Submitted by Harold Saive
Since 1948, the CIA’s Office of Special Projects launched Operation Mockingbird, a clandestine media infiltration campaign that involved bribing hundreds of journalists to publish fake stories at the CIA’s request.
Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
To better understand the role of the Central Intelligence Agency of Langley (Virginia), the powerful American counter-intelligence that guides the decisions of the Five Eyes alliance made up of the Anglo-Saxon secret services of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, it is necessary to recall some decisive examples that are added to this very interesting article published by geopolitics expert Joseph Mercola.
In both the Balkan and Syrian wars, the CIA played a fundamental role in the use of Al Qaeda and ISIS terrorists alongside jihadist formations defined as rebels against Slobodan Milosevic’s Serbia and the government of Bashar Al Assad.
But these plans were preceded by painstaking propaganda campaigns artfully orchestrated by the Otpor group of Belgrade, which later became Canvas in other color revolutions, and by the Syrian Observatory on Human Rights which were amplified by complacent media.
As we have highlighted in various inquiries on lobbying and management, CIA officials have been replaced over time by individuals selected by the multinational McKinsey which was financed specifically for this purpose by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.