No, the only chance we have is for news outlets to recognize their awesome reality-creating power and wield it benevolently.
The Germans tried in every way to block the project for it interfered with their scheme to "benevolently" assimilate Angola.
Mrs. Riley counted herself too benevolently shrewd for that.
The stranger looked at us thoughtfully, benevolently almost.
"This is a very bad business, my dear fellow," he said benevolently.
Maximilian regarded him benevolently, thinking it a crisis of emotion.
Isaac laid a hand upon his shoulder and smiled at him benevolently.
Some will be benevolently conceived in a desire to save China from herself and shorten her period of chaos and confusion.
"He can have his choice of any piece in the box," thought Jerry benevolently.
Miss Lydia merely smiled humorously, benevolently, over her work.
mid-15c., "wishing to do good, kindly," from Middle French benivolent and directly from Latin benevolentem (nominative benevolens) "wishing (someone) well, benevolent," related to benevolentia "good feeling" (see benevolence). Related: Benevolently.