Saturday, October 1

MSM, War Protests and Lies


The September 24, 2005 anti-war protest in San Francisco was orchestrated and directed by none other than the North Vietnamese Communists. And the San Francisco Chronicle knew it and didn't report it.

Here they go again: The MSM (mainstream media), caught red-handed in another deception.

Look at the photo the Chronicle published on their web site as part of their report on the protest. Click here for Chronicle page.

It just so happens that someone else took a photo of that same girl at the same protest but this photo shows her environment and the people protesting with her. Click here to see the rest of the picture.

"Because the whole truth -- that the girl was part of a group of naive teenagers recruited by Communist activists to wear terrorist-style bandannas and carry Palestinian flags and obscene placards -- is disturbing, and doesn't conform to the narrative that the Chronicle is trying to promote. By presenting the photo out of context, and only showing the one image that suits its purpose, the Chronicle is intentionally manipulating the reader's impression of the rally, and the rally's intent.

Such tactics -- in the no-man's-land between ethical and unethical -- are commonplace in the media, and have been for decades. It is only now, with the advent of citizen journalism, that we can at last begin to see the whole story and realize that the public has been manipulated like this all along."

History will most likely say that bloggers saved the United States of America -- if, indeed, it can be saved. It may already be too late. . .

5 comments:

raymondi said...
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TerryTen said...
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Sunnye T said...
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American Daughter said...

Sunnye, it won't do you any good to say "Please don't advertise on my blog." Those things are automated. They are not done by a person.

There are bots that prowl the posts for keywords, and then compose a comment promoting a website selling products related to that word. It can result in some really funny combinations.

I looked through your post to see what words you had that would trigger Human Growth Hormones and discount carpet, and I can't figure it out. But I think the companies that do this are third world, and there may be some language flukes that are not apparant to English speakers.

If you look at those two comments you can see what the "fill in the blanks" options are for the comment generator. "Hey, you have an ____ blog here! _________. I have a _______site. It pretty much covers (same as last blank) related stuff. Come and check it out when you get time."

Annoying, but the only choices are to selectively erase automated comments, or to disable comments.

I don't know why your anonymous comment preventer didn't filter these???

Sunnye T said...
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