How the CIA and FBI have used the power of the media and the internet to influence U.S. foreign policy and U.S. domestic politics.
The media is a very powerful force in politics, government and business. In fact, politicians and political appointees need to keep their mouths shut as far as the media is concerned. So, when I say, “The media is very powerful,” I mean they have an influence far beyond the power of their opinions.
One of the key functions of the media is to influence the public opinion by creating the illusion that the public is informed. In other words, the media is like a politician. The public has to believe that the representative is right and so they buy into the lie that that representative is doing the right thing. In business, a CEO will often have access to inside information not available to the average citizen. In this way, the media is like a business executive.
This is kind of self-explanatory. However, if you are a business executive, you are the one who hires the media to inform the public of the government’s actions. Your job is to sell the government’s product. In this way the media is like a business executive selling the government’s ideas. You’re selling products with the idea that you can influence the public opinion.
In this case, the media is selling a government’s opinion of the world. In other words, the media is selling the government’s point of view. It is a very effective mechanism for selling things. In fact there is a company called Media Works that does exactly this. It sells the government’s point of view.
It reminds me of the movie “The Matrix” where we have a CEO who starts his company selling the government’s point of view to the world.
Business executives for national security is what I call “the Matrix.” It’s like a marketing company selling the governments point of view. They start out as a small company, maybe 10 people, and start selling the governments point of view. It’s the same sort of thing. You know, that kind of marketing company selling the government’s point of view.
In Deathloop, the business executives for national security are going out of business. There’s probably a reason you would want to do that, and I think that the government had something to do with it. The point of view sales pitch is exactly what I mean. I think the government wanted their new CEO to do something bad.
Yeah, if I were a government official I’d probably try to convince the CEO of a company to do something bad. I don’t know, maybe it’s the fact that the government (or whoever) has a lot of money to throw around, or maybe it’s just that the people on the other side are just evil. Either way, the government has money, but they don’t have any power.
I guess it just depends on who you ask. Is it a good pitch? If it is, then it probably should be a good pitch. The general rule for corporate pitch is that the pitch should be compelling and useful. I think that is why so many corporations make it. The problem is that the thing you pitch to a CEO is usually the thing that they need most and the thing they can least control.