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Friday, November 27, 2009

Devvy Kidd's Commentaries

Devvy Kidd
Updated October, 2006

Americans who understand the 'big picture' know that anyone who is speaking out about the mechanisms in place destroying this country and the massive power grabs by Congress to centralize every facet of American life under a totalitarian government are aware that:

The dominant media is compromised and that includes cable, i.e. FOX, CNN, MSNBC. You will never see me, Dr. Edwin Vieira, Dr. Carolyn Dean, Bill Benson or any other individual on Hannity & Colmes, Bill O'Reilly, Dan Abrams, Paula Zahn or any others. Fox News might be fair and balanced in many areas, but that network is owned by a big time new world order player, Ruppert Murdoch. He isn't about to allow any programming on his network that is contrary to the goals of achieving a one world government.

The nightly propaganda machines (ABC, NBC, CBS) are viewed by roughly 30 million Americans every evening who get nothing but a minute or two of carefully chosen "news" by the elite that they want the American people to have. Cable is a bit more diverse, but none of them will touch any guest who is trying to warn the American people about all the real dangers facing this republic and who is orchestrating events.

The dominant newspapers in this country are all owned by monstrous conglomerates. Journalists like me, Dennis Cuddy, Frosty Wooldridge and others will never get our columns published in the LA Times, Chicago Sun Times, SF Chronicle and so on. Forget it. There are a few excellent newspapers out there, i.e. The Idaho Observer, but unlike USA Today, another rag, the owners of The Idaho Observer don't have the funding to go national.

Talk radio is dominated by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and other neutralizers. If you add up the number of stations just those three are syndicated on, it's in the hundreds and hundreds.

Americans are pressed for time every day. They are stuck in commute traffic for 30 minutes or an hour each way to work and then back home. Between family obligations and the fact that unless you have a few hundred thousand dollars to drop on mainstream advertising mediums, the chances of ten or twenty million people clicking on to devvy.com or NewsWithViews.com are slim. Contact usually comes from word of mouth or hearing a columnist on one of those radio shows that can't get syndicated. Most Americans simply don't have time to surf the Internet or if they do use the Net with their limited time, they have set sites they quickly check for some news or shopping.

Here is the link to all of Devy Kidd's past articles. You will find answers to any subject matter thats on your mind.


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