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November 1, 2015 / Fantelius

AIPAC Lobby Myth 6 – The Third-Party Technique

Third-party technique refers to an organization financing individuals and groups that promote its interests. The main organization is characteristically a corporation and the front group can be any establishment, institute, foundation, think tank, charity, school or whatever. These groups, often created by the mother organization, appear to be independent. The individuals can be any authority from a journalist to a rent-a-professor. Leading PR experts have spoken about the essential role of this technique.

Rampto and Stauber in their book Trust Us, We’re Experts! How Industry Manipulates Science and Gambles With Your Future estimate that as much as 50% of public information radiates from third-parties. If we view the media as a third-party, which we should as it is owned by a handful of corporations, and the government as a third party controlled by corporations through lobbying, the percentage of third-party information extends far beyond 50%.

Israel is a third-party of the USA, particularly the military segment. It functions as a colonial outpost of the empire. Always has. The mentally challenged Zionists are not only unaware of their dependence on and service to the empire, they even believe themselves to be in charge. They are not alone in this belief. One doesn’t have to be a Zionist to be mentally challenged.


See The US-Israel nexus



“The 1% own 99% of the say.”
Dartwill Aquila





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  1. Abdul Khaliq Kadwa / Nov 1 2015 11:03 am

    1% is a phenomenally large number. More like 0.1% or even less.

    Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2015 06:09:34 +0000 To:


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