Black People : PSYOPS imbeded in US TV stations, just training?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    owner of various real estate concerns
    Is this just for training purposes or something more sinister?

    There is a concept of freedom of religion and no ones religion should be used as a descrptive f thier motives or ideologies, however whether folks want to beleive in the Illuminati or not,
    one of the architects fo PSYOPS, was at the time Colonel Michael Aquino (Behold A Pale Horse, William Cooper)
    a flamboyant Satanist, Hollywood big wig and head of the Temple of Set,

    Balanone: Temple of Set Information

    Home page for Balanone's Temple of Set Information web site -- The Temple of Set is probably best described as an initiatory magical order of the Left Hand Path.

    The Illuminati Temple of Set

    Temple of Set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe Temple of Set was established in 1975 by Lt. Colonel of the US Army Michael A. Aquino and certain members of the priesthood of the Church of Satan, ...

    History - Organization - Philosophy - Notes


    has been promoted presently to the very secret NSA, as General Aquino

    Army Embeds Active-duty PSYOPS Soldiers at Local TV Stations

    By John Cook

    October 04, 2010 "Yahoo News " - -Oct, 01, 2010 - - The U.S. Army has used local television stations in the U.S. as training posts for some of its psychological-operations personnel, The Upshot has learned. Since at least 2001, both WRAL, a CBS affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., and WTOC, a CBS affiliate in Savannah, Ga., have regularly hosted active-duty soldiers from the Army's 4th Psychological Operations group as part of the Army's Training With Industry program. Training With Industry is designed to offer career soldiers a chance to pick up skills through internships and fellowships with private businesses. The PSYOPS soldiers used WRAL and WTOC to learn broadcasting and communications expertise that they could apply in their mission, as the Army describes it, of "influenc[ing] the emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of foreign audiences."

    WRAL and WTOC were on a list of participants in the Army's Training With Industry program provided to The Upshot in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, and a spokeswoman with the Army's Human Resources Command confirmed that PSYOPS soldiers worked at the stations.

    "Both of those stations are very supportive of the military, and think very highly of the program," said Lt. Col. Stacy Bathrick. "Our officers are there to learn best practices in terms of programming and production side that they can use when they deploy. To be able to get hands-on interaction with a news station there's nothing like that." Bathrick said the soldiers were never involved in newsgathering.

    The relationship between PSYOPS, Training With Industry, and television news operations has stirred controversy in the past. In 2000, after a Dutch newspaper reported that PSYOPS troops had been placed in CNN's newsroom under the program, CNN discontinued the internships and admitted that they had been a mistake. "It was inappropriate for PSYOPS personnel to be at CNN, they are not here now, and they never again will be at CNN," a spokesperson said at the time.

    WRAL's news director, Rick Gall, feels differently. "My sense was, this was an educational opportunity to see how the broadcasting industry operates," said Gall. "They'd spend time in the various departments of the station, including the newsroom. I wasn't concerned