1. “Non-official cover” occurs when a journalist is essentially working for the CIA, but it’s not in an official capacity. This allows both parties to reap the rewards of the partnership, while at the same time giving both sides plausible deniability. The CIA will find young journalists and mentor them. Suddenly doors will open up, rewards will be given, and before you know it, you owe your entire career to them. That’s essentially how it works. But don’t take it from me…

    — German Journalist Blows Whistle On How The CIA Controls The Media | Zero Hedge

  2. buffleheadcabin:

azspot:

Ben Sargent

[Scenes we’d like to see.]

The answer to my every prayer, yo.

    buffleheadcabin:

    azspot:

    Ben Sargent

    [Scenes we’d like to see.]

    The answer to my every prayer, yo.

  3. When exactly a month ago the supposedly objective, impartial Netherlands released its official, 34-page preliminary report of the MH-17 crash over Ukraine, presumably based on black box data, air traffic control records, and other “authentic, verified” information, there were precisely zero mentions of “oxygen”, “mask” or “oxygen mask.”

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    MH-17 Report False Flag Exposed After Revelation Passenger Was Wearing Oxygen Mask | Zero Hedge - Moar: -

    […] Which is odd, because in what should become the biggest Freudian slip scandal in false-flag history, certainly since the Gulf of Tonkin, yesterday Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans accidentally revealed for the very first time ever, that one of the Australian passengers aboard the doomed airplane “appears to have donned an oxygen mask before the fatal crash, suggesting some on board might have been aware of their impending deaths, a Dutch official disclosed.” Clearly a crucial aspect of the crash, as it points at the severity of the alleged explosion, yet one which was not noted until yesterday and which completely skipped the purvey of the official crash report for reasons unknown […]

  4. A hypothetical new G7, comprising the BRICs Brazil, Russia, India and China and three of the so-called MINT economies Mexico, Indonesia and Turkey - has a combined GDP of $37.8 tn (at purchasing power parity) compared to $34,5 tn for the old G7 Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US.

    — 

    TASS: Economy - Financial Times: new G7, including Russia, emerges

    North America, European Penninsula, pass into the twilight of bankruptcy and collapse.

  5. (via Turkey In Turmoil After Tanks Roll Out To Stop Deadly Protests; Stocks Tumble | Zero Hedge)

Crisis in Turkey, yo.

    (via Turkey In Turmoil After Tanks Roll Out To Stop Deadly Protests; Stocks Tumble | Zero Hedge)

    Crisis in Turkey, yo.