"Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for being correct.
Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of your time.
If you're right and you know it, speak your mind.
Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth."

Mahatma Gandhi





Suzanne Humphries, MD / Chris Hedges


"Our Mainstream News Media is demonstrating that when it pertains to reporting important facts to the public, they are absolutely worthless. China and other state-controlled news outlets are no worse than our own news media; the only difference is that our media releases enough valid news to lull the public into believing that we have news that reflects the needs of the public, however, when it comes to important issues, our MSM is no better than any other fascist/authoritarian news outlet that exist in some of the most restrictive societies on earth."

William Cormier, 2010


Ben Freeman / Glen Ford / Shoshana Walter


"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."

CIA Director William Casey (1981-1987)


S. Brian Willson / David William Pear / Bill Van Auken / Victor Ostrovsky


"Our task is not to tell the truth; we are opinion molders."

Walter Cronkite


Petr Lvov / Greg Guma / Leonard Peltier


"Television is not about the 'truth. Iit is about creating reality. It does not matter one bit whether the images you see on television are real or copied and pasted from past events, because people believe them to be real, immediate and thus true."

Daniel Estulin, 2015


Todd Miller / Alice Slater / Joseph Thomas / Zivadin Jovanovic


"Contrary to the notion that the CIA insidiously infiltrated the journalistic community, there is ample evidence that America's leading publishers and news executives allowed themselves and their organizations to become handmaidens to the intelligence services."

Brandon Turbeville, 2017


Julian Rose / Rebecca Thorpe / Noam Chomsky / Francis Moore Lappe


"Given an interlocked media network of connections with defense and other economic sectors, big media in the United States effectively represent the interests of corporate America."

Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff, 2009


"The "mainstream" media is an arm of the State, and, indeed, not only acts to police the political discourse, but reports government propaganda as if it were fact."

Justin Raimondo


"The CIA developed covert relationships with about 50 American journalists or employees of U.S. media organizations. The agency arranged for the publication of books to be read in America, and for at least one of these works to be reviewed favorably in the New York Times. CIA also developed covert relationships with "several hundred American academics" on U.S. campuses."

Peter Dale Scott, 2006