Layer Upon Layer of Disinformation (“Wilderness of Mirrors”)
Ed.’s note: We think we have found the best source for explaining the origin of the disinformation website known as “whatdoesitmean” referenced in the following republished RT News story in a disinformation campaign of his own being run by Michael Isikoff. Isikoff is the Chief Investigative Correspondent at Yahoo! News. To comprehend Isikoff’s intelligence and counter intelligence, one would have to first understand what Jewish faction Isikoff represents. Rather than being referred to as an “investigative journalist,” Isikoff should be referred to as a “disinformation journalist.”
In an unsubstantiated story Isikoff wrote for Newsweek which appeared on May 9, 2005, he claimed interrogators at Guantanamo “flushed a copy of the Quran down the toilet” in order to “rattle inmates” which subsequently set off massive anti-American violence all over the Middle East including 17 people killed in Afghanistan. That’s some “investigative journalism” when the only benefactor of planting an erroneous story like that would be Israel. And the mainstream media is using a known disinformation website that goes back to the 90s. Before going onto the RT article, here is the description of the whatdoesitmean website:
‘SORCHA FAAL’ WARMONGERING’ AGITPROP OPERATION RUN BY AN OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE AGENT FROM VIENNA, VA
One egregious example of the contemporary manifestation of Operation Mockingbird, which we have exposed several times already in this column, is the fake so-called ‘Sorcha Faal’ operation.
These reports typically begin with the weasel phrase ‘Rumours circulating in the Kremlin today’ or else ‘Reports circulating in the Kremlin today’, for the purpose of conning the gullible reader into believing that he or she is reading inside information from Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) or the successors to the KGB (FSB). As the Editor of Soviet Analyst, the Editor of this service is naturally aware of the fact that, as we have said before, the Kremlin doesn’t ‘DO’ rumours. So it is incredible that such a naïve and uneducated ploy has any traction at all.
As we have stated on several occasions in the past, the ‘Sorcha Faal’ warmongering drivel – much of which agitates for a world war as soon as possible, it seems – is disseminated by an Office of Naval Intelligence operative named J. Forrest Sharpe, working out of Vienna, VA.
The Office of Naval Intelligence is one of the snakepits within the US Intelligence Power that has been most viciously scrabbling, for years, to control the money. Its warmongering agitation and propaganda is associated with the ‘War Party’ who imagine that the financial crisis can be buried beneath the rubble of a World War.
This is an extremely malicious disinformation operation serving the interests of a particularly nasty component of the US Intelligence Power: ONI has a reputation of being much the most ruthless and aggressively dangerous of the various CIA ‘subsidiary’ and competing entities which are often at loggerheads with each other.https://christopherstoryarchive.wordpress.com/2017/02/21/gorbachev-implicated-in-stealing-cottrells-contract/
Maybe Steve Pieczinek can offer us a few more insights into the network running Jeffrey Epstein we might have missed just like all the evidence 9/11 investigators missed after 9/11? So what’s it going to be our Jewish friends? Follow the righteous way as Steve Pieczinek suggests, or will we have to go through the same shit like what happened under the Wehrmacht this time under Trump?
Is this for real? See how spectacularly stupid Americans are? No more of a stellar example than Joe Biden. Steve Pieczenik even if we are to take half of what he is saying at face value, and Joe Biden is in public shooting his big mouth off about how much he loves Israel?
When reports like this are read about the US Navy, all we can think of is a big fat circular hole in the side of the Pentagon exposing the navy. Readers are encouraged to “pilfer” as much open source intelligence as you possibly can because the CIA is going to enact secrecy laws.
La-La-Land: US Media Cites Fake News Disinfo Site to Prove ‘Russia’ Behind ‘Theory’ Clinton Hitmen Killed Seth Rich
July 11, 2019
The man who first reported on the discredited Steele dossier has a brand new conspiracy theory about Russia. The idea that DNC staffer Seth Rich was killed on the order of Hillary Clinton was invented by – guess who?
Yahoo News Chief Investigator Michael Isikoff, who is also the co-author of hit Russiagate book ‘Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump,’ has a new example of how the nefarious Russians supposedly subverted democracy in the US. According to him, it was Russian intelligence that started a conspiracy theory about the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich on July 10, 2016 during an apparent botched robbery.
The supposed Russian disinformation showed up three days after Rich’s death on a website called WhatDoesItMean.com. Befitting of the site’s ’90s design, it is, well, a badly written thriller fiction about Rich trying to expose the corruption of the Clinton campaign to the FBI, and instead being ambushed by her hit team. It is complete with a gun battle “just blocks from the White House” – all based on a ‘report’ by the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR).
The unbelievable story, Isikoff says, was actually planted by the SVR and propagated by Russian government agents on social media. The ‘Russian connection’ was revealed by Deborah Sines, who was the former assistant US attorney in charge of the Rich case until her retirement last year. She “used her security clearance to access copies of two SVR intelligence reports about Seth Rich that had been intercepted by US intelligence officials.” Sines even wrote a memo about it and “personally briefed Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors on her findings,” but for whatever reason they apparently didn’t make it into Mueller’s final report despite fitting perfectly with the narrative about Russian election meddling.
Some US media outlets gladlygobbled up Isikoff’s fresh Russia-did-it allegations. A few took it with a grain of salt: after all, it is factually incorrect and completely misses the point, which is that the US ratings-obsessed and highly partisan media have been increasingly embracing the wildest conspiracy theories in recent years.
Fox’s Sean Hannity, for example, peddled the one about Rich’s murder, but was forced to retract it with great embarrassment. But pointing the finger at him and others in the conservative camp would be hypercritical for many on the left wing of the US media landscape, who were just as zealously pushing the false conspiracy that claimed Donald Trump had colluded with Russia to get elected.
Isikoff played a major role in that one, since he was the first to report the existence of the so-called Steele dossier, a Democrat-funded collection of unsubstantiated accusations against the Trump campaign. It took him a few years to change his mind on the dossier and acknowledge that the press should have had more skepticism about its salacious claims. We wonder how long his new theory will hold.