Shadows of Liberty

I try to avoid being manipulated.  I try to avoid being led by people whose leadership is geared toward advancing their own agendas, meant only to serve their own self interests.

I try.  But I cannot always tell whether I’m being manipulated, whether I’m being led.  And that makes me angry. Not at myself, but at those whose manipulative ways are so void of morality that they would do something so unthinkable as to crush freedom for their own gain.

Tonight, I watched a disturbing program about the horrors of the extent to which the media in this country is in the pockets of corporate masters.  I hope you can, and will watch it.  It’s called Shadows of Liberty and I watched it on LinkTV, which I receive through my DirecTV subscription.  I found a link to details of the program online, here:

If you can watch the film, do.  If you can get LinkTV, do.  Don’t blindly believe what you see and hear; but don’t dismiss out of hand, either.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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2 Responses to Shadows of Liberty

  1. Glad you could get to the link, Trish. Looking forward to reading your perspectives.

  2. druxha says:

    This sounds of great interest, John! Cannot get DirecTV here (roll eyes…sigh), however can get into the the link that you’ve provided. Agreeing with wholeheartedly on the manipulated media….will view this link, and return with my thoughts on this matter, and thanks for sharing this post to your site!

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