Did you know that the British government spends € 600 million annually on the BBC World Service (the BBC’s international advertising branch). And every week, this World Service reaches 96 million people in Africa, the channel’s largest audience.
Now ask yourself, why would the British government spend 600 million euros EVERY YEAR to inform African people?
As Carter G. Woodson said “If you can control a man’s thinking, you don’t have to worry about his actions. When you determine what a man should think, you don’t have to worry about what he is going to do. If you make a man feel inferior, you don’t have to force him to accept an inferior state, because he will look for you himself. If you make a man think he is just an outcast, you don’t have to send him to the back door. He will go without being told; and if there is no back door, his very nature will demand one.“
Now, here it comes: France.
Every year, France spends 273 million euros on 3 international advertising media: 140 million euros on Radio France Internationale (which reaches 40 million people every week mainly in Africa); 80 million euros in France 24 (the aspiring French CNN, which hit 45 million people a week, mostly in Africa); and 63 million euros on TV 5, a channel to disseminate the French language and culture of French-speaking countries in the world, which reaches around 55 million people weekly, mostly in Africa.
Again, ask yourself, why would the French government spend € 273 million EVERY YEAR to inform the African people
The answer is simple. There is a war on your mind!
As George Orwell said, “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and destroy their own understanding of their history“, and these means, disguised as informing and amusing the African people, have only one Agenda: to corrupt our understanding of ourselves, our reality and the world, implanting in the minds of our young people ideas and concepts that ultimately lead us to believe in what will happen in the period of political or economic crisis.
The logic behind the huge media domination in Africa by these Western powers is to prepare Africans for a subservient role in this world. It is a process of dehumanization as Steve Biko put it some time ago.
“The most powerful weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed” – Steve Biko
Words are the building blocks of reality. The reality belongs to whoever makes the blocks!Why would the British government spend 600 million euros EVERY YEAR to inform African people?