Saturday, February 23, 2008

Actually It Was The CIA's Operation Mockingbird (Which Came About As A Result Of The National Security Act) Which Destroyed Freedom Of The Press

Did the National Security Act of 1947 destroy freedom of the press?
The red pill...

Historical and Investigative Research - 3 Jan 2006
by Francisco Gil-White

"The National Security Act (passed in 1947) allows US Intelligence to begin any action, at any time, without asking anybody. In addition, US Intelligence may postpone indefinitely any report of such activity simply by claiming that making the report would harm the "national security" of the United States. This is a recipe for absolute power. It follows that the National Security Act of 1947 gave US Intelligence the power -- if not the explicit authority -- to corrupt the press in secret. This article will argue, and document, that this is precisely what US Intelligence has done. Naturally, this raises the sharpest possible questions about the integrity of US democracy."

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