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The most powerful industry and secret society in the world

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posted on Nov, 8 2004 @ 09:25 AM
I had to write this due to the thread about child porn. I'll start of with the child porn and then move on about the thread subject.

Child porn - people say it's the Internet that's causing it, well, actually, it's not the Internet thats promoting child porn - it's the media doing it.

The media say "child porn is on the Internet" and, at the same time, provide information in their papers etc as to how to go there and obtain it.

It's also interesting to note that child porn in the media is rife - why do you think they make such a big fuss of it when someone gets busted? To divert attention from their own industry.

I won't name names but there are MANY child starlets in the current media (you wouldn't believe who they are - very famous people too) and there are MANY cases where child porn has been linked to the media...but we don't hear about it do we. Why not? Because it's always the same - you NEVER NEVER NEVER hear about the corruption in the media.

Why would the media tell everyone about all the corruption that exists within their own industry?

Now if there are any media people out there and they challenge me here, GREAT! Please challenge me and I will start telling you about the cases. BTW, if you are a media person, please state your name and paper so we can compile a list of all the ignorant media people.

Oh, and another thing - ever heard of "investigative units" in the media industry? Ask them one question; "how many times have they 'investigated' their own industry?" You'll find the answer is a BIG FAT WHOPPING ZERO. Why? Because if they investigated their own industry, they would NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER have a job again in the media industry.

So, the q & a's to the subject line:

1) Who's the most powerful industry in the world? The media of course.

2) Who's the most powerfuly secret society in the world? Don't know. But if you found out what secret societies that editors, producers, media owners etc etc belong to then they will be the most powerful secret society.

A last bit of info:

What is this media/secret society behind? The things that they jump up and down about the most. Two in mind - child porn and the waar on terrorism. Why do they jump up and down? To divert the "masses" attention away from the real source.

Simple really when you think about it.

posted on Nov, 8 2004 @ 06:20 PM
It's Rupert behind it all, Murdoch runs the media, the media runs the politicians.

The next question is who are Murdochs financiers, who owns Rupert Murdoch...

posted on Nov, 8 2004 @ 10:15 PM
Look mate, you're going to have to start naming names or these "cases" of yours to generate any interest here.

By "Child Starlet", do you mean young children who have "starred" in child porn?

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 02:25 AM
i will tell you the sole provider of sick scenarios such as child porn, its those people with distored diluded warped views of reality that create all that is unholy and evil. you can dwell on their choice of reality, or you can ignore it. better yet try and help them see that it is not the proper path, if someone gets off on that stuff that is their problem not ours! the media they create hordes of ideals to divert attention from wreched govt policies, only the suckers fall for it. once again the bottom line is the illuminti and those in control are still in control lol

[edit on 9-11-2004 by sturod84]

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 03:56 AM
The media is actually not in control of the product, they are merely pawns used for propagandazing on a alot of different subjects for the government. Rupert Murdoch wouldn't print the truth if he was told that he couldn't which by the way, is just another example of the trampling of the constitution.


posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 04:04 AM
tottaly agreed doc
like when the WAR started there was a survey of the 4 major network news outlets, out of 400 guests 3 were anti war

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 05:08 AM

Yeah, I know
One "starlet" was the girl who starred in Matila. Apparently "favours" were given for here role. Her mother knew about it.

Here's some other links:

Also, check out the 133 minute version of Lon (1994)/The Professional starring Natalie Portman (this is banned in the US I believe).

Hmmm...another youngin is Brooke Shields (pretty baby - a film about a 12 year old prostitute). Brooke also posed nude for calendars in playboy magazine when she was about 10/12 yrs old (around 1980).

Nicole Kidman had that famous "bath scene" with a 10 year old boy.

Lolita - very contraversial.

Tracy Lords was a child porn star. Also starred in 90210. Good link there

There is another film (I cannot remember) starring a girl known to be linked to child pornography. I'll try to remember the film...and post the name if I can.

Oh, and congrats to the judges. Now allowing production artists to create realistic child porn videos if they want:

They banned morphed child porn, used in music videos (one famous one was poppin' the cherry - can't remember the year):

Another link:

Interesting links:

From my understanding, "child starlets" are those that proceeded up the ladder quicker than others


It would be interesting to know what societies the editors belong to...find their secret societies and you will find the controllers

posted on Nov, 10 2004 @ 04:01 PM
Interesting. Brooke Shields was roughly 16 when she did Blue Island (name?) in 77 ish, so that would make her over 18 when posing for Playboy? I doubt Hugh (and I'm on first name terms
) would put an underage model in his esteemed magazine.

posted on Nov, 10 2004 @ 04:23 PM
Child porn sells more copy than Christian abstinence... it doesn't matter who does what, if it doesn't sell it's not newsworthy... hasn't anyone here heard of Noam Chomsky or John Pilger...

The media is a slut to it's advertisers... he who pays the piper calls the tune...

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