The world is now in a period of rapid social change, with the social upheaval that followed the 9/11 terrorist attacks transforming the entire world into a post-modern era.
It has become clear that the era of the “post-truth” has taken over the planet, and now people must live in a post world, where everything has become a lie.
In order to combat this, the media has been trying to push a new, post-truth agenda.
It is the job of journalists to expose the lies and distortions of this new world order.
This is the main reason why we need to get rid of all traditional media, like newspapers, magazines, newspapers, radio, TV, and radio, magazines and newspapers, and replace them with online media platforms.
But it’s not just about news, as we have seen in recent times.
What about entertainment?
We all know that the new reality is that of “reality TV” and it is very difficult to expose these fake shows as reality.
There are now over 2 billion people in the world.
We all understand that the Internet has brought new possibilities to the media world, but to make these new possibilities available to the people, it is crucial to take action to stop the lies, lies, and distortions that the media peddles.
As a journalist, I try to report on news events in a fair and impartial way.
This way, we all know what the news is about and that we are not making things up.
But, we have to be careful about our choices.
We must not accept lies, false information, and misinformation.
This article was first published in The Washington Post on May 30, 2018.