CNN's Anderson Cooper's CIA Secret
Anderson Cooper, the CNN political pundit, has a secret that he DOES NOT want the world to know -- that while at YALE, he interned at the CIA. While it is denied that he is STILL a CIA operative, the operational nature of THE COMPANY is such that there is NO SUCH THING as a FORMER CIA operative. Once accepted, CIA agent status is a job for LIFE!
The CIA has long been known to select agent recruits from Yale University, particularly from the 'Skull & Bones' Satanic fraternity. With the news that CNN political pundit Anderson Cooper interned at CIA headquarters in Langley, VA USA, I personally find it impossible to believe that he is no longer an agent. The mainstream news media outlets all have at least ONE CIA operative on their staffs, and this is one of many ways they control the news that tens of millions of Americans see, hear, and read on a daily basis.
When I consider that Cooper was also host of the short-lived ABC-TV reality series THE MOLE, I simply cannot believe that the show wasn't a coded message to those who have the eyes to see and the ears to hear. The mesage telling them that THE MOLE was actually the host of the show. Nothing surprises me anymore, especially when we are talking about an embedded news media, that has been infiltrated by these intelligence operatives.
Anderson Cooper has only 673,000 daily viewers, and as such, isn't commanding much of an audience. In fact, the only type of programming that tolerates such low ratings are the news broadcasts. If prime-time programming received such low ratings, these shows (including Mr. Cooper's), would be cancelled. This shows me the level of desperation there is in getting anyone to believe the false-news and propaganda spewed forth by these so-called news programs.
ANDERSON COOPER'S CIA SECRET
by Jeff Bercovici
September 8, 2006 8:00 AM
Anderson Cooper has long traded on his biography, carving a niche for himself as the most human of news anchors. But there's one aspect of his past that the silver-haired CNN star has never made public: the months he spent training for a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.
Following his sophomore and junior years at Yale—a well-known recruiting ground for the CIA—Cooper spent his summers interning at the agency's monolithic headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in a program for students interested in intelligence work. His involvement with the agency ended there, and he chose not to pursue a job with the agency after graduation, according to a CNN spokeswoman, who confirmed details of Cooper's CIA involvement to Radar.
"Whatever summer jobs or internships our anchors had in college couldn't be less consequential," she added. He has kept the experience a secret, sources say, out of concern that, if widely known, it might compromise his ability to travel in foreign countries and even possibly put him at greater risk from terrorists.
"He doesn't want to be any more of a target than he already is," says one Anderson confidante. On the other hand, as Bob Woodruff and others have learned, American journalists are already prime targets in the world's conflict zones, and are typically accused of having CIA ties even where none exist. And by not disclosing his training before now, Cooper has arguably made it into a potential issue. "It creates the appearance of something smelly there," says a former CNN official who knows Cooper. (Particularly in light of the period Anderson spent studying Vietnamese at the University of Hanoi after college. Soon after, Cooper apparently gave up his Bond fantasy to pursue a career in journalism -- except for a brief period when he starred as host of ABC's reality show, The Mole.)
According to the spokeswoman, Cooper told his bosses at CNN about his time with the agency. But even if he hadn't, says Walter Isaacson, who headed the network from 2001 to 2003 and is now president of the Aspen Institute, it's not the sort of thing that would automatically require disclosure, since the stint was brief and far in the past. "I think what he did was probably fine and cool, and I've got no problems with it," he added.
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Anderson Cooper's CIA Secret (September 6, 2006)
CNN - Anderson Cooper 360° Website
ABC-TV The Mole - Anderson Cooper Profile Page
Anderson Cooper 360°
Central Intelligence Agency