Another White House flack, Eric Schultz, didn’t like being pressed for answers about the Fast and Furious scandal in which American agents directed guns into the arms of Mexican drug lords. “Goddammit, Sharyl!” he screamed at her. “The Washington Post is reasonable, the LA Times is reasonable, The New York Times is reasonable. You’re the only one who’s not reasonable!”
Posts Tagged ‘censorship’
Tags: bias, censor, censorship, control, false narrative, fast and furious, media, mind control, Obama, public perception, reporting, White House
Tags: censorship, contamination, cover up, fukushima, Japan, media, press, press freedom, radiation, radioactivity, resign, truth, uninhabitable
This explains why my Future Children of Fukushima article and the Chernobyl Horrors page have been the most viewed pages/articles I’ve ever posted. I’ve not met a nuclear apologist yet who could withstand the avalanche of evidence.
“I am a newscaster, but I couldn’t tell the true story on my news program,” says Jun Hori, a former anchor for NHK, the Japanese state broadcaster.
Hori says the network restricted what he and other journalists could say about Fukushima and moved more slowly than foreign media to report on the disaster and how far radiation was spreading. The attitude in the newsroom was not to question official information
Japan has dropped 31 places since 2011 in a World Press Freedom ranking compiled by the group Reporters Without Borders.
Tags: attack, censorship, CIA, cocaine, collusion, conspiracy, Contras, covert, crack, Dark Alliance, fear, felony, Gary Webb, Kill the Messenger, media, media control, mind control, Nicaragua, Orwellian, press, tactics, The Intercept, trafficking
The war on Gary Webb is covered at The Intercept.
The CIA watched these developments closely, collaborating where it could with outlets who wanted to challenge Webb’s reporting. Media inquiries had started almost immediately following the publication of “Dark Alliance,” and Dujmovic in “Managing a Nightmare” cites the CIA’s success in discouraging “one major news affiliate” from covering the [Contra Cocaine] story.
…Contras themselves knowingly received financial and material assistance from drug traffickers. In each case, one or another agency of the U.S. government had information regarding the involvement either while it was occurring, or immediately thereafter.”
The chief of the CIA’s Central America Task Force was also quoted as saying, “With respect to (drug trafficking) by the Resistance Forces…it is not a couple of people. It is a lot of people.”
Kill the Messenger
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