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NPR’s new CEO is a CIA woman involved in building a “global censorship prison”
By Zoey Sky // May 28, 2024

In recent months, women involved with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have worked behind the scenes to achieve one sinister goal: a "global censorship prison."

New NPR (National Public Radio) CEO Katherine Maher, 41, has an odd resume, having worked at a CIA cutout, the National Democratic Institute, the World Bank and the United Nations Children's Fund. Maher also worked at the Council on Foreign Relations, the Center for Technology and Democracy, the Digital Public Library of America and Wikipedia.

Within the same week of the announcement of Maher becoming NPR's new CEO, the government of Tunisia accused her of working for the CIA during the Arab Spring.

Christopher F. Rufo's investigation of her career revealed that Maher was involved in color revolutions.

The alleged purpose of color revolutions, so-called after the Rose Revolution, Orange Revolution and Tulip Revolution in Georgia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan, respectively, is to replace authoritarian regimes with Western liberal democracies.

Both American and European intelligence services are usually heavily involved in these revolutions, with the organizations aiming to spread modern ideologies and undermine geopolitical opponents. Maher is a minor figure in these movements and she has recently come to greater prominence.

Maher was involved in the wave of color revolutions that took place in North Africa and the Middle East in the 2010s, also known as the Arab Spring. She then supported the post-George Floyd upheavals in the United States.

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While at NPR, Maher had been accused of left-wing bias and suppressing dissent. (Related: SUPPRESSED: NY appeals court DECLINES Trump’s request to overturn GAG order.)

Maher refusing to testify to Congress regarding allegations of bias

Amid heightened allegations of political bias within NPR, Maher is refusing to testify before Congress to participate in an investigation of the taxpayer-funded network.

Berliner's accusations regarding how the network has allowed progressive politics to affect its coverage of major stories has concerned multiple Republicans. Berliner cited the network's coverage of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the investigation into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 election and the smothering of stories regarding Hunter Biden's laptop as examples of bias.

"As a taxpayer funded, public radio organization, NPR should focus on fair and objective news reporting that both considers and reflects the views of the larger U.S. population and not just a niche audience," said Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Bob Latta (R-OH) and Morgan Griffith (R-VA) in the six-page letter that notified Maher of the investigation and requested her presence at Congress. "The [House Energy and Commerce] Committee has concerns about the direction in which NPR may be headed under past and present leadership."

A spokesperson for NPR confirmed that Maher has refused all invitations to speak before the House of Representatives. "NPR respects the Committee and its request and has offered to testify on a date in the near future that works for the Committee and Maher," said the spokesperson.

In response to Maher's refusal, a spokesperson for the Energy and Commerce Committee claimed that "it speaks volumes" that the NPR's new CEO refuses "to answer for how her taxpayer-funded news outlet discriminates against the viewpoints of millions of Americans."

Visit Censorship.news for more stories about how the U.S. government censors freedom of speech.

Watch the full video below of "Hagmann Rerpot" as host Dough Hagmann and Randy Taylor talk about censorship and other topics.

This video is from the Hagmann Report channel on Brighteon.com.

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Court ruling means full extent of secret CIA plot against Julian Assange might be uncovered.

Conservative think tank’s lawsuit alleges CIA obstructed the handover of COVID-19 records.

WHISTLEBLOWER: CIA bribed its own agents to change their position regarding COVID-19 origins.

Flemish MEP warns right-wingers will be censored and kicked off social media.

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