Saturday, July 10, 2010

Where We Get Our News

By Dr. Paul Drockton

" Not a single announcement will reach the public without our control. Even now this is already being attained by us inasmuch as all news items are received by a few agencies, in whose offices they are focused from all parts of the world. These agencies will then be already entirely ours and will give publicity only to what we dictate to them."

- Protocol 12:4 The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

When bottled water first came out, we heard rumors of the guy that used the same tap water for multiple "private" labels. In the end, no matter what title came on the label, his customers were all drinking the same stuff, tap water.

Listen to Rush Limbaugh or CNN, Glen Beck or Chris Mathews. Read the Wall Street Journal or the New York Times, the Deseret News or the San Francisco Chronicle and you will see that they are all drinking the same tap water from the same fountain. The real question the world should be asking is, who owns the fountain?

The answer of course, all propaganda aside, is the Rothschild Family:

"The House of Rothschild bought Reuters news service in the 1800's. Within the last 20 years, Reuters bought the Associated Press. Now the Elite own the two largest wire services in the world, where most newspapers get their news. The Rothschilds have control of all three U.S. (Television) Networks, plus other aspects of the recording and mass media industry according to research by Eustice Mullins in his book, 'Who Owns the TV Networks'." (Source)

Mullins criticized the Rothschild stranglehold on information and clearly exposed their agenda. He passed away this year in February, but his writings and interviews with Jeff Rense can still be found on

In the "Old Days" the big Newspapers employed their own reporters, as did many of the radio stations. There was a real competition for new,s and "scoops" were the journalistic prize sought after by so many of them. Go back to the Progressive Movement and read Ida Tarbell's scathing expose on Rothschild creation, Nelson Rockefeller, and his Standard Oil Monopoly and you will quickly see the benefits of a truly free Press.

The other investigative journalists from that time period can be found here.

They included Lincoln Steffens, who exposed the "Boss Tweed like" political machines across the U.S. in his series of articles titled "Shame of the Cities". His words are both relevant and prophetic:

"Another such conceit of our egotism is that which deplores our politics and lauds our business. This is the wail of the typical American citizen. Now, the typical American citizen is the business man. The typical business man is a bad citizen; he is busy. If he is a “big business man” and very busy, he does not neglect, he is busy with politics, oh, very busy and very businesslike. I found him buying boodlers in St. Louis, defending grafters in Minneapolis, originating corruption in Pittsburgh, sharing with bosses in Philadelphia, deploring reform in Chicago, and beating good government with corruption funds in New York. He is a self-righteous fraud, this big business man. He is the chief source of corruption, and it were a boon if he would neglect politics. But he is not the business man that neglects politics; that worthy is the good citizen, the typical business man. He too is busy, he is the one that has no use and therefore no time for politics. When his neglect has permitted bad government to go so far that he can be stirred to action, he is unhappy, and he looks around for a cure that shall be quick, so that he may hurry back to the shop. Naturally, too, when he talks politics, he talks shop. His patent remedy is quack; it is business.

“Give us a business man,” he says (“like me,” he means). “Let him introduce business methods into politics and government; then I shall be left alone to attend to my business.”

There is hardly an office from United States Senator down to Alderman in any part of the country to which the business man has not been elected; yet politics remains corrupt, government pretty bad, and the selfish citizen has to hold himself in readiness like the old volunteer firemen to rush forth at any hour, in any weather, to prevent the fire; and he goes out sometimes and he puts out the fire (after the damage is done) and he goes back to the shop sighing for the business man in politics. The business man has failed in politics as he has in citizenship. Why?" (source)

Don't look for true journalists like Lincoln Steffens on the staff of Reuters or the Associated Press. Such men must be willing to pursue and expose the truth, no matter where it leads them, and no matter what the cost. They are not found on the evening news or on 60 minutes. These news reporters will never report what their masters are really up to. Like trained bull mastiffs, they are only unleashed against those that oppose the "Agenda".

Of course there are the Rush Limbaughs, Sean Hannities and Glen Becks that also feed at the Illuminati tables. Such men will bend over backwards to kiss the American flag while talking about Patriotism, the Constitution, and the legitimacy of mass murder and genocide, when waged against those populations that would never submit to the "Illuminati Family Values". If you look closely at such men, you can't help but notice the diamond-studded muzzle they are all wearing.

People ask, who shall I trust for my information? My response is to trust those that paid a heavy price to get it. Those who have lost their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor. Examine those that are ridiculed, harassed and persecuted by the "Great Beast". There you will find your answers.

Look for the man that has lost everything in the pursuit of truth. True journalists like Jeff Rense, myself and others on that have actually paid a heavy price for what they know and what they write. Then, once you find such men, support them with your money, your prayers and your praise. They rely on you for support because they trust you, and they believe in you, as much as you believe in them. Their love of mankind is how they became outcasts in the first place.

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