An Intersection of Information
July 30, 2012 in United States
Sometimes, the biggest challenge to responding to news and life from a peaceful perspective is determining what is really taking place.
Events from the past couple of weeks provide good examples of how I do this, so now is an opportune time to review this process.
- Mainstream Media (MSM) – They consist of five or six corporations (depending on sources). They are the best funded and most tightly controlled by the Cabal.
- Alternative Media (AM) – They consist of everything else. Some are controlled by the Cabal. Some are truly independent.
- News Predictors (NP) – They claim an ability to observe the signs, either physical or spiritual, that tell us what will happen next. They and their sources consider themselves whistleblowers, insiders, or spiritual channels. They often report information before MSM or AM reports it because they report based on signs instead of the sources used by MSM or AM.
None of these sources is completely reliable.
Each makes an appearance of objectively reporting information.
Each has its own agenda.
When researching a story, I look at all of them in an attempt to find an intersection of information. I assume that if all the sources, each with a different agenda, report the same thing, it is mostly true.
For example, the shooting at the movie theater in Colorado has been reported by MSM as a lone gunman story. AM has reported it as a conspiracy, with more than one person involved. Some in AM have named the CIA or FBI as being complicit. David Wilcock, who has one foot in AM arena and one in NP, says it was a botched operation and the alleged shooter wasn’t supposed to survive.
Prior to last night, there were two intersections of information.
- There was at least one shooter in a movie theater.
- Local MSM had a couple of videos where witnesses said the shooter had helpers.
In spite of those videos, MSM sticks to the lone gunman story.
Who made this decision?
Why was it made?
The story’s writers claim they asked those questions and no one was willing to answer.
Those who understand conspiracy theories know what this means. A purposeful reduction in security always plays a role. The JFK assassination, the execution of MLK, and 9/11 all have detailed accounts of how security was either purposely removed or distracted.
The AP story provides another intersection of information by providing circumstantial evidence of a conspiracy.
The dateline provides another one.
Sunday, July 29 at 7:43 PM is too late to be featured on the Sunday night news shows and early enough to be buried in the newsfeed by the time editors are reviewing their choices for Monday morning’s selections.
This is the usual strategy when MSM attempts to retain an appearance of objectivity. It releases a story that contradicts its underlying agenda so that the information has a minimal impact.
I haven’t seen this story reported or discussed by any other news sources.
Therefore, the MSM official story continues to be focused on a lone gunman. They do this even though, due to a darkened theater and the gear being worn, no one can identify the alleged shooter. They do this even though all three types of news sources – MSM, AM, and NP – report that something else took place during that fateful night in Colorado.
This new intersection of information gives us reason to believe the shooting in Colorado was about more than a lone gunman.
This clarity allows us to consider other possibilities.
This helps us to determine a peaceful response.
I’ll apply this process to another story in tomorrow’s article.