Carter Page, PhD, described as, “the former backbench Trump adviser who keeps boomeranging into the public square because of his murky associations with Russians.”, is quoted as saying, “It’s sort of like an extended plebe year bringing the humiliation to a national and global level courtesy of the U.S. Government’s propaganda network and some mainstream media brands,”.
The Washington Post, used parenthesis in mid-sentence to editorialize Carter Page’s statement about the infamous Class of 1993 Plebe Year:
(At Page’s alma mater, the U.S. Naval Academy, first-year plebes endure a humbling boot-camp-style orientation.)
In so doing, The Washington Post misled public trust by failing to mention the notable “extended plebe year” highlighted in Page’s prescient quote, about an extraordinary period in history, at the world’s premiere leadership laboratory, that made global news headlines, decades prior to the Me Too Movement, Black Lives Matter and Obamagate.
VICTOR -HUGO VACA II QUOTED IN THE SUN FRONT PAGE USNA ARTICLE
Carter Page and New York born Hispanic writer and maverick artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II survived the “extended plebe year” mentioned in his prophetic Washington Post quote.
The warnings of toxic leadership at the highest levels of United States government fueled by Operation Mockingbird-like propaganda from fake news outlets, are echoed by both former U.S. Naval Academy Midshipman, “The Man In the Memo”, Carter Page, and Victor-Hugo Vaca II, the outspoken, award-winning screenwriter/director of “Crackhead Jesus: The Movie”, a film about the origins of modern-art-gonzo-journalism.
Victor-Hugo Vaca II graduated from the United States Naval Academy Preparatory School at The Newport Naval Base in Newport, Rhode Island, before serving alongside Carter Page as a Midshipman Officer during the notorious USNA Class of 93 Plebe Summer.
Victor-Hugo Vaca II documented the experience in a diary of the world on canvas he calls modern-art-gonzo-journalism.
A recent front-page USA Today Network article about the history of the Forrest Gump-like artist, Victor-Hugo Vaca II, focused on the scandal-ridden “extended plebe year” referenced by Carter Page, in his telling Washington Post quote.
The Miami Herald featured a front-page article, that was picked up and published by several news outlets, including The Seattle Times, titled, “Diary Of A Year In Hell”, by Mike Wilson, highlighting the “extended plebe year”, referenced in the Carter Page quote.
The syndicated article downplayed the severity of the situation and ignored the USNA Midshipman Officer’s warnings about how fake news propaganda, nurturing toxic leadership at the highest levels of government, could germinate a Constitutional crisis, like Obamagate, while destroying public trust in mainstream media news outlets, like CNN.
The warnings of toxic leadership at the highest levels of United States government fueled by Operation Mockingbird-like propaganda from fake news outlets are echoed by both former U.S. Naval Academy Midshipman, “The Man In the Memo”, Carter Page, and Victor-Hugo Vaca II, the outspoken, award-winning screenwriter/director of “Crackhead Jesus: The Movie”.
Victor-Hugo Vaca II recently published a modern art graphic novel series inspired by the “extended plebe year” mentioned in Carter Page’s quote, narrated by “Crackhead Jesus”, the censored fictional anti-hero.
The ten-part graphic novel series authored and illustrated by Carter Page’s United States Naval Academy classmate, Victor-Hugo Vaca II, uses modern-art-gonzo-journalism to examine how the leadership laboratory in Annapolis, Maryland has shaped the development of democracy throughout the world and how fake news nurtures a serial-killer spinal-surgeon operating out of the Washington D.C. area.
“I guess the Washington Post is right if the sexual assault of Plebes by toxic leadership is considered humbling and mainstream media’s collusion with such criminals to suppress the whole truth is considered a boot-camp-style orientation to fake news journalism.”- Victor-Hugo Vaca II