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Operation Mockingbird is a large-scale program of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that began in the early 1950s. Its objective is to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes, typically to sway the public (1) in supporting a war agenda (2) in smear campaigns and (3) with disinformation. The operation funds student and cultural organizations and magazines as front organizations.

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Why We Shouldn't Trust The News

According to writer Deborah Davis, Operation Mockingbird recruited leading American journalists into a propaganda network and oversaw the operations of front groups. CIA support of front groups was exposed after a 1967 Ramparts magazine article reported that the National Student Association received funding from the CIA. In the 1970s, Congressional investigations and reports also revealed Agency connections with journalists and civic groups.

Wikipedia[]

Wikipedia's article on Operation Mockingbird is presented in the past-tense as an "alleged CIA program".

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No one unscathed[]

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In the US, both the left and the right medias are influenced by the Shadow government of the New World Order, through Operation Mockingbird. Since 2016, President Donald J. Trump has made decisions based on what is fed[1] to and through Fox News, making the left very uneasy. The pit-fighting between the left and the right, in the United States, is encouraged by the elite of the NWO. It plants seeds toward catastrophe in the United States, so that the NWO can then turn to purpose extreme resolutions that support the NWO agenda on US soil. The propaganda for "fake news" is on a WorldWide scale that helps to spin confusion between all political sides.

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