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Monday, April 04, 2005

2005 Report: The Top 25 Censored Media Stories of 2003-2004

   By Calico Cat at 11:07 AM


Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Michael Jackson, Robert Blake, Social Security, Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Terri Schiavo, Social Security, Prince Charles, Prince Charles, Tom DeLay, Tom DeLay, Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Pope, Pope, Pope, Pope, Google News, "Search and browse 4,500 news sources updated and continuously censored," the relentless din of the distract-o-matic news media...yet, something is missing here.

Each year, a group from Sonoma State University, Project Censored, issues a report of the 25 most censored stories inside the United States. As the hear-see-speak-no-evil "flying monkey" right-wing media won't talk about them, we're suggesting that you visit and see -- as Greg Palast puts it -- what is bouncing off the "Eletronic Berlin Wall" surrounding the United States.

Top on the list this year -- and who wouldda thunk it:

At least look at the site and then you can slip back into -- Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Michael Jackson, Robert Blake, Social Security, Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Terri Schiavo, Social Security, Prince Charles, Prince Charles, Tom DeLay, Tom DeLay, Michael Jackson, Terri Schiavo, Pope, Pope, Pope, Pope, Google News, "Search and browse 4,500 news sources updated continuously." Sorry, my monitor is running out of ink.

1 Comments:

Blogger BluPheonix said...

I was saying the same thing tonight. It's strange how the media works now. I saw the stupid spioled whore episode of southpark recently and my god, was that funny. Paris Hilton (sorry nick) sums up everything that is whorong with media and society in general. Kids are behaving worse and worse, you ever seen that show super nanny?? god damn!! And the parents laugh, they think it's funny that the kids are going nuts and swearing at them, my mom would have whooped my ass, if i disrespected her like that!!! It's a lowpoint in our societies history books for sure.

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