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If there were cures for cancer in Mother Nature, wouldn't
the mass media tell me about these cures?
Consider the words to this popular hit song:
And when you trust your television
What you get is what you got
Cause when they own the information
Oh, they can bend it all they want
John Mayer: "Waiting on the World to Change" Think of the media
as a handful of giant corporations which generate massive amounts
of revenue and profits by selling things for her giant corporations.
It is a "good old boys" club. The goal of the media is to make
money, and lots of it.
Their money comes primarily from their advertisers. This means
they have a huge loyalty to their advertisers. But that is not
There is a lot of cross-ownership between the media and the giant
corporations which advertise in the media. It is literally a
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One of the biggest advertising clients of the television in
dustry is the pharmaceutical industry. The pharmaceutical
industry pumps billions of dollars into the major media
every year. Have you ever seen a news program that did not show
at least one pharmaceutical ad?
On the other hand, Mother Nature doesn't have a checkbook, so
the media doesn't get any money from Mother Nature. Thus, "Big
Pharma" (i.e. the pharmaceutical industry) pays the media
billions of dollars, every year, more than Mother Nature pays.
Do you think that that much money would influence what you see
and hear on television??
This is a quote from a famous journalist in the 1880s after
he retired from the newspaper business. He is speaking to other
"We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We
are the jumping jacks, they pull the strings and we dance. Our
talents, our possibilities and our lives are all the property
of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes."
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John Swinton (1829-1901) pre-eminent New York journalist & head
of the editorial staff at the New York Tribune. Quoted one night
Quoted by Upton Sinclair in his 1919 book:
The Brass Check: A Study of American Journalism, page 400
Even though Upton Sinclair was famous by 1919, because he
was criticizing corruption in the media, the media would not
support his book and he had to self-publish
The key phrase in this quote is "rich men behind the scenes.
" The richest and most corrupt people on this planet let the
politicians have the publicity; they are only interested in
money and power and like to stay in the background.
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