The news media is constantly reporting about how Wall Street is doing as a way to tell the american people how well we are doing. While this method is greatly flawed, the use of wall street to tell us how we are doing has resulted in a new type of financial bankster scam.
Most new television programming is now geared towards the 35 and under crowd and the reason behind this should make you angry. The banksters, wall street, and the advertisers supporting television programming have focused their actions on indenturing our youngest citizens at the earliest possible stage.
If you were a wall street bankster and the media used daily stock market reports to tell us how the nation is doing economically, and whether your financial institution was profitable or not, would not the most stable form of bankster investment finanically indenture 20 somethings into paying outrageous interest rate charges on a monthly basis for the rest of their lives?
The problem is not just regular programming, but then the political news channels follow along as do the late night talk shows. Both the political news channels and late night talk shows begin framing their own topics to "entertain" the 35 and under crowd. Both comedic and serious issues for those over the age of 35 carry less and less importance because wall street does not see the point in creating programming and news content unless the result is a "maximum return" on their programming investments.
Suddenly, a reality tv show about women who have no real responsibility, don't have to work, and simply are either partying or planning their next social venture is given the dramatic treatment.
Try going channel by channel, reading the description provided for each channel and the program that is presently on, and tell me what age range would watch that show. One would think with over a hundred channels to choose from that there would be a real choice for television viewers of all ages, but that is not the case.
The problem with a paradigm shift in television program content based on younger and younger demographics is the older crowd gets marginalized, and suddenly, politicians who care about ALL americans get replaced by those who cater to the 35 and under crowd because that is where the advertising dollars are.
Hillary Clinton did not lose the last democratic election in as much as Barack Obama was supported by MSNBC, and many many news organizations and television programming that catered to the youth of our society while marginalizing those over 35 to 40 years of age.