Yesterday, I was watching cable TV, and surfing the World News. Well this indicates Russian TV now has a section in New York City, and they blast their show into the living rooms of Americans. Although many are not aware of the, they've been airing for several years now. Something which bothers me about the whole lot may be the leftist-slant in commentary. Of course, FOX news on another hand is wholly to the best and CNN is also left-leaning, and Al Jazeera which also now is brought by cable is a fascinating mix of both depending on what one sees the world.
Nevertheless, you've to admit the planet has really changed over the years. Russian TV in the USA, I bet our grandparents would have never believed that would ever happen, but here we are and that's what sort of world has changed. Now then could it be wrong for Kartina TV
Russian TV to talk negatively about capitalism and our government? Other stations do, but still this indicates a little different coming from Russian TV.
In lots of regards, I'd say that Russian TV station must be thankful that it is even allowed to be here, but however the US offers complete freedom in the media. It seems I are having issues with an anti-Capitalist guest on Russian TV talking down on capitalism, but since MSN, CNN, and other stations take action, I guess we shouldn't complain, and they do have the best to state their opinions as guests on that network.
The way in which I see it is there are enough de-tractors of capitalism, and enough people in the US preaching socialist theory to keep us busy for a long time, so I'm unsure I wish to have it rubbed in by Russian TV. Obviously, as I said, I'm just as miffed at CNN sometimes and a number of the news commentators on most of the other US news stations. Additionally, I don't think it's right to have TV guests on major media news which have never participated in the free-market system discuss capitalism, regardless of the network because if they've never run a company, or never owned a company, what can they really know, or understand from a fundamental standpoint about capitalism?
You see, I began my first business when I was 12 years of age, and throughout my life I've seen the ability of capitalism, I've watched and participated. Is absolutely amazing, and there's nothing that can't be done, and there's no human need, want, or desire which cannot be delivered. Further, it is going to be delivered more proficiently than any government could ever hope to. Americans could be wise to demand which our government move more towards free markets and capitalism, and away from socialism, and as far far from communism as possible.