Category Archives: Media Bias

Social media campaign for Cyntoia Brown

Anyone who has not heard of Cyntoia Brown, lately, is probably not active on any of the social media, but who needs justice, law and order, when the will of the mob will be a much more liked substitute? I use Facebook. Yesterday, the trickle of Facebook notifications clamoring to have Cyntoia Brown treated lightly, that I had been receiving during the last few days, increased to a flood. A lot of people wanted to get my attention that I had been doing my best not to give. I knew nothing about Cyntoia Brown, decided this morning to check out what the tsunami of publicity was all about and found … Continue reading

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Islamic Rape of Europe : Hyperbole? Justified Claim?

Update 2018 11 29: Appended links to related interviews by Ezra Levant The Islamic Rape of Europe is an exaggeration, but it became a world-wide concern after numerous instances of sexual groping of women on New Years Eve in Cologne, Germany.  What is the truth?  Are the growing public concerns over increasing numbers of rapes and other violent crimes by immigrants in Europe justified?  Perhaps. No link was identified with that image. The claim that the image on the magazine cover is exploding across Europe is at best an exaggeration, if not outright hype.  If such an explosion were happening, we would most certainly notice it being mentioned in the … Continue reading

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Mission: Find domestic violence against women

If the mission is to find domestic violence against women, domestic violence against women will be found. Janet Reimer (a former Edmonton mayor) and other representatives of Alberta women’s shelter organizations appear to pursue another revival of the Super Bowl Battering Hoax from the 1990s. A 1994 commentary on domestic violence against women, as manifested by the Super Bowl Battering Hoax from the 1990s states: “…the Super Bowl “statistic” will be with us for a while, doing its divisive work of generating fear and resentment. In the book ‘How to Make the World a Better Place for Women in Five Minutes a Day’, a comment under the heading “Did You … Continue reading

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Actual Average Lifespans Decline — US Women Lose Big

» Actual Average Lifespans Decline — U.S. Women Lose Big « That should have been in the headlines of the front pages for years.  It wasn’t.  International Women’s Day is not over. It would be over now, largely gone from our minds, if it weren’t for the news.  The news during the past few days mentioned much about discrimination against women, about an escalating epidemic of sexual harassment, about the persistent pay gap (entirely mythical, when examined objectively, which is of course never mentioned) that puts women at a disadvantage, and many more things like that which feminists had decided years ago needed to be eradicated to make women more … Continue reading

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Mass killer, spree killer, rampage killer, serial killer…?

Mass killer, spree killer, rampage killer, serial killer… What is the difference? ‘A Nation of Killers?‘ argues that nationality is not a factor in serial killing and implies that neither is the sex of the perpetrator. It uses the term ‘spree killer’ to identify the phenomenon of mass killers but implies that the borders between the categories serial killer and mass killer are blurred. ‘Breaking the Silence of the Lambs: Female Serial Killers and Collective Amnesia‘ identifies that men do not have a monopoly on being serial killers and that our collective amnesia with respect to female serial killers is quite recent (a consequence of the effectiveness of public relations efforts … Continue reading

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Surgical Fires — Calling Doctor Semmelweis

Dr. Semmelweis is no longer with us, surgical fires are. Laser surgery is at times the source of ignition of fires in operating rooms.  Laser surgery and Dr. Semmelweis’ efforts had and still have similar consequences, good and bad ones.  They save lives, quite a few on account of laser surgery, but vastly more, perhaps as many as or more than half a billion in the case of Dr. Semmelweis’ efforts.  Unfortunately, they also caused and cause injury and death, very rarely in the case of laser surgery, perhaps never in the case of Dr. Semmelweis but once.  What he discovered killed him.  It made him a martyr who died … Continue reading

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The White Rose: Examination of Bias

Updated 2018 09 16: Format corrections, added links to related article on Mildred Harnack Compared to the other members of The White Rose, an organization of predominantly students who peacefully resisted the Nazi-regime, Sophie Scholl receives an extraordinary amount of the interest of the public. That was not always so. The extent of the interest attracted was predominantly directed at, but about equally shared by Hans Scholl, one of the two founders of The White Rose (the other one was Alexander Schmorell), and by Sophie Scholl, who joined them quite some time later, when she eventually attended university. “The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany led by a … Continue reading

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Deliberately killing people creates horror

Deliberately killing people makes many wish to make distinctions, such as whether the killing was • Legal or illegal; • Targeting selected or random individuals; • Of an isolated individual or part of a mass killing; • A part of a mass killing that was large or small; • Justified or not; • Deserved or not; • Brought on by collective or individual guilt of the victim(s); • A result of an act of terrorism or of a government decision; • A consequence of a program of terrorism or war; • A consequence of aggression or defence by the victim(s) that died; and, last but not least, • Brought about … Continue reading

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IVF same-sex conception less eggs

The success rate for pregnancies conceived by IVF is quite low, compared to that for those conceived naturally. Some deformations, e. g.: of the genito/urinary tract, are far more common with IVF. Chromosomal aberrations, for example, are 7.7 times more common for IVF babies carried to term than they are with babies conceived naturally. The IVF procedure outlined in the Telegraph article even lauds the possibility of self-cloning without eggs, which, in view of the costs of IVF procedures that will eventually be developed to that end, will without a doubt create much good will with potential gay couples who have sufficient means to be able to pay for them. … Continue reading

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SEO important web page ranking experiences

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is important SEO is important for anyone who runs a website or a blog.  Blogs are websites, too. Read this commentary, and decide if you should worry about SEO. Believe it or not, I set out to make this a short article, but that was difficult.  It relates to a complex issue: How to influence people, many people, through using the Internet.  It also relates to some things that make it difficult to achieve that.  I dropped the fleeting thought of keeping it short.  By the way, SEO is a misnomer. It is not the optimizing of search engines but the optimizing of web pages, so … Continue reading

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