- Mar 18, 2017
I agree with this. You don’t even have to look so far as Masonry. Just look at the boards on which Rupert Murdoch sits then you’ll know which subjects his media empire won’t touch or which they will so distort while presenting to their audience or their reporting will be as clear as mud (@Red Sky at Morning taught me that one!!) A quick example is his position on Genie oil that has rights to oil in the Golan Heights. Clearly, this compromises all reporting on Israel and Middle East issues, which explains why Fox News watchers keep repeating things like: “nixing the Iran Deal was a good thing” or support crushing policies on Iran because Iran is bad, etc. Completely oblivious that the position they are taking is infact set for them to accept. I love watching Al Jazeera and I enjoy their programs but if in a news segment there’s a report on Syria, I have to be extra careful on what iam being told because Qatar had a hand in destabilizing Syria, so their reporting in that regard is compromised....I've often wondered how/why Fox News Channel was started, and what explains its rapid growth and how it kills CNN/MSNBC in virtually every time slot in the ratings... at first, I was content with the "unmet needs" explanation.... prob best summarized by H. Ross Perot, when asked by a high schooler how he could become wealthy like Mr Perot....
something like: "look for the unmet needs which are all around you, and figure out how to meet just one of those unmet needs faster and better than anybody else" (I used "quotes" for something I only heard about once, but cannot yet find a reference for it... but it sounds good, and it fits my premise, so I'm going with it).
ie: Rupert Murdoch looked at American broadcast media and saw that very few media outlets were geared to be supportive to conservative views. And the ones which did were considered 'fringe outlets' (like the John Birch Society) and not worthy of watching/listening to, etc....
And I used to be satisfied with that 'responding to the marketplace' explanation... now, I'm having serious doubts....
[Please Note! this is not being put up on VC to start a debate of Right vs Left politics... there are better venues for that]!!!
I'm raising the question as to whether Murdoch/Ailes/FNC/Hannity/Tucker C. et al, are maybe part of a much deeper plot (wittingly or not) to aid/foster/incubate destabilization and infighting amongst the American population on a left/right axis of division... ie: Left-leaning has their channels, now lets give the Right/far right/alt-right, etc a channel of their own to help fire those crazy nuts up a little bit... to prep both sides for a much bigger showdown and American Civil War II at a time of our (elitist) choosing...(?)
I've tried to find out if some of the persons I suspect are Freemasons or not, such as Rupert Murdoch... nothing useful yet... no "ah-ha! I see you, you scoundrel" moment... thus far, the best 'answer' to my inquiry comes from Yahoo Answers... so consider the source...
the second answer satisfies me most of the three, but feel free to go with whichever one you like....
...for certain, he's in 'The Club', but whatever 'Club' he belongs to isn't necessarily or likely to be found on a Google search, and not all of the evil which surrounds us operates under something so banal and 'knowable'(?) as Freemasonry.... I can imagine that, at his level of influence, power and wealth, he's beholden to a much deeper and sinister master with an agenda and name we are not permitted to know or see, and the success of Fox News is not purely driven by market forces...
...and yes... I am perfectly aware that Rupert Murdoch has stepped away/retired from FNC and Roger Ailes (5/15/1940 - 5/18/2017) is deceased, so is H. Ross Perot (6/27/30 - 7/0/2019)... I'm too tired to go back and make certain that everything I wrote is in proper agreement with respect to whether those referenced are living or deceased....
to distill: is the creation and success of Fox News Channel part of a deeper scheme to raise the temperature of society and take us closer to open civil conflict and 'war in the streets'? Like is happening now in Portland, but with firearms?
While I’d never thought about it, you make a good point that Fox (like other news channels) is playing their part in dividing and pitting people against each other. You just need to look at their “people”, whether anchors/analysts/contributors and look at the organizations with which they are affiliated and you’ll have your answers. Fareed Zakaria (CNN) has a top position at CFR, can’t remember what it is. All those major networks sing the same tune when it comes to: 1) War , 2) Israel
CIA ties to Journalists….its not just the US.
"Ulfkotte became a vocal critic of Western policy. In 2014, Ulfkotte published the book Gekaufte Journalisten (German
Bought Journalists), in which he stated that the CIA and other secret services pay money to journalists to report stories in a certain light. According to Ulfkotte, the CIA and German intelligence (BND) bribe journalists in Germany to write pro-NATO propaganda articles, and it is well understood that one may lose their media job if they fail to comply with the pro- Western agenda. The English translation of the book is due to be published under the title Journalists for Hire: How the CIA Buys the News in May 2017. ~Wikipedia
[Note: he passed on, unfortunately]
Thanks for this. I'd completely forgotten about it!Hillary Clinton admits the CFR gives the Orders
Hillary Clinton, at the CFR on July 15, 2009."We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won't have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future."