Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The Spawn Of MOMCOM Is Death

If the CIA thinks I have been harsh on them they are wrong.

I don't mention them much at all, if any.

Other blogs excoriate them, so before I begin an explanation of how they are part of MOMCOM, let me set the stage.

Species produce their own kind.

It is the same with MOMCOM, she reproduces little MOMCOM types.

She is like a galaxy that has many appearances, each depending on the wavelength of the light one is using to observe that galaxy.

For instance, looking at a galaxy in infra red will show a different galaxy from what one will see while observing that same galaxy in visible light.

There is an entire spectrum of personalities in any one galaxy.

MOMCOM is an entire spectrum of personalities too.

We have said that one of the "M" personalities is the main stream media (MSM), the press, which is where MOMCOM gets one of her personality traits.

The media portion of MOMCOM is discussed in an article I found that alleges the media has been massively infiltrated by the CIA.

Listen to what one media mogul, who was made an asset by the CIA, has to say about her concept of journalism:
There are some things that the general public does not need to know and shouldn’t. I believe democracy flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows.
(Existentialist Cowboy). That was a statement by a CIA asset in the media who controlled the right leaning Washington Post.

The same article indicated that the CIA had infiltrated and made assets of various MSM sections. Here is a partial list:
* Philip and Katharine Graham (Pub., Wash. Post)
* William Paley (President, CBS)
* Henry Luce (Publisher, Time and Life magazine)
* Arthur Hays Sulzberger (Publisher, N.Y. Times)
* Jerry O'Leary (Washington Star)
* Hal Hendrix (Pulitzer Prize winner, Miami News)
* Barry Bingham Sr., (Louisville Courier-Journal)
* James Copley (Copley News Services)
* Joseph Harrison (Editor, Christian Science Monitor)
* C.D. Jackson (Fortune)
* Walter Pincus (Reporter, Washington Post)
* Associated Press
* United Press International
* Reuters
* Hearst Newspapers
* Scripps-Howard
* Newsweek magazine
* Mutual Broadcasting System
* Miami Herald
* Old Saturday Evening Post
* New York Herald-Tribune
(ibid). It was that old rascal Napoleon Bonaparte who said:
Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets.
(Napoleon Quotes). The CIA corruption of domestic media tranquility is treasonous, but in our age of the demise of accountability, which is the demise of our democracy, they will only increase the treason of the realm of MOMCOM.

The MOMCOM gang is composed of delusional people who (for all their efforts to kill, maim, divide, and destroy) are anathema to what is required to survive in this cosmos.

Message from the Cosmos to MOMCOM: "Dear MOMCOM, you can run but you can't hide ... Gotcha".


  1. Dredd,

    That Existentialist Cowboy link was great. As far as MOMCOM and the CIA, I've gotta hand it to them. They've done a wonderful job winning the hearts and minds of the American sheeple. I really can't see us undoing their handiwork without a total collapse. Fortunately, that may be right around the corner as well...

  2. disaffected,


    The guy who wrote it (Kangas) is dead under what some say was suspicious circumstance.

    They most certainly will bring us down, and them along with us.

    It being only a matter of time, maybe a long time, maybe not.

  3. Please peruse my response at

    Is internet freedom a human right, and is it free from spys?

  4. Kathy,

    Although the MSM will surely continue to undergo some pretty radical change, the corporate state will make damn sure that it doesn't go away, or that they'll be surfing at the forefront of the next wave that replaces it. They can't afford not to.

    That said, control over the internet is the next great battle to be waged, and it's going to be a doozy. For in depth free-form discussions of such issues, which admittedly are mostly WAY over my head, you might try John Robb's excellent site over at Global Guerrillas.

    My only substantive input is that as corporate states(s) lose power in the coming decade, they will react as they always do, by trying to reassert power whenever and wherever they can. Government itself might prove to be impotent sooner than later, but their corporate arm will no doubt prolong the battle painfully.

    Hence my original assertion, the MSM ain't going nowhere as long as the fascist corporate state remains alive and kicking. The REAL alternative IMO is to help torpedo the whole MOMCOM lot, especially once it begins to sink of its own accord.

    We're living in pretty exciting times! We might actually live to see the fall of our hopelessly corrupt fascist empire and the rise of something (hopefully) much better.