Is Public Media in a Quid Pro Quo Relationship with the Democratic Party?

The purpose of this blog is to showcase how the internet is misused – by “brands” like NPR, PBS, Alaska Public Media, AND the ASSOCIATED PRESS.

First, is a quote I pulled from the Democratic Party website from their “2020 Campaign Platform”.

The paragraphs below that demonstrate how “Alaska Public Media” articles are Optimized so that it is easy to transfer those articles to blogs like this one. The Associated Press article was UNDER-OPTIMIZED to make that news story harder to identify, locate, and make available. Read on to learn more…


“Democrats are the party of inclusion. We know that diversity is not our problem—it is our promise. As Democrats, we respect differences of perspective and belief, and pledge to work together to move this country forward, even when we disagree … we do not merely seek common ground—we strive to reach higher ground. ”DEMOCRATIC PARTY PLATFORM

2020 CAMPAIGN Platform of the democtratic party

By Tegan Hanlon, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Anchorage -February 22, 2021

By Tegan Hanlon, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Anchorage -February 26, 2021

The articles above are made on purpose by Search Engine Optimized tools to be easily seen and transferrable across platforms (embed).

The article below published online today by the Associated Press – is Search Engine Under-Optimized – it cannot be embed – and the “LINK” does not even say what the actual article TITLE is.

This is the REAL Headline and the lead paragraph to the link directly above:

Alaska Native corp cites agency inaction for missed deadline


JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska Native corporation said it was unable to meet a deadline for aerial surveys of polar bear dens in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge because a federal agency did not issue the necessary authorization in a timely manner.

The Kaktovik Inupiat Corp. also took issue with what it calls a “blatant mischaracterization” of what happened and says it is owed an apology.

On Saturday, Melissa Schwartz, a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Interior, said the corporation had confirmed to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials that den detection surveys had not been conducted by a Feb. 13 deadline.

What is important in this blog post includes:

  1. The Democrat Party 2020 Campaign Platform and Statement at the top of this post is was a DECLARATION to get US Citizens to motivate them to vote for Democrats.
  2. But the Democratic Administration not only lied about that above statement, they attacked the Kaktovik Inupiat People as if they are stupid, inept, or irresponsible.
  3. And then as if that is not bad enough, there is the misuse of publicly funded media outlets.
  4. Let’s take a look at that:
  5. These articles were manipulated to either be widely available or UN-available online.
  6. Freedom of the Press in the U.S. Constitution is ONLY in place to protect journalists from government retaliation and to serve as “a” watchdog over the government.
  7. Freedom of the Press in the U.S. Constitution does not protect the acts of people, corporations, publications, consultants, even journalists themselves, from consequences for manipulating how those articles are optimized or under-optimized to be widely available or unavailable online.
  8. I am not even touching on the content – including the misleading photos that are of caribou.
  9. Polar Bear “dens” were the criteria that the Biden Administration cited.
  10. I am certain about the one thing. ..As we know in the Arctic, there is way more underneath the water going on with an iceberg – than what we can see above the water.

Not only does embedding capabilities across online platforms filter messaging.

It conditions the free will of humans to believe it is our individual free will choices, when really we are lab rats – being led to a pre-determined outcome.

And then it uses artificial intelligence and automation to force and create a false sense of choice by humans without the oversight of a human.

Read any definition of
“embedding” and “landing pages”.

Published by Trudy Sobocienski

My blog, "Beyond Leadership" is a creative place to share my personal feelings and thoughts while working in leadership roles for a variety of Alaska Native organizations, both for and not-for profit entities. An incredible leader and mentor of mine once asked while we were in Washington, DC, "What happened to you between the ages of 7-10 that motivated you to serve in a native leadership capacity". I was struck by that poignant thought and as such, include actual entries from my mother and my diaries beginning in the early 1970's. I enjoy sharing these excerpts because it captures the parallels she and I were experiencing throughout life, from two separate worldviews. Hers as a young mother of four and mine as her eldest child. I have never came across a book on leadership that lays bare a leaders personal feelings, thoughts, hopes, fears and dreams they were experiencing. So for me, my goal is two-fold: 1. Share the incredible life my parents created for my siblings and I growing up in remote Alaska; and, 2) Sharing my humanity, through my personal diaries and journals, while serving as the youngest-ever President/CEO for the Alaska Native Health Board. There are passages that will include significant policy issues I was working on throughout my career and travels. There are many more passages that do not. I cannot speak for my mom's passages, because I am reading them as I share them here, with you; with her permission of course.

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