Friday, March 16, 2012

Junk Journalism

The "Assad" E-mails
Guardian skewers own credibility with hamfisted Wikileaks knock-off aimed at Syria.

"It is impossible to rule out the possibility of fakes in the email cache, but..." "The Assad E-Mails," London Guardian, March 14, 2012.

This sentence right here should have immediately halted the publication of anything revolving around an alleged cache of e-mails provided to the Guardian by the obviously compromised "Syrian opposition." The source is clearly biased, politically motivated, and their information unconfirmed. Yet the Guardian decided to run with the story anyway, casting doubt on their own objectivity, journalistic integrity, and their true motivation, which now is clearly not "journalism."

The true motivation is to demonize Syria just as the execrable MSM demonized Libya.
No one really knows how many people were slaughtered in Libya to achieve regime change for Israeli regional hegemony, but estimates start at around 50,000. War on Syria, which borders the shitty little terror entity, will butcher far more.
It doesn't dissuade corrupted media from ballyhooing anything to taint Syrians, all to paint the requisite villainous picture in your mind to justify war.
MSNBC runs with it. Please tell me you're astounded by these sinister revelations:

Syria email hack points to new 'information war'

"Details released so far range from evidence of Iranian support for Syria's crackdown to the spending of thousands of dollars on luxury items by Assad's wife and details of his iTunes account and Internet video viewing habits."


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