Journalists Shill Sources and Secrets

Cari Machet carimachet at
Sun Mar 16 18:25:36 PDT 2014

On Sun, Mar 16, 2014 at 1:34 PM, John Young <jya at> wrote:

> Journalists Shill Sources and Secrets
> Advertised with $20,000 full-page vanity ad in the New York Times, 16
> March 2014.
> Coordinated with the NYT's release of its Snowden files series and books
> by Greenwald and Gellman, and video by Poitras, as well as capacious media
> roll-outs, conferences, celebrity profiles, movies, awards, prizes, law
> suits, mock threats, and phony investigations.
> Also coordinated with the rise of billionaire and corporate-funded
> "non-profit" journalism like ProPublica, The Intercept and The Marshall
> Project which pay over $500,000 top salaries, some with over $1M in total
> compensation packages.
> See dozens of conference sponsors of commercial journalism at bottom.

wait ... are you saying money corrupts ???

> Ben Wizner, A.C.L.U.; David A. Schulz, First Amendment litigator; Laura R.
>  Handman, First Amendment litigator; Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker.
> Moderator: Adam Liptak, The New York Times
> Jane Mayer, The New Yorker; Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times;    Peter
> Maass, writer; and Robert L. Deitz, former general    counsel, N.S.A. and
> senior councillor to the C.I.A. director. Moderator: Bob Woodward, The
> Washington Post
> THE SNOWDEN REVELATIONS: Roger Cohen, The New York Times, interviews Glenn
> Greenwald, The Guardian; Laura Poitras, The New York Times; and Barton
> Gellman, The Washington Post, via Skype
> Bill Keller, editor in chief, The Marshall Project, interviews Senator
> Charles Schumer, followed by panel with Senator Schumer; Quinn Norton,
> freelance journalist, activist; Jonathan Landay, McClatchy; Scott Horton,
> reporter, Harper's Magazine; and Kenneth L. Wainstein, former assistant
> attorney general for national security and homeland security advisor
> Jill Abramson, executive editor, The New York Times; Martin Baron,
> executive editor, The Washington Post; David Remnick, editor, The New
> Yorker; Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher, The Nation; Robert S.
> Litt, General Counsel, Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
> Moderator: Ken Auletta, The New Yorker

if you are saying that corruption is at hand then how can we trust the
supposed human beings behind any of these names ?

i mean i think you are saying corruption is at hand but i dont want to
assume anything...

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