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Fox News and the NWO

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posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 08:28 AM
Ok, really, I have a question that I don't understand , and maybe one of you can explain it to me...

why do some people say that "if you watch fox news and buy into the tea parties and the idea of people for the people and reform, you are doing exactly what THEY want you to do."?????

How is dissent against the current administration what THEY want?

How is the bringing together of Americans feeding into their "plot"???

I consider myself a somewhat intelligent person, but can someone explain this to me , cause it doesn't seem to make much sense.

and if "they" aren't the current administration, who are "they" and what is their goal????


posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 08:38 AM
reply to post by justine093

Look at it this way, some of the people on here don’t trust anything or anyone, and especially fox news. So that is why when a fox news story comes up the attempt to discredit it with stuff like "Faux Noise". And then again some of the people on here our Liberals who think fox does nothing but spew hatred and lies....

Yesterday Glenn Beck did a wonderful piece on how the progressive in the country attack organization that our conservative... three items you should remember; wrong thinking, danger, profit. But I will let you read it... It made since to me.

Now also on his show yesterday he mentioned the collapse of the dollar, and how it looked like they were trying to do it. I haven’t found a clip yet but it’s what I have been thinking for the past four years....

They know (NWO) that a strong America with a Strong Economy would never sell our sovereignty out. But if they were to run up Americas national debt and have it look so bleak that when the dollar collapses we would have no choice but to beg the UN for help.-) I think this coming soon.

What are your thoughts on this?

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 08:39 AM
Both parties are puppets of the secret government. A secret group of the most wealthy and powerful families of all human history. With their wealth and bloodlines traced back before Jesus.

They create dissent and create divisions. Dividing and conquering us everyday. Until we are so segmented that we do not know our own neighbors.

Each division making us weaker as they become stronger and richer.

Today THIS DAY in history the top 3% of the human race holds more share of the wealth THAN EVER in human history.

The right hates the left. The left hates the right.
Conservative. Progressive. Liberal. Moderate. Extreme. Radical.
White black. Poverty. Wealth.

Each division another wall to contain us. So they can beat us. All of us. Both sides. RED AND BLUE. and all for the $$$$$

The subversion will only go as far as they wish. And if you step out of line the man come and take you AWAY.

Stop children, whats that sound.... everybody look whats goin down!

someone at my door...

muffled yell.... disconnect-

[edit on (10/22/09) by AllSeeingI]

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 08:44 AM
I just saw fox get told they are nothing more than "talk radio news" or at least using talk radio format.....
Does that mean that we can't use them for source info. anymore?>?

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 08:54 AM
Ok, interesting....
but...I still don't understand...the tea party thing...even the glenn beck thing...
I feel this is a force moving Americans together which is NOT what they want.
(or is it?)

still slightly confused.
please keep the answers coming....(please no haters...I am really curious)

someone at my door...


posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 09:25 AM
The Fox station is a business, concerned with money, that's it. They see a niche, and they want to fill it.
They don't care if they're correct or wrong, they don't care if they cause harm, or good, they only care about revenue.

They cater their entertainment to a segment of people because there is no other consistent television venue for division and the extreme.

It's a market segment that exists, and Fox structures their entertainment to suit that specific market.

BET targets a specific demographic
ESPN targets a specific demographic
FOX targets a specific demographic.

-It's a business strategy, so what else is new?

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 09:51 AM
reply to post by Rhetoric

I'm not concerned about ESPN. I'm not concerned about BET. I am concerned about CNN. I am concerned about MSNBC. And I am concerned about Fox news. But what I am really concerned about is an administration that can't tell the difference between commentary and opinion shows(Beck O'Rielly, Hannity) and the news programs that report the news. Shepherd Smith is a good example. He doesn't give opinions. He reads the news, and sometimes does interviews.
People need to get over the fact that more people watch Fox News than any other news channel.
During the election, I watched all the news channels, as well as the net work news on the BIG 3. Fox was the only one that was actually "fair and balanced." The rest were obviously in the tank for Obama.
I've been blasted over and over again because I watch "Faux news." To all the liberals out there, let me say, I don't care what you think. My IQ is high enough to put most of you to shame. I spent a lifetime gaining experience that most of you won't even come close too, yet you would laugh and walk away from your elder when he/she tries to teach you.
There is an old African proverb that was told to me this morning by an african woman I work with.
"An elder sees more while sitting than the young will see from the highest tree."
Perhaps some of you should take that proverb and meditate on it. Think about it. Chew on it a little while, and decide what it means to you.

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 09:57 AM
Allright! Let's try and take this from the top:

By "they" or "the powers that be" let's just for simplicity's sake say that we mean the New World Order (NWO)

I think most people here will agree that the NWO have been firmly behind the Bush administration and the Neocon movement. Prominent players being people like Cheney, Wolfowitz, Bush sr. and Rumsfeld.

We know that Rupert Murdoch, who own Fox News & about half of the rest of the global media, is a dedicated supporter of the Neocons, and we know that Fox has been defending the Neocons vigorously for the past eight years, to the point of taking talking point directly from the Bush administration.

Now whether the NWO is behind the Obama administration or not is not really the point here (it's certainly possible.)
The point is that when the mouthpiece of the enemy starts whispering sweet nothings in your ear, you should be damn suspicious.

In my opinion the tea parties & all that is NOT about bringing Americans together, it's about riling up a segment of the population to the point when they are ready to try a violent revolution.

It's about divide & conquer. The oldest trick in the book & people are falling for it hook, line & sinker because Fox is good at telling people what they want to hear.

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 10:02 AM
I don't disagree that msnbc, cnn and the networks seem to be pro-obama, but I don't think it's an honest assessment either, to say that Fox is "fair and Balanced". It's not. It is clearly anti-obama.

Regardless of how you judge validity of the stories, none of them is "fair and balanced".

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 10:06 AM
It's all relative. Completely dependent on what you perceive as "THEY" and whether or not you see a thing as a uniting force or a dividing force wholly depends on which side of the line you claim to be standing.

It's possible to stand at the perspective of being 100% supportive of Obama or any president and wave a little donkey or elephant flag and unwaveringly believe that you are opposing "THEM" and the "NWO" just as it completely possible to be holed up in some shack in the woods guarding a pile of gold with your shotgun and never cast a vote in your life and believe you are standing against "THEM" and the "NWO." Who do you think is "THEM" and the "NWO?"

There may or may not very well be some grand architecture in place to form a unified global governing body, either intentionally or unintentionally, and that may or may not come at the cost of some "freedoms" in the form of creating a unified lowest common denominator style global law and people have very good reasons as to why they support or do not support such a structure.

This level that seems to get all the attention, blaming and name-calling and labeling everything to be pro- or anti- or divisive etc..., couldnt be more pointless.

There's a soccer match going on of amazing life and death importance out there in some great stadium and way too many people are stuck on the playground playing kickball and flicking boogers.

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 10:13 AM
reply to post by thisguyrighthere

Good points!

I think my main conclusion is that whether or not you believe in the elusive "They/NWO/Illuminati", the Bush administration are still known criminals, starting wars for oil/profit & eroding the constitution.

Fox News have been completely in the tank for these criminals & I think it's very naive to assume that they suddenly are on the side of the people, defending what is good & right.

I'm not saying that people should trust the rest of the media or the Obama administration.

[edit on 22-10-2009 by MrVertigo]

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 10:19 AM
Go get a copy of the US Constitution and when you hear the news on TV, hold up the Constitution and ask yourself if they are for or against it, then you'll have your answer. Americans by and large will always attract to what is considered pro-American and good government.

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by Fromabove

The key word here is "considered". What media & politicians do more than anything is alter perceptions to suit their purposes.

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 11:33 AM
Oh how short our memories have become. Fox news is not for the people by the people, it is however the personal mouthpiece of Rupert Murdoch (An Aussie Billionaire-Not American). The tea parties were originally a grass roots movement of non partisan, but mostly libertarian leaning conservatives, that started gathering support for RON PAUL; not the mainstream republicans.

Then after the election, fox news and Glenn Beck in particular began to use the Tea Party platform to promote their agendas. The tea parties have been hijacked by the mainstream conservative neo-cons and religious right. The tea parties and fox news are one in the same now, and yes you are doing what "they" want when you listen to them, because "they" want to divide and conquer.

"They" sew divisive politics and an us v. them mentality that says all liberals and democrats are socialists and want to take away your freedoms, and "they" reap a disenfranchised and uninformed angry populace which believes in the left/right dichotomy.

I understand that MSNBC and CNN are tools of the elite as well, but FOX just happens to be the most blatant, and in many ways the most effective. But it really doesn't matter what I say because the vast majority of people who watch Glenn Beck and FOX, watch it to the exclusion of all other news outlets and wouldn't believe the facts about fox under any circumstances. They are beyond reason, and that my friends is exactly what TPTB want.

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