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ME and Islam dominate...

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in response to reader comment: Even more of the same for 2007 and beyond!

Submitted by steven L (United States), Jan 1, 2007 at 21:05

Blood, murder (mass), killing, "martyrdom", IED etc (all from the ME) are constant sources of worthy information that the mass media love to use. Bad news is "good" (worthy) news (to be published), good news is bad news for the mass media and no news is good news but for the mass media.

The ME and Islam are sources of bad news, therefore worthy of use by the mass media!

The mass media might not survive without the ME and the Islamic fascists.

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