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New Zealand media presents the news differently

Filed under: General — Vman @ 5:46 pm Thu 14th January 2010

Firstly let me say that my thoughts are with the Haiti people. Such a scenario could easily happen here. Not only that but men always come off worse in such disasters. So there are 2 reasons beyond basic humanity for caring about Haiti.

My post is not actually about Haiti or earthquakes. It is more about the way NZ media report all stories. You will no doubt have heard about the NZ toddler recovered from the rubble. In NZ this is reported as “Kiwi woman’s missing daughter found”. In Australia this is reported as “NZ toddler found under dead father”.

If you look at news sites around the world that report the same stories as NZ media and you will find there is a pattern here.

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  1. Its not just the feminist agenda that is propogated in this manner. Reader beware, all media (particularly in this country) is heavily biased towards the views of the main stream media lobby. The truth of a story is almost invariably found in sources questioning the stories themselves. Propaganda anybody?

    Comment by Scott — Mon 18th January 2010 @ 11:37 am

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