The Value of Memes

The media commonly uses perception rather than facts in order to create public opinion. Perception is formed by what the media presents in images much quicker and more efficiently than what it presents in words. This is the value of memes, however the media has been using memes ever since the first photograph appeared in a "news" article.

Here is an example. At the popular Natural News website, a Blonde White female "scientist" is pictured in an article describing crimes that were committed in a crime laboratory by a non-White chutney monkey.

Why picture a White woman in an article about a crime committed by a non-White? Because they know it leaves the impression that Whites are also criminals, and they cannot be accused of "racism" reporting crimes committed by aliens.

For this same reason, when on infrequent occasion a news report containing black-on-white crime is reported, television news producers usually have a black or other non-white reporter present the story.

The original story is found here: State of Massachusetts caught using falsified lab tests in convictions; thousands exonerated after fake science exposed, or click here for a screenshot.

The actual perpetrator of the crime, Annie Dookhan, who was known when the Natural News article was written, is pictured below from a scene in the courtroom where she was convicted: