Voluntary Contributions Are Worth the Price Not Paid

TMS PEACE JOURNALISM, 17 July 2017

Antonio C. S. Rosa | Editor – TRANSCEND Media Service

Why we don’t attach value to what we don’t pay? The TMS WD is FREE for readers but not COST-FREE. If everyone in our list gave €20/month we would eliminate fundraising and could concentrate exclusively on what matters: Peace Journalism.

Think about it. We are passing the hat among ourselves not to ask outsiders and to avoid posting ads–especially their strings. How much you pay for your cable company? Just compare the substance. PLEASE PITCH IN. Be a part!

 

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One Response to “Voluntary Contributions Are Worth the Price Not Paid”

  1. Steve says:

    Peace Journalism???

    U mean 911-twoofing, anti-vaccine hysteria, chemtrails, and the rest of the extreme right agendas usually found at Alex Jones and the rest of the fascists?

    The good stuff is drowning in alt-right conspiracy idiocy Antonio. Few will pay for that kind of propaganda.

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