June 06, 2010

Our American News Media

Man our media is fucked up. Most of our news and public media attacks Obama or paints him as unaware of shit going on. You should check the foreign  news feeds around the world. You would find a completely different viewpoint from the global media which is not under American control. I saw a interview with Obama just yesterday on BBC that would show you a side of him you have not seen very much of. The sincere angry and determined president of this country. No fake statements of sugar coated crowd pleasing statements. Just one pissed of world leader trying to make a difference. A leader who is attacked not by the world at large like our previous president. But attacked by his own nations spin doctors. 
 
Unlike the past where our media was sugar coating the invasion of a ... sovereign  nation as if it was ok. Now our media is attacking the person trying to fix the damage.

Its complete obfuscation to say ": Pictures they didnt want us to show you. " They? who the fuck is they? The guy who's property you found the dead stuff on? Your landlady? That guy who sells hotdogs?
No we know they want you to come to the conclusion that its a cover up. Isnt it odd that there were no cover ups going on when our president and his family blew up the WTC? But now while our current president has 21 thousand people on sight working to fix the issue and just ordered the national guard fleet in as well with another 17 thousand specifically for cleanup and containment, he is reported as being clueless as to the urgency.
 
Seriously If you read this do yourself a favor and get your news from other global media sources not directly connected or controlled by our country.  Your primary source of news for the actions and activities of our governement should primarily come from 
Office of the press seceretary. 
That is where even our own headline news gets thier facts to start with. Then they twist and spin them into gross manipulations of the facts reported.


Rueturs Is a great place to start. They are British and Canadian owned and have been the main source of straight news for a very long time. Their articles are dry as toast. But that is a good thing. Speculations about issues are even happily labeled as, "speculation", not facts.

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