What’s Behind The Mdia Monopoly Facebook ‘Scandle’
The Capitalist Media Monoply control the free flow and exchange of ideas and information.
When the internet became global it made it possible to have a global forum for news, views, ideas, and etc..
Wealth inequality Became Globally Known due to the internet, not The Median Media Monopoly. The people know that Capitalist 1% minority of the people control the world’s wealth!
Media Monopoly Lies about Iraq led to the War in Iraq.
We knew, about those lies due, to the intent.
Media Monopoly Lies about Police Brutality became public, to the majority, Black protests, were only shown through cell phone images and the internet. Black Lives Matter rose up, due to the use of the internet.
The Internet has become an infective tool to educate, agitate and organize against Capitalist Oppression!
Global Warming has been the only outlet for scientists to make the public aware of the immediate danger to humanity. The released draft on global warming by the scientists of the Internation Panel on Global Warming, [rovented total greenwashing by the Capitalist Government of the world.
Mark Zuckerberg, due to the reality of The Media Monopoly, saw a market for people to exchange information, news, and ideas.
They use anti-capitalist slogans to justify their attacks on Facebook! The media monopoly and the Democrat/Republican Duopoly have risen up to claim that Facebook ‘puts profits before people! (What corporation does not?)
This comes, at a time, when it is obvious that capitalists worldwide are putting their profits before the people to ignore the scientific fact of global warming. It is very clear that Big Pharma puts its profits above the needs of humanity, during the current Covid Pandemic!
What the Media Monopoly opposes is people discussing and having a forum to present ideas that contradict the dictums of the media monopoly. They now demand ‘internet reforms’ to attack Facebook!
But the Real Objective is to Gain Control of the Global Internet, for more control of the Freedom of Ideas. The Real Attack is the peoples Right to Know!
The following is from the Preface to the sizth Edition to the The Media Monopoly:
As the united states enters the twenty-first century, power over the American mass media is flowing to the top with such devouring speed that it exceeds even the accelerated consolidations of the last twenty years.
For the first time in U.S. history, the country’s most widespread news, commentary, and daily entertainment are controlled by six firms that are among the world’s largest corporations, two of them foreign.
Even with the dramatic entry of the Internet and the cyber world with their uncounted hundreds of new firms, the controlling handful of American and foreign corporations now exceed in their size and communications power anything the world has seen before.
Their intricate global interlocks create the force of an international cartel.
There are pernicious consequences. While excessive bigness itself is cause for economic anxieties, the worst problems are political and social. The country’s largest media giants have achieved alarming success in writing the media laws and regulations in favor of their own corporations and against the interests of the general public.
Their concentrated power permits them to become a larger factor than ever before in socializing each generation with entertainment models of behavior and personal values.
The impact on the national political agenda has been devastating, For years, the mainstream news has over dramatized its reporting of congressional and White House debate on the national debt and deficit beyond their intrinsic importance.
Politicians raised the issue, but it was seized upon and overblown by the major media–media that politicians use as a bellwether on what issues will get them the most public attention and partisan advantage.
During these crucial years, the American economy was undergoing an astonishing phenomenon that the mainstream news left largely unreported or actually glamorized in its infrequent references: the largest transfer of the national wealth in American history from a majority of the population to a small percentage of the country’s wealthiest families.