Thursday, August 12, 2021

Largest Propaganda Op In History

ADMINISTRATIVE: Tomorrow's my wife's eye exam day, so I'll be driving. That'll be most of the morning.

That title is a bit of a click bait thing. What I want to do is recommend some longer articles that do get into the twin issues of propaganda and who controls our government. The title comes from a tweet this morning from Dr. Robert Malone:

I followed that link to, which is the Swiss Policy Research organization. I browsed around a bit, and I want to recommend, briefly, several items.

First of all, I think many will find this useful: On the Treatment of Covid-19. It's divided into three sections--prophylaxis, early treatment, and prescription only.

Now, on to propaganda. The link that I got from Malone's tweet--the quote portion--is this:

The Propaganda Multiplier

What they're talking about is the role that the three large news agencies play in disseminating the news to all of us. Or, to put it a bit differently, the role they play in disseminating to us what our rulers want us to think about in ways that they want us to think. Those three agencies are, of course, AP, Reuters, and Agence France-Presse. We all know about them, or think we do, but this article lays out the interaction between the news agencies, the media news providers, and the people who provide the news--our government. This graphic will explain this visually:

This is a long piece, so I'll insert a few excerpts that I hope will suggest that there are important issues to read about. Bear in mind that while the focus of this article is on foreign policy, there is every reason to suppose that what's being described drives the news business in all areas. So.

“What the agency does not report, does not take place”

The central role of news agencies also explains why, in geopolitical conflicts, most media use the same original sources. In the Syrian war, for example, the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” – a dubious one-man organization based in London –  featured prominently. The media rarely inquired directly at this “Observatory”, as its operator was in fact difficult to reach, even for journalists.

Rather, the “Observatory” delivered its stories to global agencies, which then forwarded them to thousands of media outlets, which in turn “informed” hundreds of millions of readers and viewers worldwide. The reason why the agencies, of all places, referred to this strange “Observatory” in their reporting – and who really financed it – is a question that was rarely asked.

For this next excerpt, understand that AP has about 4,000 employees--and it's the largest of the agencies.

Among the most active actors in “injecting” questionable geopolitical news are the military and defense ministries. For example, in 2009 the head of the American news agency AP, Tom Curley, made public that the Pentagon employs more than 27,000 PR specialists who, with a budget of nearly $ 5 billion a year, are working the media and circulating targeted manipulations. In addition, high-ranking US generals had threatened that they would “ruin” him and the AP if the journalists reported too critically on the US military.

That should tell a number of things, among them the high priority that our National Security establishment places on getting their agenda across in a favorable light.

Finally, Noam Chomsky explains further how this works:

The desired narrative

But why do journalists in our media not simply try to research and report independently of the global agencies and the Anglo-Saxon media? ...


Media researcher Noam Chomsky has described this effect in his essay “What makes the mainstream media mainstream” as follows: “If you get off line, if you’re producing stories that the big press doesn’t like, you’ll hear about it pretty soon. () So there are a lot of ways in which power plays can drive you right back into line if you move out. If you try to break the mold, you’re not going to last long. That framework works pretty well, and it is understandable that it is just a reflection of obvious power structures.” (Chomsky 1997)

Nevertheless, some of the leading journalists continue to believe that nobody can tell them what to write. How does this add up? Media researcher Chomsky clarifies the apparent contradiction:

“[T]he point is that they wouldn’t be there unless they had already demonstrated that nobody has to tell them what to write because they are going say the right thing. If they had started off at the Metro desk, or something, and had pursued the wrong kind of stories, they never would have made it to the positions where they can now say anything they like. The same is mostly true of university faculty in the more ideological disciplines. They have been through the socialization system.” (Chomsky 1997)

Ultimately, this “socialization system” leads to a journalism that no longer independently researches and critically reports on geopolitical conflicts (and some other topics), but seeks to consolidate the desired narrative through appropriate editorials, commentary, and interviews.

The next article fits right in:

The American Empire and its Media

The article is talking about the Establishment that governs us, the directing power that animates the American Empire--The Council On Foreign Relations, with its adjuncts the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderburg Group. This is a the driver behind the Deep State:

Largely unbeknownst to the general public, executives and top journalists of almost all major US media outlets have long been members of the influential Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Established in 1921 as a private, bipartisan organization to “awaken America to its worldwide responsibilities”, the CFR and its close to 5000 elite members for decades have shaped US foreign policy and public discourse about it. As a well-known Council member famously explained, they transformed the American republic into a global empire, albeit a “bene­volent” one.

Based on official membership rosters, the following illustration depicts for the first time the extensive media network of the CFR and its two major international affiliate organizations: the Bilderberg Group (mainly covering the US and Europe) and the Trilateral Commission (covering North America, Europe and East Asia), both established by Council leaders to foster elite cooperation at the global level.

To give you an idea of how this works:

... media personalities constitute only about five percent of the overall CFR network. As the following illustration shows, key members of the private Council on Foreign Relations have included:

  • several US Presidents and Vice Presidents of both parties;
  • almost all Secretaries of State, Defense, and the Treasury;
  • many high-ranking commanders of the US military and NATO;
  • some of the most influential Members of Congress (notably in foreign & security policy);
  • almost all National Security Advisors, CIA Directors, Ambassadors to the U.N., Chairs of the Federal Reserve, Presidents of the World Bank, and Directors of the National Economic Council;
  • many prominent academics, especially in key fields such as Economics and Political Science;
  • many top executives of Wall Street, policy think tanks, universities, NGOs, and Hollywood;
  • as well as the key members of both the 9/11 Commission and the Warren Commission (JFK)

Harvard economist and Kennedy supporter, John K. Galbraith, confirmed the Council’s influence: “Those of us who had worked for the Kennedy election were tolerated in the government for that reason and had a say, but foreign policy was still with the Council on Foreign Relations people.”

Princeton University professor and former CFR member Stephen F. Cohen described the Council as “America’s single most important non-governmental foreign-policy organization”, whose primary role is to “define the accepted, legitimate, orthodox parameters of discussion.” According to Cohen, “the CFR really is what the Soviets used to call the very top-level of the Nomenklatura.”

And no less than John J. McCloy, the longtime chairman of the Council and advisor to several US presidents, recalled about his time in Washington: “Whenever we needed a man we thumbed through the roll of the Council members and put through a call to New York [i.e., the CFR headquarters].”

Or consider this--and don't think Obama was some sort of exception to a mythical rule of presidential independence:

On October 18, Wikileaks released an email from Michael Froman, a former Citigroup executive, written directly to Obama.

Barack – 

Following up on your conversations with John [Podesta] over the weekend, attached are two documents: —

A list of African American, Latino and Asian American candidates, divided between Cabinet/Deputy and Under/Assistant/Deputy Assistant Sectetary levels, as well as lists of senior Native Americans, Arab/Muslim Americans and Disabled Americans.

We have longer lists, but these are candidates whose names have been recommended by a number of sources for senior level jobs in a potential Administration. — A list of women, similarly divided between candidates for Cabinet/Deputy and other senior level positions.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

Mike Froman

The email provides concrete evidence that a big banker played a significant role in choosing key staff members of Obama’s administration. Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan were among Obama’s top donors for his 2008 presidential election.

In other words, the best government money can buy. Can you imagine how angry, outraged, these people were about Trump?

In his famous article about “The American Establishment”, political columnist Richard H. Rovere noted: “The directors of the CFR make up a sort of Presidium for that part of the Establishment that guides our destiny as a nation. () [I]t rarely fails to get one of its members, or at least one of its allies, into the White House. In fact, it generally is able to see to it that both nominees are men acceptable to it.”

Finally, here's a plug for Dr. Malone's Liberty Forum address. It's two hours long, but it's all interesting. The first half is fairly technical stuff, but then he moves on to politics--and I think you'll see that it dovetails with all the above: 

When Science is Silenced:

The Story of COVID Vaccines,

from the scientist behind the technology

Here's the publicity blurb:

The "Black Swan" event of 2020 — the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic — imposed disruptive stresses on virtually all local, national, and international systems. In response, many governments (Germany, England, America) chose to invest in, emphasize, and expedite deployment of non-traditional gene therapy-based vaccines, while excluding off-label drug use (i.e. famotidine, hydroxycholoroquine, etc.).

One has to ask: Why?

Why would governments and governmental agencies purposefully ignore — and in many instances, ban — repurposed OTC drug therapies, while ramrodding at breakneck speed what some have called, at best, an "experimental drug?"

And in a country identified with the right to free speech, why would doctors, scientists and everyday citizens who are questioning public policy regarding the vaccine be likewise ignored, censored and — in many instances like Dr. Malone — banned?

As the leading scientist in cutting edge vaccine technology development and being at the forefront of public health responses over 30 years, Dr. Robert Malone, MD, MS is uniquely qualified to discuss the origins of these preferentially treated genetic vaccine platforms and current government implementation policies. Today, public policy, bioethics, traditional-, social- and other media censorship, academia, "Big Pharma," tech, and myriad sectors interact under unprecedented stress. Are the governmental responses we are witnessing — that reveal emergent threats to individual rights and good government — all part of the "Noble Lie?"


  1. BTW, the Q & A is interesting. Among other things Malone addresses is Novavax (he's cautious on that, thinks there are problems).

    1. I think he must have good reasons to be cautious on novavax. I still believe being funded by gates foundation is a big red flag.

  2. It becomes clearer every day: Trump never had a chance.

    And by extension, we never had a chance.

    I have been so clueless about the real world, the world behind the world, the wheel within the wheels...

    Every layer of the onion only serves to make me more convinced of my thesis that these are the apostle's "10 horns" (Rev 17) who rise to authority briefly after they destroy Babylon.

    Praise God for Donald Trump, our 21st century Cyrus. He forced them into the open and thereby gave us a warning to prepare for what's coming.

  3. Is the Novavax question in the middle or end? Can someone who listens to the whole thing let me know the minute marker? I'm very interested in what he has to say about Novavax.
    By the way, I was recently exposed to a family of 4 all with Covid and I started ivermectin right away. I have stayed well & happily had no side effects whatsoever from ivermectin. I do caution those interested in ivermectin to have it on hand. Don't wait til you need it to order it. My most recent order is taking over 3 weeks to arrive from India. I think it's criminal that we can't get this stuff quickly, easily, and cheaply from our local pharmacy.

    1. Novavax starts at: 1:30:30

      Listen to the whole thing though...


    2. You can obtain an immediate supply of ivermectin from your local equine cattle supply store. Each dose is good for a 1200 lb horse so do the math.

    3. @Anon (August 13, 10:12 AM): "Ivermectin is also widely used to treat horses. This 'horse paste' type of ivermectin does not have the quality control and purity of prescription medication and is not recommended for use by humans." I've seen similar sentiments voiced at other sites by people who are not anti-IVM.

  4. Ah the head of the serpent, thanks Mark

  5. After reading all of this and living through the last 2 years, the question must be asked, Are we the baddies?

    See Mitchell and Webb video for desperately needed comic relief:


  6. Interesting…

    Specifically, RCTs may to some extent be “designed to succeed” – as was the case with some covid vaccine trials as well as remdesivir – or be “designed to fail”.


    the GAVI vaccine alliance has been buying Google ads discouraging its use. Moreover, one of the major social media “fact checking” organizations turned out to have financial ties to a covid vaccine manufacturer.

    The Ivermectin Debate

    Which are examples of why I don’t trust the media, much less our elites.

    And it’s interesting how inter-married / related the media is with Democratic elites.

    1. @ray

      The Matrix experience just keeps on getting deeper.

      All these years we had such trust in the people elected, in the military, in the education system, in basic journalism. All of that turned out to be a fiction. What a bunch of patsies we've been. They must have been laughing their @!## off at us poor rubes. No wonder they hold us in such contempt. For 60 or more years we've done nothing to earn anything but contempt. Until DJT came along and we voted him in twice. And now we have the first inkling of a beginning of a stirring that the People won't be enslaved so easily. It may be too late. It will certainly get messy. How far will the Tyrants go? What will happen when (not if) the economy collapses and tens of millions are reduced to abject poverty? Will the People take the Tyrant's handouts or relearn what it means to love thy neighbor?


    2. Well I'll go with:
      1. The link you provided seemed focused on Ivermectin by itself. It would be nice if they mentioned it wasn't just one medicine. They also didn't stress early treatment which I think is key.
      2. I'd rather chance it with Ivermectin then the vax. I'll be keeping it in stock at home as I know the doctors I have available for me are lock step with Biden.

  7. Does anyone have a link or some information about how to get Ivermectin?

  8. ZeroEdge

    India's Ivermectin Blackout ZeroHedge

    I just don’t understand the Why of the anti any treatment of Covid.

    The allegations of the previous link that studies of Ivermectin are being designed to fail, including by the Gates Foundation, shock me,

    And the efforts within the US to make it so Dr can’t even prescribe them off label are also shocking. There were threats to a Dr. licenses, and fine pharmacists would not fulfill. And the demonization of hcq as not safe was also strange.

    And why is the immunity of those that actually got Covid being ignored. My guess is the elites are trying to cover up how the inaccuracy of the Covid pcr tests at to many cycles.

    1. They needed to suppress treatments because you can't get Emergency Auth if there ARE treatments--if there are treatments there's no emergency. Michael Yeadon talks about the likelihood in the UK of forced vax, says he doesn't know what the agenda is but it has nothing to do with medicine.

  9. America’s Frontline Doctors
    Has a list of Dr. that can prescribe it.

    Mark - click on their legal tab. I’m Surprised at their lawsuits they are working on (filed), and they have a legal team This is a huge expansion. This is very significant, and the first I have heard of it.
    $90 consultation to get a prescription.
    $250 consult, in Long Island. Made the news by success of treating people for hcq.

    And there were two other methods mentioned in another thread. One was in the us, the other India (takes 3 weeks).

    1. Thanks, I'll try to check some of the legal stuff out. Definitely needed in a big way.