Big Media -Charts & Figures

“A democracy and free people cannot thrive
without a fiercely independent press”

· Dan Rather, journalist -7.28.2009 ·

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[Some figures from FreePress.net for the 'Big Six'...]

General Electric
2008 revenues: $183 billion ($183 000 000 000)
General Electric media-related holdings include television networks NBC and Telemundo, Universal Pictures, Focus Features, 26 television stations in the United States and cable networks MSNBC, Bravo and the Sci Fi Channel. GE also owns 80 percent of NBC Universal.

Walt Disney
2008 revenues: $37.8 billion ($37 800 000 000)
The Walt Disney Company owns the ABC Television Network, cable networks including ESPN, the Disney Channel, SOAPnet, A&E and Lifetime, 277 radio stations, music and book publishing companies, production companies Touchstone, Miramax and Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, the cellular service Disney Mobile, and theme parks around the world.

News Corp.
2008 revenues: $33 billion ($33 000 000 000)
News Corporation’s media holdings include: the Fox Broadcasting Company, television and cable networks such as Fox, Fox Business Channel, National Geographic and FX, and print publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, TVGuide, the magazines Barron’s, SmartMoney and The Weekly Standard, book publisher HarperCollins, film production companies 20th Century Fox, Fox Searchlight Pictures and Blue Sky Studios, numerous Web sites including MarketWatch.com, and non-media holdings including the National Rugby League.

Time Warner
2008 revenues: $29.8 billion ($29 800 000 000)
Time Warner is the largest media conglomerate in the world, with holdings including: CNN, the CW (a joint venture with CBS), HBO, Cinemax, Cartoon Network, TBS, TNT, America Online, MapQuest, Moviefone, Warner Bros. Pictures, Castle Rock and New Line Cinema, and more than 150 magazines including Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Marie Claire and People.

2008 revenues: $14.6 billion ($14 600 000 000)
Viacom holdings include: MTV, Nickelodeon/Nick-at-Nite, VH1, BET, Comedy Central, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Home Entertainment, Atom Entertainment, and music game developer Harmonix. Viacom 18 is a joint venture with the Indian media company Global Broadcast news.

2008 revenues: $14 billion ($14 000 000 000)
CBS Corporation owns the CBS Television Network, CBS Television Distribution Group, the CW (a joint venture with Time Warner), Showtime, book publisher Simon & Schuster, 29 television stations, and CBS Radio, Inc, which has 140 stations. CBS is now the leading supplier of video to Google’s new Video Marketplace.

Total 2008 revenues for the 'Big Six': $312.2 billion
($312 200 000 000)

[Source: freepress.net]

UFO Footage 7.28.2009

Lightning Crashes(1994) -Live

[When my head was not what it is today, these lyrics stuck firmly in my psyche... In other words, 'The message went right through my old filters'. Now i understand!]
Lightning crashes a new mother cries
Her placenta falls to the floor
The angel opens her eyes
The confusion sets in
Before the doctor can even close the door

Lightning crashes an old mother dies
Her intentions fall to the floor
The angel closes her eyes
The confusion that was hers
Belongs now to the baby down the hall

Oh now feel it, comin' back again
Like a rollin', thunder chasing the wind
Forces pullin' from
The center of the earth again
I can feel it.

Lightning crashes a new mother cries
This moment she's been waiting for
The angel opens her eyes
Pale blue colored iris
Presents the circle
And puts the glory out to hide, hide

SN 1006 Supernova Remnant

A new star, likely the brightest supernova in recorded human history, lit up planet Earth's sky in the year 1006 AD. The expanding debris cloud from the stellar explosion, found in the southerly constellation of Lupus, still puts on a cosmic light show across the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, this composite view includes X-ray data in blue from the Chandra Observatory, optical data in yellowish hues, and radio image data in red. Now known as the SN 1006 supernova remnant, the debris cloud appears to be about 60 light-years across and is understood to represent the remains of a white dwarf star. Part of a binary star system, the compact white dwarf gradually captured material from its companion star. The buildup in mass finally triggered a thermonuclear explosion that destroyed the dwarf star. Because the distance to the supernova remnant is about 7,000 light-years, that explosion actually happened 7,000 years before the light reached Earth in 1006. Shockwaves in the remnant accelerate particles to extreme energies and are thought to be a source of the mysterious cosmic rays.
[I know this is the astronomy pic-of-the-day, but not everyone has time to see what's on the sidebar... Plus, the explanation above is quite interesting... Especially the timeline: this event happened only 10,000 years ago!]
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Kuroshio Sea (Audio, Please Don't Go by Barcelona)

[Watch in HD in YouTube, turn up pleasently loud...]

Why I make the videos - by Charlie

[Those videos can be found here]

A Spiritual 'Conspiracy' 2 -Material Performance!

· Energy Drink With A New World Order Message! ·
The can is called Lost 5-0, a product from the Monster Co. Crazy, eh? The can blatantly shows the all-seeing-eye and uses facts -like governments subduing and conforming people- as juice slogans. All the while, this is an attempt to get people comfortable with the symbolism and phrases of the NWO.

· New World Order Being Taught In Schools!
They aren't hiding it anymore.
Just sugar-coating it to be a peace keeping measure.

· Rise Of The Students: This Is Real Rebellion! ·


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