The problem is clearly unfolding right in front of all of our eyes.
The media have enormous power over the thought process of those people who
fundamentally refrain from questioning the content of the media. Even at school we learn that we will only be rewarded if we can accurately reproduce what is already written in the textbooks.
Thinking for oneself or outside the box is never rewarded at school.
The media has become a powerful political tool.
In an “information war” the media can be used as a weapon
to spread deliberately one-sided information and to refer to the opinion of the “opponent” as false. In this way, the media can create a new apparent “reality” for entire countries and cultures.
PS: Please do not automatically believe what you have read or will read here, but research for yourself and practice listening to the intelligence of your own heart.
Freedom of the press, diversity of opinion and independent reporting
are once again the focus of the mission.
The media are called upon to be carriers of positive solutions
for the transformation on Earth and the regeneration of life,
as well as to report on successful projects and solutions.
8a.) Media houses and journalists are financially independent and free
Mainstream media is currently still (as of March 2021) ruled to a high degree by a small group of media concerns. These media concerns are closely related to politics and economy and determine the content that is presented to us and sold as reality.
In addition, much of the income from advertising placements is generated by corporations that then also have an influence on what is written or shown.
No media will write about or report on something that contradicts the agenda of its bankrollers if it does not want the money tap to be turned off.
In this way, a small group of people manage to manipulate thoughts and destinies worldwide.
“The media is an essential part of a free spiritual life: Only if we are informed about things, can we come to our own conclusions and claim our self-determination in the world. Therefore, any influence on media freedom by the economy, for example to obtain commercial advantages, and by the legal system, for example to conceal oppositional thoughts, is a danger to our own independence and sovereignty.”
In the future, the media will be independent from the economy and the state. Because if the economy controls the media, it is harnessed and used for the purposes of commerce. Likewise, if the state controls the press, it “dances to its tune”, the tune of the ruling government parties.
If media houses receive financial support from the economy or politics, they must officially disclose its source. This provides clarity as to whom – which investor, financier – the content of the newspaper articles, radio or television programs may be of service to.
Journalists are free and have no financial or ideological dependency on any newspaper, broadcaster or Internet portal. They are funded by culture and can work for multiple media organizations at the same time.
8b.) Freedom of the press, diversity of opinion, quality journalism and independent reporting
Diversity of opinion, especially the publication of system-critical voices, is extremely important in order to prevent an opinion dictatorship and to allow readers and viewers to have a wide range of perspectives, facts, visions and experiences on a certain topic.
In 2020, a global wave of censorship – unprecedented in the history of our civilization so far – and virtually throughout all main media outlets across the entire world began:
Critics of the measures promoted by the mainstream media, such as the lockdown policy, PCR tests or mass vaccinations, were blatantly branded and denounced as “corona deniers”, “conspiracy theorists” or “right-wing extremists” by the media.
On the social media platforms founded by “Big Tech”, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, tens of thousands of channels and profiles of people with opposing opinions to the mainstream narrative were deleted, millions of postings were removed and thousands of scientists were publicly denounced. Many of them also lost their jobs as a result.
For this purpose, algorithms were used that automatically delete a message if it contains content that defies the mainstream narrative.
At the same time, so-called “fact-checker” platforms were set up, which in turn are financed by the same bodies that also finance the mainstream media.
This has led to an enormous division within society, even within families.
Finding information from more than one source is the order of the day. Usually, the differences on a particular topic say more than the similarities.
“Freedom of the press (Link to Wikipedia) or freedom of the media refers to the principle that communication and expression through various media, including printed and electronic media, especially published materials, should be considered a right to be exercised freely. Such freedom implies the absence of interference from an overarching state. Freedom of the press or the media shall guarantee freedom of information, free formation and expression of opinion, pluralistic diversity of opinion and thus democratic decision making as well as the transparency and control of politics by public opinion. During the “Corona crisis” we became increasingly aware that the media has the power to massively influence and direct everyone individually as well as the entire population. Therefore, there must be no more unilateral manipulative and destructive propaganda or censorship.
Finding information from more than one source is the order of the day because the different perspectives on a topic usually give us more insight than we gain by reading similar articles. Hearing different opinions and weighing them against our own experience and perception trains our minds and can expand our worldview enormously.
Journalists remember their responsibility in forming opinions and prove themselves worthy of it. If they state their own opinion, this has to be clearly marked as such. “Facts” can be checked, sources are communicated transparently.
Truly investigative journalists are valued: People who are courageous and curious to uncover irregularities, do in-depth research, get an on-site picture and, ideally, also document possible solutions.
8c.) The media report positively and support their readers in strengthening their personal responsibility
Since it was often essential for survival in the history of humankind to pay more attention to threats than to good things in life, our brain is programmed to give more meaning to threats, scares and negative messages.
Therefore, the media soon recognized that negative headlines, horror reports about diseases, disasters, murders, terror attacks and wars increase viewing figures.
This in turn leads to the fact that the world, and humanity as a whole, are portrayed in a rather
gloomy light which is stored in our subconscious as a false picture of “reality”.
A reality which is designed to create a fear response in our system.
Fear, on the other hand, not only damages our immune system, it also adversely affects our ability to think clearly and to make healthy decisions. Anxiety and stress can lead to chronic panic or depression and can make us sick in the long run.
As unconscious creative beings, we then create a gloomy reality out of these “negative” programs ourselves.
A perpetual cycle that – from now on – is being interrupted by a positive, wholesome view of the world and its people that is also conveyed by the media!
State support is only given to media that refrain from reporting luridly about dangers, catastrophes, accidents or crime, but rather report about positive events, successful projects and solutions.
During the annual flu season or potential pandemics, information on strengthening the immune system, prevention and healing is communicated. In addition, opinions and advice, warnings and healing successes from competent and independent doctors, virologists, immunologists, etc. are incorporated.
8d.) Already at school, young people are invited not to thoughtlessly believe mainstream or social media, but rather to form their own opinions
Our school system has been conditioning young people by rewarding them with a feeling of recognition and integration into the community when they reproduce broadly and flawlessly what the “curriculum” dictates.
A critical attitude toward these school media, in turn, is
punished with poor grades.
This has been so deeply programmed into the minds of most children
that later on as adults they can only break through the wall of the mainstream media narrative with conscious effort.
A child can only reach a higher level of consciousness if it develops an awareness of its thinking processes and critically questions its own thoughts.
We should therefore support our children in not accepting anything as a fixed reality – and especially not what they hear in the media. They are encouraged to listen to a wide variety of opinions, tune into the intelligence of their heart, trust their own feelings, and do a reality check in their own life.
Subsequently, children will ideally be able to recognize themselves as being pure, formless consciousness.
Media reports are always questioned:
From what perspective and with what intention is something written? What does this media want me to believe & cui bono – whom does it serve if I believe this? What does my common sense say, what does the intelligence of my heart tell me? Which worldview is this article trying to underpin? Is the post trying to activate emotions? What other publications by the author are available? Which institutions is the author close to?
8e.) Social media platforms
In principle, social media platforms can be seen as a wonderful achievement that enables people to connect with others worldwide, make their talents visible, offer their gifts or make their knowledge available to many people.
But as the well-known example with the kitchen knife shows:
You can prepare a wonderful meal with a knife – but you can also injure or kill living beings with it.
So, what are the challenges that we must face intelligently?
* As already mentioned, the operators of social media platforms currently
still have the power to use censorship to guide opinions and influence the
fate of entire countries.
* Many of the social media platforms were founded by secret services in order to have the user data served on a silver platter. This data is sold to corporations or used for monitoring.
* Many children are downright “addicted” to social media from a very early age –
be it after the kick of getting a “like” on a “post” or because of the latent fear of missing out on something. How often do we observe children who sit next to each other but no longer have any real contact, communicating with their cell phones instead?
* Cyber bullying has become a major problem and results in a number of suicides committed by children, adolescents and adults every year.
* Pedophile networks use social media platforms
to “hunt” and exchange strategies.
* “Influencers” – people who often pretend to be living a certain life and can thus influence millions of others – emerge in a much stronger and faster way than the classic media ever could. It becomes problematic, for example, if people start to compare themselves with these influencers and experience a decrease in their natural self-confidence because their own life,
their appearance, suddenly appears pale and uninteresting next to these perfectly styled, made-up and staged idols – or if we have allowed this influencer to set up a speaker’s corner in our own mind.
The posting of material glorifying violence to humans and animals, as well as any direct or indirect call for pedophilia, is prohibited on all social media platforms.
Platform providers are not allowed to arbitrarily censor content or users by themselves.
8f.) Everyone has the right to move around in their environment without being influenced by advertising
Advertising is basically there to persuade people to buy things by artificially simulating a lack of some sort, creating fears or creating needs that were not there before.
Advertising draws our attention specifically away from the encounters of our lives in the “Now,” the adventure of life, to an “Only when I have this, will I be happy.” mentality. Advertising would have us believe that we find fulfillment in buying things. True fulfillment, however, can only come from within.
Advertising has a direct effect on our subconscious and, through constant repetition, becomes an unconscious, parasitic part of our thinking.
Advertising in public places will be discontinued with immediate effect.
Signs that lead to local businesses remain. Advertisements on radio and TV stations are announced in advance and provided with a time stamp in order to give listeners or viewers the opportunity to evade them in good time.
Advertising on the Internet is only shown after a prior, clear declaration of readiness given by the user.