Monday, July 29, 2013

In the Fog of The Presstitutes

What am I bid for a 'good' story?
One of the definitions of "prostitution" is: "a person who offers his talent or work for unworthy purposes."

The word "presstitute" is said to have arisen in the poetic cognition of Gerald Celente.

In the blogosphere the term is used as a way to describe those who wear a mask of free press journalists, but who in reality are something else: "A member of the media who will alter their story and reporting based on financial interests or other ties with usually partisan individuals or groups."

We can deduce, then, that the business of owning media empires which cater most to the corporate epigovernment Johns, can be referred to as the illegitimate business of presstitution.

The graphic-photo above alludes to females, but the greatest American propagandists so far have been male (The Ways of Bernays, Exceptional American Propaganda Inspired NAZI Goebbels).

In fact, some writers state that one is doomed to stay terribly uninformed if one does not understand the greatest propagandist in American history:
It is impossible to fundamentally grasp the social, political, economic and cultural developments of the past 100 years without some understanding of Bernays and his professional heirs in the public relations industry. PR is a 20th century phenomenon, and Bernays -- widely eulogized as the "father of public relations" at the time of his death in 1995 -- played a major role in defining the industry's philosophy and methods.
(The Matriarch of the Matrix - 3). After sanitation by PR descendants of Bernays (the presstitutes) government propaganda is called "spin", while intentional deceit of business is called "advertising."

The "free press" mentioned in the First Amendment has morphed into a multi-billion dollar presstitution business called "the media" (Blind Willie McTell News).

That is why we tend not to know of the millions of innocent people religiously slaughtered by the U.S. military (The Virgin MOMCOM - 6); that we have been fighting oil wars since Winston Churchill made a fateful decision a century ago (The Universal Smedley - 2); or that current problems in the Middle East, including Egypt, are related to a century of struggle to control the oil of that region (Viva Egypt - 2).

That is also why we tend not to know that the military is not the most competent American institution (Stockholm Syndrome on Steroids? - 2), because among other very bad things, it spies on every American as if that American is an enemy (ACLU vs. Clapper, Alexander, Hagel, Holder, and Mueller - 3).

That is also why we tend not to know that our once-middle-class-economy has been plundered into what is now a plutocracy (The Homeland: Big Brother Plutonomy - 7).

That is also why we tend not to know (until it is too late to prevent it) that 80% of American adults face unemployment and/or poverty (Huffington Post).

That is also why we tend not to know that such plunder has taken place via warmongering policies of war profiteers (War is the Highway 61 of the 1%).

That is enough for one post.

The next post in this series is here.

More information which the presstitutes have kept hidden from 92% of us:

1 comment:

  1. The corporate press has let down the American people and cowered at the feet of the Plutocracy..