The Truman Doctrine
By Atom Bergstrom
Globalism metastasized during the Truman Administration.
The Truman Doctrine needed a propaganda arm.
One World Order bureaucrats created the Office of Public Information in January, 1943, supervised by John Sloan Dickey (1907-1991).
According to Wikipedia (last updated Jun. 11, 2020) …
“Dickey had a varied career: partner at a major Boston law firm, special assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State and later to the Secretary of State, a member of the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs and the division of World Trade Intelligence, and Director of the State Department’s Office of Public Affairs.”
The Office of Public Information was renamed the Office of Public Affairs in 1946 in what is now called the Harry S. Truman Building, the headquarters of the U.S. Department of State (2201 C Street, NW).
This building (both “Old State” and “New State”) was originally called Foggy Bottom.
The Office of Public Information turned the mainstream media into the lap dogs of the Deep State in 1944, via the following Divisions …
Division of Current Information
Division of Research and Publications
Division of Motion Picture and Radio
Division of Science, Education, and Art
Division of Public Liaison
Division of Public Opinion Research
Eat your heart out, Edward Bernays!
We’re talking “international public relations,” not just domestic.
For more information, check out the following personages …
Dean Acheson (1893-1971)
William Burnett Benton (1900-1973)
James Francis Byrnes (1882-1972)
Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982)
George Marshall (1880-1959)
Francis Henry Russell (1904-1989)
According to Ray Peat (Nov. 28, 2016) …
“The huge amount of money the C.I.A. had from the Marshall Plan allowed them, starting around 1950, to shape the culture and political movements in the U.S., providing carrots to complement the FBI’s sticks. Their biggest achievement has probably been to obliterate coherent thinking about the meaning of ‘left’ and ‘right’ in politics. People with policies very much like Mussolini’s call themselves liberals, and promote war. The culture has been shaped to exclude the idea of class from political thinking. Several years ago, when John Edwards spoke of social class issues during his campaign for the presidency, the media immediately stopped treating him as a viable candidate. Trump’s focus on class issues helped to infuriate his opposition, but didn’t stop people from voting. If class becomes a continuing part of political discussion, it might lead toward a restoration of democracy.”