Sunday, November 27, 2005
Our Newest Op Ed
- By R.A. Hawkins
I wondered how long it would take for the media to try to take control of the war in Iraq. It really didn't take all that long for it to happen and one of the people I work with commented on how the media worked it. He said that they get in there and run with the herd and then try to redirect from the inside. I told him that there was a phrase that put a nice name and face on it. It is called the Hegelian Dialectic. But what we're really looking at is the face of Karl Marx. He really didn't have any use for that religion stuff, but he saw an opportunity to put the concept to use. What Marx actually did was do a dialectic of the Hegelian Dialectic. If you will read the first link provided below you might begin to see other examples of this concept in the media and in their fair-haired boys, the left-wingers.
As the war ramped up and became inevitable, the liberals realized that what they had been saying all along was actually going to be acted upon. When that occurred even the media had to sign on. They had no choice but to get in there with the rest of the herd. 'To be heard, join the herd' if you will. It was the same thing it has always been with them. They joined in so they could merge with the common voice, all the while waiting to regroup and take over the wording of all arguments and discussion. The only way to control a thing is to control the dialogue and that is what they have finally done..............
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