White House attempts to unleash Ministry of Truth to control all news sources in America
by: Julie Wilson
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
If you weren’t already outraged by the illegal and unethically intertwined relationships between government and the mainstream media, then this revelation is sure send you over the edge.
Aside from the fact that the Obama administration has waged an unprecedented war on journalists, prosecuting more whistle-blowers while in office than any other president in history, now he’s announced that his administration will send government contractors into newsrooms across the nation to supervise the content they’re creating and producing through a series of involuntary surveys.
The project, known as the “CIN Study,” pronounced “sin,” involves government officials monitoring content created by the media, including articles, television reports and internet content.
Under the newly proposed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) initiative, journalists must provide to the public content that meets one of eight groups of “critical needs,” or face unknown penalties.
Much like the term is used in relation to Fusion Centers, where data is collected, synthesized and sold to law enforcement and any sector of business falling under the broad category of “critical infrastructure,” the government wants to ensure that the public’s “critical needs” are met.