OPINION: Daesh has our national media singing their song

DAILY newspapers across Australia continue to give the Daesh cut throats front page coverage at every turn.

If that's not concerning enough now we have the ABC inviting one of their devotees to spill his poison on national television.

When will we ever learn that the best way to treat these heathens is to cut off their open media line to the greater public.

Don't be mistaken, it has been the world's major media organisations' rush to publicise their hideous acts that has delivered them the prominence they have now gained.

Part of the reason Daesh has made such shocking progress toward their far-fetched goal is the enthusiasm with which would-be jihadists from all around the world are flocking to the group to fight in Syria and Iraq.

While we turn away in disgust at their sickening videos, these lost souls instead see them as enlightening.

And it's not hard to see their attrocities. A quick search yesterday of the word ISIS, the other name for Daesh, revealed these heathens drowning 16 prisoners and filming their struggles.

Some may say we should be able to see these videos and we should hear what the Daesh demons have to say.

I agree we need to be informed so we can be on alert in Australia for those amongst us who share the crazed Daesh beliefs.

But being informed does not mean we have to be force-fed their attrocities.

It's what they want and currently major media groups are their slaves.

 



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