koreling:

The creek in our yard that runs in the winter, and the view from the side of the road coming up the hill to get to my home. Winter is a time for growth and the landscape transforms to a lush green. 
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koreling:

The creek in our yard that runs in the winter, and the view from the side of the road coming up the hill to get to my home. Winter is a time for growth and the landscape transforms to a lush green. 
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koreling:

The creek in our yard that runs in the winter, and the view from the side of the road coming up the hill to get to my home. Winter is a time for growth and the landscape transforms to a lush green. 
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koreling:

The creek in our yard that runs in the winter, and the view from the side of the road coming up the hill to get to my home. Winter is a time for growth and the landscape transforms to a lush green. 
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koreling:

The creek in our yard that runs in the winter, and the view from the side of the road coming up the hill to get to my home. Winter is a time for growth and the landscape transforms to a lush green. 

thepeoplesrecord:

thingsofarandomnature:

thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against PalestiniansJuly 24, 2014

CNN journalist re-assigned from the region after tweeting that Israelis celebrating the death of civilians were scum. 
NBC journalist re-assigned after reporting too honestly on the situation on-the-ground.
FOX News putting images of Gaza reduced to rubble with captions indicating (falsely) that it is damage done to Israel inflicted by Palestinian rockets. (image attached)
The New York Times changing the headline about four children playing on the beach being killed by Israel to something that is intentionally vague/ambiguous. 
Diane Sawyer misidentifying photos of Palestinians in the conflict, claiming they are Israelis. 
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal calling out the network bias toward Israel and then having her TV appearances canceled as repercussion.
Unfair coverage from the BBC which was protested widely in England. 


Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.


 There’s also this instance in the Washington Post where the headline is worded in such a way that one might think that the 330 deaths are Israeli, not Palestinian, and caused by Hamas and not Israel. Also, in the majority of news stories (not all, but many), the word “killed” is used when the victim is Israeli, and “dead” when the victim is Palestinian. It’s like they’re trying to give the impression that no blame can be assigned for a Palestinian death because they weren’t “killed,” they are just “dead” somehow…

Wow yep, great example. And disgusting! Also, even if it were crystal clear that the 330 killed were Palestinian, why is the headline still that 2 invading soldiers were killed rather than the hundreds of civilians? So infuriating! 
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thepeoplesrecord:

thingsofarandomnature:

thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against PalestiniansJuly 24, 2014

CNN journalist re-assigned from the region after tweeting that Israelis celebrating the death of civilians were scum. 
NBC journalist re-assigned after reporting too honestly on the situation on-the-ground.
FOX News putting images of Gaza reduced to rubble with captions indicating (falsely) that it is damage done to Israel inflicted by Palestinian rockets. (image attached)
The New York Times changing the headline about four children playing on the beach being killed by Israel to something that is intentionally vague/ambiguous. 
Diane Sawyer misidentifying photos of Palestinians in the conflict, claiming they are Israelis. 
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal calling out the network bias toward Israel and then having her TV appearances canceled as repercussion.
Unfair coverage from the BBC which was protested widely in England. 


Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.


 There’s also this instance in the Washington Post where the headline is worded in such a way that one might think that the 330 deaths are Israeli, not Palestinian, and caused by Hamas and not Israel. Also, in the majority of news stories (not all, but many), the word “killed” is used when the victim is Israeli, and “dead” when the victim is Palestinian. It’s like they’re trying to give the impression that no blame can be assigned for a Palestinian death because they weren’t “killed,” they are just “dead” somehow…

Wow yep, great example. And disgusting! Also, even if it were crystal clear that the 330 killed were Palestinian, why is the headline still that 2 invading soldiers were killed rather than the hundreds of civilians? So infuriating! 
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thepeoplesrecord:

thingsofarandomnature:

thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against PalestiniansJuly 24, 2014

CNN journalist re-assigned from the region after tweeting that Israelis celebrating the death of civilians were scum. 
NBC journalist re-assigned after reporting too honestly on the situation on-the-ground.
FOX News putting images of Gaza reduced to rubble with captions indicating (falsely) that it is damage done to Israel inflicted by Palestinian rockets. (image attached)
The New York Times changing the headline about four children playing on the beach being killed by Israel to something that is intentionally vague/ambiguous. 
Diane Sawyer misidentifying photos of Palestinians in the conflict, claiming they are Israelis. 
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal calling out the network bias toward Israel and then having her TV appearances canceled as repercussion.
Unfair coverage from the BBC which was protested widely in England. 


Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.


 There’s also this instance in the Washington Post where the headline is worded in such a way that one might think that the 330 deaths are Israeli, not Palestinian, and caused by Hamas and not Israel. Also, in the majority of news stories (not all, but many), the word “killed” is used when the victim is Israeli, and “dead” when the victim is Palestinian. It’s like they’re trying to give the impression that no blame can be assigned for a Palestinian death because they weren’t “killed,” they are just “dead” somehow…

Wow yep, great example. And disgusting! Also, even if it were crystal clear that the 330 killed were Palestinian, why is the headline still that 2 invading soldiers were killed rather than the hundreds of civilians? So infuriating! 
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thepeoplesrecord:

thingsofarandomnature:

thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against PalestiniansJuly 24, 2014

CNN journalist re-assigned from the region after tweeting that Israelis celebrating the death of civilians were scum. 
NBC journalist re-assigned after reporting too honestly on the situation on-the-ground.
FOX News putting images of Gaza reduced to rubble with captions indicating (falsely) that it is damage done to Israel inflicted by Palestinian rockets. (image attached)
The New York Times changing the headline about four children playing on the beach being killed by Israel to something that is intentionally vague/ambiguous. 
Diane Sawyer misidentifying photos of Palestinians in the conflict, claiming they are Israelis. 
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal calling out the network bias toward Israel and then having her TV appearances canceled as repercussion.
Unfair coverage from the BBC which was protested widely in England. 


Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.


 There’s also this instance in the Washington Post where the headline is worded in such a way that one might think that the 330 deaths are Israeli, not Palestinian, and caused by Hamas and not Israel. Also, in the majority of news stories (not all, but many), the word “killed” is used when the victim is Israeli, and “dead” when the victim is Palestinian. It’s like they’re trying to give the impression that no blame can be assigned for a Palestinian death because they weren’t “killed,” they are just “dead” somehow…

Wow yep, great example. And disgusting! Also, even if it were crystal clear that the 330 killed were Palestinian, why is the headline still that 2 invading soldiers were killed rather than the hundreds of civilians? So infuriating! 
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thepeoplesrecord:

thingsofarandomnature:

thepeoplesrecord:

Here is a short list of a few of the hundreds of examples of the media intentionally manipulating the public to support Israel’s recent offensive against Palestinians
July 24, 2014

Please reblog or message with additions as you see/think of them and I will edit with the additions. I am sure we can create quite a large list of examples.
image There’s also this instance in the Washington Post where the headline is worded in such a way that one might think that the 330 deaths are Israeli, not Palestinian, and caused by Hamas and not Israel. Also, in the majority of news stories (not all, but many), the word “killed” is used when the victim is Israeli, and “dead” when the victim is Palestinian. It’s like they’re trying to give the impression that no blame can be assigned for a Palestinian death because they weren’t “killed,” they are just “dead” somehow…

Wow yep, great example. And disgusting! Also, even if it were crystal clear that the 330 killed were Palestinian, why is the headline still that 2 invading soldiers were killed rather than the hundreds of civilians? So infuriating! 

guatepolitics:

  A reveller holds up rainbow colored umbrellas during the 18th Gay Pride Parade in Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo.  (Nacho Doce—Reuters)

guatepolitics:

A reveller holds up rainbow colored umbrellas during the 18th Gay Pride Parade in Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo. (Nacho Doce—Reuters)