Posts Tagged ‘Corporate media’


The “worldwide AIDS epidemic” is largely a fictional construct created by the pharmaceutical industry. AIDS front groups want to keep spreading fear in order to unlock more fundraising dollars which of course boosts the profits of pharmaceutical and prescription drug companies.

The mainstream media isn’t asking the tough questions anymore… it has already surrendered its soul to Big Business. There’s no room for independent thinkers in our global corporate propaganda machine, and those who attempt to ask reasonable questions will always be condemned for stepping out of line and daring to challenge the status quo. You’re either “on board” with their current AIDS vaccine mythology, or you’re ostracized and shunned by the whole crowd.

Deep down inside you knew that we are all controlled by fear. By our governments and the corporations, they all want us scared because a scared public is easier to control, keep that in mind next time your watching the God box.

You should also take a look at the documentary named “Origins of Aids” and get educated in how the virus came to be.

WOG out.


From the article:

While the “empire of consumption” has been around for a long time, American society in the last 30 years has undergone a sea change in the daily lives of children – one marked by a major transition from a culture of innocence and social protection, however imperfect, to a culture of commodification. Youth are now assaulted by a never-ending proliferation of marketing strategies that colonize their consciousness and daily lives. Under the tutelage of Disney and other megacorporations, children have become an audience captive not only to traditional forms of media such as film, television and print, but even more so to the new digital media made readily accessible through mobile phones, PDAs, laptop computers and the Internet. The information, entertainment and cultural pedagogy disseminated by massive multimedia corporations have become central in shaping and influencing every waking moment of children’s daily lives – all toward a lifetime of constant, unthinking consumption. Consumer culture in the United States and increasingly across the globe, does more than undermine the ideals of a secure and happy childhood: it exhibits the bad faith of a society in which, for children, “there can be only one kind of value, market value; one kind of success, profit; one kind of existence, commodities; and one kind of social relationship, markets.” But corporate-controlled culture not only exploits and distorts the hopes and desires of individuals: it is fundamentally driven toward exploiting public goods for private gain, if it does not also more boldly seek to privatize everything in the public realm. Among US multimedia megacorporations, Disney appears one of the least daunted in attempting to dominate public discourse and undermine the critical and political capacities necessary for the next generation of young people to sustain even the most basic institutions of democracy.

I really wanted to post the article in whole but it’s just to long, so go and read (if your a parent it’s required reading” it because it’s really good and something you should be aware off.

And now I’m going to slam all the parents that force feed their kids corporate media by letting them watch TV.

What the fuck is wrong with you?

You and your partner made a kid now find the fucking time to play, read to and be with your kid, you should be the one that supplies your kid with knowledge not the fucking god box.

And if you happen to not have time for your kid then give your kid a book to read.

You made it, you deal with it!

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WOG out.

Monthly magazine devoted to the critique of consumerism and corporate media.

News magazine and online community that creates original journalism and amplifies dozens of other alternative media sources.
Antiwar news, viewpoints, and activities.

Axis of Logic
News and commentary which are often ignored or whitewashed by the mainstream media. Has columnists living in different countries and covers many of subjects.

Centre for Research on Globalization
Independent media and research group of writers, scholars and journalists. Publishes news articles, analysis and intelligence on the New World Order.

Common Dreams
“Breaking news and views for the progressive community”, with links to news items and opinion pieces from around the world.
Under-reported news and forgotten history from investigative online magazine.

One of the best corporate criticism sources.

Updated archives and articles tracking the actions of British corporations.

Democracy Now!
Daily news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Provides audience with access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the US corporate-sponsored media.

Dissident Voice
Internet newsletter dedicated to challenging the distortions and lies of the corporate press and the privileged classes it serves.

Collects data on current affairs, politics, new science and the “hidden information”, ignored by corporate-owned media conglomerates.

Eat the State!
Forum for anti-authoritarian political opinion, research and humor.

Fight Back!
Newspaper providing coverage and analysis of some of the key battles facing working and low-income people.

Guerrilla News Network
Provides alternative coverage of the war on terrorism, corporate crime, and the environment.

Global Issues
Provides insights into global issues that may be misrepresented but are all closely related. Topics include human rights, trade, globalization, poverty, and environment related issues.

Independent Media Center
Collective of independent media organizations and journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage.

Index on Censorship
Bi-monthly magazine widening the debates on freedom of expression through interviews, reportage, banned literature, and polemic from some of the world’s best writers.
Interesting information on income inequalities.

Information Clearing House
Independent media “source of unreported (or under reported) news from around the globe”.

Inter Press Service (IPS)
Covers news from the “Third World”, promotes information on development issues, and helps create a better balance and flow of international news.

Left Business Observer
Alternative magazine on economics and politics.

National Security Archive
Collects and publishes declassified documents acquired through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

New Economics Foundation
Independent think-and-do tank challenging mainstream thinking on economic, environment and social issues.

Global network of over 900 organizations working in human rights and sustainable development.

Online Journal
Features variety of alternative news and views.

Offers global news analysis and commentary from a pro-democracy, pro-human rights perspective.
Sponsored by the Center for Responsive Politics, a non-partisan research group that tracks money in politics, and its effect on elections and public policy.

Progress Report
Daily news reports on politics, economics, and environment.

Source for alternative news from around the world, which is updated around the clock.

Online journal providing critical commentaries of news.

Regular antidote to the mainstream media. Written by Tom Engelhardt, a fellow at the Nation Institute.
Online public affairs journal of progressive analysis and commentary.

Provides access to “reader-supported news instead of advertiser-supported news”.

UK Watch
Daily updated site featuring a radical critique of UK politics.

Aims to bring about positive social and environmental change using various forms of media, currently being video, audio and internet.

Magazine examines the activities of the UN and other international organizations. Publishes the opposing views of many rival Heads of State, along with the opinions of independent experts, shadowing the political agendas of world leaders and their policies.

War in Context
Alternative perspectives on the war on terrorism and the Middle East conflict – articles from the global press and progressive media.

War On Want
Fights poverty in developing countries in partnership and solidarity with people affected by globalization.

World Socialist Web Site
Provides left political and social commentary. Published by International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI).

World War 4 Report
Monitors the global War on Terrorism and its implications for human rights, democracy and ecology.

Online magazine covering tools, models, and ideas for building a better future.

Worldwatch Institute
Independent research organization providing fact-based analysis of critical global issues.

Z Net
Activist resource and site of US premier alternative magazine.

Empower yourself with alternative news instead of that crap they try to force feed you in mainstream sources. It is imperative that you read news from some of the alternative news sites to be informed of current events around the world.

WOG out.

From the article:

Public trust in the US media is eroding and increasing numbers of Americans believe news coverage is inaccurate and biased, according to a study released on Monday.

Just 29 percent of the 1,506 adults surveyed by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press between July 22-26 said news organisations generally get the facts straight.

Sixty-three percent said news stories are often inaccurate, up from 34 percent in a 1985 study, Pew said.

Sixty percent of those polled said the press is biased, up from 45 percent in 1985. Just 26 percent in the latest survey said that news organisations are careful their reporting is not politically biased.

Seventy-four percent said news organisations tend to favor one side in dealing with political and social issues. Eighteen percent said they deal fairly with all sides.

Pew said Republicans tend to be more critical of the news media than Democrats although negative attitudes toward the news media were also increasing among Democrats.

Fifty-nine percent of those who identified themselves as Democrats said news organisations are often inaccurate, up from 43 percent just two years ago.

Two-thirds of the Democrats polled said the press tends to favor one side rather than to treat all sides fairly, up from 54 percent in 2007.

Just 20 percent of those polled said news organisations are independent of powerful people and organisations and only 21 percent said they are willing to admit their mistakes.

Wow I wonder why, can it be the fact that 99.9 % of whats comming out of there stinking pie holesĀ  is bullshit… No probably not, must be something else.

Anyway this is why you get your news from the internet were you can check there faqs and then for an opinon, never form an opinion based on just one side of an argument thats what dumb people do and if your reading this your not dumb.

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WOG out

“Six giant multinational corporations,” explained CNN founder Ted Turner to Congress recently, “now own 80-90% of all of our media content.”

What does he know, anyway?

A MemeFILMS production.

The most important movie ever made and should be required watching for all people and if you have seen it, show it to your friends and family and help spread the word.The Zeitgeist exposes religion, the federal reserve, the elite ruling class of international bankers, and of course that 9/11 was used to perpetuate a state of war. America needs to wake up; “I’m A Human Being, God Damn It! My Life Has Value!” The first and easiest step is to vote for Ron Paul.

And again inform everyone you know about it…

This movie MUST be seen to be believed — it really is that important.

And if you download this movie (remember to seed it forever)

From the official page:

Thank you for your interest in Zeitgeist.
Zeitgeist was created as a not for profit expression to inspire people to start looking at the world
from a more critical perspective and to understand that very often things are not what the
population at large think they are. The information in Zeitgeist was established over a year long period
of research and the current Source page on this site lists the sources used / referenced.
Soon, an interactive transcript will be online with detailed footnotes and links.

It’s important to point out that there is a tendency to simply disbelieve things that are
counter to our understanding, without the necessary research performed.
For example, some information contained in Part 1 and Part 3, specifically, is not obtained
by simple keyword searches on the Internet. You have to dig deeper. For instance,
very often people who look up “Horus” or “The Federal Reserve” on the Internet
draw their conclusions from very general or biased sources. Online encyclopedias or text book
Encyclopedias often do not contain the information contained in Zeitgeist. However, if one takes
the time to read the sources provided, they will find that what is being presented is
based on documented evidence. Any corrections, clarifications & further points regarding the film
are found on the Clarifications page.

That being said, It is my hope that people will not take what is said
in the film as the truth, but find out for themselves, for truth is not told, it is realized.

Thank You

Zeitgeist – The Movie @ Video google.

Zeitgeist – The Movie (Torrent Link).

How to get involved.

All passports issued by the US State Department after January 1 will have always-on radio frequency identification chips, making it easy for officials – and hackers – to grab your personal stats. Getting paranoid about strangers slurping up your identity? Here’s what you can do about it. But be careful – tampering with a passport is punishable by 25 years in prison. Not to mention the “special” customs search, with rubber gloves. Bon voyage!1. RFID-tagged passports have a distinctive logo on the front cover; the chip is embedded in the back.

2. Sorry, “accidentally” leaving your passport in the jeans you just put in the washer won’t work. You’re more likely to ruin the passport itself than the chip.

3. Forget about nuking it in the microwave – the chip could burst into flames, leaving telltale scorch marks. Besides, have you ever smelled burnt passport?

4. The best approach? Hammer time. Hitting the chip with a blunt, hard object should disable it. A nonworking RFID doesn’t invalidate the passport, so you can still use it.

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