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Alison Morrow Interview – MSM COVID Blind Spots, Willful Misinformation Or Manufacturing Consent?

Joining me today is former MSM reporter Alison Morrow, here to discuss the utter failure on the part of MSM in its coverage of COVID-19, and its complete lack of objectivity and critical thinking. We discuss what might be the reason behind this failure, and whether this is in fact more than just incompetence. 


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"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see." - John Lennon Driven by a desire for accuracy, chef and independent news stalwart Ryan Cristián has a passion for the Truth. As a recent recipient of the Serena Shim Award For Uncompromising Integrity In Journalism, he understands that Americans want their news to be transparent, devoid of the opulence frothed out by today's corporate media. A cultured and insightful man with a worldly sense, Ryan's unjaded approach offers common sense to the individual racked by the ambiguous news cycle - a vicious and manipulative merry-go-round that keeps trenchant minds at a manageable distance from the truth. Avid writer & editor by day, Truth seeker by night, Ryan's reality defines what it means to be current.

6 Replies to “Alison Morrow Interview – MSM COVID Blind Spots, Willful Misinformation Or Manufacturing Consent?

  1. 26:00 “I just can’t wrap my head around these mental gymnastics…” : In epistemology, the Münchhausen trilemma is a thought experiment used to demonstrate the impossibility of proving any truth, even in the fields of logic and mathematics. If it is asked how any given proposition is known to be true, proof may be provided. Yet that same question can be asked of the proof, and any subsequent proof. The Münchhausen trilemma is that there are only three ways of completing a proof:

    The circular argument, in which the proof of some proposition is supported only by that proposition
    The regressive argument, in which each proof requires a further proof, ad infinitum
    The dogmatic argument, which rests on accepted precepts which are merely asserted rather than defended

  2. Studies pertinent to this topic of groupthink are those conducted by Solomon Asch in the 50`s. Our/their educational systems repeatedly programme individuals to distrust our own opinions/senses when placed up against those of the group. Consensus therefore reassures the individual that his/her allegiance is a security asset and that need for security is in turn abetted by distrust in oneself.
    Were individuals encouraged to trust our insights and to exploit one’s potential based on the final goal of self awareness and personal growth rather than relinquishing integrity for some synthetic acceptance to the group, we might see less of these pusillanimous minions.

  3. Hello Ryan and Alison,
       A thinking person’s interview.
       Asking questions is the primary method to get the mind working.  Not answers so much.
       Tali Shorat, a neuroscientist, demonstrated people choose and vote based on belief not evidence.  This means that anyone who chooses or votes based on belief, is choosing or speaking from ignorance.
        The question of evil is covered in the book Political Ponerology and in the work of psychologist Ken Pederson.  Think of it as physiological.  Some people are born without emotion or conscience, or perhaps eliminated by abuse.  Think of the Nazi medical researchers who used Jewish people.  Think about the motivation of such people.  Do they care about hurting someone or manipulating someone?  What is fun for them; torture?  Look at the so-called serial killers?  Do they have a philosophy that is not Christian that they believe in?  Do they want to control others?  Do they want to eliminate what they see as population control?  Then look at people: Soros, Gates, Schwab, maybe Fauci (he may be a pawn in the machinery).  The big question is why good people don’t want to see evil in their midst?  Do they announce their purpose, as
        There is the probable element of blackmail for sexual abuse or corrupt financial dealings that keep some in line.
         Language is very important in the manipulation.  Use the MSM to tell you the words that they are using to manipulate.  “All vaccines are safe and effective”, “deniers”, anti-vaxxers”, “conspiracy theorists”, and the new ones like “build back better” and “climate emergency”.  Use knowledge of the words and phrases to see the manipulative intent to create fear or misdirect. 

  4. Hello Ryan,
    Another potential interviewee, a Canadian, who knows American history better than I do, is Matthew Ehret. Because of the breadth of his research, you will need to focus on some aspect. He, like Whitney and Derrick, connect people, events, government through time.

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