The truth and being objective

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Re: Why the British Law of Criminal Libel came to Samoa, and how it ended As a political consultant, I am not a fan of the media. I am a practicing faithful of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith, and a registered conservative Republican. 

As a minority and a naturalized citizen of this great country of the United States of America, I and a handful of others are outnumbered every time as we go against the tides of the liberal media machine on a daily basis. We are attacked mercilessly. 

This is nothing new, especially when you’re dealing with the uneducated mob, fueled daily by propaganda put out by the media and its cronies.

What is my point here? 

I have been trained to “spot check” bias and prejudiced articles put out by any news outlet. I follow the money, the sources and affiliations through countless research. Because man is a creature of habit, his tendencies are usually exposed and subsequently “trips” himself. It is always the case because “truth is a double-edge sword,” and anything hidden always comes out eventually.

Point further being: Whatever side you stand on, know that the “Truth”, which is always “Objective” and not subjective - stands on its own merit. It doesn’t lean to one side or the other, but it cuts like a knife.

 

Nafanua Salamasina Muagututi’a

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