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Marxist Media Special interest group rights destroy democracy violate the constitution and any sense of morality. If you ain’t mad as h-e-double hockey sticks now, read this but only after you have taken your heart medicine, are sitting down and are real laid back. I assure you, this will make you say words and think thoughts you can not express in church or in front of good folks.
The Society of Professional Journalists includes hundreds of thousands of journalists from all reported “mainstream news media outlets. The SPJ provides numerous internet sites for journalists to compare notes and to define how journalists should best report what they consider news from their viewpoint.
The SPJ sites provided include: Diversity tool box site https://www.spj.org/dtb.asp , Diversity the Whole Story Site https://www.spj.org/divws8.asp or the Society of Professional Journalists Ethics Code site http://www.spj.org/ethics.asp . The SPJ does not include a comparable site on duty of Government in a democratic republic to guarantee a republican form of government or for the press to represent the interests of “We the People” in a democratic republic instead of a Marxist government.
Preconceived Marxist beliefs define the process followed to “report” on issues related to illegal alien invasion. That preconceived Marxist propaganda position is best defined in the following SPJ guidelines at https://www.spj.org/divws8.asp that tell reporters how to report stories on “immigration”, not “illegal immigration.”
“May 30, 2007
Immigration reporting: How to advance it and make it original
By Susan Ferriss
Immigration reporting has been around long enough for stories and themes to start
sounding pretty stale. I covered immigration in the mid-1990s, then went to cover Latin America for almost nine years and followed it from that side — and in the U.S., at times. Now I’m back in California covering immigration again.
The basic story hasn’t changed, but the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center altered the framework and the national attitude. Immigration was once ignored almost completely by East Coast papers and national television. Now it’s acknowledged as an essential national story in nearly every state.
Here are some ways to get ahead of the pack and provide deeper, more cutting-edge stories on this subject:
— Remember that immigrants come from all over the world. How they arrived to the United States very often directly reflects foreign policy priorities. These individual or group stories make for good tales.
— Cover the way the immigration and visa system works. Few Americans understand the complexities and limits of the system.
— Cover immigration from American employers’ side of the story, especially when it comes to illegal immigration. How have they circumvented problems with the law, perhaps through subcontracting? Do businesses openly violate the law?
— Look for things that people seem to take for granted in your area and explain them. Puncture myths, look for answers. Listen to the platitudes and assumptions you hear, for instance: “Employers just want cheap labor.” “Immigrants are using up all our health services, and don’t pay taxes." Is it that simple? You can develop great stories from listening to what you hear people repeating because they listen to talk radio and other politically charged media.
— Look for strange bedfellows on immigration. Remember that there is at least one thing that Republican, conservative agribusiness interests and farm labor advocates and union people agree on: there should be a program to allow foreign workers to enter the country and perform farm work legally.
— Look for what the economy in one area means to the rest of the country. The United States is dependent on California for much of its fresh produce, for instance, so the fate of food growers and packers in this state is relevant to the rest of the nation. The meatpacking industries in the Southern states have similar importance. The businesses in Silicon Valley also rely heavily on foreign labor as they lead technology innovation.
— Look for hidden pockets of immigrant labor. Caring for the elderly is a growing occupation in the United States, and providers consider immigrants to be part of the backbone of the labor force in the future.
— Look for any special attempts by employers to incorporate people who are undocumented into communities. Wine grape growers in America’s premiere wine country, Napa, are actively raising money to fund health care policies for workers’ children.
— Look for why immigrants end up in a particular place, and probe the relocation of villagers who now send money home to families. Why did they leave? What’s happened to their home area economically? In today’s globalized economy, it’s not enough to explain migration by saying that people are poor. Stories are always more complicated than that.
When I was a correspondent in Mexico, I wanted to explore the dynamic behind Mexican migration. I reported on the ways in which economic policies pushed by the United States had, in fact, undermined some communities' own business options and prompted more migration.
Some resources for reporting on immigration
— Pew Institute for Hispanic Studies
— National Immigration Forum
— Migration Policy Institute
— Immigration Policy Issues Overview
— Office on Immigration Statistics
— Foreign-born Population Reports
— New America Media News
Don’t forget to consult the SPJ Rainbow Source Book and Diversity Tool Box for a treasure trove of great sources! You’ll find national experts on immigration there who will provide great analysis and direct you to great local sources, too.
The SPJ Rainbow Sourcebook is an online database of qualified experts on key news topics, with an emphasis on sources from populations historically underrepresented in the news: people of color, women, gays and lesbians, and people with disabilities. This valuable tool makes it easy for journalists to improve accuracy and quality by broadening the perspectives and voices in coverage.
The Diversity Toolbox provides a comprehensive set of links to journalism diversity resources and institutions. Accompanying essays offer principles and strategies for improving stories from conception on through to reporting and writing.
Your suggestions and comments welcome. Contact Sally Lehrman, your national diversity chair, at slehrman(at)bestwrit.com.”
Is there any wonder that WE the People have no real news to consider anymore?
Marxist mainstream media alleged reporters do not include comparable site’s on duty of a free press to report all the news and let citizen readers choose their form of government without Marxist propaganda. That is of course found in our USA Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence not in a Marxist Propaganda mainstream news media. The Marxists instead of consulting our most precious guiding government documents for guidance instead consult the SPJ sites for diversity.
Impact of “diversity” and reporting of what most people consider fringe stories to "assure fair and equal treatment;" turns into "rule by the minority special interest groups" instead of fair treatment of each individual as constitutionally guaranteed individual rights. It also defies the concept of majority rule as established in a democracy.
Journalistic precepts of fairness are not upheld by creating special interest minority groups that demand special privileges for their group that destroy individual rights of others. This USA republic is unique in that it was based on the concept of democracy, (majority rule) while at the same time preserving individual rights (not group rights) with a bill of rights. The aspect of representation of public will, as established by “We the People” who are by definition the creator and designer of the government has been forgotten in the race to assure groups of individuals have gained group rights not available under provisions of the constitution to all We the People.
That establishment of special interest group rights is discriminatorily based on race, nationality, sexual preference, corporate organizations, powerful wealthy, and by their very definition are designed to destroy the Republic and individual rights of each citizen in the group "We the People."
Failure to recognize this great injustice and violation of the constitution defined bill of rights will destroy our nation. The concept of special interest group rights has created the situation where voters are disenfranchised by not having an equal voice in government. Wealthy and powerful people, bloc voters, and vocal minority special rights groups are able to use their wealth and group power to control elections and our government under the precept that property rights (wealth) and special group rights are protected under the first amendment freedom of speech guarantee.
They in fact as a group have been provided (as a special interest group of wealthy and in many cases corporate institutions) special rights and privileges not available to the individual voters. Black Churches that promote bloc voting, homosexual groups that support a single party and demand other groups do the same of feel the economic threats of litigation, illegal aliens, the Chamber of Commerce and numerous other special interests groups negate the concept of one men one vote in a republic.
WE the People must always provide equal treatment of each individual under the rule of law. Special privileges provided to specific individuals because of the group they join or by birth or by their wealth that make them a part of a protected group has to end before the union is destroyed.
Special interest group rights will always serve to destroy freedom for We the People and reduce our voice in the Democratic Republic until it is control by an aristocracy and ultimately destroyed in the chaos of bitter civil war.
Failed government systems that provided for group rights reduced individual rights of other citizens permeate the pages of history. The power of the press is used to destroy the individual rights of “We the People” guaranteed by the constitution by promoting group rights under the guise of diversity and fairness.
News Media Ethics are established by the Society of Professiona Journalists at the following Website: home site http://www.spj.org/ that lists Society of Professional Journalists ethics rules. http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp.
Members of the Society of Professional Journalists believe that public enlightenment is the forerunner of justice and the foundation of democracy. The duty of the journalist is to further those ends by seeking truth and providing a fair and comprehensive account of events and issues. Conscientious journalists from all media and specialties strive to serve the public with thoroughness and honesty. Professional integrity is the cornerstone of a journalist's credibility. Members of the Society share a dedication to ethical behavior and adopt this code to declare the Society's principles and standards of practice….
“Seek Truth and Report It…….”
Note: There is no mention of how to defeat principles of a democratic republic by establishing group rights that destroy individual rights and the government that permits them to exist. Their Marxist propaganda is at the other sites.
Special note that follows the written full code of ethics:
The SPJ Code of Ethics is voluntarily embraced by thousands of writers, editors and other news professionals. The present version of the code was adopted by the 1996 SPJ National Convention, after months of study and debate among the Society's members.
Sigma Delta Chi's first Code of Ethics was borrowed from the American Society of Newspaper Editors in 1926. In 1973, Sigma Delta Chi wrote its own code, which was revised in 1984, 1987 and 1996.
The alternative story media industry guide for determining how diversity stories are selected and written is found at the following site: http://www.spj.org/dtb.asp . Emphasis is placed on stories instead of news. The best site to start your adventure into the News Media world of Alice in Wonderland is Diversity at http://www.spj.org/diversity.asp . Then click on any of the following magical topics that seem to completely violate SPJ ethics provisions.
Find out how our Democratic Republic is being destroyed by the “mainstream media” that has no interest in “news.” They have assumed roles of “We the People” and now act to govern us with their Marxist slanted propaganda version of news and truth.
Sourcebook Teaching Plan http://www.spj.org/div-gtts.aspMUST READ
“Stimulate thinking about education with a class conversation about each student's pre-conceived notions of the public schools.
2) What is the best way to use sourcing to incorporate a diversity of opinion in a story? Why is this important? How might attention to diversity by race, gender or religious belief affect the way the story is framed? Should journalists always seek an opposing viewpoint? What does “balance” really mean?
3) Despite the diversity of the U.S. population, many demographic groups are commonly left out of the news. In a 2001 study of four national network news programs by Media Tenor, an international media analysis company based in Germany, 92 percent of sources the networks used were white and 85 percent were male.?How does this type of sourcing affect the news?
Introduce the SPJ Rainbow Sourcebook, https://www.spj.org/divsourcebook.aspthe national database of diverse experts on a variety of news topics. Students will use it to identify national sources. At this time, you may want to explain the movement within journalism to improve content to reflect the diversity of the U.S. population. What perspectives do they notice missing in their local news? What perspectives are missing in their own stories?
As a resource for teaching about inclusive methods of reporting and the thinking behind them, consult the SPJ Diversity Toolbox
Anti-Profiling Guidelines http://www.spj.org/divguidelines.asp (a must read site). “On Oct. 6, 2001 at its National Convention in Seattle, the Society of Professional Journalists passed a resolution urging members and fellow journalists to take steps against racial profiling in their coverage of the war on terrorism and to reaffirm their commitment to:
— Use language that is informative and not inflammatory;
— Portray Muslims, Arabs and Middle Eastern and South Asian Americans in the richness of their diverse experiences;
— Seek truth through a variety of voices and perspectives that help audiences understand the complexities of the events in Pennsylvania, New York City and Washington, D.C.
· Cover the victims of harassment, murder and other hate crimes as thoroughly as you cover the victims of overt terrorist attacks.
· Make an extra effort to include olive-complexioned and darker men and women, Sikhs, Muslims and devout religious people of all types in arts, business, society columns and all other news and feature coverage, not just stories about the crisis.
· When writing about terrorism, remember to include white supremacist, radical anti-abortionists and other groups with a history of such activity.
· Do not imply that kneeling on the floor praying, listening to Arabic music or reciting from the Quran are peculiar activities.
The comprehensive lists of advisors and members of related committees establish the incestuous relationships between alleged reporters and Marxist propaganda organizations they work for. These Marxist Propagandist say they are looking for a broad input from all diverse people, have they asked your opinion lately? Look at those special interest groups they do ask for guidance in writing their stories. The following two sites are again must reads.
The Society of Professional Journalists’ Rainbow Sourcebook makes it easy to broaden sourcing beyond the narrow demographic band usually found in the news. Search this database by common news topics to find qualified experts contributed by fellow journalists.
To search, check one or more of the topic boxes, then click ‘search.’ You also can search by other criteria, such as languages spoken, listed below. The sources here are national experts recommended by other journalists. You can also use them to work back to local sources.
Bottom of Form Diversity Tool Box http://www.spj.org/dtb.asp
Sourcebook board of advisors | Acknowledgements
Welcome to the Society of Professional Journalists' Rainbow Sourcebook and Diversity Toolbox. The source book, https://www.spj.org/divsourcebook.asp a database searchable by common news topics, features qualified experts from demographic groups underrepresented in the news. The toolbox offers essays and links to resources that will help you broaden the perspectives and voices in your work. Journalists who want to improve their reporting will find valuable help throughout these areas of the site.
This sourcebook is an important outgrowth of SPJ's mission because it helps make diversity in coverage easy. We highlight diversity in our mission statement because we believe it is essential to excellence and high standards in reporting. We incorporate diversity in our code of ethics because we believe journalists must make every effort to describe all aspects of the human experience, that we must avoid the stereotyping and limited vision that corrupt accuracy. Comprehensive and fair news coverage is essential to an informed public and to democracy itself.
Journalism is often a rushed business. Good reporters must continually find new sources. And~seeking the truth~requires searching for truths and viewpoints that may not be apparent in every newsroom. We hope you'll use this source book often, and we hope you'll add your own suggestions to it to create an even better tool.
— Robert Leger, Past National President
— Sally Lehrman, Diversity Chair
Sourcebook advisors http://www.spj.org/dtb.asp#advisors
If you have any questions about freedom of the press and the lack of it in the USA please dig deeper into the SPJ site and discover how they continue to lie to us by omitting facts, and slanting news to the Marxist Point of view. Never believe anything touted as news printed, televised or broadcast in any way by what many consider the mainstream media.
Marists have now entered the realm of the internet and are following the same guidelines for propaganda distribution on the net. Be careful to not accept any thing you get from that source as factual without confirming it from multiple sources.
If you still believe in the fairy tale of the fair and balanced mainstream news media, please contact me asap, I have some bridges I will sell you cheap, you can make millions if you choose.
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