Skip to comments.Toward a New World Media Order
Posted on 06/01/2011 8:21:22 PM PDT by ken21
The world established a new international order after World War II with the founding of the United Nations. For over six decades, the international community has endeavored to create a more balanced, just and rational political and economic order.
Unfortunately the rules governing the international media order lag behind the times, especially compared to changes in politics and economics. The gap is seen, first and foremost, in the extremely uneven pattern of international communication. The flow of information is basically one-way: from West to East, North to South, and from developed to developing countries.
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Sorry - Don’t particularly want to subscribe to that on-line journal. 8<)
(By the way, just why should I read articles coming from “South to North”, from “undeveloped to developed” nations, from “east to west” cultures?
Those cultures and those countries have no information that I need to fix the problems being created here BY the “south, east, and undeveloped” cultures favored BY the Washington and New york elites!
sorry, i read all of it on line before i posted it.
NWO....denier...what else is new?
New media is helping bring down dictators left and right. If I were a Chicom lapdog, I’d be worried too.
No - I disagree.
New World Order media bringing down democracy and capitalism wherever it can be found ... to the advantage of China and socialism everywhere.
Dictators in the Middle East and elsewhere are trying to shutdown the internet because they can’t control it. They recognize that change is happening to fast for them to adapt and that scares the hell out of them. Similar things are going on here with people like Cass Sunstein.
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