The Global Media Industrial Complex
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The Free Press Report was created in an attempt to liberate readers from the global media industrial complex. The mainstream media is controlled and owned by the top one percent of the population, the rich and powerful who operate under a different set of rules than us. Information is suppressed and controlled. The narrative is edited to the extreme.
The Free Press Report is an independent media company created for the people, by the people. Our goal is to create non-biased and non-partisan news coverage for the ordinary American. We are not influenced by any outside party and have been internally funded, unlike the global corporate mainstream media.
To date, The Free Press Report has been covering the Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein trial. When the trial started, we saw a lack of effort from the mainstream media to significantly cover the trial. Narratives were edited, stories suppressed and other “global” events took a higher precedence. Nothing surprising by anyone who has been following the corruption on the global media industrial complex.
Our goals are simple. We plan to cover the Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein trial to the fullest extent possible. Long-form content will be written in The Free Press Report. Short-form content will be posted on our Twitter accounts.
After the trial ends, our goal is to write and report on all government, business and economic corruption. Our team has spent years in corporate American and has seen firsthand how businesses are influenced by politicians and how politicians influence businesses, all for the sake of lining their own pockets. It is time for a change.
Coverage of global media, corporate and political corruption has never been suppressed as much as it is now. In the olden days, independent journalists were able to speak to the people through small, independent newspapers. An important story on corruption was able to spread like wildfire through the very important independent press.
As an American I value the discovery and circulation of knowledge — the prevention of governmental tyranny. America’s founding fathers understood the importance of a free press. The free press was essential fire wall against the government, securing individual rights of the people.
I am... for freedom of the press, and against all violations of the constitution to silence by force and not by reason the complaints or criticisms, just or unjust, of our citizens against the conduct of their agents. — Thomas Jefferson
The global age of media has thwarted the free press into oblivion. The once independent free press has been gobbled up by corporate media conglomerates. Big tech has changed the business model of all independent publications. Old school newspapers that provided an unbiased look at the world are almost entirely gone. The once local newspapers that are left have been swallowed up by Heath Freeman, hedge fund owner of Alden Global Capital that is buying and gutting local newspapers to line his own pockets.
Local blogs and websites are suppressed by big tech algorithms. If you write one thing out of line Google can institute a site wide ban, making sure you never show up in search algorithms again. Facebook restricts what is posted on their website. Twitter suppresses any outside links, to keep users on their own site. The year is 2021 and big brother is watching.
With all hope of liberated knowledge seemed to be lost, there is one last frontier of independent media that has not gotten suppressed. Email communication. Newsletters.
Independent newsletter publications have been on a rapid rise. Email lists are extremely hard for big tech to control. Independent journalists have figured this out and switched their means of medium distribution from the online blog to the online newsletter publication. An independent newsletter is the new independent newspaper. A way to communicate directly with your readers without the suppression of big tech algorithms.
Our overarching goal at The Free Press Report is to deliver independent coverage of government, corporate and political corruption. The only effective way to do this is through email communication with you, the people. Given the reach of our platform to date, we have already received inquiries of political sponsorship and even a potential buyout from a well-known media conglomerate. Our plans are to stay independent forever. We don’t want any political sponsorships influencing anything we write about. And we especially don’t want a media conglomerate to swallow us whole, ultimately changing the narrative.
The only way for us to stay independent and provide coverage of corruption indefinitely is to be a reader supported publication. We need to go back to the old school days where the PEOPLE supported and funded the free press. The Founding Fathers believed in the freedom of press. The right to report on news and circulate opinion without censorship from the government. Today this censorship is from big tech, another powerful arm of a tyrannical government.
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