Clerk Note: Spot the parallelisms. The “No Plane Theory” (NPT) of 9/11 is a disinformation campaign, but among its nuggets of truth are that no planes crashed in Shanksville or the Pentagon. However a real plane was used to fly over the Pentagon very low. Therefore, the NPT theory was promoted and referenced exclusively at the towers, where video fakery and then holograms were meant to prop up the NPT claim precisely so they'd be discredited and get us to stop thinking about the real instances of no planes. Among its nuggets of truth are that imagery manipulation on 9/11 did happen, just not to the extent their NPT disinfo agents tout it. This article demonstrates another avenue of imagery manipulation and video fakery that Hollywood technology available to agencies foisted upon us.
By: Crofton Black & Abigail Fielding-Smith of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
The Pentagon gave a controversial U.K. PR firm over half a billion dollars to run a top secret propaganda program in Iraq, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism can reveal.
Bell Pottinger’s output included short TV segments made in the style of Arabic news networks and fake insurgent videos which could be used to track the people who watched them, according to a former employee.
The agency’s staff worked alongside high-ranking U.S. military officers in their Baghdad Camp Victory headquarters as the insurgency raged outside.
Bell Pottinger’s former chairman Lord Tim Bell confirmed to the Sunday Times, which has worked with the Bureau on this story, that his firm had worked on a “covert” military operation “covered by various secrecy documents.”
Bell Pottinger reported to the Pentagon, the CIA, and the National Security Council on its work in Iraq, he said.