Starting in the early days of the Cold War (late 40’s), the CIA began a secret project called Operation Mockingbird, with the intent of buying influence behind the scenes at major media outlets and putting reporters on the CIA payroll, which has proven to be a stunning ongoing success. The CIA effort to recruit American news organizations and journalists to become spies and disseminators of propaganda, was headed up by Frank Wisner, Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, and Philip Graham (publisher of The Washington Post). Wisner had taken Graham under his wing to direct the program code-named Operation Mockingbird and both have presumably committed suicide.
Paltrow and Alba are both trying to teach the proles clean living. Paltrow was sick with early stage osteoporosis and cured herself with diet.
Gwyneth Paltrow is now being mocked for doctoring herself. My friends at the AMA would prefer she took drugs instead of Vitamin D to cure her disease. Vitamin D is a threat to our medical monopoly.
Gwyneth’s elimination diet displeases big sugar, big dairy, big wheat and the AMA.
Gwyneth Paltrow is in the crosshairs of the press. Dieticians, nutritionists, doctors, journalists and even colleagues (VIP actors and television) are releasing statements and interviews against Paltrow. But why are they attacking the beautiful actress? Well, Paltrow is mocked and attacked for having taken care of herself. The AMA (American Medical Association) would certainly have preferred that Paltrow had taken medication to treat her disease. The actress in fact cured her osteoporosis (a condition in which the skeleton is subject to loss of bone mass and strength) with a diet rich in vitamin D, a real threat to the medical monopoly. Her advice for keeping your body in shape and purified? Eat fresh salmon, spinach, broccoli, beans, almonds, blueberries, chia seeds (a berry from the great antioxidant powers) and dark chocolate, provided in small doses. It also suggests a diet free of dairy, gluten and sugar. The doctors, however, do not agree.
The publication of her book “It’s All Good” – in which Gwyneth gives her recipes to detox and get fit has unleashed against her a real smear campaign. Accomplices: many Hollywood stars.
Paltrow teachs the proles to live dairy free, gluten free, sugar-free diets to heal their illnesses. Doctors disagree.
Does not it seem strange that “Star” – the number 1 magazine dedicated to VIP news in American supermarkets that sell products containing gluten, sugar and dairy products (according to Gwyneth boycott), is attacking the actress so hard?