George Clooney Paid by Lockheed Martin to Oppose War Profiteering by Africans Disloyal to the U.S. Agenda

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Clooney’s new organization, “The Sentry,” is part of The Enough Project, which is part of the Center for American Progress, which is a leading backer of “humanitarian” wars, and various other wars for that matter — and which is funded by the world’s top war profiteer, Lockheed Martin, and by number-two Boeing, among other war profiteers.

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Global Research, July 23, 2015

george-clooney-toastGeorge Clooney is being paid by the world’s top two war profiteers, Lockheed-Martin and Boeing, to oppose war profiteering by Africans disloyal to the U.S. government’s agenda.

Way back yonder before World War II, war profiteering was widely frowned on in the United States. Those of us trying to bring back that attitude, and working for barely-funded peace organizations, ought to be thrilled when a wealthy celebrity like George Clooney decides to take on war profiteering, and the corporate media laps it up.

“Real leverage for peace and human rights will come when the people who benefit from war will pay a price for the damage they cause,” said Clooney — without encountering anything like the blowback Donald Trump received when he criticized John McCain.

Really, is that all it takes to give peace a chance, a celebrity? Will…

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2 thoughts on “George Clooney Paid by Lockheed Martin to Oppose War Profiteering by Africans Disloyal to the U.S. Agenda

  1. It appears, that Hollywood is used frequently, to influence public opinion … I have noticed a correlation with movies that precede events and it seems too much for coincidence anymore…..

    I learned a while back that ‘Holly Wood’ is what is used in the Magicians wand…. A magician is a master of illusion, so it makes one wonder if that is where Hollywood got its’ name… 🙂

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    • It strikes me that Hollywood stars are virtually equivalent to the monarchy in countries that continue to support the ultimate manifestation of a ruling elite. Because ordinary people have no hope of getting their basic needs met in contemporary society, they obsessively and vicariously follow the lives of the rich and famous.

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