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Labor senator Sam Dastyari claims 10 companies have taken control of Australian politics

Labor senator Sam Dastyari has warned there is something “fundamentally wrong and rotten” with Australia’s entire political system, claiming there are 10 huge companies with so much power and influence they have killed proper democratic process at the federal level in this country. 13 more words

Corporate Control

The Media Machine - Corporate Control

Ignoring the double alliteration in the title that makes this seem all lighthearted and fun, this is a topic that actually gets my blood boiling at whatever temperature blood boils at.   466 more words

Politics

Lowlands Liberation Day: Celebrate Your Prison Cell

Today is Liberation Day in the country of my birth. I remember it as one of my favourite feast days. People celebrate their freedom living in a so-called democratic country with all sorts of activities and there always used to be a festival-feel in the air. 1,005 more words

Politics And Civil Society

Labor senator lashes out at unprecedented corporate influence of federal politics

Labor senator Sam Dastyari has warned there is something “fundamentally wrong and rotten” with Australia’s entire political system, claiming there are 10 huge companies with so much power and influence they have killed proper democratic process at the federal level in this country. 405 more words

General

Can we trust the media?

The popular view is that the media hold the government and business to account; that they are a good check on power, but is this true? 777 more words

If America Were A Car, It would Be In The Shop


Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
February 11, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)

And if it were in the shop, the mechanics would remove the defective transmission labeled Globalism and install a new one. 496 more words

News

Government bailout of newspapers: Why should we care?

Newspapers around the world are losing revenues, both subscription and advertising. As Terence Corcoran of the National Post reports, newspaper revenues in Canada declined 35 per cent ($1 billion) from 2012 to 2014, with a significant further decrease expected also in 2015, once all the numbers are in. 643 more words

Freedom