Link TV is a non-commercial American satellite television network providing "diverse perspectives on world and national issues." It reaches one out of four American homes because it is carried by DIRECTV and DISH Network.
So, who is funding this Link TV stuff, anyway?
Link TV is funded by generous grants from numerous foundations including The Annenberg Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Wallace Global Fund, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Sheirah Foundation, Open Society Institute, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Otto Haas Charitable Trust, and Park Foundation, as well as contributions from individual viewers.
With that we see that some of the most left leaning foundations in the country fund this thing. In fact, the king of anti-American, leftism, George Soros, is the Chairman of one of them: the Open Society Institute. It makes one despair over any claim at being "non-partisan," doesn't it?
I have come to the conclusion that most very rich people are crazy.
They’re NPR and pals on steroids. Unbelievable propaganda force fed the American public 24/7. You’re supposed to feel guilty because you work hard and achieve. You should be supporting the rest of the world harder. You don’t deserve a roof over your head and food in our belly if the third world can’t have it, too. The fact that the third world/the UN is run by bloodthirsty thugs and Jihadists who excel at sending their descendants over here with explosives in their underpants is irrelevant.
I have Link on DirecTV. I used to watch it from time to time.
For those not familiar with it, let me give you this synopsis:
Unrelenting lefty propaganda spewed by wild-eyed one world government, United Nations worshiping zombies.
The hosts are straight out of central casting: 1960s hippies whose every sentence drips with revulsion for freedom and all things American.
They did run one excellent show a few years back. It was a documentary about this guy in Kosovo who started taking care of dogs whose owners had been killed in the war. Before long, he had a massive compound filled with these dogs. By the end of the show he had what looked like several hundred dogs. He had pretty much dedicated his life to taking care of them and relied on donations to provide them food. It was good television. But not enough to keep Link on my watch list. I deleted Link from my favorites and haven’t watched any of that communist drivel in years.