Virtually every major Western corporate media outlet and a who’s who of pundits circulated a blatantly false report that North Korean nuclear negotiators were killed and imprisoned, exposing their non-existent editorial standards on Official Enemies.
By Ben Norton
Continue reading “Top US journalists spread fake news claiming North Korean official was ‘purged’ – then he shows up on TV”
Ben Norton is a journalist, writer, and filmmaker. He is the assistant editor of The Grayzone, and the producer of the Moderate Rebels podcast, which he co-hosts with editor Max Blumenthal. His website is BenNorton.com and he tweets at @BenjaminNorton.
Filmed inside the Capitol, this Grayzone special explores the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a taxpayer-funded organization that has interfered in elections, mobilized coups, and orchestrated public relations campaigns against nations that resist Washington’s agenda.
By Max Blumenthal
Continue reading “Inside America’s Meddling Machine: NED, the US-Funded Org Interfering in Elections Around the Globe”
Max Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist and the author of several books, including best-selling Republican Gomorrah, Goliath, The Fifty One Day War, and The Management of Savagery. He has produced print articles for an array of publications, many video reports, and several documentaries, including Killing Gaza. Blumenthal founded The Grayzone in 2015 to shine a journalistic light on America’s state of perpetual war and its dangerous domestic repercussions.
Leaked emails show how US intelligence agencies and regime-change operatives shaped Hollywood’s Seth Rogen comedy The Interview into a weapon in the long-running American war against North Korea.
By Tim Shorrock / AlterNet
Continue reading “How Sony, Obama, Seth Rogen and CIA secretly planned to force regime change in North Korea”
Tim Shorrock is a journalist, frequent contributor to The Nation magazine, and the author of Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing. He was raised in Japan and South Korea and has been covering the intersection of national security and capitalism since the late 1970s.