Thursday, 5 February 2015


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"The popularity of newspapers had already significantly diminished between 1980 and 1995, well before the internet age."

Newspaper circulations inevitably declined when more and more people began to realise that the newspapers are not telling the truth on the big issues.

Most newspapers provide subtle propaganda for the rich elite - the Robber Barons and Feudal Lords.

In the years 2010-13, The Washington Post's average daily paid circulation declined 14% to 480,166.
ISIS Bombshell Interview.

In the UK, in December 2014, the daily newspaper average circulation figures showed some steep declines.

The Sunday Mail  - 220,098, down 13.9% 

Daily Star - 426,300, down 13.31%

Sunday Post - 188,670, down 12.92%

The Guardian - 177,880, down 12.4%

The Daily Telegraph - 485,513, down 10.17%

2014 national ....

Newspapers can increase their circulations.

When the Sunday Herald newspaper recently declared its support for Scottish independence it experienced a 111% cent year on year increase in circulation.

Sunday Herald reports doubling of circulation.

Prior to 2004, the Sunday Herald had a healthy circulation and it came up with some good stories on links between the security services and 9/11, Lockerbie and Northern Ireland.

Five Israelis were seen filming as jet liners ploughed into the ....

In 2003, the Sunday Herald was taken over by an American company (Newsquest - a Gannett company)

In 2004, the Sunday Herald editor Andrew Jaspan resigned and moved to Australia.

Under Gannett, the Sunday Herald, became a joke, until it started supporting Scottish independence.

However, the Sunday Herald, under Gannett, still spews out 'propaganda'.

A Man Has Been Charged With Kidnapping a Boy as Part of Sex-Trafficking.

Police in swoop on 45 more men over child sex grooming.


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  2. Who controls the advertising budget and commissions the ads determines both the content and the platform. Who owns the advertising agencies ?

    Who pays the piper calls the tune !

    Top 100 Advertisers

    Top 100 advertisers in newsbrands (print and online) September 2013 - August 2014

    Source: Nielsen Sep 13 - Aug 14

    Newspapers to lose £400 million in advertising revenue over next two years

    Gavriel Hollander 19 June 2013

  3. Propaganda and normalisation - This agency WPP was behind the Virgin advert featuring the doctored railway children footage ... note how the background sky has been replaced and now includes chemtrails. Look at the government banking and spooky connections. Booz Allen for instance.

    WPP leadership

    WPP's Board of directors is collectively responsible for promoting the success of the Company by directing and supervising the Group's strategy and is responsible to shareowners for the Group's financial and operational performance.

    Philip Lader
    Non-Executive chairman | Letter of appointment - Philip Lader
    Philip Lader was appointed chairman in 2001. The US Ambassador to the Court of St James’s from 1997 to 2001, he previously served in several senior executive roles in the US Government, including as a Member of the President’s Cabinet and as White House Deputy Chief of Staff. Before entering government service, he was executive vice president of the company managing the late Sir James Goldsmith’s US holdings and president of both a prominent American real estate company and universities in the US and Australia. A lawyer, he is also a Senior Advisor to Morgan Stanley, a director of Marathon Oil, AES and Rusal Corporations, a trustee of the Smithsonian Museum of American History and the Atlantic Council and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

    Sir Martin Sorrell
    Sir Martin Sorrell joined WPP in 1986 as a director, becoming Group chief executive in the same year. He is a non-executive director of Formula One and Alcoa Inc.

    Paul Richardson
    Finance director
    Paul Richardson became Group finance director of WPP in 1996 after four years with the Company as director of treasury. He is responsible for the Group’s worldwide functions in finance, information technology, procurement, property, treasury, taxation, internal audit and sustainability.

    He is a chartered accountant and fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers. He is a non-executive director of CEVA Group plc, Chime Communications PLC and STW Communications Group Limited in Australia, the last two being companies associated with the Group.

    Mark Read
    CEO, WPP Digital
    Mark Read was appointed a director in March 2005. He is chief executive of WPP Digital, and was previously WPP's Director of Strategy. He is a director of CHI&Partners. He worked at WPP between 1989 and 1995 in both parent company and operating company roles. Prior to rejoining WPP in 2002, he was a principal at the consultancy firm of Booz-Allen & Hamilton and founded and developed the company WebRewards in the UK. He is a trustee of the Natural History Museum Development Trust.






  9. Bluntly, it is obvious to any old hand that the media is owned by a few hands, all obeying the Talmud, the 'jews who are not jews'.
    Follow the money and propaganda. It is obvious.
    The lies, the hatred of any non-jew is plain to see.
    The agenda of controlling the non-jew is obvious.
    Circulation falls when readers sense that they are being lied to.

    The first job of any true journalist is to ask the questions anyone would.
    When journalists follow a course of answers dictated by others, then they are cheap, lowly propagandists, as arch Zionist Edward Bernays of advertising fame said: government should control minds by manipulating information.

    It is ridiculous that a small tribe of lying, cheating AshkeNAZI hold the whole world hostage, and we let them get away with it.

  10. There's one newspaper that is not on this list.
    The Metro.
    Handed out everyday for FREE all across the country.
    And then promptly binned.
    I wonder who owns The Metro?