Wednesday, June 13, 2007

No News Is Good News

MSM is a fucking disgrace. With Iraq and Afghanistan being exposed as monumental war crimes and our gang of vicious thugs being exposed as psychotic mass murderers the whoring corporate media continue to fail the american people. Take a look at the top five stories from last week according to the Project For Excellence in Journalism:

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The war-free news Scrubbed clean?

"I feel like this shouldn't surprise me any more, but it does. With some 160,000 Americans fighting in Iraq, and another 20,000 in Afghanistan, and with the Iraq "surge" continuing to build, (and with American casualties rising as a result), it would seem like the war is pretty big news. The fact that it's not is nothing short of a national disgrace."

The trend is undeniable. The war criminals in Washington blithely continue their atrocities and are being propped up and hidden from public view by toadying sycophants. Their sick, shameful activities would make people vomit and want to string them up if truth were known so the media covers their sorry asses. This direction is so obvious Bill O'Really over at Pox felt the need to attack critics.
Here's a story I'll bet you never heard because of media blackout. Because the tyrants want to continue the war on the world's people to control all resources the set up a new military command structure called AFRICOM to do their dirty work in brand new territory. Hitting the ground running, theyve been busy with the AC130 gunships in the horn of Africa:

'Kill Anyone Still Alive': American Special Ops in Somalia

"How many people did American forces actually kill when they attacked refugees fleeing from the U.S.-backed Ethiopian invasion of Somalia last January? We know from reports by Oxfam, the Guardian, the Associated Press and Reuters that dozens of innocent civilians were slaughtered near the Kenyan border, including villagers and nomadic tribesmen hit by American gunships seeking to kill alleged al Qaeda operatives who may or may not have been among the refugees. But a new story in Esquire magazine — detailing the creation of America's most recent military satrapy, the Africa Command — provides disturbing indications that the post-invasion killing by American operatives in Somalia was far more extensive — and deliberate — than previously known."

To show in graphic terms how sick this trend is to desperately divert attention away from news every american should be paying attention to, here is a short clip from MSNBC. Peter pace is the outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman who some say is being fired because he wasn't on board the plan to fucking nuke Iran, or at least he was opposed to a wider war in the middle east.
A disturbing and important subject, no?
See how MSNBC treats it.

"With obvious yelling in the background, MSNBC cut away from an interview with Colonel Rick Francona on the Defense Secretary replacing the Joint Chiefs Chairman Peter Pace, to show Paris Hilton leaving her house in West Hollywood to attend court."
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