From Ludlow to Sandy Hook, the media conceals the crimes of the Robber Barons and their partners in government

IF YOU BELIEVE THE OFFICIAL GULF OF TOMKIN, 911, WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION OR SANDY HOOK ‘STORIES’, YOU ARE IN SERIOUS TROUBLE!

by AL Whitney (C) copyround 2013
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

When you own the mediaThe Robber Barons have been involved in Public Private Partnerships with ‘government’ for a very long time. As their wealth has allowed them to control the media, the public is unaware and is therefore easily deceived and manipulated.

 “The Ludlow Massacre” – 1914

[Excerpted from “The Truth About the Rockefeller Drug Empire” by researcher/author Hans Reusch]

The United Mine Workers had asked for higher wages and better living conditions for the miners of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, one of the many Rockefeller-owned companies.

The miners — mostly immigrants from Europe’s poorest countries — lived in shacks provided by the company at exorbitant rent. Their low wages ($1,68 a day) were paid in script redeemable only at company stores charging high prices. The churches they attended were the pastorates of company-hired ministers; their children were taught in company-controlled schools; the company libraries excluded books that the Bible-thumping Rockefellers deemed “subversive”, such as “Darwin’s Origin of the Species.” The company maintained a force of detectives, mine guards, and spies whose job it was to keep the camp quarantined from the danger of unionization.

When the miners struck, JDR, Jr., then officially in command of the company, and his father’s hatchet man, the Baptist Reverend Frederick T. Gates, who was a director of the Rockefeller Foundation, refused even to negotiate. They evicted the strikers from the company-owned shacks, hired a thousand strike-breakers from the Baldwin-Felts detective agency, and persuaded Governor Ammons to call out the National Guard to help break the strike.

Open warfare resulted. Guardsmen, miners, their women and children, who since their eviction were camping in tents, were ruthlessly killed, until the frightened Governor wired President Wilson for Federal Troops, who eventually crushed the strike, The New York Times, which then already could never be accused of being unfriendly to the Rockefeller interests, reported on April 21, 1914.

“A 14-hour battle between striking coal miners and members of the Colorado National Guard in the Ludlow district today culminated in the killing of Louis Tikas, leader of the Greek strikers, and the destruction of the Ludlow tent colony by fire.”

And the following day:

“Forty-five dead (32 of them women and children), a score missing and more than a score wounded is the known result of the 14-hour battle which raged between state troops and coal miners in the Ludlow district, on the property of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, the Rockefeller holding. The Ludlow is a mass of charred debris, and buried beneath it is a story of horror unparalleled in the history of industrial warfare. In the holes that had been dug for their protection against rifle fire, the women and children died like trapped rats as the flames swept over them. One pit uncovered this afternoon disclosed the bodies of ten children and two women.”

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This was the beginning of Rockerfeller’s obsession with controlling the media. And by the 50’s he was able to censor most content.  Russell Blaylock, MD explains this reality in less than 7 min: The Rockefellers and the Media

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