“Whoever can conquer the street will one day conquer the state, for every form of power politics and any dictatorship-run state has its roots in the street.”
If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.
Excerpt From: Frank B. Thompson, III. “Liars – The News Industry” Free iBooks.
“Henry was like many young people who voted for Martinez little understanding what his policies would do to the economy and job market. Things were bad, they were going to get even worse, the Cloward-Piven Strategy the President and his party were following demanded the misery.
Henry and those young people like him remained blissfully ignorant of what was in point of fact happening and why. Most were schooled to believe in the utopian theories that at no time once held up in the real world. The trillion-dollar “Stimulus Bill” had done nothing to improve the country’s economic conditions as promised. Instead, the money was being pumped to the eleven percent of the American workforce that were unionized.
The things that history had shown would work, “Reaganomic’s” for instance, would never see the light of day. Keynesian Economics would continue to live on in spite of its failures. Young people like Henry never questioned the motives of the media, the young man unflinchingly believed whatever Deena Crawford (media establishment) had to say and who to blame.”
Dr. Victor Magnason, has six years left to live, his last dream…to leave behind a conservative news empire called Magnason Enterprise News Network (MENN). Victor sees his news service as the only means of saving the country from a corrupt media who are helping radicalize the country. The threat posed by the three publishers is real. Americans need to know what is happening to them and why – before it is too late.
Victor’s plans call for a revolutionary news service, one that undermines the brick and mortar operations of the publishers and crushes them under the weight of the very monuments built to satiate their massive egos. Victor predicts the media establishment will go the way of the dinosaurs, overnight.
The publishers discover Victor’s plan, the news barons understand the threat he poses and react quickly. The publishers’ puppets have taken control of Congress, their handpicked man will soon be sitting in the White House. When that happens, Victor will be stopped in his tracks because the publishers know his Achilles Heal, he needs a free and open internet to succeed.
The Special Activities Division is a covert, paramilitary asset on call by one man, the President of the United States. Director, Derrick Mitchum is aware of what happens when a liberal is in the White House. The Director, however, has never seen anything like the sort of man he is about to serve.
Derrick sends his best team on one last mission under the outgoing president, their position, however, is compromised by the incoming administration as part of a political agenda to defeat the Republican Party, once and for all. Derrick learns of the conspiracy from an unlikely source, Victor Magnason, as it hatches. Victor is desperate to see his vision come true. The Director and his team will go rogue rather than knowingly walk into the trap laid by the new administration. Only one thing stands in the way of both parties exposing the sordid truth. Only one violent act will make everything right.
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A fictional account of the demise of today’s news establishment. Other than going out of business, some day, the only thing that would morally level the playing field would be the leveling of the biggest news enterprises, themselves. That’s what this novel is all about, and yes, you may find this read a bit too far-reaching, too extreme, possibly even disturbing – that was my intention. But, let me let you in on a little secret…some of us would not mind if today’s liberal media were cut down to size…some of us would even see their demise as one of the best things that could happen in our country. That is how bad things have gotten with today’s news reporting. Enough on the philosophical, on to the novel. More