Where can You Find accurate News?
Finding informative and unbiased news is hard these days, hard but not impossible. One of the great things about the internet is the freedom that exists there and the fearless journalists who break down the stories and analyze them, point out the inaccuracies and blatant lies, journalists like John Pilger and Jonathan Cook and these four sites below:
The Canary is content rich with regular articles from a team of dedicated writers. In particular the site highlights political corruption but also covers science and health. What I enjoy about The Canary is the well written pieces, usually 2-3min reads which pack in all the vital information you need and always have practical calls to action. They also cover stories you just don’t see in other sites like this alarming account of the UK governments’ ‘Infrastructure Bill’, a bill that will privatise publicly owned land
Here the editor in chief of The Canary tackles the issue of ‘austerity’
Editor-in-Chief of The Canary smashes myth of austerity to bits (VIDEO) https://t.co/iKhUYUvTiT
— The Canary (@TheCanarySays) 3 February 2016
Another angry Voice is an independent blog run by one person, it has 241, 454 organic followers on Facebook at the time of writing. You will find well researched and very well written articles on issues of social justice and economics. Each article comes with awesome shareable infographic memes like this one………
The Intercept was set up up in support of transparency in the media, founded by Glenn Greenwald, Jeremy Scahill and Laura Poitras back in 2014, you really won’t find news anywhere on the net like you will on The Intercept, just a glance at their recent posts will tell you that, take a look at:
Media Lens have been challenging corporate media since 2001, they were awarded the Gandhi Foundation International Peace Prize in 2007 and have been praised by veteran journos like John Pilger. Media Lens acts as a fact checker against the mainstream narrative of current news and exposing politicians and despotic power figures, in a recent article they discuss murky business deals between oil giants, Shell and popular newspaper The Guardian, these guys really don’t beat around the bush and certainly aren’t afraid to publish hard facts
I check these sites pretty much daily and they all have Twitter and Facebook pages where you can stay updated, give them a try if you want some real unfettered and independent news.