sábado, 12 de noviembre de 2016

Manipulació interesada

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La imprevista elecció de Donald Trump ha posat al descobert l'existència de manipulació interessada de la premsa i agències d'en decantantar l'opinió per un o altre candidat a la presidència del pais mes poderós del món i per conseqüència l'ordre mundial presentant-lo com un monstre, homòfob, islamòfob etc ... els americans aquesta vegada van voler decidir pel seu compte, sense intermediaris que modifiquessin els teus missatges En aquest cas els mitjans d'informació que es van dedicar amb afany a organitzar el futur dels americans no van aconseguir el seu objectiu interessat.

La carta de disculpa als seus lectors del New York Times es confessa i confirma aquesta apreciació. És pràcticament impossible que 70 milions de nord-americans s'hagin equivocat

Caldrà que tornem a pensar per nosaltres mateixos, abans de prendre les decisions que previsiblement, a servir-nos un plat precuinat, poden estar manipulades per endavant.

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To our readers,

When the biggest political story of the year reached a dramatic and unexpected climax late Tuesday night, our newsroom turned on a dime and did what it has done for nearly two years — cover the 2016 election with agility and creativity.

After such an erratic and unpredictable election there are inevitable questions: Did Donald Trump’s sheer unconventionality lead us and other news outlets to underestimate his support among American voters? What forces and strains in America drove this divisive election and outcome? Most important, how will a president who remains a largely enigmatic figure actually govern when he takes office?

As we reflect on this week’s momentous result, and the months of reporting and polling that preceded it, we aim to rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of Times journalism. That is to report America and the world honestly, without fear or favor, striving always to understand and reflect all political perspectives and life experiences in the stories that we bring to you. It is also to hold power to account, impartially and unflinchingly. We believe we reported on both candidates fairly during the presidential campaign. You can rely on The New York Times to bring the same fairness, the same level of scrutiny, the same independence to our coverage of the new president and his team.

We cannot deliver the independent, original journalism for which we are known without the loyalty of our subscribers. We want to take this opportunity, on behalf of all Times journalists, to thank you for that loyalty.


Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr.


Dean Baquet

Executive Editor


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