We constantly hear that the media is leftist, liberal, and progressive, but what does that mean? It means they are Communist.
In 1958, Cleon Skousen, a former FBI agent, police chief, and university professor, wrote a book, The Naked Communist, based on his knowledge of Communist writings, and of their activities, through FBI informants. That book contained a list of 45 Communist goals for their plan for America to slide into Socialism as part of the Communist strategy to take over the world. On January 10, 1963, Congressman Albert S. Herlong Jr., of Florida, read the list of these Communist goals into the Congressional Record.
Three of the communism goals directly involve taking over the media:
#20 Infiltrate the press. get control of book-review assignments, editorial writing, policy-making positions.
#21 Gain control of key positions in radio, tv, and motion pictures.
#25 Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and tv.
Do you think they have accomplished these goals?
The current generation wouldn’t understand goal #25, because they don’t know what it was like to not have these influences everywhere.
Antonio Gramsci was an Italian Marxist and known for his theory of cultural hegemony, which describes how states use cultural institutions to maintain power in capitalist societies. He believed that in America, once the culture and morality had been destroyed, then the Communist takeover could move forward.
In 1963, the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) was founded as a far left think tank that follows Marxist philosophy. The Communist-influenced IPS is the ideas factory for the “Progressives” movement and for the Democratic party, which has been infiltrated and usurped by liberals.
According to Norman Mattoon Thomas, a pacifist who ran for president six times between 1928 and 1948 under the Socialist Party of America banner, “The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.” In a 1948 interview, Thomas said he was retiring from American politics because both the Democratic and Republican parties had adopted every plank of the Socialists’ platform and there was no longer a need for the alternative Socialist Party.”
When we think of the media, we typically think the media is comprised of numerous companies. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. In fact, there are only five giant corporations that control 90 percent of U. S. mass media, and direct links connect all five of these media conglomerates to the political establishment and the economic and political power-elites of the United States.
These five conglomerates are Time Warner, Disney, Murdochs’ News Corporation, Bertelsmann of Germany, and Viacom (formerly CBS). They control all forms of media, including most of the newspapers, magazines, books, radio and TV stations, movie studios, and much of the web news content of the United States. These conglomerates are constantly brainwashing the public with the government’s social, political, economic, and moral values to control the masses.
For example, News Corp owns Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, Barrons weekly, the London Times, the New York Post, and hundreds of other large and small city and community newspapers, magazines, and internet properties. Time-Warner owns Time Magazine, Fortune Magazine, People Magazine, Sports Illustrated, CNN news group, Turner networks and movies, Warner Brothers films, DC Comics, Times online systems, and much more. Disney owns ABC Television, magazine publishing business, Disney Films, Lucas Films, Marvel Comics, and a huge number of other media and entertainment enterprises.
All five of these major media conglomerates are corporate members of the Council on Foreign Relations, whose goal is to destroy the sovereignty of the United States to implement New World Order (one world government).
These conglomerates are themselves giant corporations, and among the largest in the world. They contribute to both Republican and Democrat politicians. A result of these political donations has been that laws were changed to significantly deregulate the media, which resulted in ever greater media ownership concentration, culminating for the first time in allowing all the media in a community or city to be owned by one company.
How might these cozy relationships work in the real world? Perhaps one day the government decides that a U. S.-supported and unelected government was no longer of any use to the U. S. government. The U. S. government would then begin making statements that this unelected government is “‘undemocratic,” a “human rights violator,” a “failed state,”and “‘there must be ‘regime change’ to ‘protect the citizens of that country.” Next, the media conglomerates would complete the brainwashing by discovering the reality – which had been hiding in plain sight – that “fascist or extreme-right forces are part of the coup-imposed government,” that there is a “history of anti-Semitism,” and “murders of ethnic-minorities,” and conclude that the U. S. government is right and a humanitarian intervention to remove the government of a foreign country is required.
Think this is far-fetched? This is what happened to the tyrannical reign of Saddam Hussein in Iraq. For decades he was praised by U. S. officials as a “stalwart ally” and sent billions of dollars in military aid, and the mainstream media conglomerates propagandized the American people into thinking it was the right thing to do. Then, the U. S. government decided he was a “ruthless killer,” and possessed “weapons of mass destruction” aimed at the U. S., and the U. S. needed to invade a sovereign nation in 1990 to eliminate him. The dutiful mainstream media followed along and brainwashed the public again. Hussein certainly was a brutal dictator, but the U. S. knew he had chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction when he used them against Iran in 1988, during the eight-year long Iran-Iraq war. The U. S. supported and aided Iraq during the war in many ways, including selling the chemical and biological warfare weapons technology to Iraq!
This is why the alternative media plays such an important role in informing the public about the truth of what is really going on in the world. The U. S. government is trying to get control of the internet so it can control, or shutdown, the 10 percent of the media it doesn’t control. The fact that this is unconstitutional because of the First Amendment is meaningless to them because, if you can get an unconstitutional president elected to office, you can ignore the rest of the Constitution and Congress won’t do a thing about it.
There’s a long history of intermarriage, and potential would-be conflicts, between journalists and politicians, and the Obama Administration has certainly continued that tradition. News organizations say they’ve worked out the conflicts, real or potential, involving their journalists, but can they really be trusted to tell the truth?
At ABC, former ABC News President and current Co-President, Disney/ABC Television Group, Ben Sherwood (a CFR) is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall (CFR), the deputy Secretary of Energy. In addition, veteran reporter Claire Shipman is married to former White House press secretary Jay Carney.
At CBS, news division president David Rhodes, is the brother of Benjamin Rhodes, a key foreign-policy specialist.
At CNN, deputy Washington bureau chief, Virginia Moseley, is married to Tom Nides (CFR), a former deputy secretary of state under Hillary Rodham Clinton.
At NPR, former White House correspondent and current international correspondent, Ari Shapiro, is married to Michael Gottlieb (a CFR), a former special assistant to the president and lawyer in the White House counsel’s office.
Conservatives have suggested that these relationships may play a role in how the media cover Obama, specifically in their supposedly timid approach to reporting on the White House’s handling of the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya. The National Review Online recently claimed that such ties amount to professional incest: “The inbreeding among Obama’s court and its press corps is more like one of those ‘I’m my own grandpaw’ deals,” wrote NRO’s Mark Steyn in a posting titled “Band of Brothers.”
“There is zero evidence, zero, that [Sherwood’s relationship] has had any impact on our coverage,” according to the ABC News’s chief spokesman. He pointed out that ABC was the first mainstream news organization to report that administration officials had altered the White House’s talking points about Benghazi 12 times after the attack. ABC also says that Sherwood doesn’t get involved with any stories dealing with arms control, his sister’s specialty. In addition, ABC says Shipman, a former White House reporter, stopped covering politics in late 2008 after her husband, Carney, left Time magazine to become press secretary for Vice President-elect Joe Biden (a CFR). She’s now the senior national correspondent for “Good Morning, America.”
A CBS News spokeswoman said the Rhodes brothers “have been careful to avoid conflicts of interest for many years,” including 12 years when David Rhodes was a rising star at Fox News Channel and his brother was beginning his career in government (among other jobs, Ben Rhodes worked for Rep. Lee Hamilton (a CFR), an Indiana Democrat, and helped draft the 9/11 Commission report). David Rhodes was vice president of news at Fox during Obama’s 2008 campaign and election when his brother became a speechwriter and later a foreign-policy adviser to Obama (a BB).
CNN said Moseley recuses herself from working on any story about the Benghazi investigation, even though her husband left the State Department in 2013. (Nides, a Clinton confidant, was in charge of the State Department’s internal operations.)
NPR said Shapiro avoided any story in which a member of the White House counsel’s office participated. Also, NPR’s Michele Norris has both recused and removed herself from her job as a result of a conflict. She continued as co-host of “All Things Considered” in 2004 but refrained from reporting on or discussing politics when her husband, Broderick Johnson, went to work for Sen. John Kerry’s (a CFR) presidential campaign that year. In 2008, she stayed on the job and reported on the campaign while Johnson was an unpaid adviser to Obama’s campaign after NPR deemed his status too informal to affect Norris. But she left as host in late 2011 when Johnson joined Obama’s reelection campaign full time, and is now a special correspondent.
Biden’s current communications director, Shailagh Murray (a former Post congressional reporter), is married to Neil King, formerly one of the Wall Street Journal’s top political reporters. The Journal’s Washington bureau chief, said King remains on the political beat but doesn’t write about Biden. “We’re aware of the potential for conflict, and we’ve had a plan to deal with it,” he said. King became the Wall Street Journal’s global economics editor in 2014.
The mainstream media occasionally fabricates news stories to promote government propaganda —
On February 4, 2015, NBC News anchor Brian Williams (a CFR) apologized on air for lying about an experience covering the Iraq War. Now he’s facing scrutiny over his gripping accounts of Hurricane Katrina, the disaster that seemed to exemplify his reporting credentials almost a decade ago.
Williams’ account of seeing a body float by in the French Quarter, which remained largely dry, and even a claim of catching dysentery from drinking Katrina floodwaters have raised eyebrows among bloggers and elsewhere since reports began appearing about his claim that he rode in a helicopter that was downed by a rocket-propelled grenade in Iraq. “I was instead in a following aircraft. We all landed after the ground fire incident and spent two harrowing nights in a sandstorm in the Iraq desert,” Williams said. He painted his earlier description as a “bungled attempt” to thank an Iraq War veteran.
The online feeding frenzy quickly turned to the 55-year-old anchor’s signature assignment: covering Katrina from before it made landfall, when he spent the night of the storm with refuge-seekers in the Superdome and then reported on the harrowing days that followed. “When you look out of your hotel window in the French Quarter and watch a man float by face down, when you see bodies that you last saw in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, and swore to yourself that you would never see in your country,” Williams said in a 2006 interview.
In 2014, in an interview with Tom Brokaw (current CFR board member), the man he replaced in the anchor chair at NBC, Williams said: “My week, two weeks there was not helped by the fact that I accidentally ingested some of the floodwater. I became very sick with dysentery, our hotel was overrun with gangs, I was rescued in the stairwell of a five-star hotel in New Orleans by a young police officer. We are friends to this day. And uh, it just was uh, I look back at total agony.”
But the French Quarter, the original high ground of New Orleans, was not impacted by the floodwaters that overwhelmed the vast majority of the city. A spokesman for NBC did not immediately respond Thursday to questions about those comments, the hotel to which Williams referred, whether Williams stands by the claims or whether the network is reviewing them.
Williams has described his experiences during Katrina as personally transformative, and he has returned to the city and the topic numerous times since. “I saw fear, I saw death, I saw depravity, I saw firearms being brandished, I saw looting,” he told the Los Angeles Times a year after Katrina made landfall.
He also recalled the danger of the moment in a 2007 interview on C-SPAN. “We had to have men with guns behind me one night because I was the only source of light downtown, was the lights that were illuminating the broadcast,” Williams said. “We were told not to drink our bottled water in front of people because we could get killed for it.” Other accounts have Williams curled up in the fetal position between his on-air reports from a bad bout with dysentery.
A spokeswoman from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals said dysentery is not one of the reportable diseases the agency tracks but that contaminated water sources are possible “transmission points” for dysentery. Dr. Brobson Lutz, a former city health director who manned an EMS trailer that was set up in the 900 block of Dumaine Street, a block from his house in the French Quarter, said he was a fan of Williams but dubious of his claims. “We were never wet. It was never wet,” he remarked of the conditions in the city’s most historic neighborhood. As for dysentery, “I saw a lot of people with cuts and bruises and such, but I don’t recall a single, solitary case of gastroenteritis during Katrina or in the whole month afterward,” Lutz said. As for Williams saying he accidentally drank floodwaters, Lutz added, “I don’t know anybody that’s tried that to see, but my dogs drank it, and they didn’t have any problems.”
In his interview last year, Brokaw praised Williams, saying that with his reporting during Katrina, Williams “took ownership, if you will, of the anchor chair” following a longtime stint as Brokaw’s understudy.
Four weeks after the storm, the Times-Picayune published an article noting that many of the most shocking stories that had been reported by media outlets across the world — reports of widespread violence and babies being killed, raped or trampled — had no apparent basis in fact.
Blogger Michelle Malkin remembered comments Williams made about bloggers during a 2007 lecture at NYU’s journalism school:
After years of experience in the news business, Williams said he has developed his own “strong BS meter” — he can watch the local news in any city in this country and tell you which anchors went out to dinner that night instead of staying and writing between the 6 o’clock and 11 o’clock news. Williams also said he can tell which anchors write their own copy and who’s just reading whatever pops up on the teleprompter. On The Nightly News, Williams reviews every word of the copy before it goes on the teleprompter. “Any time I’ve kicked a word, it’s because I’ve never seen it before,” Williams said.
The Nightly News attracts between 10 and 11 million viewers each night. But the playing field for prime-time nightly news is in constant motion, with NBC, CBS, and ABC jockeying for the top slot in the ratings game. The tremendous growth of online media — especially blogs — in recent years has altered the face of journalism.
“You’re going to be up against people who have an opinion, a modem, and a bathrobe,” said Williams. “All of my life, developing credentials to cover my field of work, and now I’m up against a guy named Vinny in an efficiency apartment in the Bronx who hasn’t left the efficiency apartment in two years.”
He added that it’s often difficult to judge the credibility of a blogger. “On the Internet, no one knows if you’ve been to Ramadi or you’ve just been to Brooklyn and have an opinion about Ramadi,” said Williams.
Is Williams implying that it’s easy to judge the credibility of the news on television? What about Anderson Cooper’s disappearing nose during a CNN broadcast from a Sandy Hook funeral? Or a “live” CNN report during the Gulf War that was clearly filmed in a studio, among other incidents? The 1997 movie Wag the Dog is an excellent example of how easy it is to fake the news on television. A clip of the movie is included in the comments in the link to the article about Anderson Cooper.
Fox News does stories on the global warming hoax, but only enough to keep their audience, according to the Founder/President/CEO of News Corp., parent corporation of Fox News, Rupert Murdoch (a CFR). Murdoch has admitted in video press releases that Fox News does some of that type of reporting, but it is balanced out with their other entertainment lines in a unified message that global warming is real and carbon taxes are needed. There are also numerous clips of Fox promoting global government. In addition, there is 2007 footage of Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly saying that having children is what’s making the earth sick, and restricting having children is what’s needed. She has three children.
On the internet, it’s about to become easier to block information that doesn’t support the government’s lies, such as alternative media sites and conservative sites.
Currently, search engines use a system of reputation across the web by ranking websites that show up in search results by the number of incoming links. Google has decided this isn’t working, so they are developing a system that will rank websites according to trustworthiness, meaning how accurate the information is on a website. The software works by tapping into the Knowledge Vault, the vast store of facts that Google has pulled off the internet. Facts the web unanimously agrees on are considered a reasonable proxy for truth. Web pages that contain contradictory information are bumped down the rankings.
“Facts the web unanimously agrees on?” Does everyone agree on any one fact, ever? What if no fact can be found that the web unanimously agrees on? Will Eric Schmidt decide what is fact and what isn’t?
Eric Schmidt (BB, CFR), the executive chairman of Google, is a globalist that believes man will merge with machines in about 10 years to achieve immortality. Does that sound like someone that can make rational decisions about the trustworthiness of websites?
If a pesky law is interfering with your treasonous plans, just change it —
The Smith-Mundt Act of 1948 made it illegal for the U. S. State Department to share domestically the internally-authored news stories sent to American-operated outlets broadcasting around the globe, ensuring that government-made media intended for foreign audiences didn’t end up on radio networks broadcast within the United States.
The Smith-Mundt Act, passed as the national security state was forming in 1948, authorized the State Department to unleash a tidal wave of propaganda outside the United States while supposedly forbidding its dissemination inside the country. The law set the stage for Frank Wisner, who headed up the CIA’s covert action division in the early 1950s, to build his “mighty Wurlitzer,” described by none other than the New York Times as “the means for orchestrating, in almost any language anywhere in the world, whatever tune the CIA was in the mood to hear.”
In the years since, the establishment media has worked hand in glove with the CIA. This cozy relationship was revealed by Frank Church (CFR) and the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities in 1975 and, a few years later, by reporter Carl Bernstein.
“Among the chief executives who helped the CIA were William Paley (CFR) of CBS, Henry Luce (BB, CFR) of Time, Arthur Sulzberger (BB, CFR) of the New York Times, Barry Bingham Sr. of the Louisville Courier-Journal, and James Copley of the Copley News Service,” write Amy Goodman and David Goodman in Unreality TV, The Mighty Wurlitzer, Hijacking Public Media, a chapter from the book Static: Government Liars, Media Cheerleaders, and the People Who Fight Back. “The leading TV networks, including ABC and NBC, and the wire services-AP, UPI, Reuters, along with Hearst Newspapers, Scripps Howard, Newsweek, the Miami Herald, and the Saturday Evening Post all had dealings with the spy agency. The CIA’s most valuable associations were with the New York Times, CBS, and Time Inc.”
This media penetration by the CIA is not merely a baseless conspiracy theory as some might argue, but is backed up by CIA office memos released under FOIA revealing the placement of “important assets” inside every major news organization in the country. “It was not until 1982 that the Agency openly admitted that reporters on the CIA payroll have acted as case officers to agents in the field,” writes Alex Constantine.
“Most consumers of the corporate media were – and are – unaware of the effect that the salting of public opinion has on their own beliefs,” Constantine continues. “A network anchorman in time of national crisis is an instrument of psychological warfare in the MOCKINGBIRD media. He is a creature from the national security sector’s chamber of horrors. For this reason consumers of the corporate press have reason to examine their basic beliefs about government and life in the parallel universe of these United States.”
Despite the promise of the Smith-Mundt Act, that a firewall stands between foreign and domestic propaganda, the CIA, the bastard child of Wall Street lawyers, has never honored its charter (prohibiting domestic operation) and has consistently utilized the corporate media as a propaganda machine.
Enactment of the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act underscores the fact the CIA no longer pretends to honor its charter and refrains from flooding the media with government propaganda. “The evaporation of Smith-Mundt and other provisions to safeguard U.S. citizens against government propaganda campaigns is part of a larger trend within the diplomatic and military establishment,” ace reporter Michael Hastings wrote in May, 2012, more than a year before his assassination.
In fact, this “larger trend” has been in effect since the imposition of the National Security Act in 1947 and the establishment of the National Security Council, the principal forum used by the financial elite and their intelligence apparatus to dictate policy to the president of the United States and the State Department. How do they do this? In 2009, then National Security Advisor to the president, Gen. James Jones (BB), said in a speech, “As the most recent National Security Advisor of the United States, I take my daily orders from Dr. Kissinger (BB, CFR, TC), filtered down through Generaal Brent Scowcroft (CFR) and Sandy Berger (CFR), who is also here. We have a chain of command in the National Security Council that exists today.”
An amendment tagged onto the National Defense Authorization Act removed that prohibition in January 2013, and on July 2, 2013, the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012 went into effect, allowing the CIA to flood America with more government propaganda. This happened when the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) was given permission to let U. S. households tune-in to hear the type of programming that has previously only been allowed in foreign countries.
The BBG is the independent government agency that broadcasts Voice of America, Radio Free Europe, and other networks created “to inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy.” Critics of the new law say the United States government was given the green-light to use propaganda made for foreign audiences on the American public.
According to a Buzzfeed article published in July 2013 by late journalist Michael Hastings (who was working on a story about the CIA, was being investigated by the FBI, and had contacted a Wikileaks lawyer a couple of hours before he was murdered) created controversy for Reps. Mac Thornberry (R-TX) (CFR) and Adam Smith (D-WA), who made the changes to the Act, saying their bill would modify “a Cold War-era law that hampers diplomatic, defense and other agencies’ ability to communicate in the twenty-first century.” The lawmakers were forced to quickly diffuse critics who said their bill made it so that the government could effectuate propaganda on its own public.
“The idea that the State Department could be so effective as to impact domestic politics is just silly,” Thornberry told Foreign Policy in 2012. “This gives Americans the chance to see what the State Department is saying to people all over the world,” he insisted. In reality, he’s half right. Thinking the State Department can be effective does require an imagination. However, impacting domestic politics is a given, since the State Department policies are created by the Council on Foreign Relations, according to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and a significant number of CFR members work at the State Department, including the co-chairman of the CFR.
Weighing in to Foreign Policy in 2013, a BBG spokeswoman said that the maneuver is nothing more than to show Americans how their money is being spent abroad. “Now Americans will be able to know more about what they are paying for with their tax dollars – greater transparency is a win-win for all involved,” she said. In the wake of others comments, though, and the actual text of the legislation itself, critics can’t help but suggest that the latest amendment courtesy of Smith and Thornberry opened the door for the use of propaganda to persuade the American public at a time when the popularity of both Congress and the president are lower than what either would prefer.
According to a document from the Office of the Federal Register, the Smith-Thornberry act “does not require or prompt the public to take any action; rather, it functions to relieve the prohibition that prevented the Agency from responding to requests for program materials from the U. S. public, U. S. media entities or other U. S. organizations . . .This rule benefits the public, media, and other organizations by allowing them to request and access BBG program materials, which previously could not be disseminated within the U. S.,” it reads.
The rule applies only to media published by the State Department and does not involve any initiatives created or funded through the Pentagon.
Some of the NWO members that have infiltrated the media —
|Media Organization||Job Title||Name||Bilderberg Group||Council On Foreign Relations||Trilateral Commission||Comments|
|Some of the current members of the media:|
|ABC News||Anchor||George Stephanopoulos||Yes||Former White House Communications Director for President Clinton|
|Medical correspondent||Dr. Richard Besser||Yes|
|ABC-Disney Television Group||President||Ben Sherwood||Yes||Also co-chairman of Disney Media Networks; brother of Deputy Energy Secretary Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall|
|Al Jazeera America||Host||Ali Velshi||Yes|
|Atlantic Media Company||Chairman||David G. Bradley||Yes||Member of the Board of Directors of the CFR|
|America Abroad Media||Supports the New World Order|
|Bloomberg L.P., including News||Columnist||Amity Shlaes||Yes|
|Founder||Michael R. Bloomberg||Yes||Former Mayor of New York City|
|The Boston Globe||Columnist||Liz Rosenberg||Yes|
|Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists online magazine||Supports the New World Order|
|CBS||Co-anchor||Charlie Rose||Yes||Yes||Also on PBS|
|Corporate director||Joseph A. Califano, Jr.||Yes|
|William S. Cohen||Yes|
|Journalist||Bob Schieffer||Yes||Moderator of Face the Nation|
|Medical correspondent||Sanjay Gupta||Yes||Also on CNN|
|President and CEO||Les Moonves||Yes|
|The Chicago Sun Times||Supports the New World Order|
|Commentary Magazine||Editor||Norman Podhoretz||Yes|
|Commentator||Wesley Clark||Yes||Retired U. S. Army 4-star general|
|David Gergen||Yes||Yes||Worked in several presidential administrations|
|Jeffrey Toobin||Yes||Son of Marlene Sanders, formerly of ABC|
|Correspondent||Jill Dougherty||Yes||Also a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government|
|Executive Vice President and Managing Editor of CNN Worldwide||Mark Whitaker||Yes|
|Host||Fareed Zakaria||Yes||Yes||Member of the Board of Directors of the CFR|
|Medical Adviser||Sanjay Gupta||Yes||Also on CBS|
|National security analyst||Peter Bergen||Yes|
|National security contributor||Frances Townsend||Yes||Yes||Former Assistant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and Chair, Homeland Security Council|
|Dallas Morning News||Contributing|
|Foreign Affairs Magazine of the Council on Foreign Relations||Supports the New World Order|
|Foreign Policy Magazine||Supports the New World Order|
|FOX News (News Corp)||Anchor||Heather Nauert||Yes|
|CEO (FOX News)||Roger Ailes||Yes|
|Charles Krauthammer||Yes||Yes||Also a Washington Post columnist|
|Marc A. Thiessen||Yes||Speechwriter for President Bush from 2004 - 2009|
|Evan Bayh||Yes||Former U. S. Senator from Indiana, and former Indiana Governor|
|John R. Bolton||Yes||Former U. S. Ambassador to the UN, and former Undersecretary of State|
|Michael O'Hanlon||Yes||Senior Fellow and co-director with the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and Director of Research for the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution|
|Dan Senor||Yes||Former presidential adviser (President Bush)|
|Paul Gigot||Yes||Host of the Journal Editorial
Report, and editor of the Wall Street Journal
|Military Analyst||John M. "Jack" Keane||Yes||Yes||Retired U. S. Army four-star general|
|Harpo Inc.||Founder||Oprah Winfrey||Yes|
|The Hill||Blogger||William H. "Bill" Pressman||Yes|
|The Huffington Post||Blogger||William H. "Bill" Pressman||Yes|
|The Jerusalem Post||Supports the New World Order|
|The London Daily Telegraph||Supports the New World Order|
|MSNBC and||Anchor||Andrea Mitchell||Yes||Married to former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan|
|NBC News||Brian Williams||Yes||Currently on suspension for lying about stories he reported on|
|Co-host||Mika Brzezinski||Yes||Daughter of Zbigniew Brzenski, co-founder of the Trilateral Commission|
|Harold E. Ford, Jr.||Yes||Former U. S. Rep. from Tennessee|
|Military Analyst||Montgomery C. Meigs||Yes||Retired U. S. Army 4-star general|
|Barry R. McCaffrey||Yes||Retired U. S. Army 4-star general|
|Political Analyst||Jonathan H. Alter||Yes|
|Special Correspondent||Tom Brokaw||Yes||Member of the Board of Directors for the CFR|
|The Nation||Editor||Katrina vanden Heuvel||Yes|
|The National Interest Magazine||Supports the New World Order|
|The National Press Club||Supports the New World Order|
|National Review Magazine||Supports the New World Order|
|The New York Times||Business journalist||Andrew Ross Sorkin||Yes||Also appears on CNBC|
|Paul R. Krugman||Yes||Also an Economist|
|Columnist, Op-Ed||David Brooks||Yes|
|Deputy Foreign Editor||Ethan Bronner||Yes|
|Newspaper Association of America||Supports the New World Order|
|Newsweek||Supports the New World Order|
|Journalist||Charlie Rose||Yes||Yes||Also on CBS|
|Public Commentator||Bill Moyers||Yes||Yes|
|Senior Correspondent||Margaret G. Warner||Yes|
|The Sydney Morning Herald||Supports the New World Order|
|Time Magazine||Columnist||Joe Klein||Yes|
|Executive Editor||Michael Duffy||Yes|
|Time Warner President and CEO||Jeffrey Bewkes||Yes|
|U.S. News & World Report||Supports the New World Order|
|U.S. News & World Report||Chairman and Editor-in-Chief||Mort Zuckerman||Yes|
|The Wall Street Journal||Supports the New World Order|
|Wall Street Journal||Columnist||Peggy Noonan||Yes||Yes|
|Washington Bureau Chief||Gerald Seib||Yes|
|The Washington Post Company||Supports the New World Order|
|Washington Post||Columnist||David Ignatius||Yes|
|The Weekly Standard||Supports the New World Order|
|Weekly Standard||Founder and Editor||William Kristol||Yes|
|Yahoo||News and finance anchor||Bianna Golodryga||Yes||Married to Peter Orszag, former Director of the Office of Management and Budget for the Obama Administration|
|Some of the Hollywood connection members:|
|Angelina Jolie||Yes||UN Goodwill Ambassador|
|Ron Silver||Yes||Co-founded One Jerusalem|
|Fred Thompson||Yes||Former U. S. Senator and presidential candidate|
|Television Producer||Nigel Lythgoe||Yes|
|Endeavor Agency (a talent agency)||Head||Ari Emanuel||Yes||Brother to Rahm Emanuel, mayor of Chicago; brother to Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, architect of Obamacare|
|Universal Music Group||President||David Geffen||Yes|
|Some of the former media members:|
|Former Actress||Shirley Temple||Yes||Yes||Former U. S. Ambassador|
|Former journalist||Rowland Evans||Yes|
|Warren Hoge||Yes||Formerly of the New York Times|
|Irving Kristol||Yes||Known as "The godfather of neoconservatism"|
|CBS||Former Anchor||Bernard Kalb||Yes|
|Former correspondent||Marlene Sanders||Yes||Mother of Jeffrey Toobin of CNN|
|Former Financial Journalist||Jane Bryant Quinn||Yes||Helped develop Quicken Financial Planner software program|
|CNN||Former Anchor||Paula Zahn||Yes||Also was at Fox News|
|Former Co-host||William H. "Bill" Pressman||Yes||Was also on MSNBC|
|Former Correspondent||Aneesh Raman||Yes||Former speechwriter for President Obama and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner|
|International Herald Tribune||Former chairman and CEO||Peter C. Goldmark, Jr.||Yes||Former director of the Environmental Defense Fund’s climate and air program; former president of the Rockefeller Foundation|
|National Review||Founder||William F. Buckley, Jr||Yes||Also the former Publisher and commentator|
Source Materials —
James C. Bowers, The Naked Truth — The Named Communist – Revisited (Schwarz Report Press, 2011)
Jim Marrs, The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy (Harper, 2011)