The One Who Got Caught (Part III) — Follow-Up

The One Who Got Caught (Part III) — Follow-Up


This is the case where one Claas Relotius, a “journalist” for the very prestigious German publication Der Spiegel admitted that he’d been fabricating stories for many years. So now, Der Spiegel, in an attempt to get out in front of all this, is suing Relotius. As if it’s entirely his fault… Just a thought, but I think the case can be made that the American public has standing to file a criminal complaint, probably a class action lawsuit type of thing, against much of America’s “news” media.    

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The One Who Got Caught

The One Who Got Caught


What Claas Relotius did was produce fake news. For years. His fake news was a bunch of out and out fabrications. Made up stuff. Stuff that never happened that Relotius said did happen. That kind of stuff. However, there’s no difference between that kind of fake news and any other “news” that distorts or misleads in order to push an agenda. No difference whatsoever.   

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This Struck Me…

This Struck Me…


Consuming many media sources, learning to think critically, then combining numerous media sources with finely-honed critical thinking, to become ACTUALLY informed,” is a nice summary of “The Basic Responsibility of All American Citizens.” If all American citizens were to take this responsibility seriously, the Democrat Party’s electoral viability would evaporate overnight. Continue reading This Struck Me…