Well, I somehow was suspect of operation Mockingbird still being alive.  Well now thanks to Alex Jones…THOSE SUSPICIONS ARE NOW TRUE AND INVOLVE THE INFAMOUS MAUREEN DOWD!

Emails obtained by Judicial Watch have exposed the fact a senior New York Times national security, gave the CIA advanced copies of an article another writer was preparing; one that was somewhat critical of the White House over the upcoming Hollywood film about the supposed killing of Osama bin Laden.

And just where does S&M Dowd factor in?

Mark Mazzetti, forwarded an advance copy of a Maureen Dowd column to a CIA spokesperson a full two days before it was set to be published. The article, published August 7th 2011, discussed the upcoming Kathryn Bigelow-Mark Boal film “Zero Dark Thirty”, and criticized the Obama administration for having “outsourced the job of manning up the president’s image to Hollywood.”

Mazzetti’s emails show he sent the piece to the CIA’s Marie Harf, on August 5th 2011, writing: “this didn’t come from me… and please delete after you read. See, nothing to worry about!”

Judicial Watch obtained the document via the Freedom of Information Act. You can see the text of the email here.

Responding to the revelations, NY Times Managing Editor Dean Baquet told POLITICO Tuesday it was “much ado about nothing”(BULL). However, later in the day, Times spokesperson Eileen Murphy sent a further email, claiming that Mazzetti had made “a mistake”(MISTAKE MY ASS!)

Other newspapers got wind of this. Take the London Guardian for example.

“This exchange, by itself, is remarkably revealing: of the standard role played by establishment journalists and the corruption that pervades it. Here we have a New York Times reporter who covers the CIA colluding with its spokesperson to plan for the fallout from the reporting by his own newspaper (“nothing to worry about”). Beyond this, that a New York Times journalist – ostensibly devoted to bringing transparency to government institutions – is pleading with the CIA spokesperson, of all people, to conceal his actions and to delete the evidence of collusion is so richly symbolic. The relationship between the New York Times and the US government is, as usual, anything but adversarial. Indeed, these emails read like the interactions between a PR representative and his client as they plan in anticipation of a possible crisis” Glen Greenwald reported.

Now don’t think this is anything new. Infowars reports

Only last week we reported on the fact that the Times demonstratively scrubbed a passage in an article which revealed that the CIA was helping funnel arms to rebel groups that have aligned themselves with Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria.

And the Times, like the Washington Post and other major media outlets have been major cogs in the corrupt machine called Operation Mockingbird.

The Times was the vital cog in the CIA’s Operation Mockingbird, a secret campaign conceived in the 1950s to influence media output. Many believe, with some justification as we have seen, that Mockingbird continues to this day.

And one of the most familiar names in journalism, Carl Bernstein wrote 35 years ago in Rolling Stone magazine,

The New York Times — The Agency’s relationship with the Times was by far its most valuable among newspapers, according to CIA officials. [It was] general Times policy … to provide assistance to the CIA whenever possible.

… CIA officials cite two reasons why the Agency’s working relationship with the Times was closer and more extensive than with any other paper: the fact that the Times maintained the largest foreign news operation in American daily journalism; and the close personal ties between the men who ran both institutions … .

Making reference to Frank Wisner, the head of the Directorate of Plans of the CIA in the ’50s, writer Deborah Davis wrote in her 1979 biography of the late Washington Post owner, Katharine Graham( whose initials, KMG are the call letters of Orlando’s CBS affiliate WKMG-TV just as her husband’s initials PLG are the calls of Miami’s ABC affiliate WPLG-TV)

By the early 1950s, Wisner ‘owned’ respected members of The New York Times, Newsweek, CBS and other communications vehicles. Wisner referred to this apparatus as a “Mighty Wurlitzer”, referencing the theater organ capable of controlling diverse pipes, instruments, and sound effects from a central console.

Most of the nation’s mainstream media is now almost wholly controlled by the triple threat of political, military and intelligence elites.  And is it any wonder NOT A SINGLE MEDIA OUTLET WILL PROPERLY COVER OBAMA’S ELIGIBILITY?!

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