Truth Comes Out: U.S. Media Suppresses Truth Re Global Warming

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 19:33 PM
January 23, 2014

HartChart2  Toure Neblett, known as Toure on MSNBC News-Talk Show ‘The Cycle’ as Toure, let the ‘cat out of the bag’ on their show today by suggesting that these vicious snow storms from the Polar Vortex are more signs of Global Warming.

While previously he and the other three hosts had simply complained about the cold weather and difficulties of commuting to work in such weather, they had previously chatted or joked about the conditions, but Toure said he was uncomfortable in not treating the storms’ cause as Global Warming.

Good for him, but his outburst simply points up the fact that major networks, newspapers and other organs en masse avoid mention of Global Warming as they ‘scientifically’ discuss horrific weather crossing this and other countries in the last few years. The question is why?

The answer:  Wealthy commercial interests control news makers, politicians, and other public relations factors in the U.S. Those interests intend to keep the American public ignorant about the main cause for such violent weather events.

While they recite stories about individual weather anomalies, reporters, such as Toure, are also expected to be ignorant, or at least to be quiet, about the source of such weather. In ‘TV News and Extreme Weather: Don’t Mention Climate Change,’ fair.org, of Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting, makes the ‘rules’ clear:

“Dramatic weather-related disasters are ready made for TV news. But what’s not on the screen? The human-made climate change that is affecting, and in some cases exacerbating, that extreme weather.

“. . . national network newscasts (CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, ABC World News) finds that extreme weather is big news. In the first nine months of 2013,  there were 450 segments of 200 words or more that covered Rising-Sea-Levels-03 extreme weather: flooding, forest fires, tornadoes, blizzards, hurricanes and heat waves.
But of that total, just a tiny fraction––4 percent of the total–so much as mentioned the words ‘climate change,’ ‘global warming’ or ‘greenhouse gases. . .”

In ‘America’s Media Loves Global Warming Skeptics,’ Michael Byrne says American media spends more print and air space on skeptics of Global Warming than they do on scientific reports:  “So, climate change skepticism gets undue attention in the US media, but is it just the US? . . . the answer is a qualified “yes.”

Byrne bases his article on a lengthy study, ‘Cross-national Comparison of the Presence of Climate Skepticism in the Print Media in Six Countries, 2007–10, by James Painter and Teresa Ashe, who conclude:  “ . . . news coverage of skepticism is mostly limited to the USA and the UK . . .

“ . . . the type of skeptics who question whether global temperatures are warming are almost exclusively found in the US and UK newspapers. Skeptics who challenge the need for robust action to combat climate change also have a much stronger presence in the media of the same two countries.”

In Christian prayer books, The LORD Jesus insists the light of truth must be shared: “No man, when he hath lighted a candle, putteth it in a secret place, neither under a bushel, but on a candlestick, that they which come in may see the light (Luke 11: 33).” So that lives can be saved, Christians must pray for more light about Global Warming. Surely, God will punish those who suppress the light.

Did you like this? Share it:

Leave a Reply


You must be logged in to post a comment.