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What should we know about Operation Mockingbird?

The mainstream (legacy) media has played an important and sometimes confusing role for us in the last year or more.   To help explain what’s been going on, I’ve included links with additional and supporting details.  The intent is to share basic details and introduce some ideas that might help useful.  As explained in the Great Awakening section  we are here to support and to answer questions if needed, so let us know if we can help.

How did it start?

Operation Mockingbird began as a secret Central Intelligence Agency effort to influence domestic and foreign media reporting in the 1950s.   During WW2 reporters and broadcast representatives worked closely with government agencies to support the war effort.  This ability to manipulate public opinion both overseas and at home proved to be an effective and useful propaganda tool and so was continued throughout the intervening half century and more.   Recently declassified records show a clear association between CIA and American media.
Additional details at this link on 21st Century Wire.

What made it worse?

In an effort to limit “propaganda” being broadcast to those of us in the U.S., the Smith-Mundt  Act was passed decades ago.  It was a Federal Law designed to prevent “information” created by the U.S. government  intended for readers/listeners overseas from being broadcast domestically.  While it’s impact was limited, it did have some impact.   However beginning July 2013 the Smith-Mundt Act was rendered completely ineffective due to a ruling by a group called the Broadcasting Board of Governors; another governmental agency.  This essentially meant the US government/CIA could broadcast/publish whatever they wished with the help of supportive media.
More  information here on the website Foreign Policy .

How active is Operation Mockingbird now?

A recent Q post suggested that news reported by media outlets is coordinated daily by a 4am communication, perhaps by  e-mails.    Since the news is 90% anti-President Trump it’s likely the messages come from a CIA/Mockingbird entity.     Remember that local newspapers re-publish stories from major outlets, so a single story can travel far and wide;  when we see the same “story” from multiple sources, if coordinated, then it’s really just a single source.  If it references an “anonymous” source then that makes it even more questionable.

What are possible ways to recognize “Mockingbird” news?

  • -If the story is identical from one news source to another it’s likely “mockingbird news.”  If you watch/read carefully you might notice that often different newspapers or news stations use the same headlines /words.
  • -If the “source” is “anonymous” and supporting an obvious agenda, then it’s likely “Mockingbird news.”  Ask yourself – what is their message?  Is it confirmed by other independently obtained facts?  Or does it simply support a line of argument that is ongoing?
  • -If the headline suggests one thing but when you read the article it says the opposite or that  the headline details are unverified – then it’s “mockingbird news.”
  • -When facts don’t match what you know/proven to be the case.  The results of the “fake news” competition – are good examples.


Additional Information can be found on the GOP website .

  1. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman claimed on the day of President Trump’s historic, landslide victory that the economy would never recover.
  2. ABC News’ Brian Ross CHOKES and sends markets in a downward spiral with false report.
  3. CNN FALSELY reported that candidate Donald Trump and his son Donald J. Trump, Jr. had access to hacked documents from WikiLeaks.
  4. TIME FALSELY reported that President Trump removed a bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. from the Oval Office.
  5. Washington Post FALSELY reported the President’s massive sold-out rally in Pensacola, Florida was empty. Dishonest reporter showed picture of empty arena HOURS before crowd started pouring in.
  6. CNN FALSELY edited a video to make it appear President Trump defiantly overfed fish during a visit with the Japanese prime minister. Japanese prime minister actually led the way with the feeding.
  7. CNN FALSELY reported about Anthony Scaramucci’s meeting with a Russian, but retracted it due to a “significant breakdown in process.”
  8. Newsweek FALSELY reported that Polish First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda did not shake President Trump’s hand.
  9. CNN FALSELY reported that former FBI Director James Comey would dispute President Trump’s claim that he was told he is not under investigation.
  10. The New York Times FALSELY claimed on the front page that the Trump administration had hidden a climate report.
  11. And last, but not least: “RUSSIA COLLUSION!” Russian collusion is perhaps the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people. THERE IS NO COLLUSION!

These are just a few ideas.  If you have others we’d love to hear from you, so please share them with us.   In the meantime here are a couple of images to help explain:

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