Originally posted by Stormdancer777
It would be a really good idea to find out who is behind big media, some of us might not like what we find out but we should dig, it will not be the
obvious names that are running the media but the names behind the names.
Who owns CNN? or MSNBC? ABC?
Once upon a time I read a book called "Murder by Injection". It's privately published but available if you search enough. It one of the best books
I have ever read, because it totally opened my eyes.
I almost didn't read it because of the title, to be honest. And because after awhile it seemed clear the author is what I call "an American
Paranoid" -- someone who spent a good chunk of his life in the Library of Congress looking stuff up.
The book is a detailed review of the founding of the American Medical Association, as well as a bit of a look at a 1986 US Supreme Court case that
found the AMA guilty of a whole laundry list of outright mafia tactics in attempting to annihilate chiropractic.
(Note: it also mentions a very big Australian study on different forms of medicine in which allopathic was not the winner, only an equal and better
for 'injuries'; however the political and financial pressure from the US eventually caused AUS to choose the same medical approach.)
As part of all this, near the end of the book the author goes through the entire board of directors (at that time) for the major US government
branches dealing with such things, for the major agri-chemical companies, for the major health-pharmaceutical companies, and--get ready--the major
media companies (ALL kinds of media). And he also explains how they relate to each other.
They're all the same people, you won't be shocked to learn. Spouses and siblings, parents and in-laws, former coworkers and so on.
I suddenly understood why medical school taught crap -- because they were funded by the same people selling chemicals to corn growers, who were the
same people selling corn, who were the same people selling Nabisco (or whatever) products, so they really didn't want to be hearing that all
carbohydrates are either fiber or sugar and sugar is horrible for you and addictive and many forms have brain-effects that amount to drug addiction
and it ruins the health. Because those same people are, not surprisingly, the people who own the medical treatment/pharmaceutical stuff too. It's
like FULL CIRCLE.
I was really skeptical when I began the book. When I was done, the scope of the conspiracy was so staggering that I was profoundly depressed for
months. I was about 24 then I think (~20 years ago).
I didn't used to believe, when I was really young, people who insisted that some small group of people were running the planet. Granted it was vastly
more than 12 people on all these boards and leading these corps and agencies. But the shocking correspondences within their numbers made it eerily
clear that moving up the ladder to larger more powerful more global things could easily mean consolidation in the hands of a very few. It was really
quite upsetting because it was so convincing. I recommend the book -- if you can find it -- it's one of those things that ought to be required
Slightly back to the NWO: I believe this is going to happen no matter what. I believe this is already a known and that Euro, USA, Sharia and China
efforts are in a massive race/war to be the one that gets to dictate the primary 'form' that NWO takes. Call me selfish but as many gripes as I have
about my government's devolution, I would sure rather it be my team than some of the others... especially the latter two.