Why do all the networks sound the same?
Why are they all consumed by war fever every time the White House
decides to send troops overseas?
Maybe it's got something to do with who controls them.
The television news media are owned by some of the largest corporations
in the country -- NBC is owned by GE, CBS by Viacom, ABC by Disney, Fox
by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, and CNN by Time Warner. The
members of the boards of directors of these corporations also sit on the
boards of weapons manufacturers and other companies with vested
interests around the world such as Boeing, Coca-Cola, Texaco, Chevron,
EDS, Lucent, Daimler-Chrysler, Citigroup, Xerox, Philip Morris, Worldcom,
JP Morgan Chase, Rockwell Automation, and Honeywell.
Our networks tell you everything you need to know.
XEROX; HONEYWELL; CHRYSLER; BOEING; ROCKWELL AUTOMATION
In fact, the corporations that control the television industry are fully
integrated into the military-industrial complex.
For example, let's take a look at the media empire of one of America's
premier military contractors -- General Electric.
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