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post #58 of (permalink) Old 04-16-2013, 11:41 PM
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Re: Are Western "first world country" lives seen as more valuable by the media?

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That is the fault of your media and your people. You can be mad at the U.S. for its actions, but hardly for the actions of your own countrymen.
Obviously. And this is what the Western media essentially does. Likewise, media in the Middle East or Eastern Asia wouldn't as extensively cover the event as Western media has. Therefore, no "lives" mean more than anyone else. It's merely a superficial fixation that depends on location and perspective. That was my initial point.

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