361Re: Help: Arriving at the notorious Polish concentration camp
- Mar 3, 2008Krystyna Jan and Group,
This is a great reminder to question what you read, what is scary is
when we are not aware we are being messed with. It leaves readers
everywhere at the mercy the written word and like the artical says,
the more money they have the higher the volume and larger audience
Should there be strict fines set in place for ones proven to
use "opps", more than once?
--- In Polandemail@example.com, Krystyna <thymetrax@...>
> I had asked because of certain Filters that might be
> used to spread propaganda under the guise of "Ops! I
> made a mistake" and we will retract the statements or
> we will not.
> Jan I am not that good at explanining the said model
> therefore I am enclosing some material written about
> the propaganda model which is a theory advanced by
> Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky that alleges
> systemic biases in the mass media and seeks to explain
> them in terms of structural economic causes.
> For further explanation of these Terms please visit
> the web sites below;
> --- Jan Niechwiadowicz
> <jan_niechwiadowicz@...> wrote:
> > Dear Krystyna,
> > >>Would you state that the articles might reflect
> > the opinions of
> > the majority of those readers and/or advertisers in
> > some of the
> > publications?
> > Speaking as someone who almost daily is involved in
> > actions to
> > correct bad articles in the media, I would say that
> > the vast
> > majority of cases it is poor grammar or lack of
> > knowledge by the
> > media There are some publications, e.g. the New
> > Year Times, which
> > do not fairly treat the complaints.
> > Here in the UK, the readers are largely ignorant of
> > matters related
> > to Poland. They believe what they read hence it is
> > so important to
> > ensure the story is as factually correct as
> > possible.
> > It hard to say what advertises would think as they
> > rare get involved
> > in debating such issues. It is not in their
> > interest to upset the
> > Polonia especially where it is large such as in
> > America.
> > Regards
> > Jan Niechwiadowicz, Cardiff
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