Poynter. : Promoting Propaganda

Poynter. : Promoting Propaganda

Poynter. : Promoting Propaganda
Attacks 1st Amendment in Bill of Rights

GLAAD’s letter also includes more than 40 other organizations that are urging the media to use the term “religious exemptions.” Some of those organizations are Planned Parenthood, National Black Justice Coalition, Equality Federation and the Trevor Project. [ reference article below ]


Poynter. Attacks Bill of Rights

 

Poynter. in essence broke into a opposing viewpoint office and destroyed their printing presses. Such actions are not defenders of the 1st admentment in the Bill of Rights.

As we knew it would be, so it is.

The propaganda level will be bouncing off the high end of the scale as the case of  Jack Phillips’ Masterpiece Cakeshop that does not want to be forced to create an artful wedding cake for two “gay” men moves to the Supreme Court.

Clearly, Poynter. is a website devoted to moving journalism along its personal ideological lines rather than reporting the truth. Poynter. considers itself to be “A global leader in journalism” – so – now you know what propaganda methods will be employed in reporting the “Charles Craig and David Mullins, visited Jack Phillips’ Masterpiece Cakeshop in the Denver area in search of a wedding cake” saga.

Propaganda is noticeable by the wordplay acknowledgment of a basic truth, i.e. religious freedom while proceeding to mix the definitions and re-defining of words so that all meaning is lost in the first acknowledgment of the basic truth in question. In short, others rights are destroyed by creating a new definition that is a lie to be used for self-advancement.

Kinda a Court System favorite and certainly the mask journalism wears to hide its true intentions.

One reason journalism has lost all respect is this force-feeding of Press Progranda naturally creates a gag response. (See Wal-Mart t-shirt Tree. Rope. Journalist.)

Poynter. would have been better off going back to school to relearn what journalistic leadership is, rather than resorting to their usual propaganda tactics of making their own powder-puff t-shirts. gesh!

Poynter. – Only 1st Admentment Rights For Themselves

If Poynter. only defends the 1st Admentment for themselves, denying both liberty and liberty of well-being for those they oppose they are no longer defenders of free speech but oppressors of democracy. While no one should literally agree that journalist be roped neither should anyone agree to attack the livelihood of those with differing viewpoints. Think attacking the liberty of a cooking artist to bake a decorated cake of his choice you can easily see why Poynter. must resort to propaganda press to “win” an argument.

What hypocrites. Poynter. will deny others the right to produce and wear a black t-shirt of choice, but allow themselves the freedom of expression – or should one say oppression.

Combined with the bully and criminal antics to shut down anyone who disagrees them it will be interesting to see how the Supreme Court rules on this religious freedom matter.

In the meantime, many will have to endure journalism’s continued downward slide into the mud-pit of its personal self-cycling propaganda. Naturally, doing this while attempting to destroy anyone that disagrees with their personal lives and beliefs. Note that the current article on how things need to be reported with the cake-case doesn’t even attempt to present a “balanced” report but overwhelms the reader with one point of view.

In fact, Poynter. caused Wal-Mart to shut down the 1st Admentment right of those who produced the Rope. Tree. Journalist t-shirt while claiming they, the Journalist, are brave workers of, yep, you guessed it, the 1st Admentment.

Such is the nature of hypocrites that are blind to the plank in their own eyes.

You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye. (Matthew 7:5)

Poynter. would have been better off apologizing for the ruined lives journalist have destroyed by their abuse of the press.

If you need an example of someone to call out as an abuser of the press I can provide one.

If you read their puff piece about their t-shirt it has no mention of a single fake journalist who used the cover of the 1st Admentment to shut down the rights of others they do not agree with, nor anyone who violates good ethics in the name of journalism – such cannot be found anywhere on Poynter.’s website site.

Of course Poynter. and such journalist would go after anyone they think, without any thinking on their part, is a moral failure like sharks in a feeding pool – anyone but a fellow journalist that is.

Truth is nowhere to be found, and whoever shuns evil becomes a prey. The Lord looked and was displeased that there was no justice. (Isaiah 59:15)

There is no wonder to it, as to why the media is so despised.

If nothing else this one sided, coming propaganda by Poynter. is so obvious as to be almost, but not quite, nausating.

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Article Reference

(poynter.org)—Watchdog group urges media not to use ‘religious freedom’ in upcoming Supreme Court case
BY ANNE GLOVER · NOVEMBER 30, 2017

nter GLAAD, the watchdog organization that monitors media coverage of LGBTQ issues. The group recently sent a letter to the heads of major media organizations, including CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, the Associated Press, the Washington Post and Reuters, urging the organizations to be mindful of the language they use when reporting on the case.

At issue are the terms “religious freedom” and “religious liberty.” GLAAD is promoting the use of the term “religious exemptions” instead.

“Religious freedom is paramount to our country and that’s why it is already protected by the First Amendment,” said Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD. “However, media continues to inaccurately use terminology such as ‘religious freedom’ or ‘religious liberty’ to refer to what are actually ‘religious exemptions’ that discriminate against women, LGBTQ people, single parents, people of color, and many more.”

She also singled out what she called “anti-LGBTQ organizations” who are pushing that language.