There’s a life rule I try to abide by; feed what you want to grow, starve what you want to die.
It’s a simple, well-known, universal truth that whatever you put your focus on grows, and whatever you neglect withers and dies. Once you understand this principal, you become very picky about what you focus on. You become intentional about what you give your time and energy to, and equally as intentional about what you starve.
ENTER ANDY AND JAKE
That’s why, last week, when the executive producer of The Ellen Degeneres Show, Andy Lassner, and CNN’s Jake Tapper used their collective reach to take 30 seconds of an hour and a half interview I did out of context in order to smear me and grossly misinform as many people as possible, my instinct was, of course, not to respond.
My instinct was to starve it. I don’t want to start a war with Jake Tapper or Andy Lassner, cause frankly, I don’t care about people like them; entitled elites, clinging to the bones of a dying world.
They must realize how many of us view them, for good reason, as nothing more than establishment drones, a couple of lackey Agent Smiths.
To anyone who’s been paying attention AT ALL over the last couple of years one thing is very clear; guys like Andy Lassner and Jake Wikileaks Tapper are not the future.
The future belongs to those who refuse to sell their soul, those who refuse to feed the eye, those thinking original thoughts, asking questions, researching, speaking the truth, and encouraging others to do the same. Those who aren’t merely foreground shills for something else.
When I look at them I see ignorant wizards, who never leave the city of Oz, working furiously behind a curtain that’s already been pulled back. Nothing is sillier or more pathetic.
The Twittersphere they roam in is replete with Harvey Weinstein enablers, pedophile island visitors, and people anxiously awaiting Kim Kardashians next contour kit. Basically, those who are asleep, and the soulless monsters who exploit them – not exactly the saviors of the human race.
But, as much as I hate to feed this beast, it’s a good opportunity to educate not just the arrogant, ignorant likes of Lassner and Tapper, but any lost sleeping souls who actually still listen to them. Did they come after me because I’m over the target? Are they trying to make a joke out of this because it’s true? You decide.
JAKE THE PUPPET MAN
I sometimes forget that there are people who still don’t know how Wikileaks revealed that Jake Tapper is a puppet of the power establishment. This is the same power establishment that started all our wars, rigged the election against Bernie Sanders, and still somehow managed to lose the technology to go to the moon. I may not have as much money as you, Tapper, but at least I don’t carry water for those dickheads.
“Tapper and DNC staff discussed in emails:
“If we want to offer Jake Tapper questions to ask us”
After Tapper’s producer Jason Seher asked what DNC Hispanic Media Director Pablo Manriquez wanted to talk about on the show.
The rhetoric among DNC staff makes it seem as though it was a standard procedure to write their own questions for CNN interviews.
In another email between Jason Seher and Miranda of the DNC, Seher wrote:
“Thanks for facilitating Luis coming on today, and bear with us through the meelee of GOP nonsense and cancellations and all that. Any particular points he’ll want to make? We’re gonna stay Dem focused.”
Hmmm, that doesn’t seem very fair and balanced, and it doesn’t remotely resemble journalism. Jake, for his part, didn’t think he did anything wrong when the justifiable outrage ensued following the leaks.
In his defense, it’s been a while since we’ve had real journalism in America. Maybe he doesn’t even know what his job is supposed to be. Journalists aren’t supposed to collude with politicians. They aren’t supposed to get questions from the people they’re interviewing – that’s called PR sweetie.
It’s a matter of public record that since the early 50’s the media as we’ve known it has been a farce. Here are 50 facts every American should know about that. The most important connection to understand is that between the media and the C.I.A. (Jake, this next part’s for you).
The C.I.A and The Media
History lesson: After leaving the Washington Post, Carl Bernstein spent six months looking at the relationship between the CIA and the media. In his scathing 25,000-word cover story, published in 1977 in Rolling Stone, “The CIA and the Media,” Bernstein wrote that by 1953, CIA Director Allen Dulles already oversaw the vast majority of the American media network.
By all academic and investigative accounts that nefarious relationship has gotten stronger every decade since, as the line between what is entertainment and what is media has become more blurred. Enter Ellen Degeneres, and, of course, our good buddy her long-time Executive Producer, Andy Lassner.
Emails Expose Ellen as Willing State Department Puppet
I hate to have to put all this in one simple, easy-to-read blog, and honestly had no plans on focusing on Ellen specifically. So, Ellen, you have pompous Twitter bully Andy Lassner to thank for the following expose’.
A leaked 2009 memo in an email exchange with then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton singled out The Ellen Degeneres Show which could be used to “amplify and deliver messages that advance policymaking.”
The memo stated that Ellen DeGeneres is willing to use her platform to promote the agenda of the State Department.
The email was part of a batch of State emails released in response to a Judicial Watch lawsuit.
The State Department memo highlighted the importance of ‘using shows like Ellen’ to ‘push government agendas’ as opposed to more political news outlets, writing:
“These outlets can create vital support for official policy or pending legislation among key domestic constituency groups but also create momentum for policy abroad. As the media environment continues to become more and more globally interconnected, it will be critical for the leadership of the State Department to leverage these media opportunities to amplify and deliver messages that advance policymaking.”
In another leaked official State Department exchange, a top government aide and the Secretary of State discuss Ellen Degeneres’ quote, “willingness to do whatever we ask.”
So, to recap, Ellen Degeneres is willing to covertly push official government foreign policy under the guise of a silly, non-threatening morning talk show. If that’s not the definition of a government asset I am not sure what is?
It should be noted, the most common, official CIA cover, is provided by the State Department. Their relationship is a tangled one, to say the least.
In an excerpt from the 1988 winter edition of Foreign Affairs, they admit:
“Over the years, public views of the Central Intelligence Agency and its role in American foreign policy have been shaped primarily by movies, television, novels, newspapers, books by journalists, headlines growing out of congressional inquiries, exposés by former intelligence officers, and essays by experts.”
The edition goes on to discuss how the CIA is said to be an “invisible government,” and how broad questions exist about the proper relationship between the intelligence service and policymakers (such as in the State Department). It raises questions of whether the CIA slants or “cooks” its intelligence analysis to support covert actions or policy, and of the degree to which policymakers or their staffs selectively use—and abuse—intelligence to persuade superiors, Congress or the public.
To reiterate what we learned above, Ellen Degeneres is willing to covertly push official government foreign policy under the guise of a silly, non-threatening morning talk show.
Also, interestingly, Sony is the company that distributes The Ellen Degeneres Show.
If you were getting your news from Jake Tapper in the fallout during the Sony hacks you probably have no idea the incredible bombshells that were revealed, notably among them is the tight link between Sony and, you guessed it, the government. Specifically the CIA/State Department.
“The work publicly known from Sony is to produce entertainment; however, The Sony Archives show that behind the scenes this is an influential corporation, with ties to the White House (there are almost 100 US government email addresses in the archive), with an ability to impact laws and policies, and with connections to the US military-industrial complex.” – Julian Assange
I strongly urge everyone to read Julian Assange’s press release regarding the Sony Hack and search (at the flagged emails therein). Go see and read it all for yourself. Below are a couple of examples.
Here we have the Undersecretary of the State Department asking the CEO of Sony who he can see [in the entertainment world] while he’s in New York, regarding anti-Russian messaging, and also anti-ISIL messaging.
And here we have the State Department Undersecretary discussing again with CEO Michael Lynton what Hollywood writers and actors the government could tap to covertly push their agenda. Among the names that rolled easily off collective Sony’s tongue were George Clooney, Kerry Washington, Julia Louis Dreyfus, Aaron Sorkin (writer of CIA propaganda films such as The Social Network), Shonda Rhimes, and Ben Affleck and Matt Damon among others.
Is it starting to make sense why when Trump Jr. made an offhand comment about “Ellen being deep state” the collective force of the machine came down on him?
ELLEN & THE C.I.A.
If you’ve been following me for a while you know one of the main things I speak out about is the Pentagon/D.O.D./C.I.A. infiltration of Hollywood.
If you’ve been reading and paying attention to all the documents released through leaks or FOIA over the last 5 years, you know that the CIA actively promotes a desirable public image of its history and function by advising the production of Hollywood vehicles, such as Argo and Zero Dark Thirty to name just 2 of thousands of examples. You know that the Agency retains “entertainment industry liaison officers” on its staff that “plant positive images about itself (in other words, propaganda) through our most popular forms of entertainment,” Tom Hayden explains in the LA Review of Books. “So natural has the CIA–entertainment connection become that few question its legal or moral ramifications.
Here you can read the CIA’s own CIA-OIG-Entertainment Industry Report, which states the many dubious legal and ethical problems with this relationship and goes into detail about the lack of appropriateness with which it is handled.
This is a government agency like no other; the truth of its operations is not subject to public examination. When the CIA’s hidden persuaders influence a Hollywood movie, it is using a popular medium to spin as favorable an image of itself as possible, or at least, prevent an unfavorable one from taking hold.” Tom Hayden, “Review of The CIA in Hollywood: How the Agency Shapes Film and Television by Tricia Jenkins.”
In a quick search of FOIA documents regarding the Pentagon/D.O.D./C.I.A involvement with Hollywood, the Ellen Degeneres Show comes up with remarkable frequency.
Here’s just one example:
Didn’t you realize that keeping American’s consenting to war and emotionally manipulated enough to never question why it is we’re fighting in the first place was all in a days work for America’s silliest chat host?
Alright then, moving on. Yes. There’s more, LOTS more!
Remember that time British intelligence agencies, in association with the Pentagon and C.I.A., inserted Ellen’s cupcake recipes into a jihad magazine? Haha lol isn’t that hilarious and totally random!
Yes, this actually happened. No, I’m not kidding.
There is a close, well-documented history of cooperation (read covert oneness) between MI6, GCHQ and CIA. The shadowy inner workings of that vast global spook network are on full display in this bizarre tale about how, in 2011, intelligence operatives replaced bomb-making instruction in an al-Qaeda online magazine with a cupcake recipe from, of all the places in the entire internet, Ellen Degeneres’ website.
CIA & ELLEN: TWITTER BFFs
There’s a pesky, persistent rumor that Ellen Degeneres is not a very nice person in real life. I know, I know, it’s impossible to fathom cause she’s so sweet on TV. But, say what you want about her, she was the first star to welcome the CIA to Twitter when the agency joined (officially) in 2014. It’s a well known fact that Ellen is one of the biggest and most influential accounts on the website. And a well documented truth that the CIA has a PR problem, to say the least. But I’m sure this wasn’t orchestrated or anything (heart emoji).
The C.I.A. are so cool, and harmless, and hip, they’re palling around with Ellen on Twitter! It could almost make an American forget all about things like Iran-Contra, Gary Webb, Operation Condor, Operation Gladio, Montauk, and the untold number of other human atrocities committed by them with our money and in our name under their demonic cloak of darkness.
The CIA has long been fond of this form of mind control. NLP uses words to induce a hypnotic state and make people more suggestible.
They’ve been studying it, using and teaching it to their agents for decades.
You’ve probably never heard of it because you’re not trying to control people’s minds, like say the CIA. Nor are you trying to assist in controlling people’s minds, like say a talk show host with 74 million Twitter followers. Speaking of Ellen, you know who else is a self-professed NLP devotee?
Why, it’s Ellen of course!
AMAZON, CIA, JEFF BEZOS AND, WAIT FOR IT… ELLEN!
If there is an American who isn’t aware of the terrifying link between Amazon and the C.I.A., if this is the only thing you take away from this article, dear God I’m glad you’re here.
Back in 2014 Amazon signed a $600 million contract with, you guessed it, the C.I.A. “Amazon now has the means, motive and opportunity to provide huge amounts of customer information to its new business partner, we look forward to a successful relationship with the C.I.A.”
Apparently the CIA agrees. The agency gave Amazon the contract for $600 million even though it wasn’t the lowest bid.
Amazon’s trajectory into the CIA’s spooky arms may be a bit more than just corporate eagerness to land a lucrative contract. In late 2010 — amid intense public interest in documents that WikiLeaks was posting to illuminate U.S. actions overseas — Amazon took a notable step. As the Guardian reported at the time, Amazon “pulled the plug on hosting the whistleblowing website in reaction to heavy political pressure.”
It didn’t take much for Amazon to cave. “The company announced it was cutting WikiLeaks off … only 24 hours after being contacted by the staff of Joe Lieberman, chairman of the Senate’s committee on homeland security,” the Guardian noted.
In view of Amazon’s eagerness to dump the WikiLeaks site at the behest of U.S. government officials, what else might the Amazon hierarchy be willing to do? Amazon maintains a humongous trove of detailed information about hundreds of millions of people. Are we to believe that the CIA and other intelligence agencies have no interest in Amazon’s data?
So, where does Ellen fit into all this?
Well, wouldn’t you know it, every time Amazon comes out with a new 4th amendment crushing C.I.A. wiretap device, I mean Alexa product, America’s favorite comedian host seems to do a silly and always ultimately reassuring plug for the gadget.
Gosh, it’s almost like Ellen works for Amazon…er the CIA…or whatever….
But seriously, aren’t all those bits just adorable?!!! They really do a lot to put one’s guard down about having a listening device in every room of your house that connects to a CIA cloud! I can almost hear it, “Great work Ellen! The Agency thanks you!”
ELLEN DOES VEGAS
Did you know Ellen owns slot machines in a Vegas hotel! Which hotel you ask?
The Mandalay Bay of course!
Now let’s not forget the Vegas shooting (even though the police and FBI certainly have and would like us to). Remember how the only witness to have interacted with the alleged shooter, C.I.A. linked Stephen Paddock, just did that one interview, on Ellen?
Well the Daily Mail later confirmed the parent company of Mandalay Bay, MGM Inc., controlled the one-and-only media appearance in what was a well scripted presentation.
(Via Daily Mail) Mandalay Bay shooting hero Jesus Campos was pressured into giving his only interview to Ellen DeGeneres
‘MGM was behind the decision to call off all the interviews and did a deal with Ellen, knowing she would not play hardball on the timeline as long as she had the exclusive,’ a TV insider told DailyMail.com.
It was also reported that Ellen producer (I’m looking at you Lassner) was mum on how they landed the Campos interview. Yeah, I bet he was.
“On Oct. 2, DeGeneres was among the first celebrities to tweet a link to the victims’ fund set up by Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak, asking her 74 million followers to donate. Wednesday’s show also included a plug for ways to help the shooting victims.
“We of course wanted to give you money,” DeGeneres told Campos and Schuck at the end of their appearance. “And you both were very, very specific. You said you don’t want money, you don’t want money at all. So you’re not getting any money.”
Instead, she told Schuck that the NFL would fly him to to see his favorite team, the Indianapolis Colts, and provide him with VIP tickets.
For his participation, Campos was given season tickets for the Raiders’ first year in Las Vegas by Shutterfly, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show’s” philanthropic partner, which also donated $25,000 in Campos’ name to the fund started by Sisolak.”
Here’s a homework assignment, who owns MGM Resorts International? What are their connections and affiliations to the CIA? Who own the Ellen Degeneres show? What are the connections here? What are the implications? It’s all open source.
Make of all this information what you will. I’m not here to tell you what to think about any of it. I’m simply here to pool all this open source information into one place so you can make an informed decision whether you want to watch Ellen’s show.
Which reminds me, via Andy Lassner’s Wikipedia page:
So, in Bogota Columbia, at the height of the CIA’s involvement in that country, a foreign language expert and a US military personnel, employed by Seagrams (cough cough Bronfman, cough cough Wexner, cough cough Epstein, cough cough intelligence asset), gave birth to our friend Andy Lassner.
It’s all good. It could be nothing. I’m sure it’s probably nothing.
Honestly, Andy likely doesn’t even realize how suspicious his own birth looks to those of us who actually read things other than the Huffington Post.
At any rate, I’ve taken the liberty of filing a FOIA request with the CIA Entertainment Liaisons Office for all information having to do with Ellen Degeneres and The Ellen Degeneres Show. Such a request, to my knowledge, has never been filed before. So, stay tuned! This shit’s getting exciting!
Given all the above, I think it’s safe to admit Ellen is not exactly what we’ve been lead to believe.
But hey, don’t take my word for it. Look what the Hollywood Reporter said on the subject:
“When Ellen came out on April 30, 1997, an internal computer bulletin board system at the CIA lit up…” (did they say an ‘internal computer bulletin board system at the CIA,’ that’s fucking weird) “who knew the nation’s spies were paying such attention to a sitcom star?” (here’s where I raise my hand) “But they were – national icons are national assets, after all.”
Really starts to make you wonder about all of them, doesn’t it?
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