The following article was inspired by my debate, “Discussing Egypt’s Revolution“…
Anderson Cooper has the word “actor” written all over his face. To me, he’s simply not believable as the “regular person” he presents himself to be. There is something very “manufactured” him. In doing some quick research about his background, I discovered the following facts:
- Anderson Cooper is the great-great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt, a super-wealthy shipping/railroad tycoon – one of the richest Americans in history. This information reveals that Cooper is a member of the ultra-wealthy “elite” class on the very top of the hierarchy, far removed from major society. Of course, in the spirit of unhealthy self-insulation, Cornelius even married his cousin towards the end of his life, helping to keep a portion of his wealth “all in the family.”
- Cooper’s mother was famous heiress/actress and current clothes designer, Gloria Vanderbilt. Cooper’s Wiki says that she had Cooper on TV once at age 3, and modeling with Ford Models for Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Macy’s between ages 10-13. Aside from this, Cooper also went to a prestigious private school. This all adds up to the fact that Cooper was separated from society by virtue of his bloodline, to live a life of luxury and entitlement.
- Cooper attended Yale, of course, which also happens to be a huge recruiting ground for the CIA. WITH NO SURPRISE, Cooper became a member of a SECRET SOCIETY called the Manuscript Society. He might as well have joined the Skull & Bones! Just remember what JFK had to say about secret societies!
- According to his own biography, during college, Cooper spent two summers as an intern at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). This means that he is very likely to be what is commonly referred to as an “agent,” an “operative,” or a “plant.” For me, this internship automatically send his credibility into the sub-zero region. And of course, after he left the CIA, Cooper immediately entered Myanmar on his own, under no news outlet, with a forged press pass and met with students fighting the Burmese government. Hmmm… that doesn’t sound AT ALL like being an “agent,” now does it? Cooper’s actions have “Operation Mockingbird” written all over them. As many already know, the CIA has repeatedly used secret agents to forment revolutions in foreign countries around the world in order to overthrow leaders that are unfriendly to corporate interests, and install puppet regimes that can be controlled.
- In the article, “Anderson Cooper’s Private War” by Po Bronson; Men’s Journal, March 2007, Cooper discusses his coverage of the Rwandan Genocide, and reveals his ” macabre fascination” with death, as he “whipped out his disposable camera” to take a picture of the hand of a woman’s corpse, because her skin “was peeling off like a glove.” Apparently, someone took a picture of him doing it, and showed it to him, and he was allegedly impacted enough to switch jobs, but only temporarily, of course. Hmmm… This says a lot about Cooper’s level of detachment from humanity… Having everything you need in life, materially, while being completely self-insulated from society, must be TERRIBLY BORING.
- Finally, Cooper was, of course, an actual ACTOR, at one point. Between 2001-2002, he starred as the host of the ABC network reality series, “The Mole” (oh, the irony of that title, considering his work with the CIA! Talk about “hidden in plain sight”!). He stayed on board the show for its first two seasons!