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Runaway Bride or Runaway Media?

Monday, 02 May 2005 12:00 AM

So desperate were these news divisions for

Certainly our 150,000 troops in Iraq – under renewed attack from the Sunni insurgency – are more important that a cold-feet, silly young woman in Duluth, Georgia.

Surely the fact that the dreaded Iranians, while about to join the Nuclear Club, are slowly but surely taking over Iraq

Isn't the latest report of North Korea test-firing another missile worth the same coverage as whether or not an innocent husband-to-be would take a police lie detector test in a case where the bride-to-be lied all over the place?

And, speaking of ‘missing people,' what about all the young boys and girls kidnapped, some by estranged parents but many by perverts and pedophiles? And what of the overly sympathetic coverage of Michael Jackson's trial?

No, instead of any balance or reality, the news divisions took the country on a useless and utterly ridiculous ride from Georgia to Las Vegas to a phone booth in Albuquerque – all at the behest of a young woman who is confused over her wedding. OK, so what else is new? This is happening every day all over the world!

Why don't the media cover up every dumping or unreturned phone call the ‘morning after'?

Where is the perspective? Where is the seriousness in the media?

In Iraq we have just learned some staggering numbers:

Now, these numbers are

Because every one of these numbers has a real story of suffering, of a grieving or worried family – and of totally shattered hopes and dreams. Widows, fatherless kids, damaged husbands and other unspeakable suffering are an ongoing story for these people.

This country has to stop being led around by the nose by the so-called ‘mainstream news media.'

We are deteriorating economically and morally as a nation. We are often silly and we trivialize important things.

We need to get back to basics as a nation – and fast.

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