When Will the Divisiveness End?
Those who watch American news programmes may choose to watch MSNBC or CNN and shall witness a liberal expert expressing great frustration that the Republican president and his supporters promote divisiveness.
This will be followed by a discussion between the host of the show and other liberal pundits, echoing this pronouncement and expressing their horror that the country is led by a truly evil man who is tearing the country apart.
Just as worrisome, they say, is that those who support his party – the mostly male, mostly white, mostly racist Republican voters – fervently support the creation of divisiveness.
If this were truly a news station, the discussion would end there and the station would then on move on to another news topic.
But this is not what occurs.
Instead, another expert appears on the screen, frustrated and fearful of what he describes as the divisiveness of the president.
The pattern repeats regularly for the remainder of the twenty-four hours and thence into the next day’s “news.”
But this, of course, is not news. It is, by definition, indoctrination.
Should the viewer decide that he’s being brainwashed, he may switch over to Fox News, on which a conservative expert expresses in great frustration that the Democratic Party and their paid lackies, the media, are promoting divisiveness.
This will be followed by a discussion between the host of the show and other conservative pundits, echoing this pronouncement and expressing their horror that the truly evil Democrats are tearing the country apart.
Again, this is not news. It is, by definition, indoctrination.
And if Americans, most of whom view
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