The Failure of Mainstream Media

MediaFail

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The U.S. is resuming its “humanitarian bombing” in Iraq and wishes to extend its operations into Syrian soil in order to fight the Islamic State, a group of extremists produced by U.S. foreign policy in the region. Meanwhile, on the Russian border, it is backing a neo-Nazi government in Ukraine, shelling its own citizens in order to suppress a popular uprising.

Many important questions and contradicting stories also remain regarding the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The mainstream and corporate media has failed to investigate the implausible official 9/11 narrative of the US federal government. It has failed as the watchdog of the public, leaving the job to alternative and non-corporate information media.

Global Research has worked hard to bring these critical issues to the attention of our valued readers and to the forefront of respectful debate. The destruction of the environment, the decline of civil liberties, the erosion of international law, the growing deficit of social justice, media disinformation, and so many other topics are all regularly focused on by Global Research.

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