Russia, we all know from geography class it’s the biggest country in the world. Isn’t it too bad Russians never did anything good? I mean, if you use Google or almost any information source people in the west use, Russians are living in a dark, inescapable prison where a fiendish despot thinks of nothing but threatening the rest of the world. And this Putin fellow has supposedly deployed the mightiest propaganda machine the world has ever known! But wait, is this all true? For those who are still unaware, the world mind control center is not in Moscow.
I hope you will forgive the sarcasm. But the reality of the west-east divide is just too simple to figure out. And this is why I wake up every morning praying the media bubble suffocating my countrymen will burst. No, Russia’s state media cannot even hold a flickering candle to the enormous propaganda beast waging information war on our minds. Let me remind everyone that 13 corporations control nearly every scrap of information distributed in the world. And Putin does not run any of these companies.
Lists suck, but to understand the level of mind control we are talking about, naming these companies is essential. Bertelsmann, National Amusements (ViacomCBS), Sony Corporation, News Corp, Comcast, The Walt Disney Company, AT&T Inc., Fox Corporation, Hearst Communications, MGM Holdings Inc., Grupo Globo (South America), and Lagardère Group are the multinational controllers of information worldwide. Now let’s take a closer look at who controls these conglomerates.
Bertelsmann, which the Mohn family runs since World War II, was the most significant book publisher for Hitler’s Wehrmacht before and during the war. Since the war, the company has bloomed into a worldwide conglomerate that publishes books, broadcasts on television on radio, produces music, prints magazines, and operates in the service industry as well. If you are within the German sphere of language or influence, this company brainwashes you to what to think and how to conduct your life. Your children learn with a tilt that is toward whatever Christoph Mohn and his sisters think they need. In fact, through the company’s Penguin ownership, the Mohn’s get to indoctrinate American and British schoolchildren too. Oh, and also on the Bertelsmann board are BMW chairperson Joachim Milberg, Nestle Germany board chair Werner J.