The Corporate Media Is Dead. Investigation Unnecessary.

Posted May 21, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

“If you do not specify and confront real issues, what you say will surely obscure them. If you do not alarm anyone morally, you yourself remain morally asleep. If you do not embody controversy, what you say will be an acceptance of the drift of the coming human hell.”

– C. WRIGHT MILLS (1916-1962) American sociologist

ocean222Fellow bloggers can relate to the process of finding good and relevant issues to present to readers. On Russia Today (RT) a recent “Truthseeker” episode delved into the highly controversial subject of “covert false flag operations”, when states arrange for military, societal, and media-related events to falsely discredit target nations and “provide” proof of “necessary” changes in those nations. Most of the time such false flag events become engineered to provoke a coup or change of government in the targeted nation, typically countries in which valuable natural resources have become located or whose people have different views about their preferred form of democracy.

For some reason, at this time posting that particular episode of RT’s Truthseeker didn’t reach critical mass, so one of the topics touched on in the program – Gladio B – became the focus. For those interested, the Truthseeker episode is found on YouTube and is E39 (Episode 39), and will probably be the center of a near-future post here. Back to Gladio B, the only information researched thus far has been in listening to James Corbett and Sibel Edmonds talk about the NATO project.

Upon further searching a university professor from Europe by the name of Daniele Ganser came up, so listened to an interview of him in English from 2011 on Resistance Radio, and he came across as a solid academic who simply wants a public discourse on Gladio B, September 11, and other controversial, disputed topics conducted in a normal and scientific manner. Before today, I had never heard of Professor Daniele Ganser, but find him a scholar of highest integrity, so the search for more recent interviews/talks (hopefully about Ukraine) resumed.

While trying to find more current talks by Mr. Ganser, I found an interview in German of close to two-hours on Gladio B, September 11, and other topics with Ken Jebsen, who has spoken at various “Monday Demonstrations” in cities around Germany. Unable to speak German, this led to checking out “wwwKenFMde” channel at YouTube, and I found what looks like Ken Jebsen’s initial upload “About Ken Jepsen: While Embedded, You Have Fallen Asleep” from April 2013.

By the way, if you feel like Mr. Jebsen is an investigative journalist who is worthy of hearing, comment on his YouTube channel suggesting English subtitles on all his videos. I’m assuming wwwKenFMde is his channel, another channel “KenFM” has about one-tenth the views and hasn’t uploaded anything for over a month. At any rate, this video was an article written by Mr. Jebsen and the voice is of an actor. The length is over 45 minutes and conveys the most damning indictment of mainstream media I’ve ever heard.

Just guessing, but the article must have contained 20,000 to 25,000 words, combined with an excellent reading of rapid fire 45 minutes, and thoroughly chews up and spits out the corporate media. Simply put, Jebsen’s article conveys accurately everything that is wrong with corporate media “investigative” reporting; he has done a superb job of precisely identifying why people by the millions are every day shutting down on their TV news. He is correct on all counts, leaving no doubt in any listener’s mind that corporate news is dying on this Earth, a phenomenon that will only grow larger and more intense as time passes.

Investigative journalism is alive and well in the body of Ken Jebsen and men and women around the world who share a great understanding and appreciation for dissemination of absolutely truthful information. Towards the winding down of his spoken article, he makes a reference to Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980) who was Canadian director of Center of Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto. Mr. McLuhan once said:

“Like any extension of man, typography had psychic and social consequences that suddenly shifted previous boundaries and patterns of culture. In bringing the ancient and medieval worlds into fusion – or, as some would say, confusion – the printed book created a third world, the modern world, which now encounters new electric technology or a new extension of man.”

“The medium is the message because it is the medium that shapes and controls the scale and form of human association and action.”

During the piece, Mr. Jebsen provides a laundry list of extremely important facts surrounding very consequential events and crisis situations around the world; facts that have been completely un-investigated, intentionally ignored, and blacked-out by corporate media. What makes this message from Ken Jebsen of Germany so overwhelmingly powerful, easily understood, and resulting in urgent action of those who hear it – is the plain and painful truth that historic media modes of operation have accounted for false perceptions of reality leading to dangerous and deadly circumstances for millions, perhaps billions, of human beings.

Jebsen, in a way which can safely be seen as both highly courageous and certainly heroic, takes readers on a journey to the highest heights of truth, integrity, and – because “Thou shalt not lie” – morality. Having just heard of investigative journalist Ken Jebsen in the past few days, in a very short time I have developed nothing but the most profound admiration and utmost respect for the man. Any man or woman on Earth who believes that the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth is a paramount virtue of this world and its human residents would do well to get this man’s message.

The growing trend among men and women around the world is strongly and rapidly moving in the sure direction of accountability and acceptance of nothing less than the absolute truth. For this is reason for gratitude, appreciation, honoring, and even some celebration.

We are talking about a truly and massively evolutionary, paradigm-changing manifestation of a totally new and better world. 

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(Thank you to wwwKenFMde @ YouTube)

Ken Jebsen’s website is www.kenfm.de

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4 thoughts on “The Corporate Media Is Dead. Investigation Unnecessary.

  1. It doesn’t take a great leap of logic to see why the state is so intent on neutering the internet while wringing every ounce of profit it can at the same time. The unfettered dissemination of information to the public is anathema to the princes who prefer to do their business in private. Hope we’re ready to fight to keep the internet in the hands of the people. Keep making us think about these things, Jerry.

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