Anything which is conceivable to divert, to lie, and to suppress, with an aim to make a headline, is the emerging doctrine that shows up in our headlines.
This perceptible shift in the investigative journalism is certainly alarming. What is perhaps even more horiffying is to watch the reaction of ordinary people.
The dramatic tendency of their reaction indicates a calamity of thoughts that over time appears to typically degenerate to extreme subservience, to faceless accussations, yet powerful lobbies of corruption.
The captivated audience of this great nation, who also happens to be custodians of the democratic values of our country, is being subjected to an orchestration of the kind the likes of which this country has never witnessed. We are experiencing a phenomenal degeneration. Contained within each headline and the degenerative reaction by the masses of readers the result are we are destroying individual lives and a nation.
The brain behind the methodical aggression and the pointed urgency resides in the deep nexus of corrupt beneficiaries. We are watching the macabre display of arrogance and depleting standards of reporting.
The story and the story lines, lack stinging punches of authenticity and the authors gain notoriety and that is exactly what he wanted. In the absolute management of corruption everybody with self-interest is conniving. They pull all resources under their undue influence so as to deliver a concocted version of a situation, one that is most often designed to deceive and to conceal for the purpose of increasing readership, power and influence.
How people react and that includes my very dear friends is shockingly naive and dangerous. Certainly a constrained attitude that lends itself to cozy conditions is an easier path to pass than that of a man that holds himself to high levels of integrity. For years now most men have lived in a comfort and been led by this conniving, selfish trend, often unconsciously and unknowingly strengthening the hands of a devil.
Nation building is an issue that must be taken seriously. Even if one does not possess the necessary abilities of introspection and analysis to correct the mistakes in judgment it is necessary for those who do possess such abilities to combine their efforts to ensure the truth and nature of what many do not question as facts to be brought to light. Fighting and establishment has never been easy and requires courage of the utmost heights.
The typewriters, as of now, continue unfettered, under dictating terms, calibrating the mood of masses and just waiting for the next story that can be told with succulent description and the resultant destruction. Such story sells but it never builds its nation.