Operation Mockingbird,1,2 publicly revealed throughout a 1975 Congressional listening to, was a clandestine CIA media infiltration marketing campaign launched in 1948 below the Workplace of Particular Tasks.3

The CIA reportedly spent $1 billion a yr (about one-third of its whole funds4) on under-the-table bribes to lots of of American journalists who in return printed faux tales on the CIA’s request. CIA-recruited journalists labored in most main information organizations, together with CBS Information, Time, Life, Newsweek and The New York Occasions, simply to call a number of.5 Afterward, the marketing campaign expanded to incorporate overseas media as nicely.6 As reported by the Free Press:7

“In 1976, Senator Frank Church’s investigation into the CIA uncovered their corruption of the media. The Church Committee reported: ‘The CIA at present maintains a community of a number of hundred overseas people all over the world who present intelligence for the CIA and at occasions try to affect opinion by means of the usage of covert propaganda.

These people present the CIA with direct entry to numerous newspapers and periodicals, scores of press companies and information businesses, radio and tv stations, industrial e book publishers, and different overseas media shops’ …

The tactic was simple. False information stories or propaganda could be offered by CIA writers to figuring out and unknowing reporters who would merely repeat the falsehoods time and again.”

Reuters and BBC Information Had been Paid for Propaganda Marketing campaign

Whereas Operation Mockingbird might sound like historic historical past, there’s loads of proof to recommend it’s nonetheless in full swing. Through the Chilly Conflict, CIA propaganda disparaged communist ideologies. At this time, it promotes radical socialist concepts that help a technocratic economic system as a substitute.

Whereas the propaganda messages change with the occasions, the essential modus operandi of their dissemination stays the identical. If something, the system has solely gotten extra environment friendly and efficient, because the variety of main media shops has shrunk over these previous a long time, and a overwhelming majority of journalists and information anchors merely parrot what’s reported by the three international information businesses.

The CIA additionally isn’t the one intelligence company utilizing the media for its personal propaganda functions. Leaked paperwork8 reveal Reuters and BBC Information have been concerned in a covert program by the British Overseas and Commonwealth Workplace (FCO) to weaken Russia’s affect on its neighbors. In his in depth February 20, 2021, GrayZone article, Max Blumenthal writes:9

“Working by means of a shadowy division inside the UK FCO referred to as the Counter Disinformation & Media Growth (CDMD), the media organizations operated alongside a set of intelligence contractors in a secret entity identified merely as ‘the Consortium.’

Via coaching packages of Russian journalists overseen by Reuters, the British Overseas Workplace sought to supply an ‘attitudinal change within the contributors,’ selling a ‘optimistic influence’ on their ‘notion of the UK’ …

In impact, the British authorities was in search of to infiltrate Russian media and propagate its personal narrative by means of an affect community of Russian journalists skilled within the UK …

‘These revelations present that when MPs have been railing about Russia, British brokers have been utilizing the BBC and Reuters to deploy exactly the identical ways that politicians and media commentators have been accusing Russia of utilizing,’ Chris Williamson, a former UK Labour MP who tried to use public scrutiny to the CDMD’s covert actions and was stonewalled on nationwide safety grounds, informed The Grayzone.

‘The BBC and Reuters painting themselves as an unimpeachable, neutral, and authoritative supply of world information,’ Williamson continued, ‘however each are actually vastly compromised by these disclosures. Double requirements like this simply deliver institution politicians and company media hacks into additional disrepute.’”

Reuters, BBC Employed to Promote Professional-NATO Narratives

The leaked paperwork present each Reuters and the BBC acquired “multimillion-dollar contracts to advance the British state’s interventionist goals.” The FCO funded:

  • The cultivation of Russian journalists
  • The institution of “affect networks” in and round Russia
  • The promotion of pro-NATO narratives in Russian-speaking areas

In its proposals, Reuters said it has 15,000 journalists and employees inside its international community, together with 400 journalists inside Russia. Reuters and BBC carried out their covert influencing mission in partnership with different high-profile media corporations, together with Bellingcat, Meduza and Mediazona.

Overseeing the operation was the Zinc Community, an intelligence contractor, which was additionally accountable for the institution of a community of Russian and Central Asian YouTubers who weren’t registered as exterior sources. The Zinc Community additionally claimed to have the flexibility to “activate a spread of content material; to help anti-government protests inside Russia.”

This isn’t the primary time Reuters and the BBC have been implicated in a Mockingbird-type media influencing operation. Paperwork declassified in January 2020 confirmed the British authorities funded Reuters “all through the Nineteen Sixties and Nineteen Seventies to help an anti-Soviet propaganda group run by the MI6 intelligence company,” Blumenthal writes.10 The BBC, in the meantime, was used as “a pass-through to hide funds” to Reuters.

180-Levels From the Fact

It’s no small irony that many of the organizations claiming to advertise reality and counter disinformation are in truth doing the precise reverse. The Counter Disinformation & Media Growth (CDMD) group sounds very very like the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH).

The CCDH is an opaquely funded group run by Imran Ahmed, who can be a member of the Steering Committee on Countering Extremism Pilot Process Drive below the British authorities’s Fee for Countering Extremism.

Ahmed has gone on file saying he considers anti-vaxxers “an extremist group that pose a nationwide safety danger,”11 and admits monitoring and spying on 425 vaccine-related Fb, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter accounts.12

Along with stating that medical and scientific professionals should “persuade the general public that COVID is harmful and provides them confidence {that a} vaccine is secure and efficient,”13 the CCDH can be calling for deplatforming anybody who questions vaccines,14 and to “maintain platforms accountable” by means of fines, legal sanctions and different measures that may influence the platform’s backside line.

So, simply because the CDMD is definitely not countering disinformation however, slightly, creating it, the CCDH is just not within the enterprise of countering digital hate; it’s actively creating and promoting online hate by baselessly labeling thousands and thousands of law-abiding dad and mom — whose solely crime is to be involved about their kids’s well being — as extremist threats and enemies of the state.

Media Have Turn into Integral A part of Intelligence Spy Community

Different media stories15,16,17 have additionally highlighted the role of intelligence agencies in the global effort to eliminate “anti-vaccine propaganda” from public dialogue, and the truth that they’re utilizing subtle cyberwarfare instruments to take action. For instance, impartial investigative journalist Whitney Webb writes:18

“British and American state intelligence businesses are ‘weaponizing reality’ to quash vaccine hesitancy as each nations put together for mass inoculations, in a not too long ago introduced ‘cyber struggle’ to be commanded by AI-powered arbiters of reality towards info sources that problem official narratives …

The UK’s GCHQ [Government Communications Headquarters19] ‘has begun an offensive cyber-operation to disrupt anti-vaccine propaganda being unfold by hostile states’ and ‘is utilizing a toolkit developed to deal with disinformation and recruitment materials peddled by Islamic State’ to take action.20

As well as, the UK authorities has ordered the British navy’s 77th Brigade, which makes a speciality of ‘info warfare,’ to launch a web-based marketing campaign to counter ‘misleading narratives’ about COVID-19 vaccine candidates.

The newly introduced GCHQ ‘cyber struggle’ won’t solely take down ‘anti-vaccine propaganda’ however may even search to ‘disrupt the operations of the cyberactors accountable for it, together with encrypting their knowledge so they can’t entry it and blocking their communications with one another.’

The trouble may even contain GCHQ reaching out to different international locations within the ‘5 Eyes’ alliance (U.S., Australia, New Zealand and Canada) to alert their associate businesses in these international locations to focus on such ‘propaganda’ websites hosted inside their borders.”

Intelligence-Led Data Warfare Towards the Public

Clues that U.S. intelligence businesses — not simply the CIA but additionally the FBI — help this cyberwar towards the general public can be present in a white paper21 printed within the InfraGard Journal in June 2019. InfraGard, a nonprofit nationwide safety group, collaborates with the FBI22 on academic and information-sharing initiatives “that assist mitigate threats” to nationwide safety.23

The InfraGard paper24 claims the American anti-vaccine motion is being orchestrated by Russian government-aligned organizations in search of to “sow discontent and mistrust in matters and initiatives that serve U.S. pursuits,”25 and that “The most important risk in controlling an outbreak comes from those that categorically reject vaccination.”26

Different proof contains the truth that the U.S. Air Drive and U.S. Particular Operations Command have awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to the U.S.-based “machine intelligence” firm Primer, to develop “the first-ever machine studying platform to robotically determine and assess suspected disinformation.”27

In response to Webb, “Primer’s final objective is to make use of their AI to thoroughly automate the shaping of public perceptions and turn into the arbiter of ‘reality,’ as outlined by the state.”28

The self-appointed arbiter of reality NewsGuard — which charges web sites on standards of “credibility” and “transparency” — can be partnered with each the U.S. State Division and the U.S. Division of Protection,29 which strongly suggests authorities help (if not direct involvement) of censorship.

NewsGuard can be funded by the PR agency Publicis, which additionally seems to have an vital position on this info struggle. You may be taught extra about this a part of the propaganda arm in “The Web of Players Trying to Silence Truth.” 

Most Mainstream Media Are Now Propagandists

Had been it not for the mainstream media pumping out deceptive if not flat-out false info each day for months on finish, the COVID-19 pandemic would have been a mere blip on the general public’s radar. Not one of the draconian, freedom-robbing measures would have been remotely potential.

Contemplating the consistency of the narratives internationally this previous yr, it’s inconceivable that there isn’t some central “company” of types directing all of it. And, if that’s the case, there clearly have to be a motive behind it. One doesn’t fear-monger for no motive in any respect. It has a objective.

Traditionally, worry has been utilized by each would-be authoritarian and totalitarian regime you’ll be able to consider, so there’s each motive to suspect the identical applies now. The primary distinction is that immediately’s totalitarian ruler is kind of wholly unknown.

Who’s it that desires to rule the world’s inhabitants by means of worry? Who’s making an attempt to take management over the entire globe? Who’s guiding and instructing just about all authorities leaders? Intelligence businesses and their media companions undoubtedly play key roles, however they’re unlikely to be the true core of the facility construction behind all of it.

No, the actual energy and management resides with the technocratic elite, the members of which have quietly and diligently labored to ahead the agenda of a New World Order (NWO) for many years. What was as soon as referred to as the NWO is now known as the Nice Reset and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with a public deal with a “inexperienced” carbon-based economic system.

The not so public focus is technological surveillance and management over each side of everybody’s life, from well being and civic involvement to labor, schooling and economic system. Sadly, members of the technocracy not carry member playing cards or pay membership dues, which obscures their affiliation, however sure organizations are so intimately concerned in furthering the Nice Reset agenda you could safely assume a majority of their members play some position on this scheme.

The Council on Overseas Relations

Other than intelligence businesses, one other key participant behind the Nice Reset is the Council on Overseas Relations (CFR). As defined by Swiss Coverage Analysis, “Executives and prime journalists of virtually all main U.S. media shops have lengthy been members of the influential Council on Overseas Relations.”30

To not be confused with the U.S. Senate Committee on Overseas Relations or the European Council on Overseas Relations, CFR is a nonprofit assume tank, the 5,000-plus members of which additionally embrace previous and current presidents, politicians, secretaries of state, CIA administrators, bankers, attorneys, tutorial professors and company leaders, simply to call a number of.31

CFR additionally operates the David Rockefeller Research Program, which in flip advises the White Home on overseas coverage issues. General, the CFR wields unimaginable energy and affect over the U.S. White Home and its insurance policies. As reported by Swiss Coverage Analysis:32

“In his well-known article about ‘The American Institution,’ political columnist Richard H. Rovere famous: ‘The administrators of the CFR make up a form of Presidium for that a part of the Institution that guides our future as a nation …

[I]t not often fails to get one in all its members, or at the least one in all its allies, into the White Home. The truth is, it usually is ready to see to it that each nominees are males acceptable to it.’ It was not till the 2016 election that the Council couldn’t, apparently, prevail.”

The Synchronization of Faux Information

CFR has two worldwide associates: the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Fee, each of which have been established by CFR leaders “to foster elite cooperation on the international degree.”

Nicely-known names within the Trilateral group’s U.S. department embrace David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Michael Bloomberg and Google heavyweights Eric Schmidt and Susan Molinari, vp for public coverage at Google. Lots of its board members are additionally members of the Aspen Institute, which grooms and mentors executives from all over the world in regards to the subtleties of globalization.

As you’ll be able to see within the graphic beneath, main media are nicely represented in all three teams. As talked about, CFR members additionally embrace present and former CIA administrators. In his e book, “American Conflict Machine,”33,34 Peter Dale Scott additionally paperwork the ties between CFR, the CIA, the nationwide safety equipment and the banking business. Taken collectively, these ties clarify how a false narrative (no matter it could be) might be so extensively coordinated and synchronized.

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Richard Stengel — Technocracy Poster Boy

Understanding what you now know in regards to the CFR, feedback by Richard Stengel, the highest state media appointee for President Biden’s transition group, will most likely make much more sense.

Throughout a 2018 CFR discussion board on faux information, Stengel — a CFR member and Atlantic Council fellow, former State Division official for the Obama administration, former managing editor for Time journal, strategic adviser to Snap Inc., which runs Snapchat and Bitmoji and a political analyst on MSNBC — insisted governments should use propaganda on their residents.35

He repeated this sentiment in November 2020, after being appointed to President Biden’s transition group, saying he’s “not towards propaganda. Each nation does it, and so they should do it to their very own inhabitants. And I don’t essentially assume it’s that terrible.”36 As reported by The GrayZone:37

“A dedicated crusader in what he overtly describes as a world ‘info struggle,’ Stengel has proudly proclaimed his dedication to the cautious administration of the general public’s entry to info.”

Stengel has even proposed abolishing — “rethinking” — the First Modification, which ensures the liberty of speech and press, “for sensible causes in society.”38

Stengel’s presence within the Biden administration could also be an augury of issues to return, contemplating he created a nonclassified authorities entity throughout his Obama years, particularly to fight Russian disinformation.39 This entity, the International Engagement Middle, now facilitates the U.S. authorities’s efforts to unfold its personal propaganda all over the world.

Stengel, along with his shut ties to a number of key facilities of technocratic energy — the U.S. authorities, the CFR, the Atlantic Council, mainstream media and Massive Tech — is a veritable poster boy for contemporary technocracy, which makes his shameless promotion of censorship and propaganda greater than a bit of comprehensible.

Pre-Mockingbird Media Manipulation

Whereas Operation Mockingbird has earned a spot in historical past as some extent at which the free press was compromised, in actuality, the infiltration of the press occurred lengthy earlier than the Nineteen Fifties.

In his February 9, 1917, Congressional remarks, Congressman Oscar Callaway defined the origin and execution of the plan to manage and manipulate public opinion and mindset by means of media, which had taken form simply two years earlier:40

“In March, 1915, the J.P. Morgan pursuits, the metal, shipbuilding, and powder curiosity, and their subsidiary organizations, acquired collectively 12 males excessive up within the newspaper world and employed them to pick out essentially the most influential newspapers in the USA and enough variety of them to manage usually the coverage of the every day press.

They discovered it was solely vital to buy the management of 25 of the best papers. An settlement was reached; the coverage of the papers was purchased, to be paid for by the month; an editor was furnished for every paper to correctly supervise and edit info concerning the questions of preparedness, militarism, monetary insurance policies, and different issues of nationwide and worldwide nature thought-about very important to the pursuits of the purchasers.”

Operation Mockingbird was primarily the CIA’s effort to consolidate, whereas concurrently increasing, this secret maintain over the media some three a long time later. It’s a sobering thought to appreciate that just about nobody alive immediately has ever been knowledgeable by a really free and impartial press.

Whereas the scenario has certainly deteriorated in more moderen years, the covert use of mainstream media to govern and misdirect the general public to guard the pursuits of the elite few has been par for the course for over 100 years.

The Propaganda Multipliers

On the subject of the precise dissemination of pretend information and propaganda, information businesses play a central position, and there’s solely three of them: The Related Press (AP), Reuters and Agence France-Presse (AFP). As defined within the Swiss Coverage Analysis submit, “The Propaganda Multiplier”:41

“The important thing position performed by these businesses means Western media typically report on the identical matters, even utilizing the identical wording. As well as, governments, navy and intelligence companies use these international information businesses as multipliers to unfold their messages all over the world.

A research of the Syria struggle protection by 9 main European newspapers clearly illustrates these points: 78% of all articles have been based mostly in complete or partly on company stories … 0% on investigative analysis. Furthermore, 82% of all opinion items and interviews have been in favor of a U.S. and NATO intervention, whereas propaganda was attributed completely to the other facet.”

Briefly, till or until at the least one in all these information businesses sends out a discover, nationwide and native media are unlikely to report on an occasion. Even photographs and movies are sometimes sourced straight from these international information businesses. This fashion, individuals hear, see and skim the very same message in every single place.

“This dependency on the worldwide businesses creates a putting similarity in worldwide reporting: from Vienna to Washington, our media typically report the identical matters, utilizing lots of the identical phrases — a phenomenon that might in any other case slightly be related to ‘managed media’ in authoritarian states,” Swiss Coverage Analysis writes.42

Even media shops which have overseas correspondents on their payroll don’t count on these correspondents to conduct impartial investigations. They too merely report regardless of the Massive Three information businesses need lined, and from the angle they need it lined. What you find yourself with is a form of echo-chamber the place just one view is offered. As one may count on, this setup makes for an ideal propaganda machine.

As famous by Swiss Coverage Analysis, “As a result of slightly low journalistic efficiency of the mainstream media and their excessive dependence on a number of information businesses, it’s simple for events to unfold propaganda and disinformation in a supposedly respectable format to a worldwide viewers.” Intelligence businesses and protection ministries are nicely conscious of this and use it with regularity, as certainly does the CFR and the remainder of the technocratic equipment.

Briefly, the present censoring and labeling of something that threatens the technocratic agenda and the profiteering of its members as “misinformation” and “disinformation” is a top-down scheme. It’s not random, by any means, and it’s not pushed by the opinions of personal corporations themselves. Social media corporations, for instance, are mere instruments for the technocratic deep state, which operates worldwide. 

The query then turns into, if propaganda is that deeply entrenched in our media construction, how do we all know what’s true and what’s not? There’s no simple reply to this query, however the resolution entails first changing into conscious of the truth that media lies, and that there’s a motive for why the media narrative is what it’s. One approach to consider the information is to ask your self, “Why may they need me to think about this on this explicit approach?” Ultimately, patterns start to type.

Finally, to search out the reality, you have to be prepared to search for it, and to look in locations outdoors the mainstream media consortium. You must ask questions and motive your approach by means of the knowledge you discover. If one thing doesn’t make sense but you’re informed to simply accept it with out query, it’s most likely propaganda.

Any variety of COVID-19 restrictions, for instance, have been illogical within the excessive, which tells us they’re not about defending individuals from an infection. It’s about one thing else, and that one thing else has typically been the purposeful destruction of small companies to facilitate wealth switch from the middle- and decrease class to the highest echelon. Finally, that’s the plan, and to cease it, we have now to cease believing the propaganda. It’s simply that easy. And that difficult.

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