Monday, 23 September 2002

The Gatekeepers

Foundations Fund Phony "Left" Media

Just found this in Cyberspace, seems that The Controllers are also funding the "left", makes sense really. This must be Plan B, just in case their attempted fascist takeover fails! Forget about existing structures and institutions and "New World Orders", it's all the same totalitarianism dressed up in a paisley shirt. It just goes to show you; TRUST NO-ONE!

Don't even trust me when I tell you not to trust anyone .: MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND!


"They are guarding all the doors, they are holding all the keys." ::: Morpheus

Click the image to enlarge it The multi-billion dollar Ford Foundation's historic relationship to the CIA is rarely mentioned on Pacifica's Democracy Now / Deep Dish TV show, on FAIR's Counterspin show, on the Working Assets Radio show, on The Nation Institute's Radio Nation show, on David Barsamian's Alternative Radio show or in the pages of Progressive (edited by a Rothschild no-less), Mother Jones and Z magazine. One reason may be because the Ford Foundation and other Establishment foundations subsidize the Establishment Left's alternative media gatekeepers / censors.

"If they don't like what we're doing, we don't get funded next year."
TomPaine.com Executive Director John Moyers

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Deep Dish TV has NO funding relationship with Democracy Now! There is really no financial relationship between the two institutions, both are completely independent from one another. Contact either organization and ask them.

b.f. said...

Actually, there's been an historical funding relationship between Deep Dish TV and Democracy Now! In early 2002, for example,an additional Ford Foundation grant of $75,000 was given to Deep Dish TV "for the television news series, DEMOCRACY NOW, to continue incorporating the aftermath of the September 11th attack into future broadcasts." Besides being presently subsidized by the Ford Foundation to air Pacifica's DEMOCRACY NOW show, Deep Dish TV, with an annual income of $158,000 in 2000, was also subsidized by the MacArthur Foundation in the 1990s. Between 1993 and 1998, $190,000 in grants were given to Deep Dish TV by the MacArthur Foundation. And one of the members of Deep Dish TV's board of directors in recent years has apparently been a WBAI staffperson named Mario Murillo.