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Rise of Orwellian robot journalists and the Media-Industrial Complex

Posted: February 25, 2014 |   Comments

( Author and radio talk show host Paul McGuire recently wrote an article about the disturbing Orwellian trend being taken by the mass media and how "news" these days is often delivered by "robot journalists" who convey political propaganda.

McGuire writes, "Although there are still a few free thinking and independent journalists, most of the others could be human-like robots resembling the technology portrayed in the movie Her."

He then cites Google Artificial Intelligence expert Ray Kurzweil, who wrote, "By 2029, computers will be able to understand our language, learn from experience and outsmart even the most intelligent humans"

Since radio and TV personalities basically just read an approved script from a teleprompter, they might as well be robots, and one day, like factory workers, they will be replaced by actual robots that can do the job more quickly and cheaply and without question.

The most important aspect of the covert nature of the Orwellian mass media is not in the news that they cover but in the news that they do not. While "Freedom of the Press" is generally the pubilc's top concern when it comes to media, who controls the content and decides what is newsworthy is the real danger to freedom. "The very fact that major news organizations and media personalities choose to ignore or downplay serious news stories creates the greatest form of censorship," McGuire writes.

One such case of censorship, perhaps the most important, involves the Federal Reserve System. "The Federal Reserve Act, signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913, essentially turned our entire monetary system over to an independent cartel of international banking families," reports McGuire. "Yet you will never hear, see, or read an in-depth and detailed news media coverage of the most important financial institution in our nation. It is impossible to understand anything that has to do with our economy, debt, budgets, inflation, recession, global finance, jobs, outsourcing, and the U.S. dollar without a thorough understanding of the Federal Reserve System."

To read McGuire's complete article, visit Also, be sure to look out for his new book A Prophecy of the Future of America, in which he deals with the issue of "robot journalists" who either are being controlled or know the truth and choose to conceal it.

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