The American media is a master at deception

Are you a person seeking truth about the UFO phenemenon? You must stop believing the American propaganda!

Published: 10th August 2016 03:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th August 2016 03:22 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Journalists who interviewed me recently were surprised to hear the connection between manipulation of American media, UFO cover up and nuclear war in the subcontinent.

The manipulation of American media did not start with the UFO arrival. Its foundation was laid not by the Americans, but by the British who were masters in shaping public perceptions and opinions both locally and abroad, a skill which helped them to run a global empire for more than 200 years. They used media manipulation to mislead Americans into entering World War one.

When UFOs arrived in the 1940s these well practiced techniques were used in UFO cover up. To know exactly how the American mainstream media operates and manipulates readers must see two extraordinary documentaries Fear and Favor in the Newsroom and Orwell Rolls in his Grave, available on YouTube and read The Missing Times by Terry Hanson.

The corporate-owned mainstream American media is a criminal enterprise whose hands are drenched with the blood of innocent people murdered in needless wars. Without their support and willing participation America could not have prosecuted Vietnam and Iraq wars. They act as force multipliers for war mongers. They take a lie sold by the CIA, NSA or the White House and multiply it a thousand times and project it into the minds of the American people brainwashing them, whose behaviour can best be exemplified by the Jim Carrey movie The Truman Show. Let’s look at the evidence.

The American media.jpgOn August 4, 1964, the American National Security Agency (NSA) claimed that Vietnamese navy boats had attacked the American Navy at the Gulf of Tonkin. CBS, New York Times, Time, Life and Newsweek relentlessly printed articles authenticating the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which escalated the Vietnam War into a full-fledged conflict killing more than 55,000 American soldiers and 2 million Vietnamese. In the 2004 documentary, Fog of War, Robert McNamara who was the American Defense Secretary in 1964, admitted that the Gulf of Tonkin incident did not happen.

After 9/11, 75 retired military officers including Generals were paraded on American media by the Bush administration to justify its illegal war on Iraq. The same media conveniently ignored the extraordinary opposition to the war all over the world. Few weeks before the invasion MSNBC cancelled the liberal minded Phil Donahue show because he would provide anti war viewpoints.

The American.jpgNow the same American mainstream media is lying about the UFO phenomenon, and has kept the world addicted to oil that has led to climate change, which according to a recent UN report will push India into a nuclear war with Pakistan and China over the sharing of Himalayan river waters. Almost 20,000 out of 55,000 Himalayan glaciers have already disappeared due to Global Warming.

The US Secretary of State John Kerry recently acknowledged that the impacts of climate change like extreme drought, hotter drier climate can exacerbate resource competition and place more strain on the most precious resource of all—fresh water. It can lead to rising tensions and armed conflicts around the basins of the Nile River in Africa, the Indus River in Asia, and the Mekong River in South East Asia.  Any Indian, whether he is a journalist, member of the academia, scientific community or layman, who seeks the truth behind UFO phenomenon must first stop believing what the American mainstream media, which is the 24/7 propaganda machine for American  intelligence agencies, says about UFOs.


(The writer is the Director of INSETS-Indian Society for Extraterrestrial Studies and author of ACCIDENTAL APOCALYPSE. He can be contacted at


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