Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Propaganda Soup - 10% Fluff And 90% Bullshit

Wikileaks: CoIntelPro Psyop

"I have had it with Wikileaks. I am fully convinced that Wikileaks is a Counter Intelligence Program and a Psychological Operation by either CIA, MI6 or Mossad.

The CIA/MI6/Mossad have trashed their reputation, which has caused their scare tactics to wear off. They have created a new “credible” source like Wikileaks to dump their same old tired lies through them. Seriously, how difficult would it have been for the CIA to grab some hacker and play good cop, bad cop with him. They could say, “we got you good and we are going to throw you in jail for the rest of your life. Or you can work with us and we will wipe away all of your charges.” It works with low level mafia thugs, why not on a global scale where the stakes are that much higher. Even in the Matrix had a scene just like this.

Wikileaks has all of the power to spread the truth on the internet and all of the secrecy that the Elite uses. When this site first came on the scene, I’ll admit that I bought it hook line and sinker. A group of rich, sophisticated hackers that want to shed light on everything the Elite want to keep secret… “That is awesome!” I knew in the beginning that their intelligence dumps would not be big or yield much of a result. It is the nature of the beast in this business. No one will stick their neck out for you, until you have some street credibility.

Wikileaks went from damaging attack helicopter video of murdered civilians, to petty school girl chatter about foreign diplomats to finally, outright propaganda.

I’ve given Wikileaks the benefit of the doubt, even up until a week or two ago in my Beware of the Patriot Pied Pipers article. In my article, I had listed about 20 things that would really hack at the root of the Elite’s power. I practically pleaded with them to, “Get me something to rock the world out of it’s slumber.” Let’s face it, when Wikileak’s intelligence dumps sound like the same shit that NeoCons used to scare the American people into Iraq and Afghanistan, it is time to judge a tree by it’s fruit.

Look at today’s Drudge Report headline, “Wikileaks: ‘Al-Qaida On Brink Of Using Nuke Bomb.” This is right out of the same play book of 2003, with all the talk of mushroom clouds and yellow cake. This is why I think Wikileaks is a front for the same guys that brought you 9 years of senseless wars. No one really believes the State Department and CIA anymore. Certainly not after Colin”Slam Dunk” Powell destroyed not only his reputation, but that of America when he went before the UN to make the case for preemptive war. So, they created Wikileaks to to be a “legitimate” source of information.

Or what about this headline about the spooky 9/11 gang that got away… A DECADE AGO! Really, what internet blogger/hacker would publish stuff like this? Wikileak’s sole purpose was to expose secrets and not push propaganda. There are thousands of sites on the internet showing pretty damning evidence that 9/11 was an inside job. Yet, here is Wikileaks, the biggest, baddest site in the Freedom Movement, publishing stuff that would give Ruppert Murdoch a boner? It is time to judge a tree by it’s fruit."

Anyone - any news organization, blogger, a person in conversation, anyone at all, who mentions "Al Qaeda" with a straight face is either a disinformation agent or a stupid dupe. And at this point anyone who believes the 9/11 fairy tale is beyond contempt.


Blogger michael tew said...

Right on Nolo, and the fuckers will be right alongside Kissinger and Obama in Nobel prizeville if the spooks get their wish.

2/2/11 6:37 PM  
Anonymous Nz said...

They have created a new “credible” source like Wikileaks to dump their same old tired lies through them.

Yes, this has been my suspicion all along. The only thing that continues to confuse me is the solitary torture of Manning. I can't believe the guy would be a willing part of such a conspiracy if it would put him in such a hell, unless he is the world's greatest masochist. That much doesn't quite figure into it.

3/2/11 2:59 AM  

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