July 11, 2010
(The CBS Logo is also the symbol of the Illuminati, a dot in a circle.)
by L. C. Vincent(for henrymakow.com)
After WWII, with the emergence of three rival television networks, each with their own news departments, most Americans would have argued that the new age of television would grant them a multiplicity of sources and viewpoints.
Yet from their very inception, all three TV networks have been guided by men who were a product of and beholden to America's intelligence agencies. From the beginning, the men who ran ABC, CBS and NBC as well as those sitting on their boards of directors, had the deepest ties to the CIA, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Rothschild Banks and the Rockefeller Foundation. From the very beginning, the US news media has been designed to promote the New World Order, guided by the "light" of the Illuminati. This is why network newscasts are virtually identical.
Three Networks, One Master
According to the late investigative reporter Eustace Mullins, CBS Chairman William S. Paley was both conduit and operative for the CIA. Many directors of CBS had CIA ties. NBC and ABC Television networks were also riddled with CIA and Rothschild banks-linked directors.
Yet even without these overlapping network directorships, the CIA made a concerted effort to not simply shade and tilt news stories, but to actively recruit journalists to quash stories or to distort and selectively bias the presentation of stories.
Making a "Mock" ery of The News
The code name for this work was "Operation Mockingbird." A mockingbird is a creature with the natural gift to mimic or mirror whatever song another bird makes. So, too, the CIA's "embedded" reporters, editors and owners would mirror whatever particular slant the Agency wished the general public to perceive.
According to author Steve Kangas, in his article "Anatomy of the Overclass", the CIA recruited 25 media organizations and over 400 reporters and journalists to do their bidding since the late 1940's. This was revealed to the Church Committee in 1975, and many felt that The Agency's reach went even deeper. The list of assets and operatives included: