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BBC Scandal Reveals Mainstream Media Manipulation

from The Daily Bell:

‘Serious failings’ at BBC let Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall go unchecked … Dame Janet Smith report finds ‘climate of fear’ at BBC ‘Macho culture’ led employees to keep quiet … She concluded that “an atmosphere of fear still exists today in the BBC possibly because obtaining work in the BBC is highly competitive and many people no longer have the security on an employment contract”. –The Guardian

We can see from the above excerpt that a two-year investigation into the BBC has concluded with a statement that, “an atmosphere of fear” reigns at the media giant that allowed Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall “to sexually abuse nearly 100 people without detection for decades.”

While the report’s conclusions seem valid, in reality they confirm a much more powerful and fundamental difficulty with the BBC, which is that like almost all Western media outlets, it is a facility of elite propaganda for the warfare/welfare state.

We call this propaganda “directed history” and have found it to be ubiquitous in the past century. Propagating directed history is the main priority of the BBC.

The BBC is very good at producing such propaganda, lying convincingly about the wars that elites create to further their underlying agenda of internationalism.

Education, justice, science, law enforcement, publishing and political and military policy have all been designed by the application of tremendous sums of central-banking money to conform with power elite goals and objectives.

The result is that if top Western elites want the world’s events to work in a certain way, they do.

This is “directed history.”

First comes a manufactured event – a “false flag” – and then comes the sought-after result: academic and media responses to the false flag demanding that something “must be done.”

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