Monday, December 26, 2011

Doing a Background Check on CNN

Since CNN broadcasters seem so intent on looking back decades into promo letters and newletters put out by one of Ron Paul's organizations,when everyone admits Ron Paul did not write the letters, lets take a look at the background of some of those affiliated with CNN. It's as elitist as you can get, with strong ties to the CIA recruiting ground, Yale University.

CNN is owned by Times Warner,  CEO Jeffery L. Bewkes is a director of the Council on Foreign Relations and also serves on the board of Yale University.

Also affiliated with Yale and CNN are Anderson Cooper and David Gergen.

Anderson Cooper spent time interning, during his summer breaks in his sophomore and junior years at Yale, at the CIA.

Cooper is the son of Gloria Vanderbilt and the great-great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt. It was J.P. Morgan, Rockefeller and Vanderbilt who developed Jekyll Island, where the Wall Street elite developed the plan to launch the Federal Reserve.

Cooper is also a member of the Manuscript Society (aka The Wrexham Foundation). The Manuscript Society is a secret society at Yale University, like Skull & Bones. The society holds an annual gathering in its tomb on Halloween.

CNN senior political correspondent, David Gergen, is also a member of the Manuscript Society and was a presidential advisor who served during the administrations of Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Clinton.

It is not clear when the Manuscript Society "tapped" blacks for membership, if ever. There are no publicly known black members of the society.

As for the CNN reporter, Gloria Borger, who badgered Ron Paul, I have already reported on her background:
Well, well, it turns out hit job specialist Gloria Borger is married to Lance Morgan. Morgan is according to the web site of his employer, Powell Tate,"chief communications strategist at Powell Tate in Washington, D.C. He specializes in developing and executing communications strategies for public policy debates, crisis communications and media training."

So who might be the clients of Powell Tate, where Borger's husband is "chief communications strategist and crisis communications" adviser?

Just about every part of the military industrial-complex that Ron Paul wants to shrink or shutdown. According to the Powell Tate web site, they provide strategic communications for among others:

The U.S. Army

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services

The U.S Agency for International Development

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce

and, I'm not joking, The National Pork Board.

Bottom line Gloria Borger's husband is as inside Washington DC as you can get.

CNN is just the type of organization you would expect to go after Ron Paul, they are at the very core of elitist, establishment, hypocritical, Washington D.C.

28 comments:

  1. I don't know what you would expect after 100 years of a money counterfeit racket. The terrorists own all that is important to their own survival. They will never allow someone like Ron Paul to succeed. They will murder billions of people to keep their global counterfeit racket going.

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  2. excuse mongering for Paul's racist bigoted teabaggerism by pointing fingers (however true) the other way?

    is that what Jebus would do?

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  3. I will say, however, that Wolf Blitzer has overall been very kind to Dr. Paul over the years.

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  4. You've nailed it...

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  5. this is epic..keep up the good work!

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  6. @3:19 Yes, he published a newsletter where some small amounts of content contained racially slanted language because as we know, nothing ever sees print or finds its way onto the air that a publisher or programmer isn't aware of or that they don't fully endorse. /sarc off

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  7. How about David Frum's hit piece today? It was the most outrageous one yet.

    Here it is:
    http://www.cnn.com/2011/12/26/opinion/frum-ron-paul-newsletters/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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  8. Is anyone going to call out Horwitz?

    http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2011/12/how-did-we-get-here-or-why-do-20-year-old-newsletters-matter-so-damn-much/

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  9. You forgot to mention that David Gergen attends Bohemian Grove as well.

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  10. Even people who claim to be "libertarians" seem to revel in the letters such as Steve Horwitz. I don't know what his definition of a libertarian is but he most certainly does not fit it! Horwitz somehow thinks the letters are relevant and hurt the "libertarian movement." This coming from a guy who supports the "libertarian" candidate Gary Johnson. Johnson is no Ron Paul (is anyone?) and NEVER will be! Horwitz is a joke in my book. He even called Rothbard a bad economist! Like anyone is following the works of Horwitz! Rothbard's legacy is preserved forever, who is Horwitz?? I just wish Rothbard were alive to crush Horwitz as only Rothbard could do!

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  11. Which comments in the newsletters are actually racist, as opposed to just politically incorrect? Perhaps one or two, if even that. If whites had been rioting, pulling black drivers out of trucks and killing them, would any "progressive" object to an editorial that identified the races of the perpetrators and victims? Of course not.

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  12. Let's hear and see what actual African Americans think about the "newsletters" and Ron Paul being a HATER!! We no longer use the word "racist" since it has been distorted way too much by the Propaganda Media Stream and the Party Establishment of BOTH Parties!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JA2ehvB-_Ac

    Liberty For All and All For Liberty,
    Freedom4America

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  13. Hey you left out CNN's "middle east guy"former AIPAC lobbyist, Wolf Blitzer.

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  14. horwitz is a left-wing collectivist. I'm not saying this because of his clear hatred of Paul, but from reading his stuff.

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  15. how is Gary Johnson not a libertarian??

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  16. To Anonymous: The counterfeit racket will only lead to the murder of billions of people if you let it. I am always dissapointed to hear cynical pessimists give up on Ron Paul because we are all doomed no mater what. Since when do you have the power to see the future? You will never know what could have been unless you try. Now is the best time ever to join the struggle for justice and break up this racket and we need your help!

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  17. "The people who cast the votes don't decide an election; the people who COUNT the votes do." -- Joseph Stalin

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  18. Great info on CNN. It would also be interesting to check each individual and see what kind of 'criminal' background they have. That is what they are doing to all of us who oppose them.

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  19. Ron Paul was way ahead of all the rest in polls and still came in third. It is all a lie and a rigged game. For those that think that Ron Paul is the salvation of the nation, he isn't. He is there just to stir the pot. At some point he will simply quit the race and leave all his supporters disappointed just as he did in 2008. Power is not something you receive as a gift, power is something you take. Stop looking for leaders. I don't want anyone to lead me, I want to lead myself. Take back your power. Stop voting for anyone including Ron Paul. By not voting you effectively pull the plug on the entire system and expose the dictatorship. Don't cooperate with the system in any way to the extent that you can. In this world there is just one way to take back and keep what is yours, FORCE.

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  20. Jebus is another name for Jerusalem, so yeah, it is what they would do...

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  21. And you can't overlook CNN's warmongering. In the lead-up to our attack of Iraq they would repeatedly put up false breaking-news, red banners and then take them down without comment. They've done the same on Iran, patiently building the public perception that we HAVE to attack Iran.

    While we were on holiday, congress basically declared war on Iran, yet all the military-industrial news channels focus on Iran's response and not the provocation.

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  22. Power To The People! We are many,they are few! Rise like lions after slumber!

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  23. CNN is nothing but a isreal and cia propaganda arm anyone who is awake knows this

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  24. Bushinchains sez: "It's (War) bad when George Bush does it, but good when Obama does it."
    Poor BiC, a mind-numbed victim of the Hegelian dialectic. You can bet he supports Obama Obombing Libya, and soon Syria, and Iran, and on and on and on...

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  25. Why would I read anything David Frum wrote? Frum probably spammed that link here himself. Nobody cares about those guys since Buckley died, and even CIA Buckley thought Frum was a weasel. Frumm is a proven liar.

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  26. I don't watch CNN (tired of the lies). Many of the people I associate with do not watch CNN. There's also a "boycott CNN" action where I live. I'd be totally surprised if anyone who lived in this town watched CNN.

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  27. How about Wolfe Blitzkreig working for AIPAC? No honorable mention?

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