60 minutes (Reality) VS Nightly News (Propaganda)


60 minutes—Unemployment Benefits: The 99ers
Even after an extension of unemployment benefits to 99 weeks, many of those about to go off the program are in a quandary. Scott Pelley talks to some of them in Silicon Valley.

Air Date: 10/24/10

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Forced into a career change, a lucky few found they were better off for it. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports.

Air Date: 11/10/10

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Additional background info about the Nightly News video above:

1) Michael Gates Gill lost his job at the ad agency when he was 53, in 1993. How is his experience relevant to anyone today?

2) In January 2004, Michael Gates Gill was identified by the New York Times as a "communications writer" (someone who is paid to write propaganda for companies)

Google Archive News results for "Michael Gates Gill" "communications writer"

3) Starbucks's Health Care Policy Is Sickening. Starbucks must have paid a fortune to Michael Gates Gill.

4) In 2006, Universal Pictures made a six-figure acquisition of How Starbucks Saved My Life.

Google Archive News results for "HOW STARBUCKS SAVED MY LIFE" six

5) How Starbucks Saved My Life = a FICTIONAL MEMOIR/BOOK

Google Archive News results for "HOW STARBUCKS SAVED MY LIFE" "fictional memoir"


My reaction: Don't watch the evening news! It is poison which will rot your mind.

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