Friday, April 07, 2006

Re: [political-research] Re: [ctrl] Bloglines - Neocons Give Corporate Media Marching Orders

I'm remembering a similar "hoax" about Canada arresting Bushie for War
Al the it's a hoax, it's a hoax shouting dround out the news that Bush
really was charged in a warcrimes suit elsewhere in canada.

Now whenever someone says something about the "marching orders" the
media has been given, some sucker will holler it's a hoax, it's a hoax,
practically on cue.
Instead, they should holler it's a setup, it's a setup.

Another instance I can think of where they pulled an intentional "hoax"
routine was when one of the Warmonger generals supposedly apolognzed for
blowing up an Iraqi Wedding party.
The only part that was hoaxed was the guy's apology.
But the buzz became that the entire incident was a hoax, to un-happen
the wedding party mass murder that WAS real.

Then there's the spate of cropped enlargements being passed off as
"original photos" such as the Luton Still.
First they enlarge a picture until it's all bloomy and impressionistic
looking. Then they claim that the picture looks "fake." This is easy,
cos all enlargements look cartoonie once made bigger than their
resolution can support.
Then the event, not merely the picture, is denounced as fake.

Sean McBride wrote:
> Good catch -- the news story which Nimmo teed off on was in fact a
> hoax. I should have researched this a bit before reposting it. The
> story felt a bit weird to me, but then again everything about the Bush
> administration has felt extremely weird since day one.
> */Fight The Future <>/* wrote:
> Nimmo fell for a HOAX !
> Here's the cited link for the article in question:
> Now the Whois info for that domain - which was created last Sunday
> (the day before the article's date):
> Domain Name: FOX-NEWS.US
> <>
> Domain ID: D9872716-US
> Sponsoring Registrar: .US REGISTRAR L.L.C
> <>.
> Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
> Registrant ID: 25433667
> Registrant Name: Guerrilla Funk Music
> Registrant Organization: Guerrilla Funk Music
> Registrant Address1: P.O
> <>. Box 2317
> Registrant City: Danville
> Registrant State/Province: CA
> Registrant Postal Code: 94526
> Registrant Country: United States
> Registrant Country Code: US
> Registrant Phone Number: +1.9257671234
> <>
> Registrant Facsimile Number: +1.1231231234
> <>
> Registrant Email:
> <>
> Domain Registration Date: Sun Apr 02 14:56:43 GMT 2006
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> For years I have said the Straussian neocons in the Bush
> administration provide the corporate media with its daily script.
> Now comes direct evidence this is precisely the case. “In a
> disturbing turn of events for an administration already plagued by
> sagging poll numbers and waning support for the Iraq war, Friday’s
> revelation that the Bush Administration issued direct guidelines
> for programming to media outlets is troubling even die-hard
> conservatives,” reports Fox News
> <,3566,190215,00.html>. “Late Friday
> a series of memos between senior Bush Administration officials and
> management at Viacom, Inc. were leaked calling for the media giant
> to focus on stories and programming choices that ‘reinforce the
> Administration’s positions’ and to ‘ignore and/or discredit points
> of view in opposition to the Bush Administration’s foreign policy
> objectives for the purposes of National Security,’” in other words
> for the purposes of the Straussian neocon agenda for one hundred
> or more years of horrific and bloody conflict, otherwise known as
> the “Clash of Civilizations,” beginning in Iraq and panning out to
> encompass Iran, but ultimately including the entire Middle East
> and eventually if suicidally going up against China and Russia,
> two countries armed to the teeth with nukes.
> Fox quotes a bevy of Democrats and others who are quite naturally
> outraged by the revelation. However, Democrats in particular are,
> to say the least, a day late and a dollar short. Barbara Boxer
> cranked out a statement calling for a congressional inquiry,
> something she and the Democrats should have done years ago when it
> became more than obvious Bush, who is nothing more than a sock
> puppet of the murderous neocons, planned to invade the Middle East
> and dismantle the Constitution. Instead, most Democrats signed up
> for the two-pronged war on Islam and the Bill of Rights. Now they
> are screaming bloody murder, calling for impeachment—but it is
> late, far too late, as Bush is essentially a dictator and nothing
> short of rolling tanks up to the steps of the White House will
> remove him from office, an office gained illicitly through Supreme
> Court appointment and fixed elections.
> At least as disturbing are the comments of Senate Majority Leader
> Bill Frist, the Doctor Josef Mengele of the animal kingdom, who
> “took a more defensive stance,” according to Fox News. “Of course
> it raises some concerns, but we can’t let this issue be blown out
> of proportion. Of course there have to be media guidelines. Hell,
> if we want to plant I.D. chips in people and torture their loved
> ones until they break, we will. I know the idea of governmental
> control over what the media can or cannot say during wartime may
> be an uncomfortable topic for some to digest, but it is a
> necessary fact of life when our enemies are trying to kill us.”
> I had to read Frist’s quote a couple times because it was
> difficult to wrap my mind around the fact Frist, as one of the
> most powerful and influential men in Washington, has admitted we
> can expect to be microchipped and have our children or parents
> tortured if we dare to disagree with the government. In a couple
> dozen words, Bill Frist has confirmed what many of us have known
> for years—our government, under the control of a handful of
> neocons and neoliberal criminals, not only controls what the
> corporate media reports, but is hell-bent on turning America into
> a fascist dictatorship, complete with microchips and all facets of
> the high-tech surveillance Panopticon. Now that Frist has let slip
> that this is our future, I feel vindicated—for all the good such
> does for the sake of humanity and the once noble ideals of our
> trashed Constitutional republic.
> Of course, these current revelations may go the way of the dodo
> bird in short order, as the corporate media is likely not too keen
> to admit and discuss at length their handmaid role in reporting
> the news as dictated by a gaggle of Machiavellian criminals. If
> you doubt this, consider the fact that after it was revealed Bush
> gave the order to out CIA agent Valerie Plame—that is to say, Dick
> Cheney and the Straussian neocons gave the order because Bush does
> not tie his shoes without first consulting them—the corporate
> media, gathered around Press Secretary Scott McClellan in standard
> fashion (for their daily script snippets), did not bother to bring
> the issue up, instead concentrating on immigration, terrorism,
> Katrina and Iran. “But there wasn’t a single question about
> President Bush authorizing Scooter Libby to share highly
> classified information with reporters,” comments Judd on the Think
> Progress <>
> blog.
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