By Catherine Austin Fitts
“You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month.”
We tend to think of various intelligence and media agencies as organizations that cooperate. However, the relationships are much closer and more intimate. We are looking at deep, long standing and financially profitable partnerships that create a matrix reality that entrains you.
It has nothing, absolutely nothing, to do with bringing you the news or protecting your rights and assets as a citizen.
This is a theme explored in the latest movie Kill the Messenger about the CIA-Washington Post hit on reporter Gary Webb. If you have not seen it, I recommend it as a useful example of how the game is played.
Intelligence agencies and the media are engaged daily in the creative, dynamic process of inventing your world – defining your dreams, your fears, your hopes, your direction. They create. They create together. And what they create are ways of harvesting you.
For every action they take, they create a story.