Information and Knowledge

Right to “unbiased” information and knowledge

“He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors.” Thomas Jefferson

All of the solutions to all of our problems hinges on this one category. Knowledge is indeed power and there is an element of society that fears our gaining knowledge and correcting the flaws in information distribution and democracy.  Matt Foster – Civis Mundi Sum

Preamble Considerations

Public funded radio and TV, freedom of speech, right to full disclosure, artificial news, exposing “False Flag” operations, academic freedom, unattainable higher education, concentration of media in too few hands, net neutrality, Media oligopoly, freedom of the press and editorial independence, limit news diversity and reduce news quality, access to research, freedom from propaganda and dogma, the print-media, broadcasting & film industries, adequate coverage of the 26 relevant issues as identified on this site and others, education vs entertainment, appropriate funding, accountability and transparency,analyze and scrutinize the policy and politics of a nation, demonizing of by special interests, vehicle for public debate and opinion, freedom from foreign influence,

Issues that could be prioritized into a 25 year plan (would you like to take on this category?)

  • Introduce ?
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 The first global petition might look something like this:

Directed To: The governments of all 190 (plus) countries of earth.

“As concerned citizens of this planet, we urge you, our political representatives, to set up an independent body to administer public broadcasting and to ensure that such government has no direct control of policy, salaries or working conditions ” – Of course the first item for consideration need not be as shown. It is however important that we get a start.

Video links by others (What are you suggestions?)

None found yet

Groups reporting on this category (what are your suggestions?)

Wikipedia article

Friends of CBC



It would help if you supported some of these groups

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