Washington Post is revealing just how afraid its bosses are of losing control of the official narrative,


In 2013, WaPo drew sharp criticism from alternative media outlets for not disclosing the fact that its new owner, Bilderberger and world’s fifth wealthiest individual Jeff Bozos, had secured a $600 million contract with the Central Intelligence Agency prior to the purchase. Disclosures of potential conflicts of interest are considered standard practice in journalism when an outlet reports on some area it may have a vested interest in; the Observer discloses at the end of every article involving Donald Trump that its owner Jared Kushner is Trump’s son-in-law, for example. To this day WaPo neglects to mention its own conflict of interest when authoring articles about U.S. intelligence agencies. 


I’m so interested in this because Bezos made his media purchase (which cost him less than half of what the CIA paid him) shortly after the U.S. government repealed a 1948 law which had made it illegal to conduct psychological operations (psy-ops) on the American public. The CIA is easily the world’s leader and innovator when it comes to psy-ops, which it has used to great effect in staging coups, toppling foreign governments, and manipulating public discourse the world over, and it just so happened to award a lucrative government contract to a politically active aspiring media mogul in the same year he purchased a major U.S. media outlet, which just so happened to be the same year it became legal for them to conduct psy-ops on U.S. citizens. Prior to the purchase Bezos had already made it known where his political loyalties lie when the web services division of Bezos-owned Amazon made the extremely controversial decision to pull the plug on WikiLeaks’ website, so he was already making it clear that he was a friend of the political establishment the CIA is responsible for propping up. This would not be the first time the CIA has actively inserted itself into American news media outlets, including the Washington Post.


So now whenever I see a major WaPo article going viral, I think to myself “Oh cool! Let’s see what the CIA wants us to believe today!” I just see it as a window of insight into what the political establishment and their cronies are up to behind the scenes. And from what I can tell by reading this latest article of theirs, what they are up to is losing their minds over the fact that the legacy media no longer controls the public narrative in America anymore.


In an absolute mess of an article, bizarrely titled “Schooled on Benghazi and Pizzagate, Trump team is heavy on conspiracy theorists” despite the fact that none of the Trump team they discuss ever said anything about Pizzagate and the fact that Benghazi is not a conspiracy theory, WaPo throws everything but the kitchen sink at their poor readers in a desperate attempt to keep them from believing anything the next administration might tell them about their country. In some two thousand tossed-salad words, the author of this meandering, rambling psychological operation seems to be attempting to communicate that some members of Trump’s team espouse what she disparagingly labels “controversial beliefs” that are outside of the mainstream narrative, from “paranoia” about the Federal Reserve to belief that Seth Rich was assassinated. If the author had some other point that she was trying to make, I don’t know.


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