
Both weakness and bias in the media have been
obvious for a considerable time but no one wants to attack it straight on!
Have we abandoned the search for truth—bowing
to the hunt for profits?
In an article by Bill Moyers in July, 2008, he portrayed the 4th estate as the fifth column, essentially
complicit in their failure to pursue the truth.
Our Forefathers understood the importance of a free press as a check and
balance to government when they established freedom of the press in the First Amendment. That freedom was for the benefit
‘of the people’ and critical to the preservation of democracy.
Government has allowed mergers and acquisitions
which have created six corporate media giants. To our extreme detriment, the consolidation of media sources has suppressed
the public voice, essentially constricting freedom of speech.
What we now have, instead of news, are corporate organizations
posing as news providers, more interested in fluff and entertainment than the issues of vital importance to an informed citizenry.
divisiveness and deterioration in society can be correlated with the decline in ‘real’ journalism.
of this weakness, unforeseen by the architects of the Constitution, is possibly the least knowledgeable electorate in the
world—easily manipulated and controlled.
As big corporations gain media power the access of information declines.
Investigative staffs are cut limiting news gathering while improving the bottom line.
This has never been more evident
than the rise of the Tea Party and their complete disconnect from the ‘real’ issues facing this nation.
coverage of Tea Party events has distorted and grossly skewed the political view of the nation. Fox’s blatant promotion
of the Tea Party, overemphasizes their significance, exaggerates their relevance, and is destructive to the political discourse.
are ‘real’ grass roots movements occurring throughout the country that are receiving little coverage from legimate
news agencies and none, or biased and targeted coverage from Fox.
These movements, besides being for good cause, are multi-times
larger, more important, more relevant to the survival of democracy and this country than any of the Tea Party gatherings.
journalism is nearly non-existent—and, unfortunately—has been supplanted by the destructive slant of Fox Media.
But is slant even a good definition for the methods used by NewsCorp to obscure and misdirect their viewers from the truth?
is massive evidence that Fox not only distorts the news, but lies in the dissemination of important, newsworthy information.
Some like to call it spin, but it is much more than that, and dangerous to ‘the people’ in a free society.
preponderance of evidence is available, such that the Federal Communications Commission should pull NewsCorp’s license
for violations of their responsibility to ‘the people’ of this country.
In fact, Fox’s presentation and
manipulation of the news borders on one of the 14 characteristics of fascism: media is indirectly controlled by government
regulation, or sympathetic media spokespeople and executives. Fox also exercises selective censorship in its choices of news
coverage. A limited, media-controlled flow of information is never a desirable thing.
The rest of the news media, newspapers,
radio, and television, with few exceptions, are failing to meet their journalistic charge and far from living up to our forefather’s
They’d rather spend more time, more column inches, more micro-waves, on Anthony’s weiner, Palin’s
gaudy bus vacation, the Casey Anthony murder case, and Bachmann’s gross misrepresentations, than troubled nuclear plants
in flood swollen Nebraska, the Republicans holding the middle-class hostage over raising the debt ceiling, the ‘real’
grass roots movements and recalls in Wisconsin and other Midwest states, or the ‘real’ effects of the tax cuts
for the wealthy.
Fluff instead of substance.
Pointless fluff is entertaining but, does not serve the needs of the nation
at a time when so many things are wrong in this country.
We’ve paid an extreme price for selling one of our greatest
freedoms, one of democracies greatest assets—freedom of the press—to the highest bidder.
It is time we reestablish
a competitive news environment by breaking up the big media agencies and return to the limited ownership of the past; return
to the tenets established by the Constitution for the 4th estate.
First and foremost would be the elimination of the NewsCorp
propaganda machine. Then, systematically move to dismantle the other five conglomerates, limiting their reach and encouraging
honest news organizations to grow.
Maybe, with the proper regulatory scalpel, the 4th estate can again live up to its constitutional
expectations and reverse the downward political and economical spiral we’re battling.
And return to the greatness
a healthy and functioning democracy promises.
4th Estate, checks and balances, fair and balanced,
Fox News, Free Press, journalism, Lame Stream Media, Media, NewsCorp, Right Wing Media
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“Isolated From the Truth”
America’s news organizations are failing the people!
Journalism in America has become as big
a problem for the country as Congress. Media conglomerates’ fail to meet their obligations under the Constitution of
the United States. It’s almost impossible to escape their control of the news content. And it’s getting worse.
failure has left the nation vulnerable to an historical decline.
Freedom of the press was included in the 1st Amendment
by the founders as a check on government to insure the preservation of our democracy.
Is our precious democracy at risk?
is definitely under siege as a result of limited media ownership and if not for the advent and open forum of the internet
our democracy may have already succumbed to the perils of media corporatocracy.
Media consolidation undermines the flow
of information and has reduced the public’s access to vital imformation necessary to maintain an educated electorate
and a vibrant democracy.
What media does exist has prescribed to a policy of false equivalency; a policy which further
divides our nation. But, what is really false, is the appearance of equivalence. There is, unfortunately, no equivalence in
today’s political environment yet it’s reported as if there is.
What, exactly, is the function of the media?
Why was freedom of the press included in our Constitution?
The press: newspapers, eventually radio, and later extended
to television news, was expected to be a check on government, an element that would insure the transparency of government
actions, abuses, corruption, miscarriages, and inadequacies. A vigilant watchdog for the people, to keep government honest
and accountable to the people.
What constitutes false equivalency and how does it interfere with the dissemination of news
and a healthy democracy?
False equivalency is the attempt to make something sound like both parties are equally at fault
or equally responsible for a particular action or inaction, particularly in politics. Reporting it that way is not only wrong,
but is damaging to the discourse of a democratic society. In recent politics, fraught with lies, misinformation, disinformation,
and omission, the onus is on the media to properly report the facts.
And facts show that the Republican Party is wholly
responsible for the dysfunction and grid lock in Washington. They are also mostly responsible for the recession, our deficit,
the housing crisis, and the banking crisis as well as many other fiascos.
The failure of the media, of individual journalists,
of entire networks to point out the imbalance is a collapse of the 4th Estate and a dereliction of duty under the Constitution.
discussing media failure, lies, and false equivalency, the worst offenders are Fox News, it’s ownership, and hosts.
NewsCorp, and all media under the leadership of Murdoch, whether it be television, radio, or print, violate the sacred tenet
and spirit of a free press.
Fox fails on all levels and has become a purveyor of right-wing propaganda serving no other
purpose than to promote their extreme — and at times undemocratic — agenda. Their utter disregard for truth and
the intent of the 1st Amendment is appalling.
What’s even more egregious is how many people in the Fox cabal: administrators,
hosts, contributors, and guests buy into their subterfuge, the networks willingness to convey misinformation — information
absent facts — and to forfeit their integrity for a paycheck. To promote an ideology for which there is little truth.
Most appear to be lacking a moral compass. As a result they have the least informed viewers in the country.
Fox tends to engage in combative journalism. Their shows are often incendiary and frequently contentious, designed to incite
their audience rather than present valuable and honest information.
Though Fox is the worst, nearly all of the mainstream
media is weak and cowers to political pressure either out of fear of being called liberal or of the inability to get guests
to appear on their innocuous shows. Shows like Meet the Press on NBC, The Situation Room on CNN, Morning Joe on MSNBC, and
This Week, on ABC would rather entertain than inform.
Continually maligned by conservatives and right-wingnuts the shows
on MSNBC present the most factual information from which to draw intelligent and informed conclusions. There is, frankly,
no comparison between the dweebs on Fox — Hannity, O’Reilly, Kelly, and Cavuto and the informed presentations
of Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Lawrence O’Donnell, and the Rev, Al Sharpton. And one of the strongest voices of factual
information and informed outrage, Cenk Uygur, of The Young Turks has been temporarily muted.
Our media is so weak that
some of the best sources of honest reporting come from comedians, John Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Bill Maher. Though comedic
in their approach all three bring the lies, misinformation, hypocrisy, and craziness to light. Their comedy clearly exposes
what a joke our media has become.
But the joke could be on us if our media continues to fail the American people.
threat of a weak media is more dangerous than that of Al Qaeda or any terrorists organization — more important to our
survival than Homeland Security or the NSA.
Entertainment disguised as news is not only an insult to our integrity but
also to the wisdom of our forefathers.
A free press is vital to our individual freedoms and to our survival as a democracy.
Limited ownership is a threat to those freedoms and weak journalists, fearful of doing their job, only add to the problem.
up America! As journalism falters information dies.
The result? Millions of American citizens are isolated from the truth,
blind and unable to see America’s unfortunate decline.