Corporate Controlled Media
The mainstream media plays a huge role in promoting war by propagating fabricated news to try to justify war. Here are 4 examples.
Let’s be very, very clear: the corporate controlled media loves spreading fear and xenophobia because it benefits from that in numerous ways. Don’t fall for it. Turn if off — and read THIS instead.
A massive terrorist attack disregarded by the mainstream media. Don’t all lives matter?
This video discusses how the Paris terrorist attacks were orchestrated by the globalists, bankers and those who stand to profit from war.
TV and newspapers have proven why they are not the future of news.
The news is surreal because the stories are mostly fool’s gold to begin with; and they’re unrelated. They’re rocks lying around. The anchor picks them up and invents the illusion of One Flowing Stream.
MSNBC edited out a key portion of his Bernie Sanders speech during the debate that was critical of the media, Citizens United, inequality, and oligarchy.
Tragedy is the product, and apparently, we’re still buying.
The unclassified staff email to Clinton, released amid her ongoing email scandal, demonstrates not only that the former Secretary of State and her staff were out to discredit Assange, but that the government manipulates media and wields heavy influence over it.
Alexis speaks with film historian and new media pioneer Randall Libero about the multiple dimensions of Hollywood Film Watch the full interview on YouTube What do motion pictures (Hollywood Film) have to do with human consciousness? According to film historian and new media expert Randall Libero, a lot! When we watch a movie, whether romantic […]
Voices critical of this power structure are rarely heard on the big networks, however, sometimes the truth gets through.
Are you being duped during your regular news program?
What exactly is the truth movement?
When Bernie is mentioned by pundits in the MSM, it’s usually quickly followed by a statement that describes him as “unelectable” or “not a serious candidate.” The New York Times, The Washington Post, the LA Times, and the major networks have all adopted this meme.
Unless you’re already consciously avoiding these mainline media sources, then most of the news and entertainment that makes it onto your screen and into your mind comes from a small pool of corporate sources, all of which play important roles in delivering propaganda, social programming and perpetual crisis narratives to the public.