Entry Submitted Anonymously at 9:54 PM EDT on October 26, 2016
As an avid RV-ian, holding the currencies needed for this transitionary phase, I tune in and pay attention to some of these sites along with at least one conference call regularly. We all have our favourites. Take your pick.
The question I have is why does the information take on a chronically predictive nature. Why do Intel providers have to put out the info that it will happen within a narrow time frame, over and over again. Are they being played by those who created this game, are their egos at work showing that they are privy to information, is it a form of sensationalism in their reports or are they just being devious and wanton in their dissemination of Intel?
How would the Intel sound without all this hype?
Can we appreciate the message then?
What purpose does it serve us to know it might happen this week or within the next few hours?
In the past, yes. Most of us could use that knowledge to prepare mentally or physically for the coming shift. Today, after repeated false releases, many are immune and not taking that aspect seriously or at face value. The strong ones who have a sound grasp of this global event are able to do so. Yet sadly, many who stake their all on a near-future event and have shelved their lives in anticipation become brutally hurt and take a beating.
Responsible journalism and reporting involves ascertaining the facts and gearing towards accuracy. While no one can guarantee absolute ‘truth’, accountability is tantamount. When Intel providers cannot corroborate information, they should say so.
I find that many dispatches are based on opinions, fiction and distorted data. Very few of them ever backtrack or apologise for their earlier false reporting and continue to peddle their ware.
It is time to stop.
We are going to be the owners of vast sums that will put us in a position to make changes to our community and cities. We do not need to take this form of reporting any more. Let us put a stop to this by insisting on responsible Intel journalism.
This site, in particular, should change their parameters for those submitting their scoops.