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FLOW OF WISDOM® | SEAN ANTHONY

With the emergence of alternative media over the past five years, one must ask, why is this so.

The average American may not notice or even care that a majority of today’s media is spewed out of a faucet of only six major corporations.

You may have your favorite news outlet, but it’s a good chance they are owned by the same company or one of five others.

With that being said, I think it’s safe to say that these six corporations can control the thinking of the masses in America.

For those that like to keep up with what’s going on around the world, it’s a good idea to find alternate sources on the internet to get a real “fair and balance” perspective.

In 1983, 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the U.S. At the time, Ben Bagdikian was called “alarmist” for pointing this…

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This is how the Australian Government enable Corporate interests. This time its #BHP . But #Chevron #Securency and a host of other Corporations have benefitted from government collaboration.

 

In a post #TPP era governments (from what we see in leaks) will be bound to spy for Transnationals like #BHP ….

read how your Australian Government spied for #BHP here

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When you take a look around the world, it becomes clear that our way of living is unsustainable. Some people will argue that over-population is to blame, but I beg to differ. I think that even though population may be a small factor in sustainability, the real problem is the entire paradigm of our current corporate driven, consumption based system, with a monetary system based on usury, and also institutional religions which manipulate mans irrational sign by using fear and shame to create a bunch of robotic believers who don’t hesitate to put money in the basket at mass. How much of that money actually helps the poor? God knows- pun intended.

You see, all corporations are under pressure to keep growing so that their investors are pleased with their investments and don’t end up selling. So corporations put the greater good for humanity and the well-being of the planet…

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