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Eight Years in Planning: How the Corrupt CIA Used Legacy Media to Manufacture Their Proxy War With Russia
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In 2014 Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, one of the largest newspapers in Germany, came out and admitted that he worked covertly for the CIA and his job was to make the geo-politics of the United States look good around the globe. Ulfkotte also admits that the CIA use the mockingbird media around the planet to push the United States hidden agenda and that agenda included drawing Russia into a full on war with the United States and Europe. In this interview the former Editor of one of Germany's largest newspapers tells us as far back as 2014 how the CIA, the UK's Mi6, France's Intelligence community and Israel's Mossad use mainstream media and their reporters as Non-Official Cover operatives to bring on the narrative that Russia is the bad guy and must be eliminated and that is exactly what we are witnessing in present day with the proxy war in Ukraine.

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