Berto Jongman: Proof Positive Neo-Cons Orchestrated Russia Today On Air Resignation of Recently Demoted & Disgruntled Employee

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How Cold War-Hungry Neocons Stage Managed Liz Wahl’s Resignation

EXTRACT

It is the story, according to former colleagues, of an apolitical, deeply disgruntled employee seeking an exit strategy from a job where, sources say, she was disciplined for unprofessional behavior and had been demoted. Wahl did not return several voice and text messages sent to her cell phone.

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At the center of the intrigue is a young neoconservative writer and activist who helped craft Wahl’s strategy and exploit her resignation to propel the agenda of a powerful pro-war lobby in Washington.

The story began at 5:07 PM on March 5.

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It was a full 19 minutes before Wahl had resigned. Inside the offices of the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI), a neoconservative think tank in Washington DC, a staffer logged on to the group’s Twitter account to https://twitter.com/ForeignPolicyI/status/441334090298437634>announce the following:

“#WordOnTheStreet says that something big might happen on RT in about 20-25 minutes.”

Then, at 5:16, exactly ten minutes before Wahl would quit on air, FPI tweeted:

“#WordOnTheStreet says you’re really going to want to tune in to RT: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ #SomethinBigMayBeGoingDown”

Up until two minutes before Wahl’s resignation, FPI took to Twitter again and again to urge its followers to tune in to RT.

And finally, at 5:26 PM, at the very moment Wahl quit, FPI’s Twitter account broke the news: “RT Anchor RESIGNS ON AIR. She ‘cannot be part of a network that whitewashes the actions of Putin.’ ”

The tweets from FPI suggested a direct level of coordination between Wahl and the neoconservative think tank. Several calls to FPI for this story were not answered.

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