BREAKING: Pentagon Caught Paying PR Firm $540 Million to Make Fake Terrorist Videos
Any serious person still living on this planet knows that the majority of the news items in the mainstream media is nothing but government and corporate propaganda.
Particularly for government, the situation is worse in Western nations, especially in the United States. When the United States illegally invaded Iraq after 9/11, the country’s government used clandestine tactics to get the media under its control.
In fact, after the invasion, numerous stories emerged from both known and anonymous sources, revealing that the United States government had secretly embedded journalists within the military, who were responsible for dictating how the news of the war was reported back home to the public.
Now, 13 years after the unlawful invasion of Iraq by the United States, more sickening and messy details are emerging. To what end will the United States continue to aggressively invade countries, plundering their resources and leaving behind chaos and bloodshed?
In the latest news, a joint investigation by the Sunday Times and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism has revealed that the United States defense headquarters, the Pentagon, paid a Public Relations (PR) firm based in the United Kingdom over half a billion dollars to make fake terrorist videos in Iraq, as part of an enormous propaganda campaign.
The PR firm was identified as Bell Pottinger. According to the investigation, Bell Pottinger fabricated short Television segments designed to imitate Arabic news networks and fake insurgent videos, which could be used to track the people who watched them. In fact, it was a former employee of Bell Pottinger who confirmed this damming act by the Pentagon, to the investigators.