reply to post by LockwithnoKey
There are 10,000 daily newspapers in the United States, and 10,000 weekly newspapers. Not one of the publishes the quality of work on ATS. People say
the internet is replacing newspapers. However, newspapers re the mainstream form of communication.
You gave me an excellent insight. Perhaps ATS should have an official news service. It costs only $20,000 a year (not much for a corporation) to put
out 20,000 broadcast faxes and 20,000 email news releases to those newspapers every three weeks all year long.
This expert system relational database of 1/4 million editors journalists costs $10,000 a year to subscribe to
,GGLJ:2006-42,GGLJ:en&q=media+lists+online The only folks who use is are the social
engineering firms who want to create public opinion (propaganda) or household brand recognition
This is the broadcast fax outfit jblast.jfax.com...
This is the broadcast email outfit www.authsmtp.com...
national targeted strategic press release campaigns and news-service start-up
total cost/yr: $17,196 per year at $14,248 for subscription software & software & web-based service + 10% contingency of $2,848 compared to $500,000
to 1.5 million dollars for a p.r. agency
corporate media social engineering/mind control mechanics www.abovetopsecret.com...
mind control deprogramming: www.abovetopsecret.com...
a satiric Clinton/Obama example of mind control/social engineering:
Can't you see Hillary trying to wave Obama down. Obama's giving his acceptance speech. "Well, my fellow Americans, I've just dropped a nuclear
bomb on Saudi Arabia by mistake, Hillary's right, it was a big mistake. But, I was against the Iraq war from the beginning, and she voted for it. I
didn't. She did. I didn't. She did. I didn't. I've been in Washington a long time, too. On the freeway the other day. It seemed like forever. The
American people have been getting stuck on freeways, in such slow traffic, for such a long time. It's time for a change. The American people want a
change. We've talked to the Israelis, they, understandably are a little upset because it was their understanding we wanted them to nuke Iran, by
mistake, when they were aiming for Iraq by mistake. I apologize for that. Many of our presidents have been in positions where it, when you really look
at it, doesn't matter what they do as long as they don't blame the folks that everyone on ATS knows should be blamed. Thank you."