Brad Meltzer confirmed disinformation agent

I’ve always been griping about the show Brad Meltzer’s Decoded because it felt like they were out to disprove theories more than prove them (and not to mention their subliminal advertising for being car salesmen). In the January 2013 issue of Costco Connection they interview Meltzer and he comes out and says he was a paid spy for the government under what is called the ‘Red Cell’ program. The purpose of the Red Cell team is to test the effectiveness of the government to respond to certain crisis. They selected Meltzer because of his creative writing background and had him write scenarios of disaster.

So does this confirm he’s a disinformation agent? I believe if you look at all of those shows “conclusions” of conspiracy theories added with his insider job experience, yes, it does. Click on the image to expand and read the article.

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Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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  1. I’m watching his decoded show right now and he’s such a tool. He’s a fembot Mr. Clean rip off. I’d pick him up bully style from his pencil neck and throw him back a good yard. He’s only out to disprove theories with his three little “mystery busters”. The show just runs its self into a circle almost evertime with an after taste of “don’t question anything” mentality. He’s a gatekeeper, a shill, and an agent. Not to be trusted. He constantly does that low illuminati pyramid hand gesture as he speaks too.

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