If you’re buying into the newest propaganda coming from the elite owned and operated U.S. Corporation/main-stream media, like the “fake news”/”Russia has infiltrated the election process” bullshit, then you are, as usual, being led around by your red-white-and-blue nose (like a mule or ox):
WORD: 5 Stories The Mainstream Media Reported as Real, But They Were Fake
DECEMBER 3, 2016 | MELISSA DYKES | THE DAILY SHEEPLE
Fake. Definition: a thing that is not genuine; a forgery or sham. Also known as a fraud or a hoax.
There’s actually a lot more than five; this video could probably go on all day. There’s a reason Secretary of State John Kerry said the Internet is making it harder to govern… because people have a lot more information at their fingertips and no longer have to rely solely on the mainstream media’s establishment propaganda machine.
Contributed by Melissa Dykes of The Daily Sheeple.
It’s time to pull our willfully ignorant heads out of the sand and face up to the hard, cold truth: our government is, once again, manipulating us with bald-faced lies. “We the people” have been taken for a 240 year ride:
U.S. Government Has Long Used Propaganda against the American People
The Government has Been Deploying Propaganda On U.S. Soil for Many Years as part of an intelligence agenda
The United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities found in 1975 that the CIA submitted stories to the American press (see video).
“After 1953, the network was overseen by Allen W. Dulles, director of the CIA. By this time, Operation Mockingbird had a major influence over 25 newspapers and wire agencies. The usual methodology was placing reports developed from intelligence provided by the CIA to witting or unwitting reporters. Those reports would then be repeated or cited by the preceding reporters which in turn would then be cited throughout the media wire services.
The Office of Policy Coordination (OPC) was funded by siphoning off funds intended for the Marshall Plan [i.e. the rebuilding of Europe by the U.S. after WWII]. Some of this money was used to bribe journalists and publishers.” (Wikipedia adds details)
In 2008, the New York Times wrote:
During the early years of the cold war, [prominent writers and artists, from Arthur Schlesinger Jr. to Jackson Pollock] were supported, sometimes lavishly, always secretly, by the C.I.A. as part of its propaganda war against the Soviet Union. It was perhaps the most successful use of “soft power” in American history.
A CIA operative told Washington Post editor Philip Graham … in a conversation about the willingness of journalists to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories:
You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month…
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