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Adam Curtis' idea of the larger picture of Western intervention and media coverage

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in response to reader comment: Excellent point, Myth- Wars are waged on TV

Submitted by myth (Germany), Jun 17, 2012 at 00:55

British filmmaker Adam Curtis sees a connection between the desire for Western intervention and media coverage. He calls the phenomenon "Oh Dearism".

http://archive.org/details/AdamCurtis-OhDearism

While it is quite easy to turn on the tv and watch the news it is quite difficult to actually make a change for the better. Syria is no different.

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