February 12, 2011
A former Fox News employee has told Media Matters the corporation is a “propaganda outfit” that invents news stories and is determined to destroy Obama and Democrats.
“I don’t think people would believe it’s as concocted as it is; that stuff is just made up,” said the anonymous employee. “They say one thing and do another. They insist on maintaining this charade, this façade, that they’re balanced or that they’re not right-wing extreme propagandist.”
In fact, the whole of the corporate media – from Fox to CNN and MSNBC – is a charade. It is a façade erected by the ruling elite. Its primary purpose is to disseminate globalist propaganda, shape public opinion, and keep the false right-left paradigm that divides people going at all cost.
The Pentagon has used the corporate media as a propaganda delivery system since at least the late 1990s. The U.S. Army’s 4th Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Group at Ft. Bragg works in the news division at CNN. The CIA’s Operation Mockingbird has dominated corporate media since 1948.
Media Matters itself is a globalist front designed to foment more left-vs-right nonsense. It is a Democrat operation launched by Clintonite John Podesta’s Center for American Progress. Podesta was the head of Obama’s presidential transition team after the 2008 election (the transition installed a bevy of Goldman Sachs operatives in the White House).
Media Matters is a creation of the Democracy Alliance, founded by former Clinton Treasury official Rob Stein, Erica Payne and various liberal billionaire donors and financiers, including George Soros and former Rockefeller Family Fund president Anne Bartley. “Since its inception, the Alliance has been unabashedly elitist,” the Nation magazine reported in 2006.
It is also unabashedly globalist with deep Soros and Rockefeller connections.
The Media Matters story will naturally become a talking point for liberals and Democrats who vigorously engage in the sort of meaningless left-vs-right warfare that defines establishment politics these days.