Nobody expressed any interest to the meetings of the Ukrainian Head of the village council with the members of the British Royal Household.
That`s another example of the consequent effect of the so-called “privatization.” The oligarches blocked the information space in the same way as they blocked the country’s industrial development having privatized the main metallurgical and mining enterprises. This way they managed to claim the status of Ukraine to be a raw material country.
Unfortunately, even today, 86% of Ukrainians use TV as a source of information. Only 3% of Ukrainians live without TV. This provides a great opportunity for manipulating people’s minds and prioritizing the benefit of the owners of the TV channels and the newspapers.
They create barriers for new people, seeking for breakthrough in the existing state model, that has failed meeting the requirements of the modern world. And it`s going to get worse…
This is a shameful, regrettable situation and we should shake it. Here is another item from my “secret” election program. In the case of my winning the election, I promise to do the following
Journalists have great power in society, and the awareness of this power must be combined with modesty and a sense of responsibility for the reader. At all times, they sought recognition for not only the high degree of accuracy and impartiality provided, but for their adherence to the rules of the fair play. No wonder that journalism is called the “fourth power”! But today, both, the first three branches of power – legislative, executive and judicial, and the “fourth power” are being violated by the oligarchs and LACKS CREDIBILITY.
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