NWO Control


It's my goal to show on this page how the rich people across the globe have bought up so many smaller and bigger businesses with the purpose of dissolving and consolidating them to eventually control the global market, thereby, controlling you and me and the prices of everything!

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Are you starting to see the big picture yet?

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Want to know why your Prescription Drugs are so expensive?

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So, take a good look at who the board members and contributors are for the Center for Disease Control for 2018-2019 and tell me if you see any non-physicians, and see any global elite that would know anything about the CDC?

Board of Directors 2018-2019

Fiscal Year 2019 Report to Contributors

Includes board members serving between July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019

David S. Aldridge    
Retired Chief Financial Officer
Superior Essex Inc.
Treasurer

5770 Powers Ferry Rd NW, Ste 300, Atlanta, Georgia, 30327, United States
Superior Essex specializes in the design, manufacture, and supply of wire and cable products. They manufacture a broad portfolio of wire and cable products with primary applications in the communications and magnet wire related distribution markets....
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Raymond J. Baxter, PhD       
President and CEO
Blue Shield of California Foundation
Secretary -
He served terms on the Global Agenda Council on Health of the World Economic Forum, and the Institute of Medicine's Roundtable on Population Health Improvement.

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Elaine Chambers
Former Board Chair
Lucille Packard Foundation for Children’s Health

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Leah McCall Devlin, DDS, MPH
Professor of the Practice of Health Policy and
Management
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Shirley Franklin
Former Mayor of Atlanta
Executive Chairman
Purpose Built Communities

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Matt James
Senior Counselor  GMMB -

Matt James Senior Counselor / Climate Change and Environmental Justice, Public Health When GMMB opened a San Francisco Bay Area practice, we turned to Matt to join our team. Matt has long been a non-profit and philanthropic leader, and is recognized as an innovator in communications initiatives for social good, both in the Bay Area and nationally.

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Ruth J. Katz
Director, Health, Medicine and Society Program - The Aspen Institute -

Ms. Katz, a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, holds a law degree from Emory University and a Masters of Public Health from Harvard. She served for over a decade, from 1982 to 1995, as Counsel to the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce in the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition, Ms. Katz was, from 1995 to 1996, the Director of Public Health Programs at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation; in 1996, the Democrat nominee for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District for the U.S. House of Representatives; and, in 1997, Counsel to the Advisory Committee on Tobacco Policy and Public Health, chaired by Drs. C. Everett Koop and David Kessler. She was engaged in the private practice of law from 1977 to 1979.

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Phil Kent
Retired Chairman and CEO
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Kent

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Betty E. King
Former U.S. Ambassador United Nations in Geneva -
King, Betty E. - U.S. Dept. of State

U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva
Term of Appointment: 04/02/2010 to present - Ambassador Betty King was nominated on October 22, 2009, by President Obama to serve as the Representative of the United States to the Office of the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva. She was confirmed by the U.S. Senate and attested by the President on February 12, 2010.
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James S. Marks, MD, MPH
Retired Executive Vice President
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Princeton, N.J.—The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) today announced that James S. Marks, MD, MPH, has been named Executive Vice President, overseeing all grantmaking, research, and communications activities in support of its vision of building a Culture of Health in America.

RWJF, the nation’s largest foundation devoted to health, is seeking to enable everyone in the United States to live the healthiest life possible, wherever they live, work, learn, or play, by strengthening vulnerable families, ending disparities, catalyzing demand for healthy choices, and ensuring access to affordable, quality care for all.

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Dikembe Mutombo
Chairman and President
Dikembe Mutombo Foundation Inc.

Dikembe Mutombo Mpolondo Mukamba Jean-Jacques Wamutombo[2] (born June 25, 1966) is a Congolese American former professional basketball player. Mutombo played 18 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Outside basketball, he has become well known for his humanitarian work.[3]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dikembe_Mutombo

Margaret E. Mahoney - Board Chair 1996-1998
Former President
MEM Associates, Inc.

T. Marshall Hahn Jr., PhD^ - Board Chair 1994-1996
Retired Chairman and CEO
Georgia-Pacific Corporation

After leaving Virginia Tech, Hahn became an executive with the Georgia-Pacific Corporation. He was with the company starting in 1973 as a director (1973–2016); executive vice president, chemicals (1975); executive vice president, pulp, paper, and chemicals (1975–1976); president (1976–1982); president and chief operating officer (1982–1983); president and chief executive officer (1983–1984); and chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer (1984–1985).[7] Hahn's tenure as CEO of Georgia Pacific from 1983 to 1993 included the boom years for the paper industry and the hostile takeover of Great Northern Nekoosa by Georgia-Pacific.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._Marshall_Hahn
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Bernard Marcus - Board Chair 1998-2001
Chairman
The Marcus Foundation
Co-founder and Director Emeritus
The Home Depot, Inc.
He studied at Rutgers University for a pharmacy degree.

Marcus worked at a drugstore as a pharmacist but became more interested in the retailing side of the business.
In 2015, Marcus donated $1.5 million to Super PACs supporting Jeb Bush and Scott Walker.[8] On June 1, 2016, Marcus publicly announced his support for Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump. When Marcus announced in 2019 that he would financially support the Donald Trump 2020 presidential campaign, it triggered calls for a boycott of Home Depot even though Marcus was by then no longer with the company. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_Marcus
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Douglas W. Nelson
Retired President and CEO
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Chair

David M. Ratcliffe
Retired Chairman, President and CEO
Southern Company -

Now retired, David Ratcliffe served as chairman, president and CEO of Southern Company, one of America's largest producers of electricity.

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John G. Rice
Chairman, GE Gas Power
GE -

John G. Rice John Rice served as Chairman of GE Gas Power from December 2018 through August 2020. He was previously Vice Chairman, GE until March 2018 and Chief Executive Officer, GE Global Growth Organization from November 2010 until December 2017.

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Kristen Silverberg
Executive Vice President for Policy
Business Roundtable -

Kristen Silverberg (born 1970)[1] was the United States Ambassador to the European Union from July 2008 until January 2009. She was nominated by President George W. Bush on April 24, 2008 and confirmed by the United States Senate on June 27, 2008. On July 22, 2008, she presented her credentials.

Silverberg also served as Senior Adviser to Paul Bremer when he was Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq—reportedly "because she was interested in the work, and not at the behest of the White House."[5] She has been described as a "rising star"[6] in the White House, and as "one of the White House's most trusted behind-the-scenes aides." [5]  Prior to coming to work for the White House, Silverberg served as a law clerk, first to Appellate Court Judge David B. Sentelle, and later to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

She currently sits on the advisory board for Washington, DC nonprofit America Abroad Media.
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Board Chair Emeriti

Douglas W. Nelson
Retired President and CEO
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Chair - David M. Ratcliffe
Retired Chairman, President and CEO
Southern Company -

Now retired, David Ratcliffe served as chairman, president and CEO of Southern Company, one of America's largest producers of electricity.

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John G. Rice
Chairman, GE Gas Power
GE -
John G. Rice John Rice served as Chairman of GE Gas Power from December 2018 through August 2020. He was previously Vice Chairman, GE until March 2018 and Chief Executive Officer, GE Global Growth Organization from November 2010 until December 2017.

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Kristen Silverberg
Executive Vice President for Policy
Business Roundtable -

Kristen Silverberg (born 1970)[1] was the United States Ambassador to the European Union from July 2008 until January 2009. She was nominated by President George W. Bush on April 24, 2008 and confirmed by the United States Senate on June 27, 2008. On July 22, 2008, she presented her credentials.

Silverberg also served as Senior Adviser to Paul Bremer when he was Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq—reportedly "because she was interested in the work, and not at the behest of the White House."[5] She has been described as a "rising star"[6] in the White House, and as "one of the White House's most trusted behind-the-scenes aides." [5]  Prior to coming to work for the White House, Silverberg served as a law clerk, first to Appellate Court Judge David B. Sentelle, and later to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

She currently sits on the advisory board for Washington, DC nonprofit America Abroad Media.
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Board Chair Emeriti

Gary M. Cohen - Board Chair 2010-2014
Executive Vice President and President,
President, Global Health and Development  BD -  Executive Vice President, BD (Becton, Dickinson &Co.)

He is board chair of the CDC Foundation and a board director of the Perrigo Company, UNICEF USA, GBC Health and the Accordia Global Health Foundation.  He also serves as a Commissioner for the UN Commission on Life Saving Commodities for Women and Children, chair of the CDC/Corporate Roundtable on Global Health Threats and an advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative....
He has served as an advocate, speaker and expert panelist on global health, child immunization, HIV/AIDS and health system strengthening, in venues including the United Nations, World Bank, World Economic Forum (Davos), US Department of State and Council on Foreign Relations.  Gary founded Together for Girls, a new partnership to address the human rights and public health impacts of sexual violence against girls, .... and we wouldn't want to forget this part! 
Perrigo
Perrigo Company plc is an American Irish–registered manufacturer of private label over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, and while 70% of Perrigo's net sales are from the U.S. healthcare system, Perrigo is legally headquartered in Ireland for tax purposes, which accounts for 0.60% of net sales.
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Phil S. Jacobs - Board Chair 2005-2010
Partner The Pendleton Consulting Group

Phil Jacobs Phil Jacobs is a founding Partner in The Pendleton Consulting Group and a Senior Consultant for Coxe Curry and Associates. Prior to joining Pendleton and Coxe Curry, Phil served in numerous leadership positions over a 34-year career at BellSouth and AT&T.

In December of 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and (CDC) Prevention in Atlanta dedicated the “Phil S Jacobs Distance Learning Conference Center” in recognition of Phil’s efforts in working with the U. S. Congress to improve building and facilities funding for the CDC. Phil is Chairman of the Board of Atlanta Brewing/Red Brick Beer Company.

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Kent C. “Oz” Nelson - Board Chair 2001-2005
Retired Chair and CEO United Parcel Service, Inc. -
Kent C. (Oz) Nelson is an American businessman who is the retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of United Parcel Service, a position he held from November 1989 to December 1996. He now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. A native of Kokomo, Indiana, Nelson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from Ball State University in 1959. At Ball State, Oz became a brother of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.

Nelson is chairman of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the world's largest foundation dedicated to helping disadvantaged children. He serves as a director of the United Way of America and the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta.
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AND THEN THERE'S THE SO CALLED MAIN STREAM MEDIA!

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THERE ARE NO CORPORATE OWN INDEPENDENT HONEST NEWS REPORTING COMPANIES ANY MORE! fOX IS EVEN A TRAITOR, AND NEWSMAX HAS A COUPLE OF SHIFTY REPORTERS, BUT SO FAR NEWSMAX AND OAN, NTD AND EPOCH TIMES ARE EMERGING AS THE NEW TRUSTWORTHY MEDIA OUTLETS!







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10 Strategies of Media Control According to Noam Chomsky

29 May, 2018
10 Strategies of Media Control According to Noam Chomsky




Noam Chomsky is one of the most highly respected intellectuals in the world. The New York Times said he’s the most important thinker of our current era. One of the major things he’s done is calling out and analyzing the different strategies of media control being used today in the world.

Noam Chomsky first got attention for his work as a linguist, but he’s also a philosopher and political scientist. He’s also become a major voice in the world of political activism. People share his writing all over the globe, and he’s always gaining new readers.


“How it is we have so much information, but know so little?”

-Noam Chomsky-

Chomsky wrote an educational piece summarizing the strategies of media control. While his thoughts on it are deep and complex, he summed it up in simple, accessible terms with the aim of educating people.

1. Distraction

According to Chomsky, the most common of all the strategies of media control is distraction. It basically involves shifting public attention to meaningless or irrelevant things. That’s how they keep our minds occupied.

They also overload people with information or emphasize sporting events, celebrities, and trivia. The aim is to make people lose sight of the real problems.

2. Problem-Reaction-Solution

Sometimes the powers that be purposefully neglect, or at least don’t really address, certain realities. They make their citizens think it’s a problem that needs an outside solution. And they themselves put forth the solution.

This is one strategy of media control used with unpopular decisions. For example, they might intentionally portray a public industry to be worse than it is because they want to privatize it. The idea is to justify selling it off.

3. The gradual strategy

The goal here is to get the public to allow things that they wouldn’t normally accept. How? By introducing them very gradually so the people won’t even notice.

For example, it’s what has happened with the reduction in workers’ rights. In some societies they’ve implemented rules, or kinds of work, that make people eventually think it’s normal for a worker not to have any guarantees of social security.

4. Deferring

This strategy makes citizens think that they’re taking steps that might be bad in the short-term, but could pay off for the whole society in the future. “The ends justify the means.”

The goal is for people to get used to the “bad” things and not reject them. How? To get them to think about how good it will be later on. When the time comes, the “normalization” effect has already done its job. The people don’t protest not getting what they were promised.

5. Treat the people like children

A lot of televised messages, especially in advertisements, talk to people like they’re children. They use very strategic expressions, words, and attitudes topped with a halo of innocence.

The point is to get through people’s defenses. It’s a form of media control that tries to kills people’s critical thinking abilities. Politicians use these tactics too, impersonating fatherly figures.

6. Going the emotional route

The puppet-masters don’t want to activate people’s thoughtful sides. They want to stir up emotions and reach people’s unconscious. That’s why so many of these messages are full of emotional content.

The point is to cause a kind of “short circuit” in rational thinking processes. They use emotions to capture the overall meaning of the message, but not the specifics. This is another way they kill people’s critical thinking abilities.

7. Keeping the public ignorant

Keeping people ignorant is one of the main goals of those in charge. Ignorance means not giving people the tools they need to analyze things themselves. It means telling them the interesting parts, but never revealing the behind-the-scenes of what goes on.

Keeping people ignorant also means taking the focus away from education. It results in a huge gap between the quality of private and public education. They put quiet people’s thirst for knowledge and make intelligence unimportant.

8. Making the public complacent

Most trends and fashions don’t just come out of nowhere. There is almost always someone setting them in motion and promoting them. They do it to create homogenized tastes, interests, and opinions.

The media constantly promotes certain fashions and trends. Most of them have to do with frivolous, unnecessary, even ridiculous lifestyles. They convince people that acting this way is just what’s in style.

9. Reinforcing self-blame

Another strategy of media control is making people think it’s them, and only them, to blame for their problems. Any bad thing that happens is entirely because of them. That’s how they get people to think their environment is perfect and if there’s anything wrong it’s their own fault.

Thus, people end up trying to fit into their environment and then feel guilty for not pulling it off perfectly. They misplace all the anger the system causes, endlessly blaming themselves instead.

10. Knowing people better than they know themselves

Over the last few decades, science has given us access to such knowledge about human biology and psychology. But this information still isn’t available to most people.

Only a tiny bit of information ever reaches the public. Meanwhile the elites have all this information and use it as they please. Once again we can see how ignorance makes it easier for the powers that be to control society.

The goal of these strategies of media control is to make the world into whatever the most powerful people want it to be. They block everyone’s critical thinking abilities and freedom. But it’s our responsibility to stop passively letting them control us. We must put up as much of a fight as we can.



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