Do you remember Helen Thomas? I really, really liked her. If you know about her and how they disposed of her, you likely already know of the degree of control the Zionists have over our information supply, the so-called "mass media".
You may be aware that the way it works is simple: you either talk pro-Israel in the news, or you don't talk at all.
They ran Helen Thomas off the road like she were a wild dog. She was anything but. If I had to make a short list of people I most admire, she'd surely be on it.
But I've know this for too long, since age 15 and my involvement in the local (Long Island NY) small town newspaper publishing industry, when the owner spoke about using an alias name because it sounded more Jewish, and the Jews controlled the newspapers, and he wanted the work, so he twisted his name around, did the appropriate bowing down, and got the work (which, in truth, paid my salary).
That event sparked a curiosity that led me to wonder how widespread the control over the newspaper industry was. Well, to make a longer story short, I've discovered it's far deeper then most people realize. People watch, for example, Fox News not because they are good at what they do (report the news), but because they sensationalize the news, which is enticing to most people (evidentally). The problem with Fox News (and all of Murdoch's "news" channels/papers) is that Murdoch sold out long ago to the Zionist project, and he's not the only one. In fact, there isn't any competition left. Their soldiers have bought or infiltrated just about all of the "news" organizations in America.
This is how Americans were duped into invading the Middle East, this is why NONE of criminals behind the Mortgage scam went to trail or jail, it's why we're headed for very depressing economic times, and it's why we're standing around with our fingers up our asses as Israel directs a deeper American military commitment for their crusade to achieve Israel's "security".
I've talked about discovering this control over our information supply with others, many times over the years, but always to no avail. They thought I was being an "anti-semite" because that is how they are trained to think by our information supply.
I am "anti" alright, but not towards any group for it's religion, although it makes me a true believer in separation of church and state, we must get our sense of morality from somewhere, and that can't be the state or the propaganda machine that is our information supply, the mass media.
There is a battle for religious influence over the American mind, and you can see it every time you see a cross hanging out of a criminals shirt in some movie, you can see it every time a bad-priest story makes the headlines - unlike any act of goodness, no matter how good), and you can see it in our undying support for our staunch ally, our best friend, that bastion of democracy in the Middle East: Israel.
Back to the topic: evidently Glenn Greenwald, who I have been following for some time now with the highest regard for his research, thinking and writing ability, is acknowledging this problem with a force and clarity only he can muster.
"What’s particularly remarkable is that Pexton is admitting (albeit wanting it kept secret) what any honest observer knows to be true: that there is a very high likelihood — I’d say absolute certainty — that Rubin would have been fired had she promoted a post like this about Jews and Israelis rather than Arabs and Palestinians."
Essentially, what Glenn is saying in this excellent article is that while Helen Thomas was fired for a minor negative reference to Israel, people like Jennifer Rubin and Rachel Abrams can spew anti-Palestinian hatred without any check or balance whatsoever. This is more then a double standard, once you think about what can happen when a nation's information supply is hostage to a given "religious" mentality. I wonder if there is an ounce of religion in the Zionist mentality, who feed us with mantras such as "thou shall not kill - except preemptively when you're scared". And even that way of putting it is too shallow, because the truth is that it's all about winning, owning and controlling. That's what the (so far) 60+ year long crusade in the Middle East is all about.
Now the genie is out of the bottle. The invasion they wanted and made happen happened. In effect they bet our farm on their invasion and mission to establish military authority in the region. It didn't work. It failed. We just don't know it yet (well, not everyone anyway).
But they're not finished. They are currently trying to spark a war with Iran - or are they? Maybe this whole Iran thing is just a cover-up for something else in the works. Whatever it is, it will NOT be a withdrawal of our military from the area, even if they have to send them into Africa, they wouldn't be coming home en masse as we want them to.
Will they make the war bigger before quitting? Of course.
What would a bigger war look like? It was be mechanized, automated, because even with the number of troops in the area today, they are not enough to defeat all of the countries on the hit list.
So, what does a warmonger do? Hey - there are all those Big Guns carried around by the Air Force and Navy, and even the Army has tactical nukes they can shoot out of field cannons.
That's what happens. Get it escalated to the point where people can be psyched to support "anything to win" and then we have no choice but to roll out some of the bigger guns.
We need a simple "fits on a license plate" solution. The OWS comes close, but they need to focus. This is why I believe that election reform is the key, the lynchpin, the war to hit the core of the problem with a solution that will solve other problems. If we can elect real patriotic Americans into office, one of their first tasks will be to bust up the mass media empires into hundreds of pieces and let Americans sort out the best of the competitors. Today there is no competition, it's under lock and key. It's owned. It's controlled to a degree, by Zionists and minions like Murdoch.
Think: ELECTION REFORM!
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