How does the CIA use the US media to promote it’s world wide propaganda?

One thing they did was create and popularize the term Conspiracy Theorist. Then they usually enlist an A list celebrity or Talking head to make their Meme stick in the public mind. Like so.

My dad told me about this interview years ago and said that Johnny Carson looked like he was paid to take down Garrison on TV. Back in that day people didn’t talk about the deep state and there was a memo from the CIA that outlines everything Johnny is saying word for word. In this memo written in 1967 the phrase “Conspiracy Theorist” was propagated as a weapon used to discredit anyone that questioned the official Warren report. 46% of the people in the US at the time did not believe this report.

Allen Dulles the man that JFK fired as the head of the CIA headed the Warren Commission.

Here is the second part of Johnny’s Operation Mocking Bird Hatchet Job on Jim Garrison.

JFK assassination conspiracy theorist and investigator, Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, interviewed by Johnny Carson regarding the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Part 2 of 2, Original airdate: January 31, 1968.

According to Wikipedia: “Garrison remains a controversial figure. Opinions differ as to whether he uncovered a conspiracy behind the John F. Kennedy assassination, but was blocked from successful prosecution by a federal government cover-up, whether he bungled his chance to uncover a conspiracy, or whether the entire case was an unproductive waste of resources.”

Anarchy is for lovers

Based on what you see on TV you would not know this but real anarchists are not insane. We know there will never at any time be no government. What we want is the least amount of government possible. That’s all. Anarchy is all around us. It is freedom and liberty expressed as an individual. Growing enough food to sustain you and your family is totally Anarchy. Disconnect and decentralize at every available opportunity my friends. Google Voluntaryism and kill your TV.

Everyday the main stream media tries to program us with fakenews

A presidential spokesperson said that they might have used microwaves to spy on Trump and the left and the MSM are trending that she is a fool for saying this. I am tired of having to take up for Trump and his spokesmen. I don’t like them. Why does the media have to lie about everything? About things they don’t know about? Microwaves have been used in information gathering and so have lasers so these  people are mocking her and they didn’t even look it up. What is she supposed to brief you on a secret program so you can freak out on that too?

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/13/trump-advisor-kellyanne-conway-mocked-for-spy-microwaves-claims.html

 

 

Facebook is supposed to be protecting the world from fake news but when the fake news comes from CNBC they swallow it hook line and sinker. I was in the military in electronic warfare and I can tell you it is entirely possible and has been done routinely.

Microwave eavesdropping has a long and clandestine history. And there’s an odd connection between music and microwave eavesdropping. Mention the name Leon Theremin and many people will immediately think of the musical instrument bearing his name. Born Lev Sergeyevich Termen, his contributions to the former Soviet Union spanned the history of the Soviet Union from the original Bolshevik Revolution to the collapse of the USSR.

Termen was a mathematics prodigy who was drawn into the emerging field of electronics. Termen came across the basic principle for one of the first electronic musical instruments while working on television. The theremin (Termen called it an “etherophone”) produced music with modulated static. Players used two antennae, one for pitch and one for volume, producing musical tones by waving their hands around the antennae. Skilled musicians reportedly could recreate the sounds of many existing instruments.

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1274748

There are bigger issues than Trump?

The more people and the media talk about Trump, the less time they have to talk about Fukashima. The half life of a president is four years. The half life of strontium is forever as far as we are concerned. Chernobyl is not even a close comparison and at least they did something to contain that and it wasn’t next to the sea. These people have no plan to deal with this. Bags of radio active waste are piled high and the near by hill sides are covered with tanks full of highly radio active water. Trump can’t compare to this nightmare and it is surely a scheme to lower the population of the earth if the leaders of the world and the media continue to ignore this global issue that is far more important than warming temps.

Milo Yiannopoulos  v.  Bill Maher  you decide.

Bill Maher and Milo Yiannopoulos had their controversial showdown on HBO’s Real Time on Friday night, though there were fewer sparks than some had expected.The liberal talk show host and conservative Breitbart editor tried to find common ground during an 11-minute discussion (full video below), which made national headlines earlier this week after previously scheduled Real Time guest The Intercept co-founder Jeremy Scahill dropped out of the show to protest Yiannopoulos’ booking.Maher and Yiannopoulos seemed to agree most when it came to the importance of comedy in general.“The reason [liberals] want to police humor is they can’t control it — because the one thing all authoritarians hate is the sound of laughter,” Yiannopoulos said.“And also because when people laugh they know it’s true,” Maher agreed. “… You are so helped by the fact that liberals always take the bait.”“Nothing annoys people like the truth,” Yiannopoulos concurred. “Policing humor for racism and sexism is utterly wrongheaded. Not because normally it’s not there, but because that’s how we build bridges and not how we break them.”

Here is the part I don’t get

“Yet Yiannopoulos made blatant sexist comments during the interview, criticizing Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman as people who “used to be funny before they contracted feminism.”

How is that Sexist? Because feminism is political and not some kind of thing that all women share. To make a comment about all women would be sexist since they are not monolithic and that would be stereotyping.

 

Source: Milo Yiannopoulos spars with Bill Maher, attacks female comics

No WMDs in Iraq ! Dr David Kelly: 10 years on, death of scientist remains unresolved for some.

Debate still surrounds Hutton’s conclusion that Kelly committed suicide. The inquiry found that Kelly died after cutting an artery, had taken an overdose of painkillers and had heart disease which left his arteries “significantly narrowed”. Thus, said experts, less blood loss may have killed the scientist than that needed to kill a healthy man.

Among those who have called for an inquest or have doubts it was a suicide are former Tory leader Michael Howard, and Liberal Democrat minister Norman Baker, who wrote a book saying Kelly was most likely murdered.

A group of doctors say Hutton’s findings should be discarded and a new inquest held. Dr Stephen Frost said: “We have lots of evidence … No coroner in the land would reach a verdict of suicide as Lord Hutton did.”

Experts in forensic pathology point out the skeptics may be expert in their own fields, but not in the science of establishing the cause of death.

Hutton has kept silent since his report, breaking it only to write a letter denouncing the conspiracy theorists. Hutton’s conclusion is supported by the available facts and experts: “At no time … was there any suggestion from any counsel for the interested parties or in any of the extensive media coverage that any of the police officers engaged in investigating Dr Kelly’s death or any of the medical or scientific witnesses was involved in any sort of cover-up or plot to make a murder appear like a suicide.”

Dyke claimed that: “Some of Dr Kelly’s wider family don’t believe it’s suicide.”

But the Conservative-led government has said the evidence for suicide is so compelling there is no need for a fresh hearing.

Source: Dr David Kelly: 10 years on, death of scientist remains unresolved for some | Politics | The Guardian