It was the first race and police incident involving the first black President in the first year of his presidency, which means all news media eyes were
on this story — the Sgt. Crowley Professor Gates affair. What unfolded was a racist travesty that ended up exposing the source of the unsolved race and social justice problem, which is the lack of news media accountability in race and police matters. Additionally, it showed the obvious solution to this longstanding unsolved race and social justice problem is the establishment of an all-inclusive national news media operation that will impose accountability in race matters. This has been the missing ingredient, because of the little known racist practice in the news media of supporting the police in race matters. This is the long-awaited solution we are finally now putting in place.
It’s hard not to see the similarities with members of the integrated news media and the Republican members of Congress who have totally conceded their originally stated values to those of a corrupt Trump administration, all going along with the program with but one exception to date, Congressman Justin Amash.
“The Big Cover-Up” video, shows members of the integrated mainstream news media subordinating their journalistic ethics, to accommodate the mainstream news media’s unwritten racist rule of even knowingly supporting police misconduct in race matters to include the black President. Unlike the Republican members of Congress being totally aware of their sycophancy, there’s a question of witting or unwitting participation by those in the news media.
The Source Of The Problem Has Been Identified Making The Solution Obvious.
The video destroys the two most self-defeating integration myths, showing blacks in law enforcement and the news media just as compliant with the racist traditions and practices as their peers. The “Perry Mason moment” documented in the video shows Sgt. Crowley’s false police report exposed lies in his own voice in the nationally televised 911 call that played on CNN and Fox News.
In order for the cover-up to be successful, the illegality had to be collectively ignored by MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, the hosts and news people who were around during the first years of the Obama administration plus the entire news media. Nevertheless, that’s exactly what happened, making the cover-up successful up until this revelation on this website.
It’s ironic to see the totally justified moralizing by news people against the Republican house and senate Trump supporters while unable to see their own racist complicity
A Study In Human Nature
Both Anderson Cooper of CNN and Greta Van Susteran of Fox New initially engaged in straight forward reporting on this race and police incident involving the black President. They were apparently reigned in by their news organizations since neither followed up on their nationally televised scoops exposing Sgt. Crowley lying on his police report. (obvious consciousness of guilt).
Among the over 200 news people on our outreach list, there are a couple of generations that have come along after the Obama period who are being acculturated into the racist tradition of deferring to law enforcement in race matters. A more recent incident of this racist tutorial conditioning of neophyte journalists was on full display with Chris Hayes interviewing Spencer Ackerman of “The Guardian,” a British news organization. On his MSNBC primetime segment “All In With Chris Hayes.” Chris was incredulous on how the Chicago Police Department Holman Square black sites could engage in secret incarceration and torture of minorities operating for over ten years with no news media exposure despite the presence of major national news media organizations in Chicago.
Nevertheless, Chris never followed up on his discovery. Who knows how often this acculturating scenario has played out where a journalist has indicated their interests in going after a racial injustice story and learns that he or she is in “sacred cow” territory. “That’s stuff we don’t cover territory.” This is yet more evidence along with “The Big Cover-Up” video showing the only solution to this problem is to establish our own all-inclusive national new media operation. We’re talking about covering and reporting the news the way the American people presumed the integrated mainstream news media was doing. Few if any knew, they have actually been aiding and abetting police misconduct in race matters.
The Integrated Mainstream News Media Racist’s Practices Has Real Consequences
The combination of the police “code of silence” and the news media’s “unwritten rule” supporting the police in race matters is the environment of permissiveness that explains the latitude police feel they have, and that those inclined often take when dealing with black Americans. This is even before we get to the unjustified killings of black males by police. However, this permissive setting makes the killings all but inevitable. The lack of news media imposed accountability, which the American people have believed the integrated mainstream news media has been providing is the crux of the problem. That news media guardrail has never been there, which means it’s time for us to put it in place.
We are sharing this solution, with over 200 news people. We only need a few folks to join our GoFundMe $50,000 minimum campaign to produce the Pilot, which is the first step of this endeavor to change the course of history.
Once the Pilot is produced with commercial spots paid for by major corporations showing it’s a viable business concept, it will be streamed nationally via YouTube and Vimeo. One million shares will be offered at $200 each a maximum of 5 shares per individual. This approach has the additional advantage of giving us an initial viewer/co-owner built-in audience of one million and $200 million to launch the all-inclusive national cable news television network.
It’s our responsibility to launch this all-inclusive 24-7 national cable news television network and 24-7 online news magazine giving black Americans national news media representation for the first time in history.