By Susanne Posel
Prominent radio host, Pete Santilli, of the Pete Santilli Show, relayed sourced information to me to assist in the creation of this article. You can listen to his broadcast of his show here. Pete and I collaborated on this article to bring factual and sourced information that has been vetted and is absolutely verifiable.
Molly Maroney is the Editor in Chief and Graphic Designer for InfoWars.com. This is the same website run by Alex Jones; who also runs PrisonPlanet.com, PrisonPlanet.tv and PlanetInfoWars.com (a social networking site).
Maroney was hired by Jones in July of this year to run the new endeavor of the Free Speech, LLC outfit known as the InfoWars magazine. Prior to this employment, while living in Austin, Texas, Maroney was a freelance graphic designer. However, this is the boring part of Maroney’s employment career.
In 2008, for less than a year, Maroney worked for the privately held marketing and advertising firm known as Grant Harrison Advertising. This company “is a full service marketing company specializing in graphic design, internet marketing, and search engine optimization services (SEO), branding, and social media exposure.”Maroney’s resume is very telling about her connections to Stratfor, the CIA and her role at InfoWars.com.
They have branches throughout Texas, including in Houston, Austin and Dallas.
For seven months in 2010, Maroney was employed by Parker Media, LLC which is a media production corporation. Also employed at Parker Media is Richard Parker, founder of the firm. Parker, the founder, “is both an award-winning journalist and a seasoned publishing executive; he is the former associate editor of The New Republic. Today, Parker Media’s clients include some of the biggest names in news and publishing, such as CQ-Roll Call, an Economist Group company, News Corp., CanWest Global Communications, as well as start-ups and their investors.”
Interestingly, Richard Parker’s name came up when WikiLeaks released documentation known as “The Global Intelligence Files” wherein “over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered ‘global intelligence’ company Stratfor ” was made public. These emails outlined how Stratfor, an intelligence publishing front for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), provided comprehensive intelligence for such corporations and US government agencies as:
• Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co.
• Lockheed Martin
• Northrop Grumman
• Department of Homeland Security
• US Marine Corp
• US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Startfor was involved in “selling” intelligence from informers, pay-off informants, money laundering schemes and psychological methods facilitated sourced and often raw intelligence.
The founder of Stratfor, Dr. George Friedman, has admitted that he is a Zionist.
Richard Parker himself worked for Strator an executive editor between August 1999 and August 2002.
Maroney authored a white paper with Parker entitled, “China, Cyber Espionage and US National Security” that entails how the US government can minimize “widespread business loss and government data” against the Chinese with regard to cyber espionage and cyber – attacks. This document is meant to be a “political, military and strategic” report. It is based on “intelligence gathering” with particular focus on the “proficiency in network warfare” and the modernization of potential digital wars. Maroney affirms that the US must become a leader in cybersecurity to protect national digital security against foreign nations.
From her dealings with Parker Media, Maroney became an “intern” for Stratfor. She was at the CIA – front intelligence collecting corporation for 11 months; between October 2009 and August 2010. In fact, Maroney’s employment at Parker Media and Stratfor intersected as she was working for Parker Media during the same time she was involved with Stratfor.
As Maroney was finishing her internship with Stratfor, she began working with the Texas Senate under Senator John Witmire. Witmire currently serves as Chairman of the Senate Criminal Justice Committee, member of the Senate Government Organization Committee and the Senate Finance Committee where he is involved with finalizing funding appropriations for Texas state agencies and governmental programs.
There have been suspicions that Jones has been corrupted and is working with Stratfor. Jones was making the same predictions about the events surrounding 9/11. Jones also has questionable guests who provide misinformation cloaked as intelligence like CFR member Steve Pieczenik, David MacMichael and Ray McGovern from the CIA, James Wesley Rawles from the Army Intelligence.