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A very different look at Aleppo

A very different look at Aleppo

(24:46) British independent investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley, who just returned from Aleppo, explains what is really going on in the war-torn city.

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Guest: noname (700 days ago)

What, USA press lies!! I can't believe it. :))))

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What, USA press lies!! I can't believe it. :))))

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Guest: Drumbeat (700 days ago)

Not just US media and not just about this.

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Not just US media and not just about this.

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Guest: noname (700 days ago)

Is it that simple?
US media prides itself with free press, investigative journalism, honesty. US government uses this rhetoric to complain against China and many other countries.
But, from my perspective, US is the Power, it can do whatever it wants, including laying about what it’s doing and why.

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Is it that simple?
US media prides itself with free press, investigative journalism, honesty. US government uses this rhetoric to complain against China and many other countries.
But, from my perspective, US is the Power, it can do whatever it wants, including laying about what it’s doing and why.

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Guest: DeIgrunt (699 days ago)

People are lazy first and then they only want to read what they want to hear.

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People are lazy first and then they only want to read what they want to hear.

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Guest: noname (699 days ago)

Availability bias, we all suffer from it, media exploits it.
It's worse now, because reporters are lazier, they just post staff from blogs, tweets etc. without any verification.

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Availability bias, we all suffer from it, media exploits it.
It's worse now, because reporters are lazier, they just post staff from blogs, tweets etc. without any verification.

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Guest: drumbeat (699 days ago)

Mostly it is where they read, would you know anything about the Hillarie's leaked emails if you watched the BBC for example ? I watch the BBC because it keeps me informed on a broad range of topics that I like. Who can be bothered to search, I think I heard something on LBC and then nothing.

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Mostly it is where they read, would you know anything about the Hillarie's leaked emails if you watched the BBC for example ? I watch the BBC because it keeps me informed on a broad range of topics that I like. Who can be bothered to search, I think I heard something on LBC and then nothing.

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Guest: (699 days ago)

Try RT.com, this was already on it a while ago.

Ooops! Too late, they're just about about to be shut down by the UK government owned NatWest

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Try RT.com, this was already on it a while ago.

Ooops! Too late, they're just about about to be shut down by the UK government owned NatWest

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Guest: (699 days ago)

How do they know if it's what they want to hear before they read it?

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How do they know if it's what they want to hear before they read it?

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Guest: (697 days ago)

Vanessa Beeley is on the payroll of "Russia Today". Whoever pays the piper calls the tune.

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Vanessa Beeley is on the payroll of "Russia Today". Whoever pays the piper calls the tune.

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Guest: noname (697 days ago)
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Not according to Hillary. :))
US print media (which gives more than 90% of the news) is starving in last 10 years (internet has taken a lot of advertising) and it’s very prone to influence.
Not to say that RT doesn't have its agenda.

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Not according to Hillary. :))
US print media (which gives more than 90% of the news) is starving in last 10 years (internet has taken a lot of advertising) and it’s very prone to influence.
Not to say that RT doesn't have its agenda.

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