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GLS - Special Comment - Politics in the Media

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Today,  Dale takes on the state of politics in the media and his personal views on the topic. 

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Since covering the news in greater detail, I discovered some trends that a rather disturbing and wow we are kind of in the worst of it at the moment. In 2016...or at least what 2016 should be, we are deciding on where the world should be going next - with all of the assorted elections taking place that might be the case. But the media paints a different picture of how 2016 is actually panning out - we’ll get to that. And as many of you have asked I thought this week would be a great excuse for me to get all of my cards out on the table. In saying that the media has decided to take a back seat on 2016 rather early so I thought it would be a perfect opportunity period

So here's the thing, since the beginning of time there has been leaders in all aspects of life - people would go on ships - these ships would have captains - whether they're really good or bad morally is another story that I quite frankly I don't really have the time or the expertise to go into -  And they would lead these ships to other nations. Except if you’re European, which magically everyone was born there and didn't actually have to get transported anywhere. Morals and standards drove these ships to better places like this one country - in which I have my birthplace in. And before you ask - yes I went straight to convicts because they are good basis for fundamental principles.

And again it goes right back to whether you think they are good or bad people...morally of course. But despite that stuff, you have to give these captains one thing - they certainly knew how to direct a particular culture of people, which you could argue there is a skill that politicians