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10 Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Buy – 6 Media Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Read or Watch!


  • I have mentioned many times that practically all major MNCs (Multi-National Corporations) are Illuminist owned. The Illuminati owns/controls governments, Big Pharma, Big Oil, Big Agri, MIC, MNCs, MSM, TBTF Banks, global central banking cartel … etc.
  • See also: Six Jewish Companies Control 96% of the World’s Media! 
  • 10 Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Buy – 6 Media Corporations Control  Nearly Everything You Read or Watch! 
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    PolicyMic has a very interesting chart that shows how 10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy.

    The chart was posted on Reddit as illusion of choice. I could not locate the  original source. PolicyMic explains …

    Ten mega corporations control the output of almost everything you buy; from  household products to batteries. These corporations create the chain of supplies that flow from one another.  Each chain begins at one of the 10 super companies.

    Here’s just one example: Yum Brands owns KFC and Taco Bell. The company was a  spin-off of Pepsi. All Yum Brands restaurants sell only Pepsi products because  of a lifetime deal with the soda-maker.

    $84 billion company Proctor & Gamble owns companies that produce  everything from detergent to toothpaste. Unilever produces everything from Dove  soap to Klondike bars.

    It’s not just the products you buy and consume, either. In recent decades,  the very news and information that you get has bundled together: 90% of the  media is now controlled by just six companies, down from 50 in 1983, according  to a Frugal Dad infographic from last year.

    It gets even more macro, too: 37 banks have merged to become just four —  JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and CitiGroup in a little over two  decades, according to this Federal Reserve map.

    The nation’s 10 largest financial institutions hold 54% of our total  financial assets; in 1990, they held 20%. As MotherJones reports, the  number of banks has dropped from more than 12,500 to about 8,000.

    Media Consolidation
    Everything You Think, Read, or Say

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November 5, 2013 - Posted by | Economics, Social Trends | , , , , ,

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