Corporate Media Are the Anti-WikiLeaks

The media frenzy appeared unanimous in its focus on identifying the leaker more than reporting on the newsworthy content of the material.

In contrast, Assange went to the absolute limits of human endurance for the sake of protecting whistleblowing sources.

Journalists are entrusted by the public to reveal truth, not serve the powerful in a witch-hunt for sources of the truth. Instead, The New York Times and its co-conspirators from Bellingcat appear to have been seeking to punish a leaker who exposed the U.S. government and the corporate media’s lies.

The legacy news media is not simply a second-rate form of journalism in comparison with WikiLeaks, but its intentional opposite.

Source: Corporate Media Are the Anti-WikiLeaks

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