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August 13, 2011 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill


There is a serious gap between the Mainstream Media and the blogosphere, Web 2.0 reports:

The top stories in the mainstream press are markedly different than those that lead on social media platforms, a recent study by the Pew Research Center‘s Project for Excellence in Journalism revealed.

Furthermore, what is popular on one social network rarely proves popular on another.

This site is going to publicise what I consider important:

  • monetary reform as the missing foundation for honest money in circulation and thus the cause for corruption, avarice, crimes and their cover-ups
  • stories of white collar crimes as the effect of corruption, avarice and institutionalised crimes
  • victims turned starfighters as the models of principled action and the attempt to make sense of a lot of bad experiences, while trying to make a difference against all odds
  • child snatching – the tip of the iceberg of human rights stories: according to  The untold story of gagging orders in The Independent, 69 relate to celebrities and 264 to children and young adults.


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  1. Policy ThinkShop Blogger / Aug 14 2011 4:05 am

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  2. Sabine Kurjo McNeill / Aug 14 2011 8:29 am

    What a delight to have you as a first visitor, after having barely opened shop!

    MANY THANKS for hopefully the beginning of a fruitful exchange of information!

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