Why Do People Read Blogs?

TAP – Why do people read and write blogs? Here is your answer. The media is owned by big business. The article below tells which ones own which outlets, but the authors didn’t follow the ownership of the companies that own all the primary media channels, further up the scale. Had they done so, they would find the same top four US banks as key shareholders of all of them.

Who owns those banks? You’re not allowed to know, but we can guess. The same interconnected groups of families who own everything else – Rothschilds and their various descendants.

ARTICLE – We all know that the mainstream media is nothing more than a propaganda tool used by the global elite to control the thoughts and perceptions of the citizens.. Their goal is to keep you from the truth! Below I included the Big Six, which refers to these government controlled media sources.. These are just not news channels but all the Movies, TV Shows, Newspapers and Magazines that you read! They control everything! Read more below…..

General Electric

General Electric is a true behemoth: the conglomerate is the world’s third largest company with market capitalization of nearly $370 billion and annual revenue of $173 billion (2007). The company produces practically everything – from aircraft engine to locomotives to medical devices.

GE’s media holding includes television networks NBC and Telemundo, 27 television stations in the United States and many cable TV networks, including the History Channel, A&E, and Sci Fi Channel. It also owns the popular web-based TV website Hulu.

Time Warner

Time Warner is the world’s largest media and entertainment company – it owns major operations in film, TV, print, Internet, and telecommunications. Time Warner has an annual revenue of $50.5 billion (2008) – the equivalent of the entire GDP of Luxembourg.

Like cartoons? Time Warner’s got you covered with Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Classic movies? Check (Turner Classic Movies). And who can forget CNN and Headline News? Both are Time Warner properties.

Note: CW is co-owned by Time Warner and CBS.

The Walt Disney Company

You may associate it with amusement parks, but The Walt Disney Company has grown to be one of the world’s largest media and entertainment corporation since its founding as an animation studio by brothers Walt and Roy Disney in 1923.

The Walt Disney Company owns the ABC television network, with more 200 affiliated stations reaching nearly 100% of all U.S. television market, as well as dozens of niche cable networks. True to its cartoon animation origin, Disney captures its viewers early – it counts millions of young children as its audience with kids channels like the Disney Channel.

News Corporation

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation is a behemoth: it is the largest media company in the world by market capitalization ($38 billion). For most people, the conservative news channel Fox comes foremost to mind when asked what they think of Murdoch’s media empire – but the company’s holding is far larger: it includes Asia’s Star TV Network, the National Geographic Channel and even the iconic TV Guide network.

Don’t watch TV? Even if you prefer to browse the Internet, most likely you’ve visited News Corp’s property, which include Hulu (owned in partnership with GE through its subsidiary NBC Universal) and the social networking giant MySpace.


CBS (which used to stand for the Columbia Broadcasting System) is not sometimes called the Tiffany Network for nothing: the company is known for its high programming quality. It is currently the most watched television network in the United States, and reached more than 103 million homes in the country.

Both CBS and Viacom (see below) are owned by multi-billionaire Sumner “content is king” Redstone, through his holding company, National Amusements.


Viacom stands for “Video and Audio Communication” – and true to that name, the company owns a large number of cable and satellite television networks (the company was split from CBS Corporation in 2005, though both have the same majority owner).

TAP – In other words, bullshit.

In 2007, Viacom filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Google and YouTube for copyright infringement and recently a federal judge granted Viacom’s request for data of all YouTube users. The blogosphere has since called for a boycott of all Viacom properties – so that means no MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon or – gasp – Comedy Central for you!

TAP With every main media outlet coming from the same stable, it is no wonder that people sense that ‘news’ is not real. Like the readers and writers at The Tap, we look around for other explanations. The whole lot are owned by the same people, well hidden but operating as one. Their aim is to gradually close us down, as we give another version about the history of the world, a history they don’t want people to know anything about. As regards boycotting Viacom, just boycott the lot. You really won’t miss a thing.

Read whole article on usahitman

Road Hog – It was interesting to read, that up until recently, that Julia Middleton’s (Head of Common Purpose) husband (Richard Middleton) was a director for Trinity Mirror (Lefty group of papers).

TAP – Trinity are not so much left wing, as agents of the globalist agenda. They control the whole of the country’s regional press as well as the Mirror. People trying to write to their local paper often find it won’t publish their letters. That’s because it’s all part of the control grid, operating to a Common Purpose.

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One Response to “Why Do People Read Blogs?”

  1. Road_Hog says:

    It was interesting to read, that up until recently, that Julia Middleton’s (CP) husband (Richard Middleton) was a director for Trinity Mirror (Lefty group of papers).

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