On whose strings does the corporate media dance?
by Fabian Ubiquitus
When trusting someone’s word, it is best to figure out first whether they can be trusted. When evaluating information, it is wise to evaluate the source of it. Is it sincere? Really?
When you see the corporate media avidly pushing something or other it is best to evaluate for yourself the reliability and honesty of that corporate media.
Can it be trusted? Does it have an angle or ulterior motive despite its claim to be giving you “facts”?
And when it gives you “facts””
- Is it giving you ALL the facts or simply ignoring those it does not like?
- And are the “facts” it is giving you entirely true?
When you see the corporate media avidly pushing vaccines, for instance, and trying to silence or decry all those who would urge the public to exercise justifiable caution and ask some searching questions before they submit, it is worth taking a look at WHO exactly is behind that drive and what their motives are.
The corporate media’s editors and journalists work for owners and those owners have their own agenda.
Take Rupert Murdoch for instance.
This article summarises his financial ties to the vax industry https://degraw.substack.com/p/crimes-against-humanity-bill-gates
A quote from it:
“Rupert Murdoch owns the biggest vaccine company in Australia. His family has been deeply immersed in that industry for generations, and he has partnerships with Glaxo and with all the big vaccine makers. He is one of the present enforcers worldwide, but in our country Roger Ailes told me, “During non-election years, during certain times of the year, 70% of my advertising revenues from my news station, my evening news broadcast comes from pharma.” He said, “typically there’s about 22 ads on the evening news and 17 of those are pharmaceutical ads.””
In fact the article is well worth a read if you want to find out the extent of the corruption that underpins the vaccine drive.
And to comprehend the influence this one man with billions riding on vaccines has on the media overall, then take a look at this article https://nomajesty.com/how-much-of-the-media-does-rupert-murdoch-own/.
When you look closely at the owners of these media empires and their vested interests, the corporate media’s campaign to inject everyone takes on a different perspective.
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