Thurs. Dec.26 Melinda Pillsbury Foster
Energy Vampires www. dronefreezone.info How the NeoCons Stole Freedom and How to take it Back
The opinions held by Americans are largely the product of propaganda today, though this is now changing through access to the Internet.
the Main Stream Media, is owned entirely by major corporations. America originally saw independent journalism as an essential protection for the rights of the people. Newspapers were mostly owned locally, reflecting a diversity of voices. Until the rise of the Internet, Americans had, in large part, lost connection with their own history and the foundations for American government. A reading of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and survey of the Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers shows this to be the case. The rising power of corporations, asserting itself through government, World War I and World War II enormously enriched the same corporations and banks named by Eisenhower in his speech. A significant number of these were simultaneously in business with Nazi Germany before and during World War II and also Russia. In his book, “Creature from Jekyll Island,” G. Edward Griffin provides documentation for this.
Major General Smedley Butler was the most respected and decorated military figure in America in the first half of the 20th Century. Having spent his life serving his country as a Marine in wars dictated by the economic wishes of corporations for decades he realized he and the troops he commanded had been used by those corporations. In response, he wrote, “War is a Racket.”
Every American needs to understand that the entire national press is controlled, and is simply giving you the "news" you are supposed to have. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.
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