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by the Vooster I am tired I am tired of hearing the same thing every morning when I turn on my television to see the mornings news around the world It is obvious to me what they are trying to do They The almighty media An enterprise based solely on delivering the hard facts of the world Thats hardly believable I do not want to be subjected to its negative aspects but others unknowingly succumb to its desires Their target has been acquired and their mission is complete I go to school and hear remarks directed at me that indirectly relate to what I have been viewing on the television the past decade I am sick of it Societies inability to distinguish the medias propaganda has led to prejudice and discrimination at a national scale This makes me furious Even one person who becomes racist is too much In this country we are informed how wrong racism is yet the media seems to reintroduce the idea that different races do not have same status as developed countries are Now racist gangs and different ethnic groups are emerging to protect their heritage and their country name Many of their beliefs are based on what is being repeated by the media I wish I had the power to straighten out the negative messages they are giving but I am insignificant I am nothing more than a potential target I am now outside with my friend who smokes She jokingly blows the smoke in my face This is second hand smoke I know it is not healthy but it does have an affect on me Smoke is all that is bad Negativity at its best Second hand smoke represents the idea that people are influenced all the time by others Thats the surprise of the century Lets regard Smoke as misinformation Misinformation can be as simple as a subliminal message which conveys the medias
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