Saturday, 28 December 2013

Our media blackout government protests in South Korea

Over 100,000 people took to the streets in Seoul today to protest against the government, don't expect to see it on the news though!  You're not supposed to see it because you only see these sorts of things in countries where the global elite want regime change and of course because the obedient little sheep in other countries shouldn't get any big ideas about doing silly things like this themselves.

ref. link to story
From noon till late at night, about 100,000 citizens and labor workers angrily demonstrated against the current government's election manipulation scandal and clampdowns on labor groups as well as moves toward privatization of the nation's railway system, though the administration denies such claims. Some observers are calling the outbreak of demonstrations proof that public anger has nearly “reached its boiling point
 this event was proceeded by this story from last week

On 22 December 2013, over 4,000 South Korean riot police stormed the headquarter of the nation's second largest trade union center– an unprecedented event in the country's post-dictatorship history which shows how determined the current regime is in clamping down on labor and democratic organizations.
Not a breath wasted on it in our media, not even if you search the World news, Asia section on the BBC news site.  Currently you get to know all the latest propaganda on Syria and Sudan but this is blacked out, you have to ask why?  Well because the weather is more important isn't it?! did you know it's going to rain on Monday?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

almost everything you see on the news (or don't see) is designed to condition public opinion, our media is not neutral, it is backed and linked to corporations with agendas