(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The following is a rather sensational article because it discusses the beloved Dalai Lama’s involvement with the CIA. While this data might draw the religious figure into question, the destruction of Tibet and the people there is well established.
(Geopolitics) That the Tibetan Dalai Lama is a CIA asset was just a conspiracy theory, has now been confirmed as fact by the Los Angeles Times and the agency itself.
This brings to question how much of what the media consider as theory now would end up later on as fact?
Source – Geopolitics
by Staff Writer, December 19th, 2016
How much of what the media consider as “fake news” right now would end up later on as the accurate account of an event?
In short, what gives them the authority to determine what is factual and truthful when their own journalistic standards and ethics include telling their readers mere half-truths for a while, i.e. when it is in the best interest of other institutions they are still working with in the interim?
The Los Angeles Times reports,