CONVENIENTLY, just six days from the anniversary of the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, mainstream media, in perfect harmony, focused on sections of a ‘Russian made BUK missile system being discovered near the scene of the incident. Russia has claimed it was not involved.’
Fact: This debris was not identified as such but we mustn’t let truth get in the way of a good story. This same media focused on trivia when damning evidence pointed to Washington and Kiev complicity.
To this can be added the peculiar US, Ukraine and Dutch government ‘no comment’ response when asked to release vital evidence that would assist in getting to the cause of the tragedy.
Mainstream media intention was clear: The most deceptive lie of all is the half lie with deliberate intention to deceive. It is common knowledge that Ukraine’s BUK missile systems are Russian made. In the same way NATO armaments are mostly American made. The Ukrainian Army still uses BUK missiles; they went out of production in Russia in 1999.
Western media narrative is as beautifully orchestrated as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Here is a clue: ‘The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media.’ Former CIA Director William Colby died suddenly after a freak canoe accident.
Here is another clue: ‘We’ll know our disinformation programme is complete when everything the American public believes is false,” CIA Director, 1981. It seems he got his wish.
Two weeks before the outbreak of WWII, a solemn British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain remarked, “History will judge the Press to have been the principle cause of war.”
Nevile Henderson, the British Ambassador to Berlin echoed the premier’s words. France’s President Lebrun and Foreign Minister warned the Press ‘not to abuse their so-called Press freedom.’ In September 1941, U.S Senator Clark: ‘Half a dozen men controlling the film industry clamour for war.’
I do think the public deserve a far more honest mainstream media.
If we fail then we will again be at war. I have a strong presentiment of déjà vu.