April 07, 2005
The War On Terrorism
In 2001 when two planes collided into the World Trade Centers in New York City there was mass devastation, even though the media has given the public a brief summary of why this tragic event occurred, the government has not given the public more information on the attack and the events that occurred there after. This article may be biased but it does offer some good points.
My agenda item: Is it necessary for the government to release all of the information that have been given about certain events?
Posted by Kayla Lukacs at April 7, 2005 04:25 PM
I really don't think even if the government had the option to release all the information they had about a certain event that they would. I think they want us to know what they think we should know. Only a certain amount of events are broadcasted and it's basically only the stuff we are "suppose" to hear. I personally think we should be more informed than we are but I don't think that it is ever actually going to happen. So much for a democratic society.
I don't think they tell us everything. I think they are just telling us little things so that we don't know to much. I think that they keep a lot of things from us that we should know so i actually do think they should tell us things.
We arent stupid, we are well aware that the government does not give us all the information about certain things. They dont want us to know when they are wrong, because they cant admit it. I think this is why we are so ignorant and the rest of the world things we are arrogant. We seem arrogant but we are really ignorant, in the correct usage of the word. We are unknowing of whats going on, we are only told the good things about us, and when we never hear anything bad, we dont believe there is anything we do wrong.