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The Rosie O'donnell Psy-Op

por Servando González

Copyright © 2007 by Servando Gonzalez. Todos los derechos reservados.

In mid-March, Rosie O'Donnell expressed in her ABC show The View, her skepticism about the official story of 9/11. Later, she continued to address the 9/11 issue in a Q&A section of her website.
-----As expected, Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and other spin-doctors of the pseudo-right, immediately began criticizing Rosie’s comments. On their side, MSNBC, Good Morning America, ABC NEWS, and other spin-doctors of the pseudo-left, began a concerted campaign propagandizing Rosie’s comments and praising her for her courage in publicly expressing her views.
-----Contrary to what the spin-doctors of the pseudo-right want us to believe, however, the strongest critics to the policies of the Bush administration are not on the left, but on the true conservative camp. Just a cursory search on the web shows that the most credible proponents of the 9/11-inside-job theory are the ones who don’t put the blame on the Bush administration, but on the conspirators who have been controlling both Democratic and Republican administrations for the past century. This means putting the blame on the puppet masters, not on the puppets -- a very dangerous claim indeed, because most likely it is true.
-----But there is something fishy both about Rosie herself and her timing for coming out of the 9/11 closet.
-----In the first place, Rosie O’Donnell interest in the 9/11 subject seems to be something new. Before this, she seemed more interested in gay & lesbian issues than in conspiracy theories. Secondly, the timing for her 9/11 comments was strange. It coincides with a time in which Limbaugh, Hannity, O’Reilly and other spin-doctors of the pseudo-right are having a difficult time trying to stop or neutralize the growing number of conservative callers who don’t buy the conspiracy theory advanced by our government to explain the 9/11 events. Of lately, they have been clogging the phone lines of Limbaugh, Hannity and O’Reilly with information proving that 9/11 was an inside job.
-----Given her history of weirdness, however, Rosie’s comments only gives arguments to the critics of the 9/11-inside-job theory. According to the spin-doctors of the pseudo-right, Rosie is just another one in the long list of kooks, weirdoes, UFO watchers and tree huggers who hate America and blame the Republicans for every single bad thing going on in this country.
-----But, let’s add some cognitive dissonance to the debate by applying a little Angleton-like counterintelligence convoluted thinking to the Rosie event and see what we get.

The “discredit by association technique” (a variation of the guilt by association technique used by criminal prosecutors), consists in linking a true, but damaging information, to a tainted, discredited source, as a way to discredit the information itself. This is a technique commonly used by intelligence services all around the globe in their psychological warfare operations.
-----In the case of the CIA, this technique has been successfully used over and over in this type of psy-ops. The so-called supermarket tabloids have been the vehicle of choice for it. For example, if the conspirators who control the CIA (the CIA has never worked for the American people) discover that some really damaging information about one of their black operations (like their role in the assassination of JFK or the non-assassination of Castro) is about to be known, they publish a watered down version of it in one of the supermarket tabloids they control. But, in the facing page, they print an article about a woman from Oregon who married a Martian that just arrived in his flying saucer. The article is illustrated with an obviously doctored photo of the wedding with the space ship in the background.
-----The result is predictable. When the true information about the role of the CIA in the assassination of JFK, or how the CIA actually protected Castro from assassination, appears in other credible sources, the spin-doctors immediately mention that it originally appeared in one of the weird tabloids. This alone serves to discredit the information.
-----The fact that the CIA has used supermarket tabloids like the Sun, the Globe and the National Enquirer as a tool for its psychological warfare operations against the American people has been widely documented. The American Media Inc, the owner of the Sun, the Globe and the National Enquirer, has connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. A CIA memo recovered via the Freedom of Information Act confirmed that Generoso Paul “Gene” Pope Jr., the media mogul who created the National Enquirer, had been a CIA intelligence officer.
-----I suspect that, in this particular issue, Rosie O’Donnell has been used, wittingly or unwittingly, as the TV version of the supermarket tabloids.

A question that may come to the reader’s mind could be, But why Rosie O’Donnell?
-----In the first place, because, as in the case of UBS Evening News anchor Howard Beale, the main character in Paddy Chayefsky’s film Network, Rosie has a TV program watched by millions of gullible Americans. Secondly, because she already proved her worth for the cause of the conspirators with her role in the gay marriage psy-op, which was a key element in convincing hundreds of thousands of reluctant Republicans to vote again for G.W. Bush as what they thought was the lesser of two evils (more on this on a forthcoming article).

Most of the 9/11 critics in the true left have accepted with open arms Rosie O’Donnell’s jump into their camp. But, as James Jesus Angleton, the legendary chief of CIA’s counterintelligence, used to advice, one has to be very careful in accepting gifts from the Greeks.



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