5 June, 2011

The Joys of Supercapitalism, Part 1: Corporate Radio

Posted by Socrates in Big Business, capitalism, jewed culture, music, plutocracy, radio, Socrates, supercapitalism at 3:22 pm | Permanent Link

Bye-bye, local media. Hello, “nationwide,” east coast programming. Supercapitalism sucks. One example: “corporate radio,” in which local radio disk jockeys can no longer play the music that they wish, because their radio stations – thanks largely to the Telecommunications Act of 1996 – are no longer locally owned and operated. Instead, they’re owned and operated by a few big corporations, which own dozens of radio stations each. The local DJs must play music from a list of songs drawn up by (no doubt) some Jewish executive in New Yawk City.

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  7. 17 Responses to “The Joys of Supercapitalism, Part 1: Corporate Radio”

    1. Z.O.G. Says:

      Who Controls Radio?

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      I hope this thread attracts some good comments, as I think this is an important issue. I find that I can no longer listen to most radio stations anymore due to all the bland conformity and nonstop commercial interruptions. There’s one commercial station in Boston that hasn’t sold out yet, WBOS 92.9 FM, but that’s about it.

      The playlists of just about every music station are downright terrible. You’d never know about all the great songs that Fleetwood Mac, The Steve Miller Band, The Eagles or a hundred other recording artists ever put out just by listening to those shitty FM stations.

      Fleetwood Mac, for example, was around for a decade before Rhiannon or Rumours came out, but no station these days has the imagination to play any of their great pre-Christine McVie/Stevie Nicks stuff, like this:


      Death to “de-regulation” and to all those lying politicians and bureaucrats who are responsible for it.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      There was one really good talk station in Providence that played American Dissident Voices every Saturday, as well as featuring at least two talk-show hosts who went on to join John Stadtmiller’s Republic Broadcasting Network, namely Rick Adams and Jack Blood. Naturally, the local station owner was a cowardly and clueless douche, so he sold the station. Now all they play is spic bongo music.

    4. Thomas Jefferson Says:

      I was just going to say that most of the stations I hear are mesican. Which brings to mind the fact that it’s OK for illegal aliens to bring their families but it’s NOT OK for Americans to bring their families from Europe. How does that work? Americans are “racists” for wanting to continue to constitute immigration from their families in Middle Europe, as immigration has been defined since the country was founded. But unrelated parasites from South America, Asia, The Middle East etc., start crying about bringing in their families the minute they get here. American “families” are from Middle Europe. Parasites’ and wannabes’ families are from everywhere else. Where is it written that asian, mesican, arabian, hindi and african families are more important and deserving that American families which come from Middle Europe? American families should be the source of immigration.

    5. M. Kraus Says:

      That article makes some good points, but then there’s this:

      The process began way back in the 1920s when the biracial musical culture of the Southern states began to be recorded, but the great synthesis of the 1950s happened because black and white people were hearing each other’s music on the radio—at first in the South, then nationwide. This outsider music reached the mainstream through regionally based independent record companies—

      Yeah, whatever. Despite their musical playlist differences, there really is no difference between today’s corporate radio politics and independent radio politics. Both are firmly left-wing, except for an occasional tepid conservative commentary from some editor who nobody cares about. My city has had an independent, community radio station for three decades, and this “voice of the community” has always been way, way over on the port side.

      If you really want to reclaim the airwaves, you will have to become an outlaw. Here’s a site to tell you how:


      Read through the articles, and just imagine the possibilities. A clever and careful broadcaster could bring the real voice of White people into many homes and cars.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      I found a good Internet radio station. They play unconventional and underground stuff from the 60s thru the 90s, from Ultimate Spinach and Captain Beefheart to Adam and the Ants to Public Image Limited to Wilco and Beck, etc, etc. And there’s NO YAKKING or COMMERCIALS.


    7. jayhackworth Says:

      The way ‘country’ music has been castrated is just one example. It’s like listening to Disney Radio, on the mega corp stations.

    8. jayhackworth Says:

      True, in a very real sense – all the talking neocon parrots on corporate AM radio ARE in actuality left wing, playin to all the suckers.

    9. Thomas Jefferson Says:

      In my opinion, if you want brainwashing propaganda by profiteering anti-Americans, listen to Brad Paisley’s “Welcome To The Future.” He sells out the South and the rest of America to include his Grandpa who fought the Japs in WWII. How many Japs did Grandpa kill trying to save his and his buddies lives in WWII? There’s a plan, have hundreds of thousands of Ameircans killed by the Japs, Remember Pearl Harbor, and not only praise but give the Japs entire industries while destroying them in America, closing plants and laying off career workers, putting them in the street. Paisley calls the philanderer and plageurist Martin Rufus King back from the dead to show him how affirmative action has taken positions from Americans to bestow them on unqualified black folks through affirmative action. The whole Paisley propaganda show is shot in front of the memorial to “Lincoln’s Paradise” that generated an unconstitutional war over an economic issue killing 800,000 Ameircans. Now that’s some great American radio. Paisley’s a true country star, the question is, which country?

    10. Z.O.G. Says:

      John Stadtmiller is Jewish. Michael Collins Piper confirmed this during one of his recent radio show podcasts on podbean.com.

    11. Andrei the Angry Ghost Says:

      What ever happened to Peter Shank? I liked his shows. Does anybody remember Alex Curtis? Alex was in the early days of pro-White internet radio before he went prison.

    12. Tim McGreen Says:

      Whatever happened to radio patriot Clay Douglas, the Arizona guy who was hurt in a serious motorcycle accident a few years ago? I thought he was a pretty good guy.

    13. blakking Says:

      Tim McGreen Says:

      6 June, 2011 at 11:12 pm

      Whatever happened to radio patriot Clay Douglas, the Arizona guy who was hurt in a serious motorcycle accident a few years ago? I thought he was a pretty good guy.

      Clay got married to a fat nigger he met while visiting Alex Curtis in prison. Listen fo rthe story on Prarie home Companion.

    14. Howdy Doody Says:

      The Last Poster should be blocked, but VNN loves shit birds IMO.

      For the rest of the previous here I say good work.

      KGO 810 AM SF CA. is heard from Baja CA. to Finland at night in the Winter time, with 50,000 watts clear channel broadcasting.

      KGO has plenty of hate mongers on at night. If you want to hear anti White, and pro jooo war b.s thats that station IMO.

      IMO it is so disgusting I can’t listen to it while driving even for a few minutes, more than once a year just to hear if the same yappers are yapping.

      since about Oct. 2001 talk radio is just too disgusting to hear for more than a few minutes while driving Once Or twice a week at most, as they are filthy POS bastards.

    15. Howdy Doody Says:

      The only talk radio lecture host I ever truly liked beside’s Dr. Pierce was Peter Shank, but he bailed in 2008.

      He truly pondered the issues, and was no fool, who spoke reasonably and clear, no wonder the jones like patriotards hated him.

      Hey peter your show is missed, but I fully understand laying low.

      Good health to you where ever you are Peter.

    16. blakking Says:

      DOO DOO,

      Shank is Howard Stern’s programme manager.

      Love You Man.

    17. Howdy Doody Says:


      Radio stations and SAT b.s. radio won’t play this.