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____/ Robert on Saturday 07 February 2009 06:22 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> | Why does the newspaper deserve to be saved? Just because they have been
>> | around for a long time? That's not a good enough reason for me. Or the
>> | arguments that society will somehow be lessened by their absence or be
>> | less informed without them is arrogant and presumptuous.
>> | I am sorry to say that most newspapers do not deserve to be saved, yes
>> | even the one in my hometown. They have become no more than mouthpieces
>> | for their owners and editorial staffs most of the time. They are more
>> | concerned with molding public opinion than informing them.
> it has been that way in the United States since 1908 when John D
> rockefeller, JP Morgan & the rothschilds bought controlling interest in all
> of the major newspaper publications in the country for the purpose of
> controlling public opinion. this is why the world is well in to a "new
> world order" now.
I read the same thing. I thought it was the 1920s though.
~~ Best of wishes
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