The Left Insists That Anyone Who Does Not Agree Must Be A Racist

News Flash: Just because someone disagrees with your faulty logic, failed programs or socialist agenda, doesn’t make them a racist.

The reality is that much of the left’s name-calling is in complete hypocrisy. You see, under the Democrat leadership under Barack Obama, the former community protest organizer and now president, has set race-relations back generations due to race-baiting and purporting victimhood for anyone other than white. That may help get votes but it does a terrible disservice to a nation which is supposed to be all-inclusive and was on its way to finally realizing that strategic goal. America does not need more of the same from these current trends of divisiveness, nor does the name-calling foster a positive future towards our goals – America needs a change, not a continuation of a political dynasty, intent on the ultimate power and going global.

The United States of America is a great nation, regardless of what the left might have you believe. Recently, a Canadian Voter told me that America used to be great, but it isn’t anymore. He said we were “not greater than many other nations in innovation, academics, or anything else, and that Walter Cronkite would roll over in his grave if he saw how ridiculous right-wing brainwashing media was today.” Well, I am sorry I disagree, please don’t call me a racist.

Since I so vehemently disagree, let me explain; This is the greatest nation in the world and we can make it better, as a last year baby-boomer, I’ve seen it all, and hardly appreciate the “apologetic approach” to diplomacy and denial of our hard fought gains on every front, in every industry and nearly every arena of science. To deny that the USA isn’t the greatest nation, again, it’s just denial of observation, something that the politically correct of the world and even our own academia, and half our population has keenly mastered.

Whereas Walter Cronkite might be turning over his grave but the Canadian’s own Marshall McLuhan would be laughing in his having fully understood and predicted the mass-medias pull on the human mind. Today the Clinton News Network (CNN) and MSNBC have done well in hiring the spouses of Washington DC leftist politicians and insiders and their commentary isn’t much different than RT, ripping into their opposition at every turn. We cannot believe anything in our media, nor can we trust the segments on Al Jazeera or the BBC both with obvious slant, even NPR is problematic with their choice of topics and interviewed guests with pre-ordained leftist bias. Sure FOX News, is clearly bias, so what? It’s just a mere polar opposite, just as in physics, what can one expect?

Touching the Sky: How High-Rise Elevators Reach the Top

In the world’s tallest monuments of glass and steel, passenger elevators are perhaps the least venerated work of engineering. The beautifully fitted, well-lighted and air-conditioned interiors of a lift are designed that way so you don’t think about the complex machinery that keeps it running. But have you ever wondered how on earth you were able to get to the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa in just a minute?

Although humans are no stranger to unprecedented speed, being inside the fastest elevators in the world is a rather fascinating experience. This breakthrough enables towers to reach greater heights, and with city skylines going even higher every year, lift-making appears to have no limits as well. Let’s take a look at the amazing science behind the world’s fastest elevators.

Lightweight lift system

The secret behind the fastest and tallest elevators is lightweight technology. High-rise elevators move faster and smoother because ultra-lightweight components allow them to do so. Lightweight materials and highly durable carbon-fibre hoisting ropes enable elevators to have better performance, accuracy, reliability and energy-efficiency.

Traffic design

In lift engineering, traffic design is just as important as speed and size. It is an important part of the equation to creating an efficient and reliable lift system. The key considerations in traffic design are the average waiting time, or the average amount of time passengers wait for a lift, and the handling capacity, or the maximum number of passengers transported within five minutes.

The speed of the lift is just as important as the amount of time passengers need to wait for a lift. Elevator monitoring systems also help maintenance technicians detect urgent problems, optimise performance and eliminate downtime.

Of course lift interiors matter too but that’s more from a user’s point of view rather than a purely technical perspective.

Quick Escapes

High-rise buildings that have express lifts, those that travel from the ground floor to the highest floor, heavily rely on carbon-fibre and lightweight lift systems. A lift of its height must withstand high frequency to avoid downtime. There are also some buildings, such as London’s Shard, that have changeover floors that lets passengers switch lifts to get to the highest floors, which helps minimise wait times.

In the world’s tallest and busiest skyscrapers, elevators should be up and running at all times. It is, in fact, a great irony to not be able to reach the top of a building designed to touch the sky.

When the Media Hires Storytellers

The growing number of news channels has brought the need for 24/7 sharing of high-quality information, promoting the requirements of public awareness as well as for edutainment purpose.

However, the live coverage of every event is not only painful but sometimes unnecessary as the news may not be relevant to the viewers and incidents worthy enough to be formed as the subject of argument and put on the display banners may not be as easy to be found.

The over explanation has led to a single immomentous epoch showed in an hour of the daily show being repetitively forecasted. The only difference being in the manner of deliverance. Where the host seems to invoke emotions through strategically plotted, viewer- directed thoughts and finishes the rest with his overemphasised speech: consisting of a blend of alternating crescendo and diminuendo. In agreement with the number of times the same footage is displayed with the flashing red circle daunting over the screen.

Some news channels have even brought their entire pontoon of story writers to create false news and bring upon the table a bunch of so- called plausible events, which have little to no correlation with the mortals. “What has an extraterrestrial invasion over Mars got to do with the humans on the earth?” “Who cares what aliens eat baked potatoes or apple pies?” Inevitably, these things when viewed appear to be highly irrelevant, absurd and even humorous.

Shivanjal Tomar, a reporter from Aaj Tak, took his show Vishesh in defence and affirmed “the roots of the problem are the people itself, what they want from us is to display news all the day long and clearly this isn’t possible. The degree of relevancy and proximity of the areas is a crucial factor determining the news to forecast every day.” said the 24-year-old reporter.

The areas under surveillance and suffering from a catastrophe or the base camps of terrorists are the most feared to trespass.

Reporters are unwilling to go there for fear of death and this primarily affects the news circulation, at times a channel may provide exclusive footage of the same news and the things may get heated up for the rest owing to the increasing demand to prove supremacy and maximum audience retention.

Under such conditions an hour clip may get trimmed to a 2 min video and bought rights from, the show has to go on till the end of the moment. What can the reporter do in the end?

Wardrobe malfunction is perhaps the most over-exploited topic of any news channel. The ones who used to distribute similar contents have formed their separate channels showing a female voice seductively give a sneak peek into the show or repetitively pinpoint at bare cleavage or the marital status of an actor in the backdrop. A woman hosts the entire show wearing tight outfits to make her look voluptuous, and the question arises what does the media want from us, are we some loafers ogling before our television sets for a woman who had half of her zipper pulled off? Why has the media employed daily soap techniques of ridiculous cliffhangers to evoke self-interest and suspense on viewers part.

The phrase “idiot box” given to television was some way contradicted by the intellectual presence of media pressing affairs which had any practical importance, however, the detrimental status of the news channels has once again brought the statement to correctness.

The future of media is uncertain after such incidents.