Mar 6, 2017

Liberal Media and Conservative Media: Controlled Opposition

The following article originally appeared March 4, 2017 on Left Wing Astrology and is written by Kevin Estes who generously shares his views and analysis with the readers of Stars Over Washington:

The Liberal Media and The Conservative Media - Controlled Opposition

by Kevin Estes

In the US today, people tend to get their political news from TV channels and websites that align with their political world views, which are astrological complexes as the research in this blog confirms. There are many different options on both sides, known as the liberal media and the conservative media.

Liberal Media: ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, NPR, Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Alternet, Salon, New York Times, Politico, Think Progress;

Conservative Media: Fox News, Breitbart, Drudge Report, Daily Mail, Infowars, Right Wing News, Rush Limbaugh, Wall Street Journal, Godfather Politics, Free Republic.

This is to name a few as there are many more options on both sides. The thing about all these TV channels and websites is that they are all controlled opposition. While the news anchors and authors featured on them generally do have the views they express to us, as shown in their charts that have been analyzed in this blog, these media outlets all have one thing in common:

They never offer changing the system altogether as an option.

Yes, the liberal media outlets will all call for tax increases on the wealthy, and the conservative media outlets will all call for tax cuts and overturning Roe v Wade, but these things will not change the overall structure of the system (I doubt the wealthiest Americans, many of whom are part of the Bilderberg Group, pay any taxes at all). The current system calls for working an average of 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 40 plus years (and since people sleep an average of 8 hours a day as well, you're basically consuming for the other 8 hours, whether it's food, water, gasoline, or electricity so that basically, you're living like a battery, and humanity has a much bigger purpose than that) in order to survive, with a sizable portion being taken back by the Government in the form of the income tax, despite hardly working in anyone's best interest except themselves and the corporations that own them.

This all ends around the age of 65-70, when most people physically can't work anymore, and thus they're eligible for retirement when they're no longer useful to the elites. The last election was a result of people waking up to the liberal media, though like I mentioned before, Trump is a smokescreen, and many of the conservative media outlets that endorsed him, most notably Breitbart and Infowars, are also controlled opposition. Real change will not happen unless the current ways of doing things change.

Imagine a society where the media tells the truth, where everyone's needs are met unconditionally without having to be a wage slave, where all political parties have a chance of winning rather than the two that are in on the Illuminati agenda...

The US Pluto return will take place in 2022, and a year later Pluto will enter Aquarius, the sign of truth, technology (expect robots and machines to do a lot of the jobs we do, and cars that drive themselves), equality (not communism, as Aquarius is also the sign of freedom, and the people being born during this era and the young adults in this era will demand it with Pluto and Neptune in Pisces), and even astrology.

All of that will likely happen, along with the unearthing of suppressed truths, such as political ideology being in your birth chart and the asteroid Pallas indicating people's ethical natures (which would be a way for people to determine if their elected officials will work in their best interests, or do things like accept bribes from corporations, be a war hawk, and force their innate world views on everyone as soon as they gain power). Plus, generations and cultural trends are defined by Pluto and Neptune signs (and even Uranus signs to an extent, as Uranus transits do slightly effect the "flavor" of the Neptune sign culture, most notably switching from progressive rock and disco to New Wave when Uranus entered Sagittarius in 1981, despite Neptune still being in Sagittarius), the Moon, ascendant, and inner and outer planet signs being known by everyone along with the Sun sign, and even what really happens when you die (the concept of Heaven and Hell is another way to keep you from being truly free, much like being a wage slave).

The more we know the truth about our own innate natures and have a society that works in the best interest of everyone, the better off everyone will be.

Previous articles by Kevin Estes:

Pluto in Capricorn, Neptune in Pisces, and the Pluto Return.

Divide and Conquer: The Illuminati Agenda.


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