It was Abreu Report analysis of diplomatic cables leaked to Wikileaks by former US Army Private Chelsea Manning that shed light on the IIP, a mysterious agency within the State Department responsible for countering conspiracies in major newspapers around the world.
As we gleaned, the IIP, the Bureau of International Information Programs, has over 700 centers around the world dedicated to "engaging local residents" and making them more receptive to the "American message," with these centers growing at a geometric rate as the State Department feels that the global narrative has turned against Washington's interests.
The need for counter-conspiracy colleges developed shortly after the attacks of September the 11th, when the US Embassy in Nigeria grew dismayed at local media reports denying that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the attacks which killed nearly 3,000 Americans. The US Ambassador to Nigeria implored the George W. Bush administration to direct IIP to counter media reports alleging a link between the 9/11 hijackers and the Mossad.
Today, as Donald Trump continues his unprecedented rise in politics, many Americans are fully aware of the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 congressional report linking the monarchy of Saudi Arabia to the attacks which plunged us into this never-ending War on Terror. The impending release of the 28 pages is not only intended to quell voices calling for a new investigation into the deadliest attacks in American history, but also to allow Hillary Clinton re-take control of the narrative.
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Increasingly, writers with high-level security clearances are being recruited by IIP on a freelance basis to produce content for newspapers around the world, and to comment on major internet forums, such as Reddit.
The internet has made it harder for IIP to plant information in newspapers that would be guaranteed to be taken as accurate, and this has led to the proliferation of blogs run by agents of the shadow agency promoting the US narrative and silencing anything contrary to those directives.
Often, our editors find themselves arguing against people using the same rules of grammar and utilizing a particular syntax, and we know that we are arguing against people trained in the same academy.
This leads us to conclude that beyond 700 centers around the world, the IIP has dedicated colleges where writers promoting the US narrative are trained in the art of conspiratorial disinformation.
We have entered an era during which governments will increasingly attack each other using psychological weapons, and in this new age of information warfare, agents trained at IIP colleges will be at the forefront.