^0Americans are the most over-entertained, uninformed people on the planet.
Ignorant about domestic and geopolitical issues mattering most.
The most important act anyone can do is stop using all mainstream media.
No exceptions whatsoever. It’s brainwash propaganda.
Toxic sludge for the mind.
Voices like this are NEVER heard on the mainstream media.
The "1%" is the global plutocracy, the billionaires.
A sociopathic, puny segment of humanity.
These people pretend to honor and defend democracy.
But are its murderers and undertakers.
Gross injustice, war, grotesque inequality is their handiwork.
And the murder of the planet
Just 8 billionaires own as much wealth as HALF of all humanity.
That's 8 guys are richer than 4 billion people.
The corporate media is their main line of defense.
That's why the best way to break their hold on us...
Is to break their media.
The corporate chokehold on political information is killing us.
Save humanity, the planet and its innocent creatures.
Increase public distrust in the mainstream media.
Defeat their power to mislead.
They lie 24/7. They sell you war. Injustice. Death. Confusion.
And they never stop.
Some more obviously than others, but they all lie.
So trust no one on the Big Media.
And beware of "entertainment shows".
Most also carry highly toxic imperialist propaganda.
Like the fungal NCIS series. Or "24", glorifying DHS.
The police state.
Or CBS Madam Secretary.
A ridiculous show, like The West Wing.
Telling us the US government is good.
That the president is good...that its cabinet is good.
That the US establishment—which they represent...
has noble aims. Rubbish!
Get the healing truth from citizens' media.
Like The Greanville Post and similar free voices.
Do your part to break the power of the mainstream media.
Defeat the presstitutes. The media felons.
Become a soldier in the battle of communications.
Which we must win.
As the ruling cliques prepare the world for nuclear war...
now it's a matter of survival!
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The CDC has estimated that about 84 million (35 percent) US adults get an insufficient quantity of sleep. Approximately 23 percent get less than six hours, and 12 percent get less than five hours. Lack of sleep, like many health issues, has a significant class dimension, as a recent report in the Huffington Postfound, disproportionately affecting the poor and underprivileged. Those unable to work reported the lowest rates of healthy sleep. The southeastern US and the Appalachian region were characterized by a lower duration of healthy sleep, and also have higher rates of obesity, serious health conditions, and death.
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WANTED: MEDIA FELONS
All abject servants of the plutocracy