I am launching a small debate which seems important to me.
Every day, I search the web for news.
It takes a lot of searching to find relevant, or "valuable" information
I notice that many truths are hidden, we are given what we want to give us.
Example, A subject I know well:
Poland, the Polish President's plane crashed in Russia.
The truth is:
All Polish journalists who talk about this subject in Poland are fired.
A place dedicated to the memory of the dead president, and his relatives, has been removed from Warsaw, removed and PROHIBITED.
This country turns into a pro Russian mafia, and no one from Western Europe knows it ...
I am sure that much real information does not reach us from other countries.
We are entitled to news agencies ... which censor everything.
Where does our news come from (from TV or the newspaper?)
Reuters, and other regulatory monsters of the info.
Strike in China for a factory that manufactures photovoltaic panels ... we don't talk about it much, yet a demonstration in China is risky.
Protesters camped outside a factory producing solar panels in eastern China to protest the release of toxic substances into a nearby river, the official news agency Chine Nouvelle reported on Sunday.
The protests began Thursday in the city of Haining in Zhejiang province where 500 people stormed the Jinko Solar plant before being dispersed by the police, she said.
Toxic substances from the factory, which makes photovoltaic panels, have killed many fish in a nearby river and authorities have ordered the company to suspend operations, the official agency said.
http://www.20minutes.fr/ledirect/789450 ... -pollution
No information on the number of people put in prison following this demonstration.
In summary, you have to look for the right info on the net, but not in the direct media.