Thursday, September 22, 2011

The CIA Really Wants to Make Hollywood’s Next Blockbuster

Anyone who believes that sending military aid to Israel, or any of the other corrupt regimes presently receiving U.S. support, is a wise idea is urged to look into the following article to get a glimpse into exactly how unbiased our media truly is. While you're at it, read Naomi Klein's unusually balanced article on The Goldstone Report, because it clearly demonstrates how supporting war crimes today means having to account for the imposition of international authorities tomorrow. But honestly, the looming specter of global governance only underscores the more important reality, that bombing schools, hospitals and vital civilian infrastructure is never acceptable under any circumstance, no matter which country is doing it.


Are you an aspiring filmmaker who wants to produce a spy thriller? Well, you're in luck because the CIA has a pile of script ideas lying around.

Ironic, you say, that an organization known for secrecy is doling out helpful hints to Hollywood? The CIA doesn't think so. For them it's all about image control. And they're just the start of it. The Department of Defense and just about every branch of the military has an entertainment industry liaison similar to the CIA's. Read more: