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Joshua May (26 days ago)
Oh it's extremely dangerous to something alright.
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Jacob Griesmer (1 month ago)
“1. CIA Use of Private Foundations, Pre-1967 The use of philanthropic organizations was a convenient way to pass funds, in that large amounts could be transferred rapidly, and in a form that need not alert unwitting officers of the recipient organi- zations to their source. In addition, foundation grants bestowed upon the recipient the apparent “blessing” of the foundation. The funding pattern involved -a mixture of bona fide charitable foundations, devised foundations and funds, “front men” drawn from a list of America’s most prominent citizens, and lawyers representing undisclosed clients. The CIA’s intrusion into the foundation field in the 1960s can onlybe described as massive.” http://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/94755_I.pdf “Agency officials who testified after the February 11, 1976, announcement told the Committee that the prohibition extends to non-Americans accredited to specific United States media organizations. The CIA currently maintains a network of several hundred foreign individuals around the world who provide intelligence for the CIA and at times attempt to 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. Approximately 50 of the assets are individual American journalists or employees of U.S. media organizations. Of these, fewer than half are “accredited” by U.S. media organizations and thereby affected by the new prohibitions on the use of accredited newsmen. The remaining individuals are non-accredited freelance contributors and media representatives abroad, and thus are not affected by the new CIA prohibition.” http://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/94755_I.pdf http://www.nytimes.com/1973/12/01/archives/3-dozen-american-journalists-are-said-to-do-work-for-c-i-a-3-dozen.html This same official estimated that the files contained descriptions of about half a dozen reporters and correspondents who would be considered “famous”—that is, their names would be recognized by most Americans. http://www.carlbernstein.com/magazine_cia_and_media.php https://archive.org/details/NurseNayirah60Minutes In his book Mockingbird: The Subversion of the Free Press by the CIA, Alex Constantine writes that in the 1950s, “some 3,000 salaried and contract CIA employees were eventually engaged in propaganda efforts”. https://www.counterpunch.org/2016/11/30/the-cia-and-the-press-when-the-washington-post-ran-the-cias-propaganda-network/ “Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA” by Time Weiner National Bestseller, Pulitzer Prize winner The book is based on more than 50,000 documents, primarily from the archives of the CIA itself, and hundreds of interviews with CIA veterans, including ten Directors of Central Intelligence.[1] Dulles kept in close touch with the men who ran The New York Times,The Washington Post, and the nation’s leading weekly magazines. He could pick up the phone and edit a breaking story, make sure an irritating foreign correspondent was yanked from the field, or hire the services of men such as Time’s Berlin bureau chief and Newsweek’s man in Tokyo.It was second nature for Dulles to plant stories in the press. American newsrooms were dominated by veterans of the government’s wartime propaganda branch, the Office of War Information, once part of Wild Bill Donovan’s domain.The men who responded to the CIA’s call included Henry Luce and his editors at Time, Life, and Fortune: popular magazines such as Parade, the Saturday Review, and Reader’s Digest; and the most powerful executives at CBS News. Dulles built a public-relations and propaganda machine that came to include more than fifty news organizations, a dozen publishing houses, and personal pledges of support from men such as Axel Springer, West Germany’s most powerful press baron. p.88 http://money.cnn.com/2015/10/01/media/hillary-clinton-60-minutes-planted-questions/index.html CIA Document 1035-960 http://www.jfklancer.com/CIA.html https://projectunspeakable.com/conspiracy-theory-invention-of-cia/
Enoch Cheelong Ahn (5 months ago)
It's not forced, it's ordered and complied. Know the difference.
SteveDaMunch (7 days ago)
Right.....so 'ordered and complied'...aka a boot on your throat....where as 'forced' is the boot on the back of your head. Either/or.....what you just saw points out how sheeple can be controlled....word for word. Aka propaganda.
BKPlayz (6 months ago)
Now I don’t trust the news anymore.
matthew gill (3 months ago)
Sorry thats what it finally took

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