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is one uniquely different than those of other countries. The country is divided between pro and anti-war sentiments, and the choice to support the decisions made by their government. While the war rages on in Iraq, hundreds of thousands of protesters have flocked to the streets to show their concern for the Iraqi people and for America on an international level. Though these opinions are held by roughly half the American people, there is also an overwhelming sense of nationalism and pride that overflows into the media. The media is being quite fair in representing those who are against the war, while also being supportive of the government. America is not a nation of people who turn their backs on their country; it’s one where when the Star Spangled Banner is played there are tears in the eyes of the citizens who fled bloody battles, where people display the flag year-round, and though we hold strongly in our belief of individualism, we reach out to those in need to help hold them up during hard times. War is one of those hard times. During this period America is seen as a “bully” trying to conquer the world. To this I have to point out that the history of America has never been one of imperialism, in fact most of the wars that have been fought have been solely to support our allied countries. If it wanted to take over other countries then the Marshall Plan would have never come to be, and America would have made an effort to buy parts of the European countries instead. In any case, any country that would or could be the world superpower would come under international attack at some point or another; it’s not just that it’s an American thing. The American media is covering fully the campaign in Iraq, including the soldiers killed on both American and Iraqi sides. It’s not totally
In fact there are channels that have been dedicated 24 hours to cover every aspect of the war. The scenes were gruesome and one can only imagine what the locals there might be going through. In yet another unfortunate incident. It was estimated that about 90 Billion US dollars has already been spent. and bloodshed. American soldiers were taken Prisoner Of War (POW) and their interview was broadcasted on television. Especially since its availability to millions at once it becomes a massive responsibility that it be used cautiously and not become emotional. The American people are resolved to support the troops in Iraq and elsewhere. the family of these loyal patriots was also shown in the media. A recent survey in a magazine showed that the complete world poverty could be eradicated with 45 Billion US dollars. Essay from Ravi. Our spirit is not one against the world. It will help bring forward the ill effects of a war. and civilians whose only mistake was that they happen to be there at that moment. poverty. help make the future of Iraq one that is not of torture. economy of all parties involved and pain in hearts of those who may have lost their kith or kin. There were pictures of soldiers who died on the battleground. The recent war launched by the US and its allies (coalition force) on Iraq has wide media coverage in the US. . loss of lives. In today's world of the technological era it has become possible to show live pictures of what is happening hundreds of thousands of miles away. and strengthen the fact that war is never a solution to any situation and will only lead to more aggression. Just because America is the leading (and not only!) nation to enforce the UN resolution 1441 does not mean that the reason is oil. This comes in a time when the already sagging economy is looking for a breather. in their opinion. Just recently live pictures showing bombing of the Baghdad city was shown on television. In addition. but for it. This kind of coverage will have a deep impact on the lives of the consumers of the media. At the least these dollars could have been spent to make the world a better place to live. USA The media plays a huge role in influencing one's thoughts and perception of any situation.biased towards the US perspective but remains supportive of the soldiers who are risking their lives and their livelihood to.