Secular Talk: Is The Media The Enemy of The People?

No one trusts “journalists.”

Note: Coastal media isn’t a national institution anymore like it used to be. The narrative reflects what “everyone” is saying on Twitter now. Jim Acosta got his own “Democracy in Peril” show out of groupthink that developed inside the Acela Corridor Twitter bubble.


  1. I don’t watch the news and haven’t for many years. It’s too depressing and full or lies. Yes, the media is the enemy of the people. It probably started in the 80s or sooner. I can only imagine what it’s like now.

    • Didn’t Napoleon and Jefferson both say that the press was a bigger threat than the standing army of an enemy nation?

  2. I love how Jews like Kasparov always defend their tribe while pretending to be nationalists.

  3. More OT…..

    I heard your boy Ethan Ralph got his ass kicked in Portugal the other day, HW. I don’t know the details but I’m guessing he was hitting on some under-aged girl and her brothers decided to teach him a lesson. That boy ain’t right, I’ll tell you what.

  4. @Spahnrach,

    John Adams said that banks and bankers are a bigger threat than a standing army.

    In Napoleo’s era, media was limited to pamphleteers,. An emperor would have little trouble squashing such ink press outlets.

  5. My mistake. It was Jefferson that said that banks and financiers are a bigger threat to our liberties than a standing army.

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