With the way things are going in the current world economy, it’s no surprise to see that Mexico’s media has likewise jumped on board the bandwagon of lies and misconstrued concepts to formulate opinions and strategies that are no longer cohesive, coherent or hold any valid assumptions whatsoever. In fact, Mexico has recently gone so far as to lie to the very faces of the executive producers of the media itself. In the last few years alone, inner corruption, drug trafficking and many other issues that hold financial factors in a correlated manner affected Mexico in every way possible.
As such, commentators, journalists and even TV analysts and reporters have made every attempt to to get to the bottom of the facts and cover the truth while holding to their integrity. The difficult part is this: Many have not done so due to the pressure placed by mainstream media and by some of their top correspondents – those with power and influence – which have offered other perspectives to be presented to the table for higher wages and bonuses offered. When money is involved, people usually have a harder time telling the truth and sticking with the facts, throwing integrity under the table for a bit of extra cash, even in an economy that begs for it.
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Let’s face it cut. It’s hard to stick to the facts, especially when you’re very life salary’s on the table. Indeed, many of Mexico’s top media companies have lied blatantly and disrespected many former news correspondents in efforts to get to the bottom of the truth.
What is the truth, some ask? It is hard to answer as it varies from person to person, they say. With such relativistic thinking, it’s even harder to discern among the facts what is true and what is not as well as what’s worth listening to.
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