CNN: “Cinema Not News”
After 23 years we wake up to increasing corpse news that is little more than manipulation and fear-mongering in a pretend-world of terror threats to ultimately profit the bankster cabal.
Charles Jaco and Carl Rochelle were actors in a completely staged event during the 1991 Gulf War. CNN displayed foolish hubris in a transparent plan to deceive the American people with a phony report from Ryadh, Saudi Arabia.
But things are far worse today: CNN continues to publish lies along with increasing participation by what remains of a corpse media in decay of public trust.
Boston Bombing Hoax
Crisis Actors fail to make False Flag bombing Look Real when the camera captures them applying makeup and using props. As the dust is thrown, a worried crisis actor looks toward camera to see if the strolling “officials” succeeded in blocking the lens from capturing the deception.
This is not just a exercise to train first responders. It’s obvious the mission of the Crisis Actors is to deceive the American People into accepting a false reality – a False Flag. There’s little to distinguish the motive of these actors from CIA/FBI Black Ops programs – however we’re likely to see these faces many more times as the “Feds” pursue an increasing Police State to protect themselves.
Corporate media involved in mass TV audience deception for decades.
News posted on the Crisis Actors website focuses on the legislative consequences of their covert operation. Here’s one example.
April 23, 2013 – “Colorado Lawmakers Unanimously Pass SRO Legislation” ( SRO = School Resource Officers)
“The measure adds SROs to the list of community partners defined in Colorado law as most essential in helping schools improve their safety plans, train in multi-hazard emergency response, and practice interoperable communications with local first responders. The bill also requires the state to provide school safety grant writing assistance to schools and districts over the next five years.” — “When Olson explained that SRO funding primarily comes from local law enforcement agencies, Senator Andy Kerr stated that the bill is particularly beneficial to the smaller school districts and smaller law enforcement agencies.” *** More