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Defragment media

Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:38 pm
by madmin
In 1987, Ronald Reagan repealed an act which stated that a news company must speak the truth if it wants to act as a news agency. Fox News is not even allowed to set up shop in Canada because they still have this law there. This is obviously another complete slap in the face of democracy, because it allows the rich to use the media as a lying propaganda machine, which it basically is in the United States. I believe in the same breath Reagan had also removed the limitation whereby a media company is allowed a maximum 30% control of the market. Now there are companies in the US where a single one owns all the radio, newspapers, TV and so forth in a single city. This is obviously extremely dangerous and it shows how asleep people are in the US that they don't even know about this or do not realise that this is very dangerous. It gives way too much power to the corporations and the rich. Like one of the Rothchild's once said: "To control the population you need to control the flow of information." Which is obviously why around 1820 they purchased Reuters, and I believe later also AP. People, please wake up.

Re: Defragment media

Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 3:07 pm
by Neddelux
This argument is moot in a post internet world.

Re: Defragment media

Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:22 pm
by madmin
it is refreshing that more and more people are distrusting the mainstream media, let that continue. unfortunately the war still wages, with youtube (google) and facebook dictating what fake news might be and pulling the plug on some organisations, or net neutrality potentially gone. not to mention that it seems to becoming standard for heads of state (already includes the US) to have an internet kill switch. so when they are ready they will just fabricate some disaster like the 911 inside job, declare martial law and put us all in the dark, spoonfeeding us what info they want and try to drive us all into ww3, their wet dream. we need our own free internet. elon musk seems to be making some potential headway in that department.