Is anyone else more interested in the news we don't see?
What a News agency or media displays to the pubic is set by the agenda of those who own the company.
"Is anyone else more interested in the news we don't see?"
Makes one think that you are leading somewhere, but not getting to the point.
What is considered "interesting" about the news that we don't see? Is subjective to one person's views or conspiracy theorists to think up, such as things are being hidden or kept away from the public on purpose.
So, please do tell...like give more if there is a specific topic you want to touch on?
I'll be more than willing to give my opinion. As you already know. So, I guess it's now in your hands.
Where do we go from here?
Sure, cuz there's nothing more interesting than the horrendus things the government does, the vile machinations of the MJ-12/Illuminati/Free Mason types, and the banal and boring crap that no one wants to know about anyways. All this is of course assuming the hogspit they show nowwadays is news.
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