Sean McBride wrote:
The page referencing the Associated Press was bogus. It reads like an Onion story when you pay close attention, although not quite as well done.
Thanks, somehow I missed the clarifications that were posted before.
The neocons don't give the corporate media marching orders, by the way. The mainstream media are for the most part neocon/neolib-owned. The owners of the mainstream media are much more powerful than most high-level government and think tank members and officials. The government works for this international network of feudal billionaires, not vice-versa.
The actual situation that is developing is much scarier than the scenario suggested by this satire.
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