Τι κι αν η αλήθεια γράφεται σε μικρά άρθρα, που δύσκολα ανακαλύπτει κάποιος;
Η καθημερινή προπαγάνδα των καναλιών, που δουλεύουν για την Νέα Τάξη, θα επιμένει στο ψέμμαμ μέχρι να πετύχουν να κάνουν όλη την υφήλιο να πιστέψει σ’ αυτό
. Εννοείται ότι οι λέξεις-κλειδιά έχουν αφαιρεθεί από την αφήγηση, ώστε να μην μπορεί κανείς να ενώσει τις τελείες και να κατανοήσει την μεγάλη απάτη, πίσω από την οποία ετοιμάζονται να μας φορτώσουν το κόστος ακόμα ενός πολέμου για τον …«εκδημοκρατισμό» της Συρίας.
Απάτη λοιπόν ο αποκεφαλισμός του Δημοσιογράφου, σύμφωνα με ειδικούς…
Κι ο Δημοσιογράφος φυσικά ΔΕΝ δούλευε στην ασήμαντη ιστοσελίδα GlobalPost αλλά στην USAID.
Βέβαια όποιος γνωρίζει την …βιομηχανία «επαναστάσεων», που λέγεται OTPOR και σήμερα CANVAS, καταλαβαίνει την παρουσία ανθρώπων της USAID στο πλευρό των …«εξεγερμένων» Τυνησίων Μισθοφόρων Αποκεφαλιστών, που παριστάνουν τους …Συρίους Ισλαμιστές.
GlobalPost announces foundation-supported initiative to fund 27 fellowships for young journalists in under-reported parts of the world
BOSTON, MA– May 1, 2013 – The world news site GlobalPost announced today a foundation-supported initiative that will fund 27 fellowships for top, young reporters in Myanmar as well as Libya, Nigeria, India and other under-reported corners of the world.
These reporting fellowships will focus on the issues of emerging democracies, human rights, global health, religion and other social justice issues and will seek to foster new forms of storytelling in the digital age.
They are part of a wider foundation-supported initiative headed by GlobalPost co-founder Charles M. Sennott which relies on more than $3 million in support over the next three years from some of the country’s most prestigious foundations to train and mentor the next generation of foreign correspondents and to produce powerful storytelling that informs and enlightens on complex issues around the world.
GlobalPost co-founder, President and CEO Philip S. Balboni said, “The foundation support will help train young journalists in emerging democracies and other under-reported areas of the world and provide them with an opportunity to engage in ambitious long-form reporting focused on issues of international human rights. Our educational initiatives like these fellowships are aimed at international cooperation between journalists, and we believe this is a pioneering and innovative way to fund in-depth reporting that can reach a wide audience.”
Sennott, GlobalPost Vice President and Editor-at-Large, said: “We are very grateful for the generous support we’ve received for this exciting new opportunity, which is to be called The GroundTruth Project. ‘GroundTruth’ is the belief that you need to be there on the ground to tell the stories that matter, and it has always been at the core of what we do.”
“So our hope now is to provide training for young journalists as well as increased opportunities for them to have the skills and the resources they’ll need to get to the ‘GroundTruth’ in many corners of the world. We want them to explore innovative forms of storytelling to help educate and enlighten our community about the big, complex issues from income inequality to the struggle of emerging democracies and the global effort to reduce child mortality,” Sennott added.
The most ambitious of the fellowships will be in Myanmar, also known as Burma, and is a partnership between GlobalPost and the New York-based Open Hands Initiative (OHI). After a very competitive selection process, twenty top, young journalists will soon be announced by OHI. Ten Burmese and ten American journalists, all with three to five years of professional experience in the field, will come together to work across multiple platforms of writing, photography, video and audio.
They will form a reporting team that plans to journey throughout Myanmar covering the dramatic changes taking place as the country takes historic steps to open up to democracy. In the spirit of the mission of OHI, they will also get to know each other and their respective countries through what OHI Founder and Chairman Jay Snyder calls “people-to-people diplomacy.” The reporting journey will be led in the field by Sennott along with award-winning photo-journalist and VII Photo Agency co-founder Gary Knight, who is also the founder of the Program for Narrative & Documentary Practice at Tufts University. The reporting fellows’ work will be featured as a GlobalPost Special Report and through posts on the GroundTruth blog over the summer. It will be made available to GlobalPost editorial partners, including NPR.org, CBS News and more than 75 newspapers around the world.
In addition to the project in Myanmar, GlobalPost’s foundation-supported initiative has received funding around many of the pressing issues facing the globe. Those funding commitments include the following:
- The Ford Foundation provided a cornerstone grant of $1.25 million for four years of funding that began in 2011 and will extend to June 2015. This funding supports coverage of human rights and social justice issues, including a recent 25-part Special Report on income inequality titled “The Great Divide.” It also funds the RIGHTS blog on GlobalPost, which focuses on the issue of international human rights. And it will support a human rights reporting fellowship for a young journalist to curate and post for RIGHTS during the summer of 2013.
- The Bake Family Trust has provided a generous $1 million grant for operating costs of this initiative and its dedication to teaching the next generation of foreign correspondents as well as funding the GroundTruth blog written and edited by Sennott and featuring guest posts and interviews with top correspondents who are doing extraordinary work in the field. The grant includes funding for a one-year reporting fellowship for fall 2013 to support the GroundTruth blog.
- The Henry Luce Foundation is providing $600,000 in support of fellowships, training and international reporting on religion in partnership with the USC Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism. With this funding, GlobalPost has launched its Belief blog for reporting and analysis of the religious forces that drive and influence global news; covered the historic papal transition in Rome; a growing Sunni-Shia rift that is re-shaping the modern Middle East and explored what role faith plays in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. The funding will also support a semester-long reporting fellowship in fall 2013.
- The Open Hands Initiative has committed nearly $500,000 in support of a partnership with The GroundTruth Project to build a team of 20 top, young journalists who will participate in the workshop and reporting project in Burma this summer. It is the second such fellowship in which GlobalPost has partnered with OHI. In fall 2011 a workshop took place in Cairo, Egypt amid the tumult and change of an unfinished revolution, with a report published on GlobalPost in 2012.
- The Kaiser Family Foundation has also provided a third year of support for a partnership in fellowships, training and reporting on global health issues and this year GlobalPost “Special Reports” is exploring the challenges of reducing child mortality in a series titled “The Seven Million,” referring to the number of children under the age of 5 who die every year largely from preventable diseases. The funding is currently supporting three reporting fellows who are recent graduates of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
- Other significant funding is provided by The Correspondents Fund for the first annual “GroundTruth Fellowship” for reporting in the Middle East; the Galloway Family Foundation for investigative reporting training and education; and individual grants to correspondents from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the Fund for Investigative Reporting and other institutions.
GlobalPost is the Award-winning world news site with outstanding original reporting from country-based journalists in all regions of the world. Noted by The New York Times as “offering a mix of news and features that only a handful of other news organizations can rival,” GlobalPost offers fresh, in-depth perspective on the changing global picture that affects us all by combining traditional journalistic values and the power of new media.
USAID: ‘In desperate need of adult supervision’
We’ve been tracking the dirty work of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for several decades now — a Federal government agency that claims its main charge to be administering U.S. foreign assistance around the world:
“USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential.” (via usaid.gov)
The reality of USAID is something very different. USAID is also a traditional CIA front organization, allowing the agency access to an array of places and things around the globe.
On August 11th of this year, 21WIRE’s report on USAID’s secret operation against Cuba detailed how the agency “established a fake HIV prevention workshop in Cuba where their young recruits worked to turn young people against the Castro regime.”
The author of the report, Stuart J. Hooper, expands:
“After undertaking a few short seminars, these young people were expected to do the work of a seasoned CIA officer, which is something that could have easily gotten their vastly inexperienced and unprepared selves into severe trouble with Cuban authorities.”
Not exactly the hallmark of a humanitarian agency promising to end global poverty.
IMAGE: CANVAS trained and managed Egyptian protestors as early as 2009 in preparation for the fabled ‘Arab Spring’ in 2010-2011. These professional agitators-for-hire globe-trot, and openly promote their CFR-sponsored agenda.
Back on November 24th, 2011, Patrick Henningsen’s report “A US-Backed Military Junta in Egypt Was Always The Plan” confirmed:
“We know that it was not Egyptian and Tunisian students working in a political vacuum, but the Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), a professional consultancy, who took students from the Middle East and trained them overseas as early back as 2009.”
Within the vast entanglement of government and non-government (NGO) subcontractor culture, you’ll not be surprised to know CANVAS is part-funded and supported by globalist foundations like George Soros’s Freedom House and Open Society Institute, as well as CIA-linked National Endowment for Democracy and, of course, the full frontal USAID.
IMAGE: Globalist foundations promoting democracy and freedom have been active in fomenting uprisings all over the planet, including the ‘Occupy’ movements. Their creative consultants are well-versed in NLP tactics for the crowd.
Now, we have the matter of the apparent brutal beheadings of two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
According to a recent article in the The Weekly Standard, in 2009, just three years before his capture in Syria, Foley worked for USAID-funded development projects in Baghdad. And then in 2011, he “moved to Libya” briefly where he was eventually kidnapped and held for over a month. Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg writes:
“This guy has a resume that reads more like a James Bond film script than that of a journalist with a teaching background. He works for USAID in 2009 in Iraq, then he finds himself kidnapped in Libya two years later by Gaddafi forces. Then, after all of this, he finds himself captured in Syria, only to be beheaded two years later by ISIS (the terror organization funded by our ally Saudi Arabia).”
What else was James Foley doing for USAID?
21WIRE’s Andrew McKillop writes in a recent article titled “ISIS dot com: Social Media Barons Are Pushing the New Barbarity”:
“Whether or not the Foley video was staged to solicit a certain public reaction to it, for example – launching US air strikes in Syria, it’s obvious that there is some dark arts in action in the way Western media are touting these videos in public. They are actively aiding and abetting the most hideous forms of exhibitionism – for example the decapitation of James Foley, called “execution” and not what it really was in terms of a billion dollar US media marketing campaign – an open air murder by a psychopath and war criminal. In the end, their is zero moral value in re-disseminating this kind of pornography through the multi-billion broadcast media complex, yet they are doing more and more push-marketing of this material each year.”
USAID and others like it clearly operate in these hot zones very much in plain sight. Yet our eyes and our media simply don’t want to look away from the news feed — and that’s what keeps them in their trade.
We led this report with USAID’s secret operation against Cuba, and this is where we will close it.
The Associated Press investigation that blew the cover off the “fake HIV prevention workshop” also discovered that USAID and its contractor (yes, yet another layer), Creative Associates International, continued the program despite U.S. officials issuing warnings to government contractors:
“U.S. officials privately told their government contractors to consider suspending travel to Cuba after the arrest of contractor Alan Gross, who remains imprisoned after smuggling in sensitive technology. A lawyer for Gross said Monday that his client cannot take life in prison much longer and has said his goodbyes to his wife and a daughter.”
How reckless can a Federal agency and its contractors be? Answer: Creative Associates cited the workshop as a “success story.”
“The group’s final report said the workshop would be used as a blueprint across the island.”
“But Sen. Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona and longtime critic of USAID’s Cuba projects, said, “These programs are in desperate need of adult supervision. If you are using an AIDS workshop as a front for something else, that’s … I don’t know what to say … it’s just wrong.”
There’s plenty more to say – and it starts with you.