Friday, October 1, 2010
The Firing of Rick Sanchez Formerly of CNN and Why It’s Important to You
By Nicholas Contompasis
As you may have already heard Rick Sanchez of CNN News was fired for a radio interview he did not long ago. I have posted the entire interview in two parts for you to review here on the blog. The firing of Rick Sanchez is troubling on several fronts.
It was obvious that the interviewer was trying to draw Rick out into saying things that would be politically incorrect and damaging to his career. But, Rick skated around those very obvious ploys but made his point without coming right out and saying it.
The interviewer was trying to get Rick to say that Jews run the media in America. Rick’s response was vaguer than an outright condemnation that Jews ran the industry. Rick said that the people that ran the media were the same as John Stewart, implying that Stewart a Jew was like the heads of most media conglomerates, most who are Jewish. According to a list that has been attached to this article it would appear that Rick Sanchez’s implication that Jews do control most of the U.S. media is correct and that his reference to his being passed over or niched into his job was a racist act on the part of CNN. Rick was basically saying that because Rick wasn’t Jewish he would hold this dead-end job they gave him, forever.
Rick’s firing has far more reaching implications. By firing Rick Sanchez, Rick now has grounds to sue CNN and expose in public civil court the list that has been attached of Jewish owners who control most of Hollywood, TV, Radio, Newspapers and even now the Internet. This would be the factual evidence that would expose the grip this group of people have on your news and information networks.
Now, let’s take this to the next level and inject the lack of information provided to the general public about our now elected President Obama. Most in the country now realize by simply watching the Neilson polls and ratings agencies that America now doesn’t trust the mainstream media because of their lack of providing important information regarding the President and his policies. Lies would be the best description for most of the disinformation that has come from them.
The problem lies with the fact that most Jews that run media outlets are very liberal and are now linked to a lying and deceptive behavior that occurred during Presidential elections of 2008 and is ongoing to this day.
I imagine you’re wondering, how does this involve the firing of Rick Sanchez, right? Well, the last thing these big guns in media want is to be exposed as a monolithic entity hell-bent on socializing the country which is just what our President is trying to do.
Most Americans don’t follow things like this and frankly don’t care as long as they are getting what they want from the media source. But, in the past two years there is outrage and even condemnation of the mainstream media for its blatant lies amplified on most TV channels and newspapers. So, it could be said that Rick Sanchez’s firing is a big deal and just could be the beginning of the end of the monolithic iron grasp liberal Jews have on our countries information gathering and entertainment corporations. With a public that is aware and an ensuing outrage, it will be just a matter of time before these outlets are completely shunned by the vast majority of Americans and eventual go under like most of our newspapers.
But, make no mistake about it, you won’t see an article like this in the New York Times anytime soon. As a matter of fact you may never hear about this again unless Rick Sanchez sues CNN.
Michael Rubens Bloomberg He is the founder and 88% owner of Bloomberg L.P
George Soros American currency speculator, stock investor, businessman,
philanthropist, and political activist.
Forbes lists Soros as the 29th-richest person in the world,
with a net worth estimated at US$11.0 billion. Soros has given
$6 billion to various causes since 1979.
MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN, owner of NY Daily News, US News &
World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents
of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the
largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.
LESLIE MOONVES, president of CBS television,
great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with
Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public
Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed
JONATHAN MILLER, chair and CEO of AOL division of
NEIL SHAPIRO, president of NBC News
JEFF GASPIN, Executive Vice-President, Programming,
DAVID WESTIN, president of ABC News
SUMNER REDSTONE, CEO of Viacom, “world’s biggest media
giant” (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and
MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and
Black Entertainment TV.
MICHAEL EISNER, major owner of Walt Disney, Capitol
RUPERT MURDOCH, Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London
Times, News of the World (Jewish mother)
MEL KARMAZIN, president of CBS
DON HEWITT, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS
JEFF FAGER, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS
DAVID POLTRACK, Executive Vice-President, Research and
SANDY KRUSHOW, Chair, Fox Entertainment
LLOYD BRAUN, Chair, ABC Entertainment
BARRY MEYER, chair, Warner Bros.
SHERRY LANSING. President of Paramount Communications
and Chairman of Paramount Pictures’ Motion Picture
HARVEY WEINSTEIN, CEO. Miramax Films.
BRAD SIEGEL., President, Turner Entertainment.
PETER CHERNIN, second in-command at Rupert Murdoch’s
News. Corp., owner of Fox TV
MARTY PERETZ, owner and publisher of the New Republic,
which openly identifies itself as pro-Israel. Al Gore
credits Marty with being his “mentor.”
ARTHUR O. SULZBERGER, JR., publisher of the NY Times,
the Boston Globe and other publications.
WILLIAM SAFIRE, syndicated columnist for the NYT.
TOM FRIEDMAN, syndicated columnist for the NYT.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, syndicated columnist for the
Washington Post. Honored by Honest Reporting.com,
website monitoring “anti-Israel media.”
RICHARD COHEN, syndicated columnist for the Washington
JEFF JACOBY, syndicated columnist for the Boston Globe
NORMAN ORNSTEIN, American Enterprise Inst., regular
columnist for USA Today, news analyst for CBS, and
co-chair with Leslie Moonves of the Advisory Committee
on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers,
appointed by Clinton.
ARIE FLEISCHER, Dubya’s press secretary.
STEPHEN EMERSON, every media outlet’s first choice as
an expert on domestic terrorism.
DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN, owner of the Village Voice and the
New Times network of “alternative weeklies.”
DENNIS LEIBOWITZ, head of Act II Partners, a media
KENNETH POLLACK, for CIA analysts, director of Saban
Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY
Times, New Yorker
BARRY DILLER, chair of USA Interactive, former owner
of Universal Entertainment
KENNETH ROTH, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch
RICHARD LEIBNER, runs the N.S. Bienstock talent
agency, which represents 600 news personalities such
as Dan Rather, Dianne Sawyer and Bill O’Reilly.
TERRY SEMEL, CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.
MARK GOLIN, VP and Creative Director, AOL
WARREN LIEBERFORD, Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div.
of AOL- TimeWarner
JEFFREY ZUCKER, President of NBC Entertainment
JACK MYERS, NBC, chief.NYT 5.14.2
SANDY GRUSHOW, chair of Fox Entertainment
GAIL BERMAN, president of Fox Entertainment
STEPHEN SPIELBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks
JEFFREY KATZENBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks
DAVID GEFFEN, co-owner of Dreamworks
LLYOD BRAUN, chair of ABC Entertainment
JORDAN LEVIN, president of Warner Bros. Entertainment
MAX MUTCHNICK, co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good
DAVID KOHAN, co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good
HOWARD STRINGER, chief of Sony Corp. of America
AMY PASCAL, chair of Columbia Pictures
JOEL KLEIN, chair and CEO of Bertelsmann’s American
ROBERT SILLERMAN, founder of Clear Channel
BRIAN GRADEN, president of MTV entertainment
IVAN SEIDENBERG, CEO of Verizon Communications
WOLF BLITZER, host of CNN’s Late Edition
LARRY KING, host of Larry King Live
TED KOPPEL, host of ABC’s Nightline
ANDREA KOPPEL, CNN Reporter
PAULA ZAHN, CNN Host
MIKE WALLACE, Host of CBS, 60 Minutes
BARBARA WALTERS, Host, ABC’s 20-20
MICHAEL LEDEEN, editor of National Review
BRUCE NUSSBAUM, editorial page editor, Business Week
DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and
Washington Post, son of
CATHERINE GRAHAM MEYER, former owner of the Washington
HOWARD FINEMAN, Chief Political Columnist, Newsweek
WILLIAM KRISTOL, Editor, Weekly Standard, Exec.
Project for a New American Century (PNAC)
RON ROSENTHAL, Managing Editor, San Francisco
PHIL BRONSTEIN, Executive Editor, San Francisco
RON OWENS, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities,
JOHN ROTHMAN, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities,
MICHAEL SAVAGE, Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol
Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets
MICHAEL MEDVED, Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations
DENNIS PRAGER, Talk Show Host, nationally syndicated
from LA. Has Israeli flag on his home page.
BEN WATTENBERG, Moderator, PBS Think Tank.
ANDREW LACK, president of NBC
DANIEL MENAKER, Executive Director, Harper Collins
DAVID REZNIK, Editor, The New Yorker
NICHOLAS LEHMANN, writer, the New York
HENRICK HERTZBERG, Talk of the Town editor, The New
SAMUEL NEWHOUSE JR, own Newhouse
and DONALD NEWHOUSE Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the
Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker;
Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City
Business Journals, business newspapers published in
more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in
cable television programming and cable systems serving
1 million homes.
Leonore Annenberg, billionaire owner of TV Guide and Triangle Publications
Philip Anschutz, founder and chairman of Qwest Communications International,
and acquired United Artists Theaters, and Regal Cinemas
Edmund Ansin, billionaire owner of TV Stations
Ted Arison, U.S.-Israeli billionaire, founder of Carnival Cruise Lines.
Micky Arison Chief Executive Officer of Carnival Corporation & PLC.
Sheldon Adelson, is a 71 year-old billionaire property developer in Las Vegas.
He took Las Vegas Sands Corp. public in December 2004
by selling 10 % of the shares. He was born and raised in a Jewish
neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts.
Steve Ballmer, U.S. CEO of Microsoft (Jewish mother)
Carl Berg, billionaire real estate and investments
Arthur Blank, billionaire co-founder and co-owner of Home Depot
Leonard Blavatnik, billionaire sharehoder in TNT-BP Sual and Access/Renova
Jeff Bleustein, Chairman and former Chief Executive Officer of Harley-Davidson, Inc.
Neil Bluhm, billionaire owner of JMG Realty
Sergey Brin Russian-born U.S. co-founder of Google
Samuel Bronfman founder of Seagram
Edgar Bronfman, billionaire
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Warner Music Group
Emanuel H. Bronner, soapmaker
Sid Bernstein, promoter, "The Man That Brought The Beatles to America"
Chess brothers, Polish-born U.S. record company executive
Eli Broad is a billionaire who lives in Los Angeles California.
Harvey Chaplin, billionaire owner of Southern Wine & Spirits of America
Lyor Cohen, billionaire chairman of Warner Music
Steven Cohen, billionaire founder of SAC Capital Management hudge fund
Lester Crown, billionaire main shareholder in General Dynamics
Joshua Lionel Cowen, U.S. toy inventor and manufacturer (Lionel trains)
Mark Cuban, U.S. billionaire owner of Dallas Mavericks, founder of Broadcast.com (sold to Yahoo!).
William Davidson, billionaire owner of Gurdian Industries
Barbara Davis, billionaire energy tycoon
Clive Davis, U.S. founder of Arista Records
Michael Dell, U.S. founder of Dell Inc.
Stanley Druckenmiller, billionaire, famous for his "billion dollar bet against the British
pound in 1992 that generated 30% returns for George Soros"
Larry Ellison, U.S. CEO of Oracle Corporation (adopted by Jews from Jewish biological parents)
Max Factor, Polish-American cosmetics industrialist
Paul Fireman, billionaire founder of Reebok aerobic shoes
Donald Fisher founder of The Gap
Robert, William, John Fisher, 3 billionaires main shareholders of The Gap Sydney Frank, billionaire liquor (unconfirmed)
David Geffen, U.S. record executive
Rob Glaser, founder and CEO of Real Networks, makers of Real Player
Guiford Glazer, real estate shopping centers
Malcolm Glazer, billionaire owner of First Allied Corporation shareholder of Manchester United
Leslie & Louis Gonda, billionaires shareholders in AIG insuarance and real estate
Alex & Tom Gores, 2 billionaires leveraged buyout
David Gottesman, billionaire founder of First Manhattan (unconfirmed)
Pincus Green, billionaire commodities trader
Maurice Greenberg, billionaire main shareholder and ex chairman of AIG
Maurice R. Greenberg, billionaire, CEO of AIG
Andrew Grove, Hungarian-born U.S. co-founder of Intel
Leona Helmsley, real estate
Henry Hillman, billionaire owner of Pittsburg Coke & Chemicals (unconfirmed)
Carl Icahn, billionaire who Took over TWA and controlled it until 1993, also owner of Lowestfares.com
Irwin Jacobs, billionaire co-founder and main shareholder of Qualcomm
Jeremy Jacobs, billionaire owner of Delaware North sport concessions
Taribaldi Jaleelowitz, Star Fund Manager,9'B.S.D Corp
George Kaiser, billionaire owner of Kaiser-Fransis Oil
Jerome Kohlberg, Jr. leveraged buyout co-founder and co-owner of KKR
Bruce Kovner, billionaire, started Caxton Hedge Fund and is American Enterprise Institute Vice Chairman
Michael Krasny, billionaire founder and owner of CDW Computer
Henry Kravis, billionaire, American financier co-founder and co-owner of KKR
Edward Lampert, billionaire, founder of EPS Investments
Leonard Lauder, billionaire co-owner of Estee Lauder cosmetics
Ronald Lauder, billionaire co-owner of Estee Lauder cosmetics
Ralph Lauren, billionaire founder and chairman of Polo Ralph Lauren Corp fashion
Thomas Lee, billionaire leveraged buyout
Samuel J. LeFrak & family, billionaire, major developer in downtown Manhattan
Gerry Lenfest owner of Lenfest Communications cable TV
Norma, Randolph and Nancy Lerner, 3 billionaires main shareholders of MBNA Financial
Morris Levy, U.S. music industry executive
Peter Lewis, billionaire owner of Progressive Corp car insuarance
Alfred Mann, billionaire owner of Mankind Corporation
Bernard Marcus, billionaire co-founder and co-owner of Home Depot
Michael Milken, billionaire leveraged buyout
Roy Neuberger, U.S. art dealer of Neuberger & Berman
Samuel Newhouse, Jr., Billionaire who owns 26 Newspapers such as Parade Magazine, Conde Nast, Vogue etc.
Donald Newhouse, billionaire, is one of the owners of Condé Nast Publications.
Bernard Osher, bilionaire co-owner of Golden West Financial
William S. Paley, U.S. billionaire who built CBS
Nelson Peltz, billionaire Triarc Companies leveraged buyout
Ronald O. Perelman, billionaire, chairman of the board of Revlon Inc. and Products Corp.
Ron Popeil, U.S. inventor (Jewish father)
Michael Price, billionaire founder of MFP Investments (one Jewish parent)
Abram & Jack Pritzker founders of Marmon Group
Pritzker Family, 11 billionaires owners of Hyatt hotels and Marmon Group
Stewart Rahr, billionaire president and CEO of Kinray Corp
Charles Revson, Revlon cosmetics
Mark Rich, billionaire commodities trader
Robert Rich, billionaire shareholder of Rich Products Corp
George Roberts, billionaire leveraged buyout co-founder and co-owner of KKR
Arthur Rock, billionaire venture capitalist
William Rosenberg, U.S. founder of Dunkin Donuts
Helena Rubinstein, Polish-American cosmetics industrialist
Haim Saban, billionaire, television producer (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) and media mogul
Henry Samueli, billioaire co-founder and owner of Broadcom
Marion & Herbert Sandler, 2 billionaires co-owners of Golden West Financial
David Sarnoff, General Manager of RCA corporation
Howard Schultz, entrepreneur, joined Starbucks founders in 1982 and bought it in 1987
Jonathan_I._Schwartz, COO of Sun Microsystems
Robert Shapiro, former CEO of Monsanto
Evgeny Shvidler, billionaire shareholder of Sibneft oil production
Herbert Siegel, billionaire CEO of CrisCraft Industries
Zev Siegal cofounder of Starbucks
Melvin Simon, billionaire owner of Simon Property real estate shopping malls
Sheldon Solow, billionaire real estate
Leonard Stern, Billionaire, Manhattan real estate mogul who owns the
Soho Grand, and Tribeca Grand Hotel in Manhattan
Alfred Taubman, billionaire Sotheby's action and shopping centers
Laurence Tisch, U.S. billionaire, owned CBS
Preston Robert Tisch, U.S. billionaire, owned several companies with his brother including CBS
Paul Warburg, U.S. banker, Federal Reserve founder and board member
Sandy Weill, U.S. billionaire, chairman of Citigroup
Leslie Wexner, billionaire main shareholder of The Limited
Stephen Wynn, billionaire casinos
Ed Zander, CEO of Motorola
Samuel Zell, billionaire chairman of Equity Residential Properties Trust
Daniel, Dirk and Robert Ziff, billionaires owners of Ziff Davis