Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Hillary Losing the Information War

Hillary Losing the Information War

Well, well, well, it is curious how the other day I commented about how I have changed so much in the past few years. The reference I made was that I would have never dreamed back then to say, “Hey, let’s see what Al Jazeera says about this.” I also tune in to RT.com on air to get better information than what the BBC or CNN airs as ‘news’.

On March 2nd, 2011, Hilary Clinton spoke to Senate Foreign Relations Committee, echoing my thoughts on that. It would be an ironic laughable event had it not been so tragic that Americans who wish to stay abreast of current events, are so thoroughly jerked around by the U.S. and E.U. Mainstream media.

“We're the most technologically advanced country in the world, so slowly but surely we've been trying to take back the airwaves in Afghanistan against Taliban with the most primitive kind of communication equipment. Now, take that as one example where I don't think we were very competitive, and we have worked like crazy to change that, and then go to the most extreme where you've got a global, a set of global networks, that al-Jazeera has been the leader in, that are literally changing people's minds and attitudes,” she said.

“And like it or hate it, it (Al-Jazeera) is really effective. And in fact viewership of al-Jazeera is going up in the US because it's real news. You may not agree with it, but you feel like you're getting real news around the clock instead of a million commercials and, you know, arguments between talking heads and the kind of stuff that we do on our news which, you know, is not particularly informative to us, let alone foreigners.”


Clinton said Washington is losing the "information war" in the world.

Well of course Washington is losing it. When an entity routinely issues misinformation and disinformation that entity will surely lose the information war.

The ‘mis’ in misinformation disqualifies ‘information’ as from Merriam Webster :

1a : badly : wrongly <misjudge>

b : unfavorably <misesteem>

c : in a suspicious manner <misdoubt>

2: bad : wrong <misdeed>

3: opposite or lack of <mistrust>

4: not <misknow>

Disinformation is however:

false information deliberately and often covertly spread (as by the planting of rumors) in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth


"The dissemination of deliberately false information, esp. when supplied by a government or its agent to a foreign power or to the media, with the intention of influencing the policies or opinions of those who receive it; false information so supplied." (from Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1989)

Disinformation is highly valued to keep secrets, one can learn more by reading MODELS FOR MANAGING SECRETS by JM Steele - 1989

The difference is intent. The heads of organizations can give disinformation to their staff and the staff repeats it, without researching the validity of the statement. That staff should ascertain the truth and act accordingly. To not do so and repeating the lie, the staff is then, spreading disinformation.

Now even I had learned while in the military to not use disinformation because an adversary can glean the information from it. So if I learned that as an enlisted person, why are the supposed leaders of our country using it?

The bottom line is that there is no accountability in government anymore. The alternative media and some larger media organizations like RT and Al Jazeera are going to gain the eyes of viewers because the MSM are treating viewers like kindergartners with the flashy bits and the condescending attitudes. The MSM tells or tries to tell people what and how to think, and tries to implant opinions into the viewership.

I find it remarkable, the timing of this. I have just listened to the March 13, 2011 broadcast of Cliff High of Web Bot Project interviewed on the Truth Frequency Radio, and what he said made a lot of sense. Being that he is a linguist and mathematician, those who are scientifically minded can understand what some may call an extra sensory perception, as a logical outcome predicted based on math sets. I daresay his work can redefine or enhance the current definition of ‘precognition’.

In all news reports, those who are really trying to report the truth will encourage the audience to research the truth. So like Bill Cooper said: “Don’t listen to me, research it yourself.” Bill Cooper has many more ears today then he would ever have dreamed of while he lived. RIP Bill.

So what is really happening in Libya? Is it true that there were already earthquakes in Japan and volcanoes going off before this 9.0 earthquake? Research for yourself, spread the word, and let others research for themselves too. But you cannot possibly think you will get real news from the MSM, Clinton said so, so, it must be true, right?