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What’s shocking is the name of the billionaire who co-invested with the US government (or as Wheeler put it: the “dark deep force” acting on behalf of “Pax Americana”).
Step out of the shadows…. Wheeler’s boss, Pierre Omidyar.
Yes, in the annals of independent media, this might be the strangest twist ever: According to financial disclosures and reports seen by Pando, the founder and publisher of Glenn Greenwald’s government-bashing blog,“The Intercept,” co-invested with the US government to help fund regime change in Ukraine.
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Do you have a better source?
I can't take the one you provided as credible for the fact that a kid was pleasuring himself with a hot pocket.
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After cycling through the documents, Ames comes up with an indictment of the whole operation:
What all this adds up to is a journalistic conflict-of-interest of the worst kind: Omidyar working hand-in-glove with US foreign policy agencies to interfere in foreign governments, co-financing regime change with well-known arms of the American empire — while at the same time hiring a growing team of soi-disant ”independent journalists” which vows to investigate the behavior of the US government at home and overseas, and boasts of its uniquely “adversarial” relationship towards these government institutions.
The PandoDaily story carried no response from First Look or from Omidyar. When the Erik Wemple Blog last night asked Carr how much time his organization had given the First Look people to comment, he responded, “A small number of hours.” The reason Carr and Ames didn’t give them longer is tactical. “Honestly, I was thinking, ‘I don’t trust Greenwald one bit.’ He would have a response up before we even post our thing,” says Carr.