As it is so fond of reminding its viewers ad infinitum, CNN is a global network. So this column on its ‘dip into sensationalim’ from Mexico’s El Universal is perhaps fitting. Columnist J. Jaime Hernandez writes that rather than being a counterweight…
“The conventional wisdom these days — as heard on radio talk shows in Virginia, in town meetings in New Mexico, or from taxi drivers in Boston — is that Americans just don’t like the press. What do they think? Would you be surprised to learn that reporters are held in the same low regard as undertakers and insurance salesmen…. and only slightly higher than politicians?” […]
The revolution continues as old regimes collapse in Mexico and the EU, plus secret space program disclosure
The criminal cabal that has been ruling the planet earth is being systematically removed from power, with the latest being regime change in Mexico and soon the EU. Furthermore, the power struggle in Washington D.C. is definitely being won by the good guys. Also, apparently some real disclosure is occurring about both the Roswell “UFO” incident and anti-gravity technology. The two links below were sent to us by Japanese military intelligence and they say they are genuine (although this is not an area in which this writer has much expertise). One appears to be a patent application for an anti-gravity craft, while the other claims to be a top-secret document stating that alien bodies and alien spacecraft really were recovered by the U.S. government. We leave it to experts to determine if they are real. If they are, though, it won’t be long before flying saucers appear in the showrooms. […]
Also being deliberately kept from the American people about what is now occurring, this report continues, is that shortly before the Obama regime took power in 2009, the United States Joint Forces Command (USJFC) (who is charged with anticipating global threats to the US) issued a grave report titled Joint Operating Environment 2008 that named Pakistan and Mexico as the nations whose governments are most likely to undergo what it termed “rapid collapse”.