Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Who is Behind The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists...?

A: "Them."

Pyjama Media.

NeoConservatives never do or think anything even remotely original, and you can smell it on them from a mile away, swathed around a burning, purtid thirst for REVENGE - in 1990s, they were determined to force  [Bill] Clinton from office in shame and disgrace in the non-existent Whitewatergate Scamdal as payback for the actions of Congressional Democrats 20 years earlier in the wake of Watergate. 

Because, you know - both cases were, like, EXACTLY the same...

Neo-Con Turd Richard Miniter, and "friend", c.2002

It's not "The Panama Papers", it's "The PYJAMA Papers" - as in Pyjama Media, the privatised Intelligence content-mill that produced Innocence of Muslims in 2012 - these people really are as stupid as they assume we all are...

"Why don't you try one of these Jamacian cigars, Mr. Ambassador, they're pretty good!"

The Ginger Twat Milner poses au debonair for his mates with an undersized stogie cigar, whilst razzing on the House of Clinton for Monicagate.

Which is likely the closest he has, or will ever get to an actual fat ginger twat, or anything even remotely close to that.

Quoting Alex Constantine, author of The Covert War Against Rock and Psychic Dictatorship :

"Shortly after the September 11 attacks, Miniter left the Journal to join the investigative reporting team of the Sunday Times (of London), Britain's largest quality paper. Miniter co-wrote a four-part series, "The Road to Ground Zero." The series won first prize by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

In early 2002, Miniter was contracted to write a book that became Losing bin Laden. He would spend the next 18 months reporting from Khartoum, Cairo, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London, Paris and Washington to offer an authoritative account of the bin Laden menace during the Clinton years. It became a New York Times bestseller, peaking at no. 9 in September 2003. Losing bin Laden was cited on NBC's "Meet the Press" by host Tim Russert. The book was also praised in columns by George F. Will, Steve Forbes and Robert Novak.

Miniter's next book was drawn from on-the-ground reporting in Iraq, Kuwait, Egypt, Sudan, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines. Shadow War: The Untold Story of How America is Winning the War on Terror became his second New York Times bestseller, debuting at no.7.

Miniter's latest book is entitled Disinformation: 22 Media Myths That Undermine the War on Terror. Based on exclusive interviews and official documents, the book challenges many widely-held notions: that Bin Laden was trained or financed by the CIA in the 1980s, that Halliburton profiteered in Iraq, that profiling Arabs at airports would stop terrorism, and that the U.S.-Mexico border is an open door for Al Qaeda."

Q : What is The Center for Public Integrity?


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The Center for Public Integrity is a U.S.-based non-profit investigative journalism group that was founded by Charles Lewis.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists "was launched in 1997 as a project of the Center for Public Integrity to extend globally the Center's style of watchdog journalism in the public interest by marshaling the talents of the world's leading investigative reporters to focus on issues that do not stop at water's edge." [1]


When the CPI was established in May 1990, advertising and government grants were ruled out. Aside from foundations, the CPI gained $US500,000 in its first five years from a smattering of corporations - Intel, W. R. Grace & Co, DuPont and Milliken & Co, and a public service employees union.

Corporate and union funding inevitably attracted criticism about potential conflicts of interest that echoed charges the CPI levelled at others. The CPI now excludes funding from corporations or unions and is laregly funded by philanthropic foundations.

Charles Lewis, a former producer at CBS and ABC television networks, founded CPI and served as its executive director until 2004.

Major Institutional Funders


Accessed July 2013: [2]

  • Bill BuzenbergMolly Bingham , Charles EisendrathDan A. EmmettBruce A. Finzen , Matthew W. GranadeArianna HuffingtonJames A. KiernanSteve KroftHendrik-Jan Laseurennifer LeeSusan LoewenbergBevis LongstrethOlivia MaCraig NewmarkGilbert OmennScott SieglerMarianne Szegedy-Maszak , Matt Thompson

Former Directors


Advisory Board

Contact details

910 17th Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: (202) 466-1300


Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. About, Center for Public Integrity, accessed June 11, 2008.
  2. Center for Public Integrity Board, organizational web page, accessed July 18, 2013.

External links

  • Bob Burton, "Journalism's new standard bearers", Media, The Australian, July 19, 2001.

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