Sunday, July 24, 2005

The media works for the CIA

In connection with the recent terrorism, why has the mainstream media not mentioned the following: Operation Northwoods and Operation Gladio?

The answer to that question is Operation Mockingbird.

The mainstream media is controlled by the CIA and its friends.

The editors of the news make sure that certain stories are made to disappear.

In 1991, it was revealed that some 500 prominent Britons were paid by the CIA through the corrupt Bank of Commerce and Credit International (BCCI). They included ninety journalists and broadcasters, many in 'senior positions. That number of 500 is no doubt the tip of the iceberg.

(The Guardian did mention Operation Gladio in the year 2000. Guardian 24 6 2000 "A 300-page report, to the Italian parliament, says that the United States was responsible for inspiring a "strategy of tension" in which indiscriminate bombing of the public and the threat of a rightwing coup were used to stabilise centre-right political control of the country.")

CAMBRIDGE dancer Bruce Lait has spoken of his miraculous escape when a bomb exploded just yards away from him in a Tube train carriage...

Mr Lait ... believes he and his dance partner Crystal Main were the only passengers in the carriage who survived the blast without serious injury - even though they were sitting nearest to where the bomb detonated.

As they made their way out, a policeman pointed out where the bomb had been.

"The policeman said 'mind that hole, that's where the bomb was'. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag," he said.

The metal was pushed upwards because THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN. Lait didn't remember seeing anyone, or a bag that could be holding a bomb, near the point of detonation because there was no bomber sitting there, there was no bag. THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN. Dance partners Bruce Lait and Crystal Main were nearest the bomb.....again, no Islamic radical, no Mideastern terrorist sitting in that carriage. THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN.

Will any of this be mentioned by the BBC?

Bin Laden stayed at an American hospital in July 2001, and was visited by Larry Mitchell, the local CIA station chief while at that hospital, according to the much respected Le Figaro newspaper 31/10/01 and according to Radio France International.

Was this mentioned by the BBC?

A Defense Department spokesman admitted that Terrorists in the September 11 attacks received training at secure US military bases. The airfield where Mohamed Atta and his terrorist cadre learned to fly has a long history of being used as a training base for paramilitary operations by federal authorities.

Was this mentioned by the BBC?

The CIA's Operation Mockingbird was the attempt to takeover the mainstream media.

Mockingbird began in the early days of the Cold War. The CIA began buying journalists and putting CIA agents into key positions in the media.

CIA assets included ABC, NBC, CBS, Time, Newsweek, Associated Press, United Press International, Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard, Copley News Service, etc.

Journalists carried out assignments for the CIA according to documents on file at CIA headquarters. "The CIA had infiltrated the nation's businesses, media, and universities with tens of thousands of on-call operatives by the 1950's."

Details of Operation Mockingbird were revealed by the Frank Church investigations (Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities) in 1975.

According to the Congress report published in 1976:

"The CIA currently maintains a network of ... foreign individuals around the world who... influence opinion through the use of covert propaganda. These individuals provide the CIA with direct access to a large number of newspapers and periodicals, scores of press services and news agencies, radio and television stations, commercial book publishers, and other foreign media outlets."

Alex Constantine wrote:

"It is beginning to dawn on a growing number of armchair ombudsmen that the public print reports news from a parallel universe - one that has never heard of politically-motivated assassinations, CIA-Mafia banking thefts, mind control, death squads or even federal agencies with secret budgets fattened by cocaine sales - a place overrun by lone gunmen, where the CIA and Mafia are usually on their best behavior. In this idyllic land, the most serious infraction an official can commit is the employment of a domestic servant with (shudder) no residency status.

"This unlikely land of enchantment is the creation of MOCKINGBIRD."

Constantine points out that Ronald Reagan's acting career was launched by Operation Mockingbird. Reagan was recruited by the Crusade for Freedom, a CIA front, used to spread propaganda and 'raise funds for the resettlement of Nazis in the U.S.'

Many world leaders are suspected of being assets of the CIA.

Constantine claims that Walter Cronkite was a former intelligence officer. Cronkite was UPI's Moscow correspondent. 'Cronkite was lured to CBS by Operation MOCKINGBIRD's Phil Graham.'

"You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month." - CIA operative discussing with Philip Graham, editor Washington Post, on the availability and prices of journalists willing to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories. 'Katherine The Great,' by Deborah Davis (New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991)

Hands up those people at the BBC and the Guardian who are not working for the CIA.

Dominic Lawson

David Leigh wrote about 'Britain’s security services and journalists: the secret story' in the British Journalism ReviewVol. 11, No. 2, 2000, pages 21-26.

According to Leigh:

"British journalists – and British journals – are being manipulated by the secret intelligence agencies."

Leigh gave us an example from 1995 when the Sunday Telegraph published a story about the son of Col Gadafy of Libya and his alleged connection to a currency counterfeiting plan.

According to Leigh:

"The story was written by Con Coughlin, the paper’s then chief foreign correspondent, and it was falsely attributed to a 'British banking official'. In fact, it had been given to him by officers of MI6, who, it transpired, had been supplying Coughlin with material for years."

According to Leigh, former spy Richard Tomlinson heard that "within MI6 there was a 'national newspaper editor' who was used as an agent, and had received up to £100,000 in covert payments, accessed at an offshore bank, via a false passport obligingly supplied by MI6 itself."

Dominic Lawson, then editor of the Sunday Telegraph, denied that he was a spy.

Tomlinson's book The Big Breach: From Top Secret to Maximum Security, published by a Russian company, covered Tomlinson's 4 years in MI6 from 1991 to 1995. Tomlinson claimed that Dominic Lawson worked for MI6 and his codename was 'Smallbrow'.,14173,1506825,00.html

June 15, 2005:"Sunday Telegraph editor Dominic Lawson has been fired after a decade in the job..."

The paper sold 666,031 copies in May, a decline of 5.9% on the previous year...The Sunday Telegraph helped reveal the "nannygate" saga that forced the resignation of then home secretary David Blunkett last year.


The Telegraph lost its libel case against George Galloway, with the judge awarding damages of £150,000 and ordering the Telegraph to pay Mr Galloway's costs of £600,000 for publishing a story alleging the MP was "in the pay" of Saddam Hussein.


The aim of The British American Project for the Successor Generation is to get the British to love the foreign policy of the United Staes of America. The Project is suspected of being funded by the CIA.

UK members of the British-American Project include:

Peter Mandelson EU trade commissioner

Jonathan Powell Tony Blair's chief of staff

Jeremy Paxman BBC journalist

Trevor Phillips chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality

James Naughtie BBC journalist

Matthew Taylor Downing Street head of policy

Baroness Symons Foreign Office minister

Lord Robertson former Nato secretary-general

Douglas Alexander Foreign Office and trade minister

Baroness Scotland Home Office minister

Colonel Bob Stewart former commander of British forces in Bosnia

David Willetts Conservative shadow work and pensions secretary

Alan Sked founder of Ukip

Stephen Dorrell former Conservative health secretary

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown columnist and broadcaster

Nick Butler BP group vice-president, strategy and policy development


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