Source: Martial Law Network
As we sit in the darkened theatre and watch the curtain rise, we see amazing things transpiring upon the stage. Instead of the artistic endeavours of the past three thousand years of human culture, we see the bickering infantilism of ‘reality television’. Instead of the cohesive power and pride of the human spirit in its ability to transcend difference, we see torture’s use rationalized as a legitimate tool in the new war of terror. Instead of the projection of the hero and his or her mythic quest for self actualization, the hero is sneered at, and we are presented, instead, with the anti-hero as a model for behaviour – fools, puppet presidents, and countless examples of callow, snivelling adults stumbling through their meaningless lives in Fox sitcoms. We see news panel show hosts that no longer know if the world is flat or round, and beauty pageant contestants that wouldn’t be able to find America on a map of America, much less the world. Although, perhaps she could be forgiven for this mistake, given that there is so very little of it left.
Source: The Daily Mail
Schools will have to issue a warning before they show pupils Al Gore’s controversial film about global warming, a judge indicated yesterday. During the three-day hearing, the court heard that the critically acclaimed film contains a number of inaccuracies, exaggerations and statements about global warming.
COINTELPROAgent, whom I will call COPagent for short, is stalking Digg users and spamming Digg with government propaganda. He’s on the payroll, working all day long trolling Digg. Let’s examine some of these headlines for humor’s sake…
Did you think that government hiring a Digg bury brigade and MySpace army recruiters was enough?
At the urging of top conservative bloggers, the White House set up a Friday morning conference call to promote its message on the subject of executive privilege, RAW STORY has found.
Friday morning’s conference call was not the first time the White House has promoted its message to bloggers. According to conservative blogger Robert Bluey, the Bush White House convened bloggers on the phone to speak about avian flu in 2006, and on Iraq at the beginning of the 110th Congress in January.
“…the President cannot be subpoenaed, and neither can his advisers, who do not require Congressional confirmation to serve,” the Bush official was reported to have said. “The President has the power to order them to keep silent about their advisory activities.”
Source: GCN Network
Ann Coulter came out with a paperback entitled “Godless: The Church of Liberalism.” She tries to reinforce the false left-right paradigm through her writing, but exposes her narrow-minded, uneducated views on Alex Jones’ radio show. Alex sets her straight at the end of the show. A must listen!
Some great video coverage on Fox demonizing Iran before the attack.
Well, they’re at it again.
The History Channel, which is owned 37.5% by Disney, 37.5% by Hearst Publishing and 25% by NBC (which is owned by General Electric, a big military industrial complex player) aired a hit piece against the 9/11 Truth Movement.
The documentary was full of lies, fallacies, mis-statements, hacked-up video clips, and color and video morphing.
But thankfully people are being more sophisticated these days and aren’t believing all the lies that the MSM is giving to them.
For more info on what they did, and similar hit pieces, see: