Media

Rupert Murdoch’s Lineage, Legacy and a Worldpeacefull

What this article taught me is that son’s follow in their father’s.  I realise Rupert inherited his beliefs and influence from his father which impacted our world.

Yet if he didn’t exist Worldpeacefull (my work) wouldn’t exist. What an irony I have just realised tonight.  I will tell you about that after… Continue reading

Rupert Murdoch, CIA and Conservative Influence – is it Good, Bad or Ugly?

The issue with media interference in politics is the lack of ethics in politicians and this impetus to win at any cost.  It completely undermines the principles of democracy which is about the will of the people.  In truth it is anti-democratic conduct and distortions in the media to influence people to think… Continue reading

Freedom House Democracy

True freedom is acceptance of diversity and inner peace.
This is the news from Freedom House.

Civil and political rights have suffered a decade-long decline globally, and violations of human rights remain all too common, particularly in authoritarian countries.

Freedom House supports frontline activists in their efforts to defend fundamental rights, including to document abuses,… Continue reading

The Market Failure of Modern Consumerism

This film is covers a wide range of subjects to explain what has gone wrong in our society.  It provides insights into the psychology, economics, philosophies that have framed the structure of thinking that has conceptualised our system believing it is our civilisation.  The flaw and confusion in the system is the money… Continue reading

Are Cuts to the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) about Curtailing Freedom of Speech?

I just noticed I wrote Australian Broadcasting Commission not Corporation, that has to do with my age.  When I was young it was called this.  What is really obvious now I look to see and see to look is that it is a corporation.  That means it can trade.  This is… Continue reading

Fox Reaches for the Sky Beyond the Line of Sight of Democracy

This is an article from the Guardian.  It questions the influence of Media Moguls on democracy given their strong viewpoints.  What this means is that editorially they can select news that promotes what they believe the world should think. This is not democracy. Democracy is simply presenting the news in a balanced approach… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”

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