Donald Trump v’s The Media – Will he break them?

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Bro. Nathanael and his unique skills clearly points out that with the exception (but inclusion in the group) of ‘Mad’ Murdoch in the Media Moguls ruling America thought, Trump has declared his willingness to stop them. As they are all Jewish I wonder what are his chances of succeeding? We shall see and hope for journalist is mainstream completely defunct.

And this very interesting statement was posted on Bro. Nathanael’s Youtube comments.
By David McCabe – 02/07/16 Twenty years ago this week, President Bill Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The act, signed into law on February 8, 1996, was “essentially bought and paid for by corporate media lobbies,” as Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) described it, and radically “opened the floodgates on mergers.” The negative impact of the law cannot be overstated. The law, which was the first major reform of telecommunications policy since 1934, according to media scholar Robert McChesney, “is widely considered to be one of the three or four most important federal laws of this generation.” The act dramatically reduced important Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations on cross ownership, and allowed giant corporations to buy up thousands of media outlets across the country, increasing their monopoly on the flow of information in the United States and around the world. “Never have so many been held incommunicado by so few,” said Eduardo Galeano, the Latin American journalist, in response to the act. Twenty years later the devastating impact of the legislation is undeniable: About 90 percent of the country’s major media companies are owned by six corporations. Bill Clinton’s legacy in empowering the consolidation of corporate media is right up there with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and welfare reform, as being among the most tragic and destructive policies of his administration.
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