Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Serfs, peasants, people. At the Washington Post water cooler, these three words are the same. We’ve all done it before. We write a very greasy blog, then edit it to sound nicer for our “public” audience. But this Washington Post writer forgot just how honest the original title was.
The title that the public can now see says “Brexit is a reminder that some things just shouldn’t be decided by REFERENDUM.” Which is politically correct and neutral for all intents and purposes, but if you look at the article’s URL, it says “Brexit is a reminder that some things shouldnt be decided by the PEOPLE.”
How dare you peasants shake your fists in the air!
The author continues to write about the British pound, poor Cornwall, and various various stories by voters who voted to remain. It’s a very cynical article.
If we check British money from this morning, it appears to already be recovering. It’s very rough and tumble, but it’s hardly the doom and gloom that the Washington Post tried to make its readers believe.
Just a reminder for folks in Europe that the news media in the US is just as much a battle-ground for democracy VS corruption as it is in your own home country.
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