Monday, October 17, 2011

CIA Runs American TV Networks From Day One

Sunday, October 16, 2011 10:27

There is No "News"; It's All Programming!
After WWII, with the emergence of three rival television networks, each with their own news departments, most Americans would have argued that the new age of television would grant them a multiplicity of sources and viewpoints.
They would point to the three competing television networks: ABC, CBS and NBC, as proof that the capitalist system of competition worked to provide them with the latest news, and that their respective news departments were working to scoop each other to bring the American public the most honest, comprehensive and in depth analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines.
Yet from their very inception, each of the American television networks have been guided by men who were a product of and beholden to America’s intelligence agencies. From the beginning, the men who ran ABC, CBS and NBC as well as those sitting on their boards of directors, had the deepest ties to the CIA, the Council on Foreign Relations, Rothschild Banks and the Rockefeller Foundation. From the very beginning, the American television networks and American news media have been a product that has been created, shaped and molded to promote the aims of the globalists and their New World Order, guided by the “light” of the Illuminati.

Three Networks, One Master
According to the late investigative reporter Eustace Mullins, CBS Chairman William S. Paley was both conduit and operative for the CIA. Many directors of CBS had CIA ties. NBC and ABC Television networks were also riddled with CIA influenced directors with links to this U.S. intelligence agency. A pattern of interlocking directorships reveals these patterns in multiple variations. Linkages such as multiple directors of various Federal Reserve Bank branches, directors to numerous banks with Rothschild and JP Morgan connections, and links to Kuhn Loeb & Co., First City Bancorp and The Institute of Strategic Studies in London, as well as various Rockefeller foundations and memberships in the Council on Foreign Relations, were and are commonplace.
So while the illusion of 3 competing television networks with three apparently independent, competing news departments remain the public facade of television journalism, the reality is that the interlocking directorates and board memberships of multiple international businesses clearly illustrate that the members of the boards of directors of all three networks partake in numerous symbiotic and parallel financial investments, which point to inescapable, even severe conflicts of interest.
Yet without these overlapping network directorships heavily larded with CIA - Rockefeller - Morgan - Rothschild - CFR linkages, the CIA made a concerted effort from the start of the electronic information age to not simply shade and tilt news stories to their liking, but to actively recruit reporters and journalists as CIA assets to be used to quash stories they wished ignored, or to distort and selectively bias the presentation of stories they wished to use for their own purposes.

Making a “Mock” ery of The News
The code name for this work, appropriately enough, was “Operation Mockingbird.” A mockingbird is a creature with the natural gift to mimic or mirror whatever song another bird makes. So, too, the CIA's “embedded” reporters, editors and owners would mirror whatever particular slant The Agency wished the general public to perceive, or the opposite: they would instruct their sources to bury or ignore stories which did not serve their purpose.
According to author Steve Kangas, in his article “Anatomy of the Overclass”, the CIA recruited 25 media organizations and over 400 reporters and journalists to do their bidding since the late 1940’s. This was revealed to the Church Committee in 1975, and many felt that The Agency’s reach went even deeper. The list of assets and operatives included:
* William Paley (President, CBS Network)
* ABC Network
* NBC Network
* Philip and Katharine Graham (Publishers, Washington Post)
* Henry Luce (Publisher, Time and Life magazine)
* Arthur Hays Sulzberger (Publisher, N.Y. Times)
* Jerry O'Leary (Washington Star)
* Hal Hendrix (Pulitzer Prize winner, Miami News)
* Barry Bingham Sr., (Louisville Courier-Journal)
* James Copley (Copley News Services)
* Joseph Harrison (Editor, Christian Science Monitor)
* C.D. Jackson (Fortune)
* Walter Pincus (Reporter, Washington Post)
* Associated Press
* United Press International
* Reuters
* Hearst Newspapers
* Scripps-Howard
* Newsweek magazine
* Mutual Broadcasting System
* Miami Herald
* New York Herald-Tribune
Perhaps it would have been more prudent if the Church committee had instead asked which news organizations the CIA had not subverted; it would surely have produced a shorter list!

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