The recently released Panama Papers has stirred up controversy in the world and in United States alternative media.
Now comes a report of a whistleblower and former banker with USB saying the documents are a CIA operation.
CNBC reported Bradley Birkenfield told them “The CIA I’m sure is behind this, in my opinion.”
“Birkenfeld pointed out the leak is primarily directed at enemies and adversaries of the United States,” according to Infowars.
“The very fact that we see all these names surface that are the direct quote-unquote enemies of the United States, Russia, China, Pakistan, Argentina and we don’t see one U.S. name. Why is that? Quite frankly, my feeling is that this is certainly an intelligence agency operation” he said.
Birkenfeld spent time in jail for abetting tax evasion by one of his clients at the Swiss bank, described UK Prime Minister David Cameron, named in the papers as “collateral damage.”
Recently Infowars reported the group that broke the Panama Papers story, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, is funded and supported by the George Soros outfit the Open Society Foundations, the Ford Foundation and a host of other foundations.
The Ford Foundation is connected to the CIA and has specialized in worldwide cultural propaganda since the end of the Second World War, which includes Operation Mockingbird, the media disinformation network established in 1953 by the then director of the agency Allen W. Dulles.
Watergate reporter and journalist Carl Bernstein wrote in Rolling Stone magazine in 1977
“More than 400 American journalists… in the past twenty‑five years have secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency, according to documents on file at CIA headquarters.”
And to anyone who thinks Mockingbird is a conspiracy theory and really trusts what the corporate media complex has to say, consider this from Infowars.
In 2014, The Intercept reported on a prominent national security reporter for the Los Angeles Times who submitted story drafts to the CIA. An FOIA request revealed the agency maintains relationships with reporters from the Associated Press, Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other outlets.