Corporate Media seek to control you

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  1. James_Newman

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    http://www.corporations.org/media/

    Seeing the backlash against the media outlets over their lack of coverage of Ron Paul ( http://www.ronpaul2008.com go Ron go!) has been an interesting lesson. It should be painfully obvious that these corporations do not see their mission as providing access to all the information you need to make your own decisions, but rather providing the information that will cause you to make the decisions they will allow. They are gatekeepers. The reason they want regulation of the internet is because the internet is the one medium that they cannot dominate. The reason Ron Paul seems to have no support outside the internet is because they will not allow it. But on the internet, Ron Paul is amazingly popular. Why is that? Once people know what he stands for, they realize he stands for them, not the corporations and big government. The corporations and big government don't want you to know that there is someone who will take your side against them, who has values like yours (unless you get your values from the approved media outlets, that is) and believes that the constitution is more than just an old piece of paper. We need to get his message out to those who are caught in the corporate media web to make them aware that there are other, better choices to be made.
     
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    Certainly this is not a new revelation as a result of Ron Paul?
     
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    No, but it needs to be to a lot of people who haven't figured it out.
     
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    well to some the mainstream media is only expressing the view of the majority so it is ok. Of course only until their view is the minority and then it is oppression.
     
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    "Corporate Media seek to control you"...

    In other news, water is wet.
     
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    Edward Bernays, father of modern public relations, hero to Joseph Goebels had this to say...
    Bernays's clients included President Calvin Coolidge, Procter & Gamble, CBS, the American Tobacco Company, General Electric and Dodge Motors.

    SOURCE

    Until there was an internet the majority view was whatever the corporate elite wanted it to be.
     
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    Al Gore must be kicking himself.
     
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    I cna hear hin now. "What was I thinking"
     
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    Yeah, maybe there's a video on You Tube. It's the corporate media and military industrial complex that want to take the net down and start all over again with their new "globally harmonized" (corporate/security) rules.
     
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    If they succeed in that, there will never again be anonymity online.

    BTW, taking over the corporate media was one of the goals of the Secular Humanists in the early days. (I can't remember if that was a part of the Manifesto or part of their other writings.)

    So far, it's working. It's sensational. If it bleeds it leads. It distracts people and entertains them. (This is one reason that I don't buy the 9-11 coverup conspiracy; the coverup would be sensational!)

    They will release every story that makes Christianity look bad, except the ones that fit their criteria for "good" (such as the anti-death penalty stance of the Catholics). They will print all the hate-crime stories of the white boys dragging a black man behind a truck, but they will bury the story of 6 blacks mutilating, torturing, gang-raping a white couple.

    "Can't we all just get along?"

    Their goal is a one world government, a one world religion, and a one world currency, yet they're a bunch of atheists. They think they're doing the right thing. Secular Humanism, which was declared a legal religion in 1959, is the religion of the world today, and in my opinion, will be the religion of the son of perdition, with slight modifications to accept the "good" religions. Of course, the "good" religions already preach evolution from the pulpit (teaching that man is only dichotomous), preach agains the death-penalty, and support many of the corporate media's pet projects.
     
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    C'mon do really expect the people (orgs) and their agenda who you have correctly identified to expose the goose that laid their golden egg as the total farce it really is? Where is the logic in that? If they were to expose 911 as the false flag terror operation it was, the plan and operations now implimenting the NWO would come to screeching halt as the truth finally dawned on citizens all over the world.

    Do you really think the globalists are that stupid?
     
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    I think that if they had strong evidence (or even proof) of a massive coverup that they would expose it because it would destroy every vestige of trust that the people as a whole have for the government, and would make it easy to go in and sweep up the crumbs and look to a protector to save them from this sort of thing.

    I think that would be much more effective much more quickly than what is going on now.

    Maybe a bit more anarchistic, though, which I think would also lead to making it easier for corporate leadership.
     

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