Media and news are changing faster than ever. New tools, platforms and outlets are being accessed every day, while mixed in with old remnant networks.
The world has never had so many amazing information resources at its fingertips and yet, this 21st century space is becoming increasingly politicized along 20th century binary paradigms, with the demand for disinformation threatening to overtake real information.
Critical thinking is becoming an endangered skill, and social engineers are taking advantage of society's vulnerability through digital tribalism and mass mind control.
Understanding the media landscape and its information framework will be key to surviving this digital tsunami in the decade to come.
past decade, Patrick Henningsen has helped to inform and educate
millions of readers and viewers worldwide on some of the most
challenging and important social and political issues of our times. He
is an independent
voice on 21st century geopolitics, as well as a controversial media
critic, deconstructing and demystifying mainstream dialectics and
paradigms. Patrick is widely
recognized for his down to earth, dynamic lecture presentations and
workshops, and for his candid commentary and timely predictions and
analysis of world events. Currently, he is an editor and founder of
the news and media analysis website 21st
Century Wire.com and host of the popular weekly 'Sunday
Wire' radio show, which broadcasts live every week on the
Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR).
Patrick is also a regular global affairs analyst and independent
correspondent for RT
News International (Moscow), and has also appeared on ITN
Jazeera English (UK), Going
Underground on RT (UK), and has also appeared on the popular syndicated
radio program Coast
to Coast AM (US), Red
Ice Radio (Scandinavia), and his
writing has been featured in a number of publications including The
Guardian (UK) and New
Dawn Magazine (Australia).