Everything You Know Is A Lie

Many people believe the media is liberal controlled, this couldn’t be further from the truth. The media is corporate owned, which is the opposite of liberal. During the primary election, the corporate owned media has given Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton more of an advantage. Many things play a role here. Sure, the fact that the two candidates are loaded are another advantage. If Donald Trump was broke he’d be on the street (one of those bums you find talking to themselves) if Hillary was broke she would still be the media’s pick (based on her greedy pockets).

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Every network on television, newspaper, online journals, everything you see minus PBS is corporate owned, however with enough money you can get PBS not to air something as well. When Reagan was in office he cut funding to PBS and NPR the funding  for these two outlets come from mainly wealthy donors. One large donation in particular came from a very wealthy man, David Koch. Koch donated 23 million dollars to PBS. Aspecial on PBS called “Citizen’s Koch” was prepared to air on CBS. It had to do with the Koch Brothers and the political scandal in Wisconsin in 2011 and 2012. David Koch was offended by the documentary and it was taken off the schedule. Koch Bros Donate to PBSdownload

Everything you read or see is filtered by corporations. They own us, they control everything our elections, what people believe, religious values, what we see, what we hear. This is not a conspiracy theory, it is a fact.

The only thing you can trust is what you see in today’s world. People need to be skeptical of everything, many of what you know is nonsense. Americans and the world are lied to by our government, who is owned by the corporations.

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5 families run the world,  Rothschild, Rockefeller, Du Pont, Morgan, and Bush. These families are the richest in the world and have been running our country for a very long time. Every one of these 5 families can buy and pay for anything.

Why would any of these families not want a President like Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Hillary can be bought she’s proved that time and time again. Donald Trump, claims he can not be bought, that may be the truth. If Trump can or can’t be bought is irrelevant since he’s a billionaire. Why would he help the little people or “losers” as he calls them instead of his “winning” billionaire friends? This man wants to give corporate breaks LARGE corporate breaks. He wants to cut education, cut every social program, and give breaks to corporations? Sure everyones paychecks will actually be more if Trump is elected President, according to his tax breaks, that’s if Congress votes for it. These tax cuts also at 24.5 Trillion to the debt.

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The media has been running the primary election, they have been dictating everything since the very beginning. It has been Clinton Vs. Trump in the media’s eyes from the very beginning. Periodically you will see a story about another candidate running, it’s few and far between. Political news networks like MSNBC is the liberal Fox News, or at least it used to be. It is now Clinton and Trump network. The best anchor left on MSNBC Rachel Maddow has even been bought, it’s blatently clear how it became a money game. This is not the first election that has been bought by the corporation, if Bernie Sanders doesn’t either take the Primary or get into the White House it won’t change. It will only get worse from here.

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Take everything you see on TV, in a magazine, on the internet, in a newspaper, and hear on the radio with a grain of salt it is all fed to you by the wealthy. There is a reason you see very few educational things on television in the world today. Think about all the garbage people watch on television, from Honey Boo Boo to the Kardashians. This is like junk food for the brain, the corporations do not want educated consumers. The wealthy want zombies to keep working like a slave and helping them gain more wealth. The country will only continue to produce more “poorly educated” people. The sheep will continue to grow and people will continue drinking the purple kool aid.

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There may be nothing anyone can do at this point. These families and the corporations have been in power far longer than many many think. Politics can help this, but money corrupts most. Many people can be bought and if they can’t be bought which is rare of a politician, they may get shot. It wouldn’t be the first time. Money is the root of all evil, this is apparent when it comes to media at any level.

The Tea Party Elections

Ever since Governor Scott Walker decided to take collective bargaining off the table in Wisconsin, there has been much talk about Unions funding elections. This is a true fact, private and public unions do in fact contribute to the Democratic Party. However, there has been little talk of who funds the Republican Party or the Tea Party. Much research has been done to give the actual facts.

The November 2010 election is what this is focused on. Just one election, this factual data will show that the Unions do partly fund the Democrats, also will show that the Corporations fund the Republicans and Tea Party. There has been things said to the extent of your tax money and union dues have been spend on the Democratic party. Remember what this is about, Government and who is the more dirty is not the question here. The majority of the United States Government is crooked, but the Republican Tea Party brings this to a whole new level. If tax payers fund the Democrats, lets be clear to say that tax payers are also funding the Republicans by way of the Corporations that own the United States currently.

Tea Party Senator        Campaign Funds         Top 5 Contributors
Kelly Ayotte , NH            $4,414,291            Elliot Management
NorPAC
Verizon Communications
FMR Corp
Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Daniel Coats, IN         $4,396,274            Blue Cross/Blue Shield
                                                                   Elliot Management
                                                                 Barnes & Thornburg
                                                                    Krieg Devault LLP
                                                                    King & Spalding
John Hoeven, ND        $3,801,481             Murray Energy
                  Hess Corp
                   NorPAC
            Berkshire Hathaway
                 Xcel Energy
Ron Johnson, WI        $15,235,898      Koch Industries
                                                       Northwestern Mutual
                                                        Continental Resources
                                                    Fiduciary Management Inc
                                              Founders Joint Candidate Cmte
Mike Lee, UT          $1,710,429             APX Alarm
        Sidley Austin LLP
              Tosh Inc
             Apex Alarm
      Sullivan & Cromwell
Paul Rand, KY       $7,809,324   Alliance Resource Partners
      Koch Industries
Mason Capital Management
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
 Corriente Advisors
Rob Portman, OH   $16,537,868    American Financial Group
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey
     Elliott Management
     JPMorgan Chase & Co
         General Electric
Marco Rubio, FL     $21,748,330     Club for Growth
      Elliott Management
Senate Conservatives Fund
        Flo-Sun Inc
     Koch Industries
Pat Toomey, PA             $17,045,467  Club for Growth
         Elliott Management

Senate Conservatives Fund

 SAC Capital Advisors
Federated Investors Inc

Research has shown that Blue Cross/Blue Shield is a major contributor to the Republican Party. They have funded the majority of Senators listed, although not all in the top five. It makes one wonder why an insurance company would invest in politics. Obama Care or the Patient Protection Affordable Health Care Act, seems to be the main reason. It makes more sense why the Te Party is fighting this so much. There have been numerous lies put out about the health care plan. In all actuality it is a good thing for the country. That will be discussed at a later date, for now this is all about election funding. Koch Industries is also one that funded most of these Republican Senators. There is a video campaign ad above from a Senator with one of the highest funds that were available to them.

 

Democrat Senator        Campaign Funds             Contributors
Richard Blumenthal, Ct   $8,733,486     ActBlue
          Yale University
       State of Connecticut
  Boies, Schiller & Flexner
   Cablevision Systems
Chris Coons, DE       $3,852,043        ActBlue
 Young, Conaway et al
  Skadden, Arps et al
     Comcast Corp
   Grant & Eisenhofer
Joe Manchin, WV    $4,395,107        ActBlue
         Mylan Inc
  FirstEnergy Corp
  Jackson Kelly Pllc

                                             American Electric Power

Unfortunately, there were no campaign adds for Richard Blumenthal on youtube, only his opponent, she tried very hard.
After doing the research a few questions arose. For example with the Democrats ActBlue, what exactly is ActBlue?
ActBlue is a democratic fundraiser, anyone is able to donate to this. It is not funded by the Unions, it is just a place to donate to the Democratic elections.

Next question who is Elliot Management? Elliot Management is a private investment partnership involved in a diversified trade program, sounds like wall street or a bank, you be the judge.

Everyone has heard of Koch Industries, but exactly what do they do, besides funding all the Republican Candidates?
This is right off the website, their mission statement, if that is what you want to call it is pretty long. Link at the bottom of the page. “We have long been committed to creating real, sustainable value for all of society. For decades, Koch companies and Koch foundations have supported education and social progress. These philanthropic efforts include support for educational institutions, foundations and programs that study and promote market-based solutions to societal challenges; protect, conserve and enhance natural resources; improve quality of life; and support human services and at-risk youth. “

 

 Quite a lot of money went into these individual Senators, this list is only the new candidates for the 2010 election. Millions are spent on elections every term. The smear campaigns this money was spent on is appalling, there are less voters when these smear campaigns come out. People figure that both parties are not good, or they are unable to make up their minds. Good old fashioned debating would make more sense. This way there would be no need for millions toward campaigns. Most Americans would rather hear what the candidate is planning on doing, instead of hearing why their opponent is a terrible person. The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of unlimited spending toward a campaign. It was said that it would be against the first amendment to limit election funds. No one will argue that free speech is a powerful and great thing US citizens have. However, there are problems with it as well, using free speech and attaching it to money for a campaign seems Unconstitutional. If you feel the same way and think it is unconstitutional there is a link on the right side of this page, a petition to ban corporate spending on campaigns as well as cap the amount to be spent on a campaign.