- Something must be wrong with the reporting of the news
- What if I’m being lied to?
- They are waiting for someone to come out and tell them what’s going on
- Your favorite news anchor repeats what that government spokesperson said
- Soon it becomes repeated so much everybody starts to believe it
- You are told a recovery is happening
- Your intuition, however was right – they are lying to you
Intuition is telling people something is wrong with the news. If the news is telling you everything is so great and positive then why don’t you feel that way? – something must be wrong with the reporting of the news. People know something is wrong, but they don’t know what it is. Some have a sense of what it is, but don’t know what to do about it.
Some people start thinking – what if I’m being lied to? What if things aren’t recovering like they report? What if things are actually getting worse and they are covering it up? Would they really lie about it?
All journalists report on “what’s going on.” How do these news reporters find out what’s going on? Well, the big national news reporters hang out at the White House press room, or outside of Congress, Parliament, European capitals or state capitals – wherever news is being made. They hang out and they wait. They are waiting for someone to come out and tell them what’s going on. What’s going on behind closed doors inside that room with our elected leaders. When someone comes out and tells them what’s going on, they then get in front of the cameras and tell you what’s going on. Sometimes a government spokesperson comes out and tells them all at once like in the White House press room.
That evening your favorite news anchor repeats what that government spokesperson said or they roll the clip. The next day you go to work and repeat what you were told is going on by the news anchor from the previous night.
Soon it becomes repeated so much everybody starts to believe it. People say, “Everybody knows that.” “That” however, doesn’t make it true. What’s going on gets manipulated and spun in order to form a person’s thinking.
You are told a recovery is happening, terrorists are coming to get you, real estate is improving across the country, inflation is slow or manageable – you have nothing to worry about…we’re handling everything.
Your intuition, however was right – they are lying to you, their fudging numbers, cooking the books, manufacturing the truth and keeping you in the dark and in fear. Listen to your intuition.
ANSWER: They don’t change because they want to believe. They take what’s being reported on faith. They are tired of hearing bad news and don’t want to hear anything bad anymore. They want to hear that things are going back to the way they were before everything started falling apart.
QUESTION: Give us an example where people know they’re being lied to on the news?
ANSWER: The news reports that inflation is under control and manageable and hardly anything to worry about. Interest rates are low, so how can there be inflation? Well, the item you bought in the store last month for $2 is now on sale for $3 – that’s 50 percent inflation in a month on that item. Inflation is manageable and under control?… if they’ll lie to you about the cost of a loaf of bread, what else are you being lied to about?
QUESTION: So, what you’re saying is that journalists and news anchors are not reporting the news?
ANSWER: That’s correct – they’re repeating the news; they are not news reporters but news repeaters. A true news reporter witnesses something like a flood, a building on fire, or a protest that’s happening. You know, those junior reporters who get sent out to interview people standing in line at the new Apple store opening. They are actually reporting something.
QUESTION: While people get the truth intuitively, they usually don’t listen – what’s going to be the big game changer here?
ANSWER: How to change is easy, stop listening to the news repeaters. Start studying and investigating on your own in addition to listening to your intuition.
QUESTION: Recap the most important points in your message today?
ANSWER: Our message is that what you hear and believe as the news is just someone telling you about something nobody witnessed outside of closed doors.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people are bombarded with the news being repeated so much that pretty soon they believe it because “everybody knows that!”
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: The next time you hear someone reporting from the White House or Congress think to yourself, “How do they know that?”… and…”Is what they were told to say really what happened?”
COMMENTARY: Your intuition is always whispering the truth to you. It’s provides you with a consistent supply of the truth. It whispers this truth to you because it respects your free choice to listen or not, or act upon it or not. Although this never fails you “it” gets bombarded with all the outside noise you expose yourself to. This “outside noise” is loud, distracting and demands your immediate attention. That is the first sign that something is wrong. Anything that demands your attention and puts you into anger, confusion or fear is indicative of something that’s being manipulated before it’s reported. It’s reported in a certain way to bring out those emotions in you. It’s molding your thinking about a certain topic or its trying to get you to respond in a way that benefits the originators of the “news.” If you start listening to the whispers – your intuition – you’ll discover where the truth resides and you’ll start seeing the “news” in a whole new light.