Deeply associated with politics though markedly linked to advertising which has a strong political agenda, astroturfing is the practice of concealing the sponsors of a message or organization to make it appear as though it originates from and is supported by a grassroots participant(s). Derived from AstroTurf, a brand of synthetic carpeting designed to resemble natural grass, the implication is that instead of “true” or “natural” grassroots behind the activity there is a “fake” or “artificial” appearance of support. The reality is that the ‘support’, when traced back to its source, proves to be Jewish multinational operatives like Monsanto, Goldman Sachs and Rothschild. Jewish multinationals will cash in on all the benefits offered through their front organisation whilst the parent company is shielded from legal liability.

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